The Glee Project Episode Guide

Episode Guide

The Glee Project: Season 2 (2012)

  • Season 2 Episode 12: GLEE-ality

    The final is here and only three remain, vying for a guest-starring role in seven episodes of the hit musical show. They are joined by the previous contestants, who provide backing vocals on the homework assignment - You Can't Stop the Beat from Hairspray, with guest mentor Chris Colfer (Kurt Hummel) watching on. There then remains another group video - Tonight Tonight by Hot Chelle Rae - and one last chance for the final three to impress the judges before Ryan Murphy decides who will be named as the next star of Glee

  • Season 2 Episode 11: Actability

    The remaining five performers focus on their acting skills, with help from guest mentor Dianna Agron, who plays Quinn on the show. First they respond to emotions displayed on cue cards while singing Robert Palmer's Addicted to Love, then film a coming-of-age story to Perfect by Pink. All five then face last-chance performances before Ryan Murphy, Robert Ulrich, Zach Woodlee and Nikki Anders are joined by the Glee writing team to decide who will progress to next week's final

  • Season 2 Episode 10: Romanticality

    With just three weeks to go before the lucky Gleek is chosen, the remaining hopefuls are asked to show their romantic side. First they perform More Than Words by Extreme - accompanied on guitar by original writer Nuno Bettencourt - then are paired off and asked to perform convincing renditions of Rihanna's We Found Love. With mentors Robert Ulrich, Zach and Nikki Anders agreeing that all six are good enough to win choosing a bottom three proves tricky - but they eventually do, leaving Ryan Murphy with the unenviable task of shattering another singer's TV dream

  • Season 2 Episode 9: Tenacity

    The seven remaining contestants' determination is put to the test, and what better song than Survivor by Destiny's Child, sung to guest mentor Amber Riley, who performed it on the show as Mercedes. But the real challenge comes with this week's video, a performance of Survivor's Eye of the Tiger filmed in one single shot while the hopefuls tackle an assault course - the twist being, if anyone makes a mistake, they have to start again. As ever, Robert Ulrich, Zach Woodlee and Nikki Anders struggle to identify the bottom three, but once they do, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy is the one who decides whose dream is over

  • Season 2 Episode 8: Theatricality

    The remaining hopefuls focus on theatricality as they show off their versatility when they are transformed into music icons from Elvis and Boy George to Madonna and Lady Gaga. Grant Gustin guests

  • Season 2 Episode 7: Fearlessness

    The hopefuls are now halfway through the contest to win a seven-episode guest role on Glee and this week they have to demonstrate their fearlessness - which is something they will certainly need when they are confronted with guest mentor Jane Lynch, who plays tough-as-old-boots Sue Sylvester on the show. First they enter uncharted territory by singing a rap. However, that's nothing compared to their video challenge, which is set in a high-school swimming pool and sees them performing a mash-up of Pat Benatar's Hit Me with Your Best Shot and Blondie's One Way or Another while wearing bathing suits - and enjoying a slushie fight. Robert Ulrich, Zach Woodlee and Nikki Anders put the would-be Gleeks through their paces - before Ryan Murphy sends another one packing

  • Season 2 Episode 6: Adaptability

    The hopefuls are forced to demonstrate their adaptability, first by changing the homework assignment they have rehearsed last-minute into a series of solo performances, and then by only being given the music and choreography for their latest video - Jessie J's Price Tag - on the day of the shoot itself. Then, as always, show co-creator Ryan Murphy chooses which of the poorest performers to send home, their dreams of a seven-episode Glee appearance shattered

  • Season 2 Episode 5: Sexuality

    The audition process intensifies for the 11 remaining hopefuls as they demonstrate their ability to portray passion. Glee bombshell Naya Rivera is the guest mentor as they first perform Color Me Badd's I Wanna Sex You Up, before working together on a video mash-up of Maroon 5's Moves Like Jagger and Kelis's Milkshake. The premise of the promo is a high-school 'sex-off' and it soon becomes clear which of the would-be Gleeks have no trouble losing their inhibitions. But as always, all the raunch in the world can't save one unlucky contestant as the show's co-creator Ryan Murphy sends another singer back into the real world

  • Season 2 Episode 4: Vulnerability

    The remaining hopefuls tap into their emotions as they prepare a homework task based on Kelly Clarkson's My Life Would Suck Without You, performing for casting director Robert Ulrich and guest mentor Cory Monteith, who plays Finn Hudson. They also work on a video for REM's Everybody Hurts, then show their acting abilities for the first time, before three hopefuls are chosen to sing in the last-chance performance for show creator Ryan Murphy

  • Season 2 Episode 3: Dance-ability

    The remaining hopefuls' dance routines come under scrutiny in a performance of the Go-Gos' We Got the Beat, with assistance from Glee star and last season's joint-winner Samuel Larsen. The would-be TV stars also record a group video to LMFAO's Party Rock Anthem, which reveals flaws and weaknesses aplenty, leaving casting director Robert Ulrich, choreographer Zach Woodlee and vocal producer Nikki Anders frustrated. At the end of the show, they choose the three worst entrants to perform in the sing-off for series creator Ryan Murphy, who decides which one to eliminate

