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'Glee' 4.02 Clip: Rachel Set Aside for Tango Dance

September 17, 2012, 2:34 am GMT

Miss Berry can't find a partner to practice the tango, and Cassandra July says the Ohio girl doesn't 'have enough sex appeal' to pull the number.



Rachel Berry gets no love from her teacher and her classmates in a new clip for the next episode of "Glee". When Cassandra July tells her class to pair up for a tango dance, no one wants to partner the former New Directions member. Instead of giving a solution, the dance teacher tells the freshman that she doesn't have enough sex appeal for the tango and sends her to the corner.

This may prompt Rachel to perform a seductive number to "Oops! ... I Did It Again" with the help of her new friend Brody Weston as seen in a previously-released preview. The said snippet also shows that Kurt will reunite with Rachel in New York, talking about her mean dance teacher.

"Britney 2.0" will air Thursday, September 20 at 9 P.M. on FOX. In the episode, Brittany is in a funk and turns to her icon Britney Spears' music for inspiration. The show's cast will cover Britney's songs "Hold It Against Me", "Gimme More" and "Boys" among others.



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