The Glee Project season 2 is back with 14 amazing contestants tonight at 10/9c on Oxygen!
Another season of The Glee Project is airing tonight with an all-new set of amazing talent!
We’ve seen the first episode already and we promise that this year’s cast is even more exciting, fun and talented than last year’s (but nothing against season 1!).
Here’s what Oxygen has to say about tonight’s season 2 premiere:
In the season two premiere of “The Glee Project,” on Tuesday, June 5 at 10 PM ET/PT, the chosen 14 contenders are immediately introduced to the world of “The Glee Project” with the theme of “Individuality.” During the first “homework assignment,” each contender has the chance to show the judges who they are by showcasing their personalities. The winner of that assignment is awarded highly coveted one-on-one time with guest mentor Lea Michele (“Glee’s” Rachel Barry). Then, with the help of the mentors, casting director Robert Ulrich, choreographer Zach Woodlee and vocal producer Nikki Anders, the contenders prepare for the main challenge – performing White Snake’s “Here I Go Again.” Tension builds as the mentors determine the bottom three contenders and challenge them to a final performance in front of Ryan Murphy, who will in turn determine which contender does not get called back.
Also, check out this video of the entire cast performing Lady Gaga’s “The Edge of Glory,” which aired on Sunday night after The Glee Project’s casting special episode!
Be sure to check back on Hypable.com tonight directly after the episode airs for our recap of the season premiere including who was eliminated! Also be sure to check out Hypable’s Glee Chat podcast, which will be rehashing each of the 11 episodes of The Glee Project this summer!
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