Did Neil Patrick Harris actually sing Dream on?

Neil Patrick Harris’ much anticipated guest appearance on Glee Tuesday did not disappoint, as the Broadway vet killed in a duet of Aerosmith’s “Dream On.” Encore, encore!

Was Neil Patrick Harris ever on Glee?

Guest star Neil Patrick Harris stole the show on Tuesday night’s Glee, making his McKinley High debut as former glee club standout Bryan Ryan, and rival to Will Schuester.

Who played Russell in glee?

Russell Fabray is the father of Quinn Fabray. He was married to Judy Fabray, with whom he has two daughters. He is kicked out of the house by Judy because he had an affair with a “tattooed freak.” He is portrayed by Gregg Henry.

Who sang the high note in Glee dream on?

Just what will NPH be belting out in the episode? None other than Aerosmith’s epic rock anthem “Dream On”! “That’s me hittin’ the high note at the end,” he confirmed. But, Neil won’t just be singing in the ep, he’ll be starting some trouble, including a little romance with Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch)!

What episode of Glee is I Dreamed a Dream?

“Dream On” is the nineteenth episode of the American television series Glee….Dream On (Glee)

“Dream On”
Episode no. Season 1 Episode 19
Directed by Joss Whedon
Written by Brad Falchuk

Why is it called Dream on Glee?

The episode title is a reference to Aerosmith’s song “Dream On”, also performed during the episode. The episode features cover versions of seven songs, four of which were released as singles, available for digital download, and three of which are included on the soundtrack album Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers.

Who sings Dream On in’Glee’?

Coincidentally, both the songs Home, sung in that episode, and Dream On, which is sung in this episode, are sung by Will’s old glee club friends. The sophomore singer played by actress Molly McCook, is friends with Lindsay Pearce because they did Spring Awakening in LA together.

What is the rating of I Dreamed a dream on Netflix?

“I Dreamed a Dream” charted at number 36 on the Irish Singles Chart. In its original broadcast, “Dream On” was watched by 11.59 million American viewers and attained a 4.8/12 rating/share in the 18–49 demographic.