Monday, August 22, 2011

Glee Project Finale And Some Weird Twilight Spin-Off Book

So last night was the finale of Glee Project. After the #1 person i'd been rooting for, Hannah, was kicked off...I pretty much only had one person left I could tolerate enough to watch on my lovely GLEE  for seven episodes. Damian, the funny Irish lad, was that person. I sat through the episode, bored with the video shoot as Raise Your Glass is probably my least favorite song performed on Glee. Bored with Lindsay's same old annoying attitude and trying-too-hard performances. Bored with Alex being the same narcissistic diva. Bored with Sam's down syndrome squinty face and strictly rock-only vibe. But never bored with Damian's spunky, fun-loving, always upbeat personality.

Sam, who I saw as someone who didn't fit Glee at all. He's not an underdog, he's not a loser, he's not lost. He's just another trendy dude who wants to be a rock star. I think he just saw Glee as an opportunity to get famous and didn't care about what Glee was. And unfortunately...he was announced first as the winner.
But luckily there was a big shock. Two winners. And thank goodness, the second winner was Damian. So there's a little ray of sunshine on a mostly cloudy day. But then they added rain when they announced Lindsay and Alex would both get two episodes. Soooo the three people I possibly disliked most on the entirety of the show, I will have to see on my favorite show's third season. BOO :(

Getting away from Glee. I bought a book at the thrift store a month or two ago and it's been sitting in front of my bed. Last week I finally picked it up and started reading and was surprised to find it wasn't horrible. It's called The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner by Stephanie Meyer (Yes, the author of the Twilight Saga) and it's an Eclipse Novella. Bree is a vampire who was turned by Riley to be part of Victoria's army, and the book is the story of her life as a vampire. It's worth the read if you had any interest in Twilight.

I may go see The Help with my mom tomorrow, so I shall blog of that if I end up going. And Wednesday night i'm going to a spa party and will have the opportunity to sell my feather extensions to people while i'm there. So hopefully that will be worth blogging about, as well.

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