Dance-ability is the second episode of the third season of The Glee Project.

Full EpisodeEdit

So here's what you missed on The Glee Project. Season Three started off with a bang with the music video Loser Like Me. Tracy won the for her sparkling with individuality. It looks like Shane and Vixen are already becoming the best of enemies. Lennox, Chace, and Samuel were all in the bottom three for either messing up with the dancing of vocals. In the end, Samuel was sent home. And that's all you need to know so far on The Glee Project!

Some of the contenders were huddled around the couch, while a few were making breakfast. Oscar was eating waffles while Eddie and him talked.

Eddie: It's a shame Sam's gone. He had a good voice.

Eddie: Even though Sam's gone, I'm just thanking god it wasn't me who went home.

Oscar: Everyone goes home for a reason.

Later, Robert comes in to greet the contenders with the homework assignment.

Shane: Hi Robert!
Robert: Hello everyone. How is it without Samuel?
Eve: It's sad when anyone goes home.
Robert: This weeks theme is...Dance-ability.
Shane: Yes!
Everyone else: Noooooo!

Shane: In Adaptive Sports Camp, I got introduced to dancing in a wheelchair, and I've been pursuing it ever since.

Robert: And the homework assignment is... Gangman Style by Psy.

Everyone cheered when they heard this. It's such an iconic song and you learn the words really easily.


  • Gangman Style by Psy. Sung by The Glee Project contenders.
  • Jump by Van Halen. Sung by The Glee Project contenders.
  • TBA by TBA. Sung by TBA
  • TBA by TBA. Sung by TBA
  • TBA by TBA. Sung by TBA
  • Keep Holding On by Avril Lavigne. Sung by TBA with The Glee Project contenders.


Callback ListEdit