Just as the Vanessa Williams prophecy foretold, The Glee Project went and saved the best for last. The final episode title is “Glee-ality,” and I couldn’t even begin to tell you what the hell that means. I also can’t believe that the narrator just said Ali, the wheelchair girl, “rolled” right through the competition. Tonight, we throw standards out the window. Tonight is the Glee Project finale.
It comes as no surprise that they all want to win. It does come as a surprise, though, that they all react with even a modicum of recognition as Robert Ulrich tells them this week’s theme is “Glee-ality.”
“You saying that just made everything more real,” Aylin tells Robert. You can’t turn that into a real word, though. I won’t allow it. Their homework assignment is “You Can’t Stop the Beat” from Hairspray. Oh my god, you guys, everyone is graduating. Better belt it out in the Shake Shack.
To my horror, and for no discernible reason, all the eliminated contestants are back. I had no interest in seeing Lily and Michael, after they were so unceremoniously eliminated last week, and I don’t even remember that one old-looking guy’s name. Why is he here? Just give me ten minutes of Dani and Nellie, and no minutes of Charlie.