The finale of Season 2 of 'The Glee Project' aired tonight (Aug. 14), with Blake, who PopCrush repeatedly predicted would win, being crowned the winner, earning a seven-episode arc on the show and a recording contract with the ability to tour. There was no cheating this year, with all of the finalists getting roles. Only Blake won and well, he deserved it.
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On tonight's (Aug. 7) penultimate episode of 'The Glee Project,' the final five were asked to show their "actability." Since 'Glee' is not just about singing and dancing, but about acting, this episode was a challenge. Sadly, with the finale slated for next week, both Michael and Lily were sent home, leaving Blake, Ali and Aylin to compete in the finals. They are the strongest contenders, so it makes sense.
Dianna Agron, aka Quinn Fabray on 'Glee,' was the guest mentor on the penultimate episode of 'The Glee Project,' with only five hopefuls remaining. The episode's theme was "actability," since 'Glee' is about singing, dancing and acting, with acting being the most important skill and talent.
On tonight's (July 31) episode of 'The Glee Project,' the remaining six contestants were asked to demonstrate "romanticality." It's down to the final six with only three more weeks left, and the hopefuls needed to be able to enact believable romantic relationships, since 'Glee' proper is known for its iconic, blockbuster pairings. It was a tough decision, but Shanna was sent home since there was an abundance of females remaining.
Darren Criss, the resident heartthrob from 'Glee,' guest mentored on tonight's (July 31) episode of 'The Glee Project.' The theme of the ep was "romanticality," and with Criss serving as one-half of the show's gay supercouple, playing Blaine to Chris Colfer's Kurt (aka "Klaine") he was the perfect person to bring a little love to the spinoff show. He was able to impart some nuggets of wisdom to the remaining hopefuls.
On tonight's episode of 'The Glee Project,' the contestants needed to demonstrate tenacity and survival skills. They already showed glimpses of both, since tenaciousness and survivor instincts are necessary to pursue a career in show business. It was the end of the road for Abraham, who wasn't tenacious enough, unfortunately.
'Glee' diva Amber Riley (aka Mercedes) was the guest mentor on this week's (July 24) episode of 'The Glee Project.' Since Riley has personal experience with Destiny's Child's uplifting, hell-yeah, high-fiver 'Survivor,' having sung it on the show, it was the perfect song for her to judge as the homework assignment.
Grant Gustin played the devilish Warbler Sebastian last season on 'Glee,' setting his sights on Darren Criss' Blaine. He served as the guest mentor on tonight's (July 17) episode of 'The Glee Project,' which centered on theatricality, telling the hopefuls that the key to the concept is to sell it without overselling it.