Before continuing, I think it necessary to note that all persons on set were emoting intensity. I present to you Intense Background Guy:
Moving on, during the shoot, there was an intense moment wherein Aylin was kissed by Blake during spin the bottle. From what I can tell, this deeply perturbed Charlie and sparked what one could only assume is intense jealousy and thus, this happened:
I have entitled this still ‘Perturbed Intensity’
Anyways, although this ep is all about dance-ability, the contestants turned out to be seriously lacking in their dance skills. So, the powers that be behind this show were sadly disappointed with the group’s inability to master any sort of choreography this week. I feel like I can’t really critique them because I am not known for my grace and coordination. That being said, at one point I thought it was going to be so bad, they would just show a still of the contestants and play the song over it because none of the shots were salvageable. Luckily, that was not the case. However, I feel as though Erik White may have been limited in shot selection, as the video ended with a recap of various stills of previously viewed party times.
In the end, the bottom three were Dani, Tyler and Lily. They were all really good, and did an excellent job of continuing the trope of intensity. Please note the following looks that were conveyed:
In the end, unfortunately Dani went home.
I went into this episode with the hypothesis of “I want to be friends with Mr. Zach Woodlee”. Moments like this confirmed my notions and proved my hypothesis correct. He seems like such a jovial fellow.
Note he is mid-way through blowing a kiss to Tyler. Jovial fellow indeed.
Next week on The Glee Project: Assault-ability! I mean, things get serious. What goes down here?
And Robert Ulrich reacts: