The Wanted And Kelly Clarkson Covered In New Glee Episode Next Week

16 February 2012, 16:10

The 'Lightning' singers' first US single will be covered by the cast of Glee in the next new episode of the musical series.

The Wanted's 'Glad You Came' will feature in the next episode of Glee in the US, it has been confirmed.

The 'Warzone' singers released the track as their first US single earlier this year, and announced at the start of February that the cast of the popular musical series would cover the song in an upcoming episode.

Along with Kelly Clarkson's 'What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)' and R Kelly's 'I Believe I Can Fly', 'Glad You Came' will feature in the Glee episode On My Way, which is due to air on FOX on 21st February.

The five-piece band recently returned from their first tour across the US, and kicked off their UK tour 'The Code' in Nottingham last night at the Capital FM arena. (15th February).

The Wanted are expected to continue their UK tour with a performance at the Manchester Arena tomorrow (17th February).

Watch a promo trailer for the new Glee episode 'On My Way' below:

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