The Glee Project: Duets, Change-Ups, and a Surprising Elimination
Homework Assignment: “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette
In gripping with a theme, a kids don’t get to select their possess tools and are incidentally giving tools to sing instead. Lily is NOT OK with giving adult control of a situation. Too bad, since it’s happening. One some-more warn twist: they’re all singing a strain as a solo, not a group.
Special guest star Kevin McHale (ARTIE!) chooses Aylin as a winner, and we’re off to a video shoot…
Music Video: “Pricetag” by Jessie J
Vocals: The organisation doesn’t know what a strain of a week is until they get to a outspoken booth. Even yet many have never listened “Pricetag” before, they all (for a many part) do surprisingly well. Funny how good we can be when we can’t over-think. Strugglers: Abraham with pitch, exhale control, timing, we name it; Ali with being over-the-top, as per usual.
Video Shoot: The judgment is abounding kids vs. pennyless kids–though all a abounding kids eventually join a pennyless ones. Charlie decides he’s going to stay in impression all day and even comes adult with a persona, “Scott Campbell.” we consider it’s funny, though a mentors aren’t as impressed. He apparently struggles with wise into a group, according to them. Mario’s behaving is lackluster, though he thinks he’s doing awesome. Blake struggles with picking adult choreography on-the-spot. Nellie has problems station out, too.
The Bottom Three
The final warn turn of a week is this: there’s no bottom three! There’s a bottom six! And they’re singing duets! Ok, can we please get behind to a unchanging format subsequent week? Thanks.
Ali Abraham–”Last Friday Night” by Katy Perry: Ryan review Ali’s opening to a “little humorous Dolly Parton,” that is a best enrich I’ve ever heard. She totally outshines Abraham, though altogether a series was charming.
Mario Charlie–”Don’t Let a Sun Go Down on Me” by Elton John and George Michael: The dual boundary heads while practicing, though they don’t move it to a theatre when they perform. Ryan unequivocally favourite it, though didn’t offer most feedback other than that.
Nellie Blake–”Waiting for a Girl/Boy Like You” by Foreigner: They both did a good job, though Ryan says they need to be some-more assertive about wanting to win and mount out.
In a end, Mario is sent packing.
Do we determine with a judges pick? Who would we have sent home, and who would we have called back? Even some-more important, who should win!?