Gleek Out with The Glee Project

With 12 contestants (pictured above) and 10 episodes this competition is going to be not only gleeful but also filled with Glee stars as mentors. Our favorite Warbler Darren Criss will kick off the season as the first guest mentor for these Glee hopefuls.
Now that I have gotten almost all of my Glee puns out of the way, let's get down to the competition. Six guys and six girls will go through intense singing, dancing and acting workshops with some of the best in the business. Each week the contestants will be judged by the Glee dream team themselves, executive producer and creator Ryan Murphy, casting director Robert Ulrich and choreographer Zach Woodlee.
These contestants will be pushed to the limits and the drama will be pushed even further.
Here is a sneak peak at what this new crop of McKinley hopefuls can do!


Look out for more updates on The Glee Project right here and follow me @gossipbianca for the latest updates on all things television. I always have the gossip!

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Even though season two of Glee is wrapping up, Gleeks need not fear The Glee Project is here! Premiering at 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 12, on Oxygen, the new reality singing competition is sure to bring the Gleek out in all of us. The prize for this new show is priceless — wining a guest starring role on Glee for seven episodes — basically a dream come true for hundreds of thousands of people, including me.

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