By Mandi Bierly
Updated November 30, 2010 at 05:05 PM EST

On tonight’s Glee, Kurt joins the Dalton Academy Warblers. In the latest preview clips, we see him charged with protecting Pavarotti, a canary that represents his voice in the club. Should we start a pool to see how long that bird lives? The Warblers don’t seem to grasp Kurt’s sense of humor, nor do they appear to appreciate his suggestions. (The “council” is in charge of song selection, so don’t expect to hear Duran Duran’s “Rio” at Sectionals — which would be awesome, though I’d sorta love to see them open with a theatrical rendition of “Wild Boys.”) That said, the Warblers do recognize Kurt’s efforts to acclimate, and to reward him, they invite him to audition for a solo. Judging from his face in the Blaine-led cover of “Hey Soul Sister,” they best give the boy one.

P.S. I’m guessing it’s not a coincidence that the camera is on Blaine when the words “absolutely dreamy” are spoken. From his smile, I choose to believe he’s a Duran Duran fan as well.

UPDATE: Fox has removed these clips, which it says were posted accidentally — tune in tonight to see the real thing!

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