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GLEE! Dianna Agron Becomes The Master
The last two guest mentors for The Glee Project have been announced, with one making a lot of sense and the other a little surprising. Dianna Agron, known for playing the now Yale-bound Quinn, is an original Glee cast member, and although she did not appear in the first season of The Glee Project, it comes as no great surprise she would be asked to be a mentor. She has a lot of power in her voice and has done some great work on Glee. The other mentor will be Grant Gustin, who plays the recurring character, Sebastian, from the Dalton Academy.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, you can expect to see Gustin in the upcoming July 17 episode, “Theatricality.” I find his inclusion to be a little odd. He’s not the first recurring character to be on The Glee Project, but he never really stood out, for me at least. Agron, on the other hand, will fit right at home in her August 7 episode, “Actability.” At thiis point, no other details about the episodes have been leaked, such as what songs will be sung, but that’s more insignificant compared to the identity of the remaining guest mentors.
What I absolutely love about the two episodes, “Actability” and “Theatricality,” is how they sound like they smooshed two words together to come up with the names. But lo and behold they are legitimate words. You can look them up in the dictionary and you will find them. The episodes seem like they will focus on stage presence, acting and standing out when the camera is on you. Glee is a show that can be a little over the top, almost as if it’s an actual stage musical, so knowing how to make yourself stand out is important. If you can’t act then you probably shouldn’t be given the guest spot of Glee Season 4.