‘The Glee Project’: Who a Final Contenders Could Play on ‘Glee’
Oxygen’s The Glee Project strike a median symbol Tuesday with 9 contestants remaining and 5 weeks left in their bid to win a seven-episode arc on Fox’s Glee.
Since co-creator Ryan Murphy is desirous by a personalities (and abilities) of any competitor in a impression a Glee writers eventually create, The Hollywood Reporter has some suggestions on who a remaining contenders could play on a Fox series. Oh, and we ranked them in sequence of who we consider is slightest to many expected to win, too.
9. Lily Mae
How she’s doing: Openly expressing how most she didn’t like a “Adaptability” thesis wasn’t a best thing she could have finished for herself this week. Her clarity of desert is usually second to a recently suspended Mario.
Who she’d play: Puck 2.0, an entitled fifth-year comparison still roaming a halls of McKinley and desperately perplexing to connoisseur who joins New Directions for a credits.
How he’s doing: We’ve found a good opening for Michael’s frustrations with his opening after Week 4′s studio disaster: indignant Alanis Morissette stone anthems!
Who he’d play: One of Finn’s new Army foot stay buddies who enlisted after violation adult with his girlfriend.
How she’s doing: Happily (you don’t say!) delivered a terrible duet with Abraham on Katy Perry’s “Friday Night,” it was her upbeat celebrity yet that eventually spared her.
Who she’d play: Sue Sylvester’s misfortune nightmare: someone who’s (annoyingly) always happy.
How he’s doing: He survived what was a misfortune opening on Season 2-to-date and Ryan Murphy still called him “riveting.”
Who he’d play: Mike’s new roommate during a Joffrey Ballet in Chicago.
How he’s doing: The man with celebrity for days doesn’t always consider things by yet he’s a biggest risk-taker on a uncover — yet that hasn’t always worked out well.
Who he’d play: Brittany’s after-school mentor with a vanquish on his new gift case.
How he’s doing: Really got into impression and rose to a arise — and remembered to smile! — conflicting a powerhouse voice like Nellie’s. Holding belligerent during a stirring duet with her changed him to a tip of a differently tasteless boys.
Who he’d play: The newest member of Glee‘s The Justin Bieber Experience.
How she’s doing: Flirty and thriving, she won this week’s “Adaptability” assignment — a toughest plea of all dual seasons of The Glee Project.
Who she’d play: An determined thespian Mercedes meets in L.A.
How she’s doing: Still going clever and even when she botched a difference to Morissette’s “You Oughta Know,” sang right by it but blank a note. Very smart.
Who she’d play: Shy new youth year send tyro during McKinley that Artie takes underneath his wing.
How she’s doing: Her opening with Blake on Foreigner’s “Waiting for a Girl Like You” was Glee worthy. After only 5 weeks in a competition.
Who she’d play: A New York lesbian that Santana meets around city after she moves to a East Coast.
Who’s your front-runner? Hit a comments with your thoughts. The Glee Project airs Tuesdays during 10 p.m. on Oxygen.
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