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By Kiran Hefa
Posted on October 18, 2010 at 4:00pm EDT
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Lea Michele does her best Susan Sarandon impression as good girl Janet Weiss, the play's prim and proper heroine who stumbles upon the Annual Transylvanian Convention with her fiancé.
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Cory Monteith gets quizzical in the role of shy guy Brad Majors, Janet's fiancé, and an unsuspecting visitor to the Annual Transylvanian Convention.
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Chord Overstreet takes on the play's titular character, Rocky Horror, a Frankenstein-like creation built by Dr. Frank-N-Furter.
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Talk about a tress-formation! Chris Colfer gets into character as Riff Raff, a handyman and one of Dr. Frank's servants.
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Naya Rivera goes from conniving cheerleader to meddlesome Transylvanian Magenta, Riff Raff's sister, and another of Dr. Frank's minions.
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Harry Shum Jr. lands the part of Eddie, an ex-delivery boy and unwilling brain donor to Rocky Horror.
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After showing off her moves as Britney Spears, Heather Morris puts on her dancing shoes yet again to play tap-dancing groupie Columbia.
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Also playing the role is Dianna Agron, who sports her own sparkly miniature top-hat and ruffled tuxedo shirt to play Columbia.
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Joining Agron and Morris as the sultry groupie – and former lover of Eddie – is Jenna Ushkowitz, who gets color-coordinated in shades of purple for her performance.
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Taking over where Shum Jr. began, John Stamos makes his return to Glee with an appearance as Eddie.