[Warning: This story reveals the winner of the second season of The Glee Project. Read at your own risk.]
After four contenders were essentially crowned the winner of the first season, The Glee Project stayed true to its word by only choosing one winner this season. So, did Muslim-American Aylin come out on top? Or was it the bubbly Ali? How about the only man left standing, Blake? Before we find out who won the seven-episode guest-starring role on Glee, let's take a look at how the final three got to the end:read more
This Tuesday marks the season finale of The Glee Project (10/9c on Oxygen), which means Aylin, Ali and Blake will not only have to bring it for Ryan Murphy and the rest of the judges, but also for final Glee Project mentor, Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer. Luckily, Glee casting director Robert Ulrich has called in some reinforcements.
"To really make sure you have a killer finale homework performance, I've arranged for you to work with some amazing backup vocalists," he tells the final three before the eliminated Season 2 contestants -- including Aylin's former real-life love interest, Charlie -- come strolling through. And Aylin and Charlie don't waste any time giving each other a proper hello.read more
The Glee Project's Aylin and Charlie are cooling things off to focus on the competition.
"Charlie and I have set some ground rules," Aylin says in the clip below. "No kissing, no cuddling, keep the flirting to a minimum."
Surprisingly, Charlie couldn't be happier about the new arrangement. "It means we've taken all this energy that we used to put into things like snuggling and thrown that into kicking each other's asses each week. And it's making both of us better," he says.read more