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Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods Episode: "And Then There Were Ten"

Season 1, Episode 2
Episode Synopsis: The ten finalists move into a New York City loft. The next day, they audition for associate director Marc Bruni before one hopeful is eliminated.
Original Air Date: Jun 9, 2008

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Season 1, Episode 2
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Length: 40:49
Aired: 6/9/2008

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Week Two Season 1, Episode 2

OMIGOD you guys, Illegally Brunette here back with your week two recap for the search for the new Elle Woods! This week the top ten Elle wannabes moved into their pink palace and once again seemed more enthusiastic over a non-competition thing than anything else. On their activity calendar for week two was acting. The girls took part in an acting workshop that host Haylie Duff described as "nothing no one on Broadway has experienced before" Um, ok! In the workshop, the girls ran lines with "Emmett" and where judged by Associate Director of Legally Blonde, Marc Bruni. Bailey seemed to be getting the brunt of it this week first getting scolding at for wearing heels to a comfortable attire rehearsal, then for her southern accent. Lauren, our Spears look-a-like, informed us she is not here to make friends and is here for the competition. Our resident Legally Blonde guest this week was (former) Brooke Wyndham Nikki Snelson who definitely had her hands full trying to 'whip into shape" these Delta Nu's. Having won the acting challenge, Bailey and Lindsey got some personal time with Nikki to learn the Delta Nu handshake and run lines before the other girls. At audition time in front of the judges, they tell Nikki to drop a line in her dialogue with each girl so they can evaluate how each Elle Woods would react. What followed was a lot of painfully awkward long silent pauses as none of the girls really picked up what was going on. Seven girls' names we called as safe, and Cassie S., Cassie O., and Lindsey were sent to the casting office to find out their fate. In the end, Cassie O did not see her name up on the list and was sent home. Of the girls left: Rhiannon I think is quiet now, but might have something, Autumn did better than I thought this week, Cassie S. is kooky yet endearing, Emma is too "new york", Natalie is too intense in her acting, Lauren is too young, Lindsay has potential if she works at it, Celina just not right for Elle, and Bailey just irks me. I am still not seeing the next Elle Woods; the girls really need to get more into the competition. Like Emmett would say, "with the chance they've been given, why are they not driven as hell?" Sadly, once again the best part for me was that short clip of Laura Bell Bundy singing from "So Much Better," and can we please get rid of those melodramatic helpful tip shots from our host Haylie Duff? Thanks. Next week certainly looks like there will be some 'blood in the water' as Cassie S. calls the girls out in her audition. OMIGOD you guys! 'Keep it positive' and leave some mad props on what you thought this week! show less
OMIGOD you guys, Illegally Brunette here back with your week two recap for the search for the new Elle Woods! This week the top ten Elle wannabes moved into their pink palace and once again seemed more enthusiastic over a non-competition thing than anything else. On their activity calendar for week two was acting. The girls took part in an acting workshop that host Haylie Duff described as “nothing no one on Broadway has experienced before” – Um, ok! In the workshop, the girls ran lines with “Emmett” and where judged by Associate Director of Legally Blonde, Marc Bruni. Bailey seemed to be getting the brunt of it this week – first getting scolding at for wearing heels to a comfortable attire rehearsal, then for her southern accent. Lauren, our Spears look-a-like, informed us she is not here to make friends and is here for the competition. Our resident Legally Blonde guest this week was (former) Brooke Wyndham – Nikki Snelson who definitely had her... read more

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Premiered: June 02, 2008, on MTV
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Actors compete to be the next Elle Woods in Broadway's "Legally Blonde: The Musical."

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