Jemma Music Clips
You know, there's a big old corner over there, called Jemma love scenes on that SAT.1 site..and wow...aren't we busy with watching and translating!
But did you realize they have a corner dedicated to musicclips?T he musical performances during the show!
And they are choc full of Jemma! And up to date! I dare you not to swoon!
By the way, we put up a few sentences with the clips, to help your memory out a bit about when and where and why they're sung!
Auf der HAHE Seite findet Ihr viele, wirklich viele Musicclips mit den Auftritten der STAG.
Auf dieser Seite hier könnt Ihr mit Emma und bei Sweet Dreams leiden, in den Grübchen von Jenny bei Lovefool versinken und mit der STAG für mehr Toleranz flashmobben.
It's STAG's Goodbye to you.
I mean Jenny's parents of course.Damnit,get me those effing tissues already..*sniff*
Song for the summer festival? Yay, celebrations! Only that Jenny's parents just passed away and the fun is a bit twofold.
You never know whether to hate Sophie or feel sorry for her or laugh at her. It's a brilliant Sophie reprise of "Save me", summarizing the tragedy of one Ms.Sophie Klein.
In this, Emma is literally, chasing a car. The one Jenny is getting into to be carted off back to Ireland by her parents.On the wings of love and in some cool running shoes, Ms. Müller highfoots it through Be..I mean Cologne, only to land in a 360 hug with the love of her life. Best.Finish.Line.Ever.
Kasia doesn't just sing this song by Aimee Mann, she rules it. Jenny and Emma have just parted at the club in a disagreement, Jenny opted to stay behind to watch out for Sophie and cleanse herself of her Junkie past Karma, while Emma (inexplicably) returns to school,a little heartbroken, after having been turned down by Jenny and harrassed by Ronnie. Probably a mirror scene to if "If I were a Boy" while the song mirrors the "Save me From Myself" during the Ep 125 Smooch scene. See, we pay attention. :-)
Leather. Gaga. Born This way.Just 3 of the reasons, why some Lesbians love this show more than Glee.
Sadly, really, sadly, Luzi can't make it to the charity concert, so Jenny and Emma are sharing into the main part, with our favorite cheerleader for the gay, Bodo.
Epic. Did I mention the leather?
They are going to collect money for the refurbishments of a freight elevator, so Timo, now in a wheelchair, can continue to attend the Pestalozzi. Can't go wrong with Gaga!
Antidiscrimination day at Pestalozzi! So you imagined little booths and leaflets? Not with S.T.AG! They flashmob their school to give the other couples ample opportunity to be making eyes
at each other.And to think, of course.
Practicing for antidiscrimination day, S.T.AG is singing “Think” by Aretha Franklin and Emma has finally got her mojo back after the attack. And Caro has been taking some serious singing lessons.
You mustn't get distracted by Frank Peter's shoes, that way you'll get to enjoy yet another,rockier version of Sweet Dreams by S.T.AG. They love the song and so do we. Beyoncé who?
Eeek! Cuteness alarm! Jenny starts out singing Love Fool and she's singing it to Emma, who blushes. Very, very nice come back on the scene where Jenny sings this song all by herself and lonely in the kitchen. Oh, and Bodo betrays his Rockstar real life by strumming the electric guitar. Sorry, I'm still swooning and grinning. Eeek!
S.T.AG is practicing this song, just before Emma gets attacked. Great double message and great
S.T.AG is doing a spontaneous schoolyard performance.Much to Emma's chagrin whose mind has been set on finally coming out. Will our shy heroine manage to come out in front of the whole friggin school?
During S.T.AG rehearsal, Jenny and Emma, and a few uh, minor side characters sing this song. The choir room is full of butterflies, and if someone doesn't realize these two are sooo in love with each other, I'd recommend a pair of glasses and a strong cappuccino.
During S.T.AG rehearsal Jenny and Emma dance it out and Jenny wears a new tank top. Pink, cause it's still Jenny, and she loves P!nk. This scene is the official antidote to grumpiness.
So, what now, if I tell you, that Jenny and Emma get up on stage with Bodo while waiting for S.T.AG rehearsal to start, and totally wig out to this song? You'd raise your little rainbow flag high up into the sky and wave it like crazy? Well, then go ahead, while I get the cocktail umbrellas for my 4 in the mornig gay club routine. K?
On another note:This is THE gay anthem b/c of the AIDS epidemic in the 80's and 90's, just in case you were wondering. It's the anthem for its message of empowerment. And it's totally ok to love it like crazy. And I'm not justifying myself, or my love. Are they going to do Madonna next?
Two of their teachers were killed in the accident that befell S.T.AG. Traumatized and grieving, helpless in the face of death and tragedy, Emma gets up and leads the other girls in their farewell to the deceased
The gang, I mean S.T.AG, has been scouted by a music producer,while at their musical gig in Hamburg. This is the song they sing during a demo recording. Jenny and Emma are in love, but not out. No one would be able to tell either, by the looks they're giving each other.
The S.T.AG is rehearsing the song the did at the musical in Hamburg for a radio shwo they're supposed to da that afternoonIt's Jenny's first time as a member of S.T.AG, just after they got caught kissing by Bodo. She's Emma's biggest fan ever.
Emma has, in a rage to make Jenny understand her pain, kissed Luzi at Jenny's birthday party. Truly sorry, she tries to apologize to Jenny, who turns her down coldly. But Emma won't give up. Thinking of Jenny, she sings Drops of Jupiter into the night sky.
After having penned an epic and heartfeld loveletter for Jenny, Emma learns from an apologetic Jenny, that she had a one night stand with Ben, while the weo girls were at odds.
Jenny then goes on to declare her own love for Emma, but Emma is deeply wounded, while touched at the same time. At choir practice the same day, Emma's torn up heart is on her tongue.
During the school strike, the students hangout in the evening and sing this song. Emma and Jenny try desperately not to flirt while they're singing a Tracy Chapman song in the candlelight and sitting on the same couch. This scene happens right before Emma's teeth start rattling due to the cold, and she has a few ahem, words that she needs to say to Jenny, you know...
You go ahead, you kiss someone, you tell her, that you've fallen for her...hard. She runs away.
And then you have yourself some orange juice in the kitchen while singing along to this song.
A day in the life of Jenny Hartmann. Who really loves her orange juice,btw.
Jenny has come out to Emma about her feelings for her, but Emma cannot make up her mind and heart. Lovesick, Jenny takes to the lonely piano in the choir room.
Preparing for their gig at the musical “Sister Act in Hamburg”Emma suddenly lights up as a singer, as a smitten Jenny watches their practice. The girls love themselves some Janis Joplin.
After doing Emma and Hotte a favor, Emma was supposed to
prepare Jenny's report for their political science as a payback. However, she confused the topic with another, earning a shown up Jenny a failing grade. Jenny is furious with Emma, as she walks by the choir room,where
Emma is enjoying some alone time with her ipod, and this song.
Bea, the music teacher is feeling down.And the S.T.AG kids sing her this song. How that is an appropriate song to be singing to a teacher is beyond me, quite frankly. Well, except that S.T.AG is situated in “Mädchen in Uniform” country. Welcome :-)