The Glee Project SPOILERS! – Believability & Generosity Results and MORE

Nothing to see here! These spoilers were a prank

UPDATE: That spoiler person has spoilers for next week’s “Generosity” episode too. If she’s correct, we have the bottom 3 spoiled.

Also, and if this is true, this is absolutely crazy: Lyndsay has been cast as one of the two new “mean girls” TV Line reported recently.  She plays “Sheila, a modern-day Joan Jett, actually has her own pack of Blackhearts and the tats to go with ’em.”  I don’t know…I guess we’ll see about that.

-There is a Joan Jett-esque character named Sheila joining the cast of Glee in Season 3. This has been confirmed by TVLine. I can confirm that this character is played by Lindsay Pearce and will be introduced in Episode 1. Whether or not she wins the Glee Project though, I still don’t know. The creators have said that if numerous people on the show are good, they’ll consider adding them.
-Defying Gravity is NOT performed in Episode 9, it’s in Episode 10 and is sung by both Lindsay and Hannah. Saw that much in the preview AFTER Episode 9.
Check out the music video from Sunday’s episode HERE.
Via rtvgamesBelievability Spoilers
-Hannah wins the HMK assignment.
-Alex cries while recording “Only Exception” because the lyrics remind him of an unrequited love from high school and he has a really sweet moment with Nikki Anders. Lindsay and Hannah have very similar moments.
-The whole episode is edited to show that Sam is confident in the beginning but he slowly begins to worry. Nikki essentially tells him that he’s wonderful in the recording and Sam tries to push emotion throughout the video recording.
-Damian mentions that he has to win now for Cameron and gets really worried after the eyebrow situation seen in the previews.
-Bottom 3 is Lindsay, Sam, and Alex. Shockingly Damian is safe and so is Hannah.
-Lindsay really starts to panic in her prep for her first real Bottom 3 performance.
-Lindsay sings “Rolling in the Deep”. Ryan says he thinks that Lea Michele might have to watch herself and Lindsay’s eyes get scary huge.
-Alex is next and sings “I Want to Hold Your Hand”. Tells Ryan and the guys about why he broke down earlier and Ryan seems moved but reminds Alex that he’s been here quite a bit and isn’t too happy with that.
-Sam is last with “Isn’t She Lovely?” and it sounds really really good. Zac says that he still doesn’t feel like he should’ve been in the bottom 3 and Ryan smiles and tells him good job but protests that he isn’t very relatable. He mentions Alex and Lindsay’s performances were at least moving and that he could write for them. Still he states that he’s talented and intense and Sam walks off happy but confused.
-Bottom 3 list goes up: First shown is Lindsay who is relieved to see she’s called back. Camera then does the usual back and forth between Alex (who is convinced he’s going home) and Sam, who says he wished he focused more on being relatable. Alex is called back, Sam is not. Sam is visibly stunned.
-Sam’s “Keep Holding On” is UNREAL. Better than Cameron’s whose performance was, up until now, the best.
-Four remain: Alex, Damian, Hannah, and Lindsay
Generosity Spoilers

 

-Special guest is Kevin McHale
-HMWK song is “Lean On Me”
-Hannah wins the HMWK assignment
-Music Video is “Sing”
-Bottom 3: Damian, Alex, Hannah
-Alex: “Try A Little Tenderness”
-Damian: “Sway” -Hannah: “Get Happy”
-Hannah freaks out and thinks she’s going home after seeing what happened to Sam and Marissa
-Alex is sent home.
-Final 3: Lindsay, Damian and Hannah

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