Kate Hudson shows off her musical side by showing Rachel a thing or two in this Glee season 4 sneak peek of Cassandra performing a mash-up of Americano by Lady Gaga and Dance Again by Jennifer Lopez. Kate Hudson joins the show as Rachel’s harsh dance teacher at NYADA. She’s like the New York version of Sue Sylvester. Glee returns this Thursday on FOX.
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This performance is hot. Who needs a cigar cutter because Cassandra is smokin’.
Ryan Murphy continues to give when it comes to the unaired Glee scenes he’s been hoarding. The most recent is a great duet between Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele aka Rachel and Jesse St. James. The duo are practicing for the Hello episode by performing Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love. Anyone else really miss Jesse?
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The cast of The Glee Project tests their Adaptability this week. The music video for this week features Jessie J’s Price Tag.
The video itself isn’t anything special. Coming off a fantastic group video for Sexuality week, this one was kind of a let down. Not much happens. They’re sitting and then they cross a street while Aylin glares at them all with the most evil look she could muster. Her voice though? Stunning. And they all look really cute in their white t-shirts.
Here is the video of the cast of The Glee Project performing Price Tag for the upcoming Adaptability episode.
The cast of The Glee Project takes on Sexuality in their most sexually charged music video to date. Performing a mash-up of Milkshake and Moves Like Jagger, the cast turns up the heat in a classroom featuring a guest appearance from a familiar face.
There are some definite stand outs in this one. Nellie and Aylin sound amazing and show some moves I didn’t think they had in them. Shanna and Abraham definitely stand out acting wise for me and I’m even getting some Cory Monteith vibes from Charlie.
Which contestant showed their sexuality the best?
Here is the video of the cast of The Glee Project performing Milkshake/Moves Like Jagger in the upcoming Sexuality episode.
The kids on The Glee Project take on bullying in their most powerful music video to date. Performing Everybody Hurts, the cast is put in different situations when they’re at their most vulnerable. Considering the theme for the week is “Vulnerability” it works perfectly.
I’m not much a fan of the song but the video, I have to say, is one of the best in showcasing their ability to act. Cory Monteith joins the show next week as the guest mentor.
Will one contestant take it too far?
Here is the video of the cast of The Glee Project performing Everybody Hurts in the upcoming new episode: “Vulnerability.”
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Be sure to check out our recap and results of the episode here