‘The Glee Project’ Recap: ‘Adaptability’ Claims A Victim
Plus, Kevin McHale creates a ‘Glee Project’ lapse with this week’s thesis of adaptability!
Adapting to change is not always easy, as displayed in a Jul 3 part of The Glee Project, where a final 10 contestants struggled to overcome challenges, and one was sent packing! So that of this season’s contestants only couldn’t adapt?
This week’s part was jam-packed with changes, commencement with Charlie and Aylin determining to only be friends and work on “kicking any others asses.” (Charlie’s words, not mine.)
Robert Ulrich, Glee/The Glee Project casting director, handed out this week’s task assignment, “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette, with a twist! Lines would be handed out randomly, so no line dark from Mario!
Kevin McHale done a jubilant lapse to a existence strike and threw a second curveball of a night — any competitor would be singing a task assignment as a solo! Of course, modifying threw all 10 opening together as nonetheless it were a organisation bid anyway, so where’s a fad in that? Aylin won a task assignment and got some one on one time with Kevin.
The third turn of a night came when a contestants were not told any information about a large organisation series until they sat in a recording studio with outspoken writer Nikki Anders! The strain is suggested as Jessie J’s “Price Tag.” And there’s a possibility they kept a strain dark for good reason. “Now we know a pretension of a song” is Blake’s reaction. Shanna doesn’t know it during all. Huh? Does she not listen to a radio?
During a video shoot, Charlie creates a preference to stay in impression — the whole time — as “Scott Campbell, a terrible tellurian being,” and ends adult giving off nonetheless another terrible vibe.
Mario receives constructive critique on his acting, or miss thereof, by video executive Erik White. And surprise, surprise, Mario is dumbfounded by this critique!
The final turn of a part came when a bottom 3 became a bottom six! These bottom 6 were interconnected adult to do duets instead of solo final possibility performances and Ryan Murphy, Glee/The Glee Project co-creator, picked a bottom 3 from there.
The Bottom Six
Ali and Abraham – Katy Perry “Last Friday Night”
This was squeaky, irritable, and positively became ungainly when Abraham started to take his garments off. Ryan might adore Ali’s humor, though her voice reminds me of Alvin, Simon, and Theodore — or all 3 crushed together!
Mario and Charlie – Elton John and George Michael “Don’t Let a Sun Go Down on Me”
How ungainly was this duet? The boys started signing with their backs incited to one another, and finished a strain embracing one another — with Mario’s conduct nestled on Charlie’s bosom.
Blake and Nellie – Foreigner “Waiting for a Girl Like You”
Perfect, flawless, and entertaining! If Blake doesn’t win a whole competition, I’d be shocked!
The Bottom Three: Abraham, Charlie, and Mario.
Not Called Back: Mario
What do we think, HollywoodLifers? Did a right competitor go home?