History YMMV / TheGleeProject

1st Aug '15 8:50:22 PM SparkyYoungUpstart
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** It also carried over to the series. The characters they play aren't exactly well liked.

** Not helped by the fact that he looks amazing in drag.
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** Not helped by the fact that he looks amazing in drag.drag, went on to play a trans character in the show, and seems fairly genderfluid these days.
1st Jan '15 11:44:15 AM nombretomado
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* TheScrappy: Lindsay seems a little bit of one. It doesn't help that she seems QUITE similar to Rachel[=/=]LeaMichele.
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* TheScrappy: Lindsay seems a little bit of one. It doesn't help that she seems QUITE similar to Rachel[=/=]LeaMichele.Rachel[=/=]Creator/LeaMichele.
26th Nov '14 2:51:44 PM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations
* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life. ** As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form. ** Then there is fact that all the actual winners have been straight pretty white boys despite all the boasting about Glee championing the underdog.
26th Nov '14 12:06:02 PM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life. **As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.
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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life. life. **As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.
17th Sep '14 12:18:48 AM YaboyGabumon
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**Then there is fact that all the actual winners have been straight pretty white boys despite all the boasting about Glee championing the underdog.
17th Sep '14 12:14:21 AM YaboyGabumon
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* BaseBreaker: Aylin, due to her flirty nature.
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* BaseBreaker: Aylin, due to her flirty nature.All of them that lasted longer than a couple of episodes.
9th Sep '14 5:30:46 AM Tschandler
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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life.

As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.

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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life.

As **As seen also in Season 2. 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. range. He was then eliminated the next week. week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.

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9th Sep '14 5:29:03 AM Tschandler
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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life. As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.
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* UnfortunateImplications: Compare the current status of the Season 1 winners' characters on ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Despite Damian and Samuel being crowned the winners of the first season, and Alex being crowned a runner-up, Alex's character is the only one of the three whose character made it past one season, as Damian's and Samuel's characters were PutOnABus immediately after their contracted arc to introduce new characters. What may be worse is the fact that Lindsay, a fellow runner-up of Season 1, literally got less than ten minutes of screen time in total compared to Alex. These facts, combined with Ryan's obvious favoritism towards Alex in the first season, does not help opinions that Ryan unfairly favors actors/characters with whom he can most relate to and will put more effort in writing for those characters in the show proper. Blake's case when he won Season 2 turned out better for him; his character Ryder is still on the show and shares the same status as Alex in the show as a relatively static character, though it probably helps that he's actually dating one of the other cast members in real life. As life.

As seen also in Season 2. 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. range. He was then eliminated the next week. week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form. form.

9th Sep '14 5:27:33 AM Tschandler
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As seen also in Season 2. Maxfield Camp, a Nashville based actor turned recent country artist, was the first eliminated by Ryan and the other judges. He was sent home for Ryan Murphy's own words, "Not being interesting enough". The elimination came down to Maxfield and Tyler. Tyler was a mid-transition transgender person. Tyler's vocal range changed between auditions and the competition. Tyler could barely carry a tune in his new vocal range. He was then eliminated the next week. Maxfield has went on to have a relatively successful cameo gig in ABC's Nashville and several Country music videos. He is probably the most successful Glee Project contender post elimination with the exception of Michael and the contestants that have appeared on Glee proper in some form.
9th Jul '14 8:05:55 AM LogoP
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Fan Dumb & Hate Dumb are now part of Flame Bait. Only in-universe examples are allowed.
* FanDumb: It may be because of the show's target demographic or the fact that it is a reality show in which the contenders are [[ManipulativeEditing made to look a certain way]], but fan dislike for some contenders has garnered numerous, and at times quite vicious, online attacks against them prompting mentor Robert Ulrich to speak up against it. ** Lindsay and Alex have certainly received the short end of the stick; Cameron, Matheus, and Marissa fans continually blame Alex for their favourite's departure despite the decision being Ryan Murphy's, and Lindsay gets hate from Cameron fans for apparently forcefully kissing him despite the fact that it was directed and generally for being presented as an attention grabbing, fake, bitch. *** Honestly, most fans with only one favorite will go out of their way to flame other contenders and praise their own resulting in fan wars.
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