The Glee Project

2011, TV Show


Who Won The Glee Project? Find Out Who's Joining the Glee Cast (There Is a Twist!)

Damian, Samuel, Alex, Lindsay

After nine weeks of competition, including singing both transcendent and painful, a first kiss, a refused kiss, bad rapping, even worse dancing and some superb drag, The Glee Project winner has been crowned.

The Glee Project finalists sound off on Christianity, reality TV editing and Ryan Murphy

Who'll be enrolling at McKinley High (for at least seven episodes)? Lovable Irish kid Damian? Intense indie rocker Samuel? Musical theater darling Lindsay? Power belter Alex? Here's how it went down:

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Exclusive Glee Project Sneak Peek: The Final Four Get Their Last Homework Assignment


To kick off Sunday's finale of The Glee Project (9/8c on Oxygen), the four remaining contenders — Samuel, Alex, Damian and Lindsay — receive their final homework assignment. The theme? Glee-ability, of course.

Which means the gloves are coming off.

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The Glee Project Finalists Sound Off on Christianity, Reality TV Editing and Ryan Murphy

Samuel, Alex, Damian, Lindsay

What does Ryan Murphy want from the winner of The Glee Project? Only he knows -- but surveyed the final four contestants anyway in an attempt to figure out who has the best chance of scoring the coveted seven-episode arc on Glee.

A week before the winner is named (Sunday at 9/8c on Oxygen), the last wannabe McKinley High kids standing — Samuel, Alex, Damian and Lindsay — opened up about their hopes, frustrations and love of Glee: Samuel told us why he's more than happy to play a rock 'n' roll Christian, while Alex talked dressing in drag and suggested his real-life struggles with being both gay and a Christian could be a nice addition to the show. Damian disclosed Ryan's plans for his character (should he win, that is) while admitting he was a bit disappointed that no one went home in last week's episode. And Lindsay tried to explain why she might be getting a bad rap and why she and Rachel Berry could have been separated at birth. The full Q&A's follow... read more

Top Moments: Bachelor Pad's Thorny Rose and James Franco's Unsexy Sex Tape

Bachelor Pad

Our top moments of the week:

15. Most Cringe-Worthy:
During his The Tonight Show with Jay Leno visit, the host asks Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino about adapting his well-documented pick-up skills for Italian ladies on Jersey Shore's Season 4 abroad. To really get into the moment, Sitch calls upon a confused and slightly ...
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Ratings: A Solid Launch for Bachelor Pad Season 2

Bachelor Pad

The three-hour launch of Bachelor Pad's second season won Monday night in viewership (6.87 million) but finished second among the industry-prized 18-to-49-year-old demo, scoring a 2.2 rating, according to Nielsen overnight figures.

Compared to last year, the program stayed even in the demo and grew in total viewers by 8 percent from 6.37 million. And it was No. 1 among all the female demos — all in all, a respectable start. ... read more

Fox Boss: Glee Spin-Off "Still in the Wind," Bones and House Fates Not Decided

Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer

Let's get this straight: Three Gleeks will graduate, and a possible spin-off to Glee isn't dead yet.

Kevin Reilly, Fox's entertainment president, made attempts to set the record straight about the numerous conflicting stories about Glee lately — that creator Ryan Murphy spilled unfounded plot secrets; that actor Chris Colfer found out he, along with Lea Michele and Cory Monteith, were the ones graduating via Twitter; and that the spin-off would be scrapped.

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Glee Project Sneak Peek: Damian's "Dancing Eyebrows" Rear Their Ugly Head, Zach Mocks Them


Know what can really kill the mood? Dancing eyebrows.

Nervous about filming the music video for "The Only Exception" on Sunday's Glee Project (9/8c, Oxygen), Damian lets his relentlessly twitchy eyebrows go into overdrive — much to the judges' dismay... and entertainment.
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Top Moments: Late Night's Teen Wolf Do-Over, Bachelorette's Bad Breakup

Jason Bateman

Our top moments of the week:

11. Worst Liar: Jerry Bruckheimer's new heist show Take the Money & Run rewards criminal masterminding: Hide a case containing $100,000 and if the cops can't find it within 48 hours while you're being interrogated, the dough is yours. How hard can it be, right? Apparently very hard for Paul. With 15 hours to go, Paul folds like a cheap tent — with tears in his eyes, natch — and confesses where he and his brother, Raul, hid the... read more

Plans for Season 2 of The Glee Project Underway; Quitter Cameron Has No Regrets

Cameron, Ryan Murphy

A renewal is not yet official, but The Glee Project executive producer Michael Davies says he's already gearing up.

"Talks have begun. A lot of the planning is starting to happen," Davies said Tuesday during Oxygen's fall TV preview. "No, it's not official, but given the ratings growth" and success on multiple platforms — Oxygen, Hulu, VOD, etc. -- "I feel incredibly confident that we're coming back," he said.

Everything you knew about Glee's future is wrong

Davies said budget talks are already underway and producers are considering possible tweaks to... read more

Ask Matt: Breaking Bad, Torchwood, Ringer, Glee and More!

Bryan Cranston

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Question: WOW is the main word I use for Breaking Bad so far this season! I am amazed how FAST this season started up and I know it will get better and better! The writing is incredible after three seasons and I cannot wait to see what happens next, especially with Gale's "Lab notes" which was sure a shocker at the end of the 1st episode. Any spoilers regarding ...
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Premiered: June 12, 2011, on Oxygen
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Premise: Performers vie for a seven-episode guest-star role on TV's "Glee" in this reality talent contest. A trio of mentors appraise the contenders' worth in various entertainment aspects, such as their individuality, theatricality and vulnerability. Actors from "Glee" appear and serve as guest mentors.


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