Charlie Lubeck, Alyson Stroker
One of The Glee Project contenders has his eye on the competition — in more ways than one.
In the exclusive sneak peek from Tuesday's episode, Charlie reveals he has a little crush on Aylin. Why? He says she is "sexy with swagger for days."
So you wanna be on Glee? 5 tips to winning The Glee Project
The Glee Project
On Tuesday's Season 2 premiere of The Glee Project (10/9c on Oxygen), 14 new contestants will claw, croon and maybe even cross-dress their way to a recurring role on Glee. But while these kids probably already have the song-and-dance, not to mention acting, skills down cold, it takes a lot more to be on Glee than just strong pipes and the ability to read lines. Based off the first season — which saw two winners, as well as two runner-ups land recurring roles on the Fox musical — we've devised a cheat sheet of tips that is a must for those hoping to walk the halls of McKinley High next season...
Cory Monteith, Naya Rivera, Samuel Larsen
Glee withdrawal is hard. We know. Thankfully, according to The Hollywood Reporter, you won't have to wait until fall to see some of your favorites back on the small screen.
The Glee Project
Get ready to meet the new Glee Project contenders!
In this exclusive clip of the Season 2 premiere, the kids settle in to their new digs and size up the competition. One hopeful, Ali, immediately realizes that she's no longer "the one with the story" in the group.
The Glee Project: Meet the new contestants
Glee, Lea Michele
Still floored that Rachel botched her big audition in this week's episode? (Its title, "Choke," was kind of a giveaway...) Freaking out that only a few episodes stand between you and the McKinley High graduation? You're not alone. At a Tuesday Glee panel, the show's cast and crew explained why hope is not lost for Rachel and teased what's to come before G-Day.
You will need tissues.
The Glee Project: Season 2
Oxygen's reality competition show The Glee Project returns this summer for a second season, and once again, it will give 14 hopefuls the chance to land a guest spot on Fox's Glee.
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Damian McGinty, Vanessa Lengies, Kevin McHale
Things we hearted about Glee's Valentine's Day episode...
-Brittany and Santana earning their serenade, despite Principal Figgins' gaycism.
-Mercedes' "I Will Always Love You."
-Sam's single tear during Mercedes' "I Will Always Love You."
-Karofsky being a viable contender as Kurt's secret admirer.
-Very little Schue.
-The long-awaited arrival of The Glee Project's co-winner Samuel Larsen as the hippie holy roller.
-The longer-awaited departure of The Glee Project's underused co-winner Damian McGinty.
-The fact that Breadstix gets bigger and bigger every time the gang performs there.
-The Whitney Houston dedication card in the closing credits.
It's Valentine's Day at McKinley High — and apparently it's all about Rachel Berry.
Glee Spoiler Pics! Ricky Martin, Rachel's two dads, Mercedes' choice
In the Glee sneak peeks below, New Directions and Glee Project co-winner Samuel Larson sing Gym Class Heroes' "Stereo Hearts," to the newly engaged Berry. Plus: Rachel's dads (Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell) make their debut to celebrate Rachel and Finn's big news. Check out the sneak peeks below:
Glee's February 14 episode, titled "Heart, "sounds like a true valentine to fans — with Mercedes singing a Whitney Houston classic, Kurt receiving a surprise visit and The Glee Project winner Samuel Larsen finally making his debut.
"It's Valentine's Day and everyone's...