The Glee Project Season 2: Episode 3 Recap
by Gina Scarpa
Break out a tissues since this week’s thesis on The Glee Project is Vulnerability. Robert shows adult during a dorm to broach a task challenge, “My Life Would Suck Without U” by Kelly Clarkson. As usual, there are fights over solos and as usual, Mario is partial of a argument. He fights over lines with Mario, as do Lily and Aylin. Like, it’s literally 6 words. Is it THAT important?
This week’s coach is nothing other than Finn Hudson himself, Cory Monteith, who Robert refers to as a many permitted actor on a show. After a performance, Cory forked out people like Abraham, Allie, and Lily who need to tinge it down a bit and be some-more believable. Though Shanna was my favorite, he chooses Nellie as a leader and even she’s surprised!
REM’s “Everybody Hurts” is a strain for this week’s video fire (it didn’t seem like many of them were informed with it), and a judgment is teen bullying. Erik heads to a dorm to have a heart to heart about bullying and that’s afterwards a tears start a-flowin’. Tyler has always felt like he didn’t belong, Shanna was done fun of since her mom had a drug addiction, Alexander was teased for being feminine, Blake didn’t step in when he saw a child being bullied during school, and Lily was a brag (and substantially still is). Her story, in particular, seems a small feign though a others take it during face value.
In a studio, Nikki points out that Mario keeps singing prosaic though he feels he always delivers when it’s time to record. Aylin unequivocally stood out as we’ve never listened her sound so supportive and serious. It was really good to see.
At a video shoot, Lily throws opinion since she says she can’t concentrate, while Blake is really convincing in his purpose as a brag causing Robert to hold him a best actor in a group. Charlie takes improving too far, ripping a shaft out of Mario’s palm when he wasn’t destined to, and Alexander gives a clever opening in his losing conflict with a organisation of bullies.
After observation a video, a mentors feel that Blake is a best and call him behind for subsequent week. Abraham, Michael, Shannon, Aylin, and Tyler are also called back, and Allie and Nellie narrowly shun a bottom three. That leaves Lily (again), Charlie, and Mario to conflict it out in sequence to be saved by Ryan.
Lily sings “Mercy” by Duffy, a strain that she didn’t know that well, though she gives her common smart-alecky performance. She breaks down when articulate to Ryan, observant there’s a lot some-more she can do than sass. Then because haven’t we seen it?!
Charlie sounds good on his delivery of “Fix You” by Coldplay and Ryan is anxious that this isn’t a karaoke show. When asked because he didn’t follow directions, he says he’s not used to tv though I’m not certain what that has to do with anything.
Mario gave a pleasing opening of “Over The Rainbow” and didn’t onslaught with his representation here. When Nikki tells him that it’s fine that he has off moments, he breaks down and says he’s really sensitive. Man, there’s a lot of excuses tonight.
At a finish of it all, a mentors confirm to keep everybody so a organisation will pierce on subsequent week and try sexuality. That should be interesting!
The Glee Project front Tuesdays during 10/9c on Oxygen.
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