Glee's Greatest Performance: Day 6 Pits 'Virgin' Vs. 'Get You Alone,' 'Safety Dance' Vs. 'Joey'

Things are getting a little steamy on Day 6 of TVLine.com’s Glee All-Time Best Musical Number Bracket Tournament.

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Today’s featured performances include such randy classics as “When I Get You Alone,” “Like a Virgin,” “Touch-a, Toucha-, Touch-a, Touch Me,” and “The Safety Dance.” (Okay, three out of four’s not bad, right?) No matter the case, our eight days of Round 1, single-elimination showdowns will narrow the field from 64 musical numbers down to a lean, mean 32.

No, Gleeks, it won’t be easy whittling away the field to settle the debate over which song-and-dance interlude ranks at No. 1 in the two-season history of Fox’s smash high-school dramedy, but that is the task with which you’ve been burdened!

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In fact, every day around 4:00 p.m. ET over the next few weeks, we’ll launch a new set of bouts that will have you mentally humming your favorite Glee moments and anxiously wondering how in the heck you’re gonna decide between ’em. So make sure the right choice is made by heading down to our polls to vote for your favorites (Round 1 voting will be open for 72 hours), and hit the comments to justify your picks.

And if you’re interested in the matchups we’ve got planned for the coming weeks, click here to check out the entire 64-player bracket (then click again for a zoomed-in view), and sign up to follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV.