‘The Glee Project’: Did Ryan Murphy get it wrong with Charlie?
“The Glee Project” aired a all-new “Fearlessness” part on Tuesday, Jul 10th. Casting Director Robert Ulrich introduced a guest mentor, “Glee” star Jane Lynch (Sue Sylvester), as “the many intrepid chairman on ‘Glee’.”
Lynch eventually picked Lily as a task assignment leader and she warranted a underline mark in a video glow that was a vanquish adult of “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” and “One Way or Another.”
Here’s a thing: The contenders had to be really tough to continue removing slammed by slushies while wearing swimsuits. Lily was a star of a uncover and Ali was maybe a toughest of all of them–as she has a earthy greeting to physique heat shifts. She had a severe time throwing her exhale after removing pummeled by a slushies, though finished adult entrance by it like a loyal champ.
Overall, Michael, Nellie and Charlie all struggled with a same issues they had been called out on before. And, Aylin seemed to giggle in inapt situations. Ultimately, Charlie, Nellie and Aylin did final possibility performances for Ryan, that resulted in Charlie’s elimination.
But, did Ryan Murphy get it wrong promulgation Charlie home? More importantly, did Robert Ulrich, Zach Woodlee and Nikki Anders get it wrong putting Charlie in a line of glow again instead of Michael?
As formerly reported, Ryan Murphy was immediately intrigued with Charlie. And, his final possibility performances have all dazzled Murphy and company. It’s tough to repudiate that Charlie has an glorious voice, a lot of glamour and a rather captivating star power. He stands out in a videos – and as a performer in general.
On a other hand, Michael and Nellie are both admittedly full of insecurities (that they speak openly about in their video clips). Michael has lost difference and been off representation in a recording counter and can’t seem to stop overthinking things.
Nellie is an implausible thespian who lacks behaving confidence. Plus, Nellie has regularly been told she needs to mount out some-more in a group.
Charlie’s vanquish on Aylin could simply be deemed unsuited (especially when Ryan Murphy directly tells him it is). And, he has attempted to call a shots some-more than once on a video shoots. However, there is something to be pronounced about holding risks and holding charge.
Charlie seemed gratified with himself, notwithstanding all a pressure. In a Jul 11th interview with “Entertainment Weekly” he said, “The vigour took a fee on all of us…. And not usually that, though when we leave work there are cameras following we and you’re evaluated for how we hoop yourself in a remoteness of your possess home….I have no regrets about anything we pronounced or did there, it was a smashing experience.”
In a end, Charlie’s inability to request a constructive critique he was given many expected did him in. This foe is, after all, a pursuit talk and a leader not usually has to infer that they can act and sing, though also denote that they can work good with others and be a group player.
Of a remaining contenders, Ryan Murphy might have paid Aylin a biggest enrich of all when he called her a “game changer.”
This season’s stand of “Glee Project” talent is unequivocally clever so it’s tough to brace a transparent cut winner. And, a powers that be have stressed that usually one chairman will take home a tip prize. Only time will tell who will win this season’s “Glee Project” and a desired purpose on “Glee.”
What do we think? Was it time for Charlie to go home? I’d adore to review your comments below!
“The Glee Project” front in a Flint on Tuesdays during 10 PM EST on Oxygen. Click here for a Flint area channel guide.