Finchel's best 'Glee' duet: 'Don't Stop Believin'' or 'We've Got Tonite'?
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Finchel's best 'Glee' duet: 'Don't Stop Believin'' or 'We've Got Tonite'?

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Rachel Berry (played by Lea Michele) and Finn Hudson (portrayed by the late Cory Monteith) were not only the "it couple" from FOX's "Glee," but the show's greatest duet duo. Cory would've been 36 years old on May 11. Gleeks still mourn Cory's death, but as half of Finchel, his legacy lives on. Finchel's first duet was Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'," in the pilot episode. But many Gleeks are more attached to Finchel's final duet, "We've Got Tonite," which aired right before Cory's untimely death. Which duet is Finchel's most iconic? 🎤

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"Don't Stop Believin'" became an inspirational anthem for the New Directions on "Glee." And it all started with Finchel and the other original members of the glee club—Mercedes, Kurt, Tina, and Artie. The song would be performed twice more on the show, and is considered one of the more memorable moments on "Glee."

Check out Finchel's first duet performance below.

No one was expecting a cover of Bob Seger's "We've Got Tonite" to be the final duet between Rachel and Finn. Though Finchel didn't end up together due to Cory Monteith's sudden death, the relationship ended on a beautiful note. Finchel were supposed to be soulmates. "We've Got Tonite" is now a symbol of their true, but tragic love. They didn't have eternity, but they had that night.

Watch Finchel's final duet performance below.

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