  • Season 2 Episode 2: Individuality

    The pressure is on as the contenders work on the theme of individuality, performing Lady Gaga's Born This Way as they try to impress casting director Robert Ulrich and this week's mentor Lea Michele, who plays Glee leading lady Rachel Berry. They also record a video of Whitesnake's Here I Go Again before the bottom three, who must perform in the sing-off, are decided

  • Season 2 Episode 1: Season 2: The Final 14

    Casting director Robert Ulrich, series creator Ryan Murphy, choreographer Zach Woodlee and vocal producer Nikki Anders search for another new member of the Glee cast, after three of last season's hopefuls succeeded in landing roles in the show. They begin with open auditions in Nashville, Chicago and New York, where 300 performers are selected to head to LA and give their all in the hope of making it through to the final 12

The Glee Project: Season 1 (2011)

  • Season 1 Episode 10: Glee-ality

    The competition enters its final week and the four remaining hopefuls vie for a guest-starring role in seven episodes of Glee. The series' co-creator Ryan Murphy, casting director Robert Ulrich, vocal coach Nikki Anders and choreographer Zach Woodlee oversee a performance of Don't Stop Believing, and there is a music video set to Pink's Raise Your Glass - on the roof of a 35-storey building. The hopefuls then have one last chance to impress the judges with one more song, before the winner is announced

  • Season 1 Episode 9: Generosity

    The contestants are joined by Kevin McHale (Artie in Glee), who teaches them about the importance of generosity and putting other people first in the penultimate round. Meanwhile, unexpected guests help with a performance of My Chemical Romance's Sing

  • Season 1 Episode 8: Believability

    The five remaining contestants demonstrate their acting skills, and must bring emotion to their vocals in a performance of Paramore's The Only Exception. A video shoot tests the hopefuls' nerves and gives Jenna Ushkowitz (Glee's Tina) and the other mentors a chance to analyse their abilities, before another contender is sent home

  • Season 1 Episode 7: Sexuality

    The audition process intensifies for the six remaining hopefuls as their ability to portray passion is observed. Mark Salling and Ashley Fink (Glee's Puck and Lauren) are guest mentors for a performance of Madonna's Like a Virgin, and there is a video set to Katy Perry's Teenage Dreams depicting romantic encounters. Three contenders are given a final opportunity to impress Ryan Murphy in an emotional elimination round

  • Season 1 Episode 6: Tenacity

    The seven remaining contestants' tenacity comes under scrutiny. The hopefuls try to impress guest mentor Max Adler (Dave Karofsky in Glee) and casting director Robert Ulrich with a performance of La Roux's Bulletproof, and entrants are given another chance to shine in a physically demanding video set to Queen's Under Pressure and Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice

  • Season 1 Episode 5: Pairability

    The eight remaining hopefuls work on their ability to perform in a duet, and tension is caused by the pre-selection of partners. Guest mentor Darren Criss (Blaine in Glee) gives tuition to the most impressive version of Lady Antebellum's Need You Now, but the winner causes further disharmony

  • Season 1 Episode 4: Dance Ability

    The remaining hopefuls' dance routines come under scrutiny in a performance of Train's Hey Soul Sister. Guest mentor Harry Shum Jr (Glee's Mike Chang) selects a contestant to feature in a music video set to MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This, and three entrants who failed to impress are given a final chance to demonstrate their skills to Ryan Murphy, before one of them is eliminated

  • Season 1 Episode 3: Vulnerability

    The 10 remaining hopefuls choose a word that sums up their most vulnerable characteristic, and write it on a board to wear in Los Angeles for a music video set to Tears for Fears' Mad World. Casting director Robert Ulrich is joined by Dot Marie Jones (Coach Beiste in Glee), who gives one-on-one advice to the person who moves her the most in a performance of Pink's Please Don't Leave Me

  • Season 1 Episode 2: Theatricality

    The 11 remaining hopefuls focus on theatricality, beginning with a performance of Lady Gaga's Bad Romance. Casting director Robert Ulrich is joined by Broadway star Idina Menzel, who made a guest appearance in Glee, and the contestants also star in a music video for Twisted Sister's We're Not Gonna Take It

  • Season 1 Episode 1: Individuality

    The pressure is on as the contenders work on the theme of individuality. Darren Criss, who plays Warbler Blaine on the show, also makes an appearance as the hopefuls continue their quest to win the ultimate prize of appearing in Glee

  • Season 1 Special: The Glee Project: The Final 12

    The creators of Glee perform a nationwide search for the cast of The Glee Project.

  • Season 1 Special: Casting Special

    A behind-the-scenes peek at the audition process as the search for a singing star to join the cast of Glee gets under way. Casting director Robert Ulrich faces the tough task of whittling 40,000 applicants down to just 12 who will compete for the ultimate prize of appearing in Glee

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