It’s sexuality week on “The Glee Project”. How will the young contenders hold up under the pressure?
Last week Ryan decided not to send any of the bottom three contenders home. Will there be only one contender going home this week or will there be two after none last week?
In this week’s homework assignment the eleven contenders performed “I Wanna Sex You Up” by Color Me Bad. The guest judge for the week was the sexiest cast member on “Glee” – Naya Rivera who plays Santana. The winner of this week’s homework assignment was Charlie. Charlie will get a one on one mentoring session with Naya.
The music video this week was a mash-up of “Milkshake” and “Moves Like Jagger”. The set up for the scene was a sex education class. For the first time in show history video director Eric had to reign in one on the contenders – Charlie – and just said stop, we will do it this way. Nikki also had issues with Charlie in the recording booth – he was very unprofessional.
The first contender called back was Nellie; but due to his unprofessionalism Charlie again found himself in the bottom three. Michael had difficulties in the recording booth remembering the words and made his first trip to the bottom three, and Tyler ended up in the bottom three for the third time.
For their last chance performances…
Charlie performed “I Get a Kick Out of You” by Frank Sinatra
Michael performed “Lucky” by Jason Mraz
Tyler performed “Smile” by Charlie Chaplin
Charlie put on an entertaining theatrical performance but Michael again had issues with the lyrics and made up words of his own to cover those he had forgotten.
Before Robert Ulrich posted the call back list, co-creator Ryan Murphy said that he had some hard choices to make on who would not be called back.
The contender not called back was…
With Tyler’s elimination, “The Glee Project” lost its first and only transgender contestant.
Next week’s theme is adaptability.