‘Glee Project’ recap: Cry Hard: With A Vengeance
One of my early favorites, Dani, went home final week for being too reserved/well-adjusted. But a contestants already seem over it as Robert Ulrich comes into a room to give them this week’s assignment. The thesis is “vulnerability.” When Robert announces this, a contestants jump to their feet, entertaining and clapping. This creates positively no sense. The usually one who is responding with a suitable distrust and terror is Michael, and he will certainly be separated for it in good time.
The task this week is Kelly Clarkson’s “My Life Would Suck Without U.” Charlie isn’t anxious since he wants to Act, and how can he demonstrate a Drama of Emotions in one of eleven lines in a dance hit? Robert tells them to puncture deep, since this week’s guest “could write a book on vulnerability.”
“Oh my god, Chris Colfer wrote a book!” Abraham squeals, forgetful that this isn’t America’s Next Top Model and Robert didn’t usually broach a mysterious Tyra Mail. We know from a previews that a guest is Cory Monteith who knows a thing or dual some-more about squinting than he does about vulnerability.
Aylin’s devise is to keep doing what she’s been doing, though there are usually so many authorised group to lick in this foe so she’ll need to re-strategize soon. Mario’s devise is to keep being a jerk about a task assignments, that he gets in Braille. What a jerk with his special embossed lyrics sheet. Aylin and Lily quarrel over a line, and everybody continues to use a word “rubbing me a wrong way.”