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The Glee Project Kids: Live & Exclusive!

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We previously mentioned how on tonight’s episode of The Glee Project, one of Glee’s very own, Cory Monteith stops by to show the kids a thing or two!

In the ep, the hopefuls explore their vulnerable sides as they take on Kelly Clarkson’s My Life Would Suck Without You!!

As for their music video challenge this week? The remaining contenders tackle R.E.M.’s classically raw hit, Everybody Hurts, while opening up a discussion on bullying.

We got a special treat recently when some of the boys stopped by for a little acoustic performance!

Check out the EXCLUSIVE rendition of Everybody Hurts (above)!!!

SO good! These guys definitely have talent!

Don’t forget to tune into Oxygen tonight at 10pm for the music video and of course, Cory Monteith’s appearance!

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6 comments to “The Glee Project Kids: Live & Exclusive!”

  1. GeeBee says – reply to this


    I really hope that Tyler kid goes home this week. A good story can only carry you so far, at some point he has to show some talent.

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    they are all contrived and terrible.

  3. larry stylinson says – reply to this


    Abraham was so out of tune, but still a nice cover. I see Tyler's voice got better after the show.

  4. leeafromoz says – reply to this


    *I* think they sound great together!

  5. thisisme says – reply to this


    Charlie!! I love him. Blake is #2 choice. So good.

  6. Jay says – reply to this


    Wow. Such nice comments on a video with the classic R.E.M. song "Everybody Hurts" and discussing bullies. Of course criticism can be given but telling someone that they are terrible, won't make someone better.