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Description: Hopelessly Devoted to You from Grease is featured in The Role You Were Born to Play, the fifth...
Hopelessly Devoted to You from Grease is featured in The Role You Were Born to Play, the fifth episode of Season Four. It is sung by Blaine Anderson as his audition song for the school musical of Grease.
Blaine begins to sing it right after a conversation with Sam about his recent break-up with Kurt. He walks through the hallway, singing with a sad expression. The scene turns as Blaine is seen sitting by himself in the choir room, looking at a scrapbook full of pictures of himself and Kurt and the memories they made together. He sings on the football bleachers as he watches football players hold hands with cheerleaders, as they have got love that he hasn't. Blaine finally completes his performance in the auditorium, where he sings with a microphone stand.
He sings the song as his audition song in front of Artie and Finn. despite saying to Sam that he isn't fit for the musical, particularly Grease. His finish is full of emotion and heartache as the song expresses his feelings for Kurt. Artie and Finn agree that he would be a good Danny Zuko, but Blaine emotionally says he can't play any of the romantic scenes because he is still emotional over his recent break-up with Kurt.