The Winner Takes It All is an episode of Fusion, which featured a cameo of The Unitards at New York competing in Nationals against Fusion, Centre Stage, The Portland Scale Blazers and more. It was the finale episode of Season One, as well as nineteenth episode of Season One of Fusion. It was written by Purple-Glee-Project.
It featured characters from The Unitards. However, the characters June Harris and Spider Reed had to be removed from The Unitards, as they are a part of Centre Stage, a glee club used in the fan fiction Centre Stage, written by Theunitedstateofme. The character Sugar Motta also had to be written out of The Unitards as she is a part of Fusion's glee club.
For a better summary of this episode, visit The Winner Takes It All page on Fusion Wiki.
- Pound The Alarm by Nicki Minaj. Sung by Harmony, June, Lucas, Caleb, Johnny, Spider and Terri with Centre Stage, Fusion and The Unitards.
- Better Off Alone/Dirty Talk by Alice Deejay/Wynter Gordon. Sung by Singaz Wit Attitude.
- Apologize/Mine by Timbaland ft. One Republic/Taylor Swift. Sung by Teddy with Teenage Scream.
- Don't Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith. Sung by June with Centre Stage.
- Chasing The Sun by The Wanted. Sung by The Portland Scale Blazers.
- Domino by Jessie J. Sung by Harmony with The Unitards.
- I Was Here by Beyonce. Sung by Lucas.
- Defying Gravity from Wicked. Sung by Lucas and Johnny.
- I Dare You To Move by Switchfoot. Sung by Fusion.
- Fly/Skyscraper by Nicki Minaj & Rihanna/Demi Lovato. Sung by Fusion.
- Dark Side/What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger) by Kelly Clarkson/Kelly Clarkson. Sung by The Unitards, Fusion and Centre Stage.
- In My Life by The Beatles. Sung by Fusion.
- On The Unitards, Harmony with the Unitards sung Domino in A Win? at Sectionals.
- As Jason Hill and Shayne Wilson, a member of Fusion, both had Josh Hutcherson as their portrayer, it was made that they just looked extremely alike.
- Sugar Motta was written out of The Unitards as she is in Fusion.
- June Harris and Spider Reed were written out of The Unitards as they are both in Centre Stage.