The Glee Project Review: Everybody Hurts
Tears abounded tonight on The Glee Project as a contestants tackled their hardest plea yet” vulnerability. The hopefuls were being tasked with drumming into their emotions to uncover Ryan and Co. that they have what it takes to yank during a hearts week after week.
While several of them rose to a occasion, a few of them fell prosaic and gave forgettable performances…
When Robert announces that this is disadvantage week, a contestants conflict like they’ve usually won a lottery. Charlie nails it when he says that their Homework Assignment strain – “My Life Would Suck Without You” – doesn’t unequivocally lend itself to being vulnerable.
Lily and Aylin have a moving impulse when they both wish a same partial in a song. Having been in a bottom 3 many recently, Lily’s feeling additional competitive.
Cory Monteith, a one and usually Finn Hudson, shows adult to be guest coach this week. This is a many weird strain choice for disadvantage and Lily somehow creates herself demeanour like she’s going to cry on a final note of a song. That is, after she sexes adult a strain by pulling her hair during her solo part. Abraham and Ali remove points for pulling too tough with a tension of a strain while Shanna and Nellie accept regard for doing things usually right.
Nellie wins a Homework Assignment.
Their large organisation series will be R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts,” a strain that many unequivocally lends itself to a thesis of vulnerability. Erik’s selected bullying as a executive thought for this week’s strain video. They’ve been bullied and they’ve been bullies. Erik’s discuss with a organisation ends adult as one, big, healing cry fest.
In a mentoring session, Nellie and Cory speak about how to daub into emotions for romantic scenes. He thinks of unhappy times with his family, like his parents’ divorce. She thinks of her sister’s death. She wins, Cory.
Ali and Mario onslaught in a studio with Nikki. Aylin rocks it.
The video fire is intense. Blake‘s a frightful bully. Charlie goes off a books and steals Mario‘s cane. Shanna cries genuine tears. And afterwards Lily physically assaults Aylin and they cuddle it out.
The video is unequivocally good. Definitely a best so far.
Blake gets called behind first. Abraham, Michael, Shanna, Aylin, and Tyler join him. Tyler’s removing a mangle from a bottom 3 this week.
Nellie needs to dedicate some-more and says that her biggest fear is feeling like she’s done a dope of herself. Lily‘s not a good lip-syncer. Charlie got bloody for his cane-stealing and Ali‘s too proud and happy all a time. Mario is consistently off-pitch and Nikki suggests he retrain his outspoken muscles. He says “that would advise I’m not ready.”
Nikki replies “Not one of we is ready.”
Charlie and Mario are behaving for Ryan. Nellie and Ali are on a call behind list. Lily‘s singing a third Last Call number.
Lily‘s adult initial singing Duffy’s “Mercy.” She does a good pursuit with a strain and Ryan compliments her and says that Glee is a uncover about underdogs and she’s not an underdog. And afterwards in a suggestion of vulnerability, she bursts into tears and blubbers about ballads and her heart on a stage.
Charlie sings a many jacked adult delivery of Coldplay’s “Fix You” that I’ve ever heard. (With a strain like that, DON’T CHANGE IT. JUST DON’T.) Ryan claps and says Charlie desirous him and that was his favorite thing he’s ever seen on a show. Charlie’s always prone to go for a dauntless choice and Ryan cautions that this might not be a best proceed for a radio actor.
Mario performs final and sings “Over The Rainbow.” It seemed good, maybe good even. Ryan tells him that he can’t get defensive when he’s in a studio or when he’s given a note or direction. And afterwards Mario blubbers, too.
Ryan, Zach, Robert, and Nikki have a tough choice, yet formed on a review function behind in a house, we know who I’d send home. Mario throws everybody underneath a train and says that what he wanted to contend to Nikki was that he listened some-more voices than usually his off-pitch and he still doesn’t know because he was in a bottom three.
Ryan’s done his decision, so Robert posts a list and one by one Charlie, Mario, and Lily check a list.
Charlie is safe. Lily is safe. Mario is safe.
No one’s going home this week, and really, promulgation them home after seeking them to unclothed their souls is kind of mean. Even yet we consider Mario substantially isn’t prolonged for this competition if he keeps adult with that opinion of his, it’s fine by me that no one went home tonight.
Who would we have sent home? Or did a producers make a right call in gripping everybody around for another week?
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