Thank the heavens she’s not alive to hear that mess.
how will i know
They were known as the Divas.
Sure, they caused a hell of a lot of controversy—the Hispanic, the Negro, the Jew, the Queer. But everyone would zip their traps the moment the Divas came on the radio.
There was Santana with her sultry husk.
Mercedes with her powerful belt.
Rachel with her sheer emotional sound.
And Kurt with his clear angelic lilt.
Together, the four teenagers ruled the airwaves of 1940s America, taking the country by storm.
Then the 50s hit.
Rachel left to become the famous Rachel Berry on Broadway.
Santana Lopez and Mercedes Jones formed another group, the Troubletones, with Santana’s best friend and roommate, Brittany Pierce.
Kurt Hummel went into fashion, though dearly missed his late night sets. He worked as a tailor for an up and coming a capella group, because they reminded him so much of the Divas and what they once had.
They were later known as the Warblers.
The lead singer went on to become the famous 50s crooner and heartthrob, Blaine Anderson. He encouraged Kurt to rekindle his old singing career and together, the two sold out concert halls across America, as well as overseas.
The pair gladly retired early to the south of France when the late 60s rolled around and rock n roll started to spark.
Rachel was still going strong on Broadway at the time when she met Finn Hudson, drummer of the rock band Puckasaurus. They went through an on again off again relationship until their marriage in 1976.
The Troubletones stopped preforming in the early 70s when Mercedes met solo performer Sam Evans and fell in love, their small quiet marriage a year later in 1973.
Santana went into law later on in the late 70s, while Brittany and her old dance partner, Mike Chang, opened a dance studio together.
In 1998, the Divas reunited for a 50th anniversary concert of their #1 hit, “How Will I Know”. They sold out Madison Square Garden as they sang the songs of their youth, aged hands clasped together as they marveled over their sustained friendship.
dancing involving amber, hemo, and naya…
TROUBLE FUCKIN TONES!!!!!!!!!!!!
shit is about to get:
After Ellen (via morrisoutswagsyou)
Dave is white and male; ergo, his pain »» Santana’s. Hello, intersectionality.
White boy’s tears »»»> Everything.
I love Dave but this will forever piss me off. Santana deserved it! what the actual fuck. she could have contemplated suicide she’s waiting for her grandmother love her again ugh fuck you glee.
Well women are weak. Santana was misguided and Finn was just helping her. I don’t know where any WOC would be if they didn’t have a straight white man telling them what they should and should not do about their sexuality ( or other personal things like abortion ). It was a decision she was struggling with and trying to come to terms with. As a straight white male, Finn knew it was his duty to force her to make that decision. Men on the other hand can make these decisions on their own time because they aren’t emotionally unstable or weak. It’s so obvious guys.
( via hopefulsuicide )
MERCEDES ASEFJAOSIEJFPAOIEJFP <3
One of the few characters who actually developed despite RIB’s best efforts.