Behind the Choreography and Costumes of "Glee" (Video)

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How does the cast of the hit Fox series "Glee" always look so good? Dancing in the rain—with umbrellas in hand—and recreating the looks of pop diva Britney Spears can be credited to choreographer Zach Woodlee and costume designer Lou Eyrich, respectively.

Woodlee discusses his visions and concepts for the choreography performed at McKinley High. Here, he offers a glimpse into the rehearsals of big song-and-dance numbers such as "Make 'Em Laugh," where he teaches Matthew Morrison, who plays Will Schuester, and Harry Shum, who plays Mike Chang, to do running back flips off of the wall.

Eyrich talks about designs for numbers such as the "Singing in the Rain"/"Umbrella" mash-up, where she gives the boys a 40s look in the style of the Broadway musical by the same name and dresses the girls in shiny trench coats in the style of Rihanna. Eyrich also offers a look into the upcoming prom episode.

To check out the behind-the-scenes action, look below:

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