A Definitive Ranking Of The 'Lucifer' Musical Numbers

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A Definitive Ranking Of The 'Lucifer' Musical Numbers

Lucifer fans have been building up to a musical episode for four and a half seasons, and Season 5B finally delivered with "Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam." Turns out, all it took to get everybody singing was a little Godly power. But divine intervention doesn't exactly mean that every performance is worthy. To dissect it all, I've ranked all the Lucifer musical numbers from best to worst.

Now, it should be noted that, as with any musical, "Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam" included some standouts, some let downs, and a few head-scratchers. But, as a whole, the hour will definitely go down in history as one of the most fun Lucifer episodes of all time. That said, let's get into it.

"Another One Bites The Dust" — Performed by Lucifer, Chloe (Lauren German), Dan (Kevin Alejandro), & Ella (Aimee Garcia)

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One of only a few group performances, "Another One Bites The Dust" is definitely a highlight. Not only does it immediately take the energy up, it fully places us in the musical space. It's got everything you want from a musical number: elaborate choreography, a whole troupe of dancers, elaborate pageantry, and — bonus — a dead body rising from the dead for a quick dance break.

Grade: A+

"Hell" — Performed by Dan

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If you didn't love Dan's goofy ways before the musical episode, you will after this number. Kevin Alejandro definitely threw himself into this musical episode full throttle, and it shows. His commitment to going big with this number, which reflects how terrified he is of going to hell now that he's learned he accidentally slept with God's wife, is perfection.

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