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Glee Season 3 Spoilers: The Glee Project Winners’ Storylines



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Glee season 3 will soon be upon us and we have given you a few spoilers so far about what will happen for some of our established Glee favorites, including some graduating students. Now it’s time to tell you some more about the new characters they are all making room for: The Glee Project winners!

There really are Glee season 3 spoilers ahead, so if you don’t want to find out what’s in store for the Glee Project winners and other Glee stars, stop reading right now.

This season on Glee there will be two new male characters: Samuel Larsen and Damian McGinty from The Glee Project! They will get a seven episode story arc and may become Glee regulars if the fans like them. We love them, don’t we? That’s why we voted them our Glee Project winners.

In a surprise move, Glee Project producers were also so impressed with Lindsay and Alex that they gave them a two episode story arc too.

So what will they all be doing?

Warning: serious spoilers lie ahead, so if you don’t want to find out anything you’ll regret knowing, quit reading already!

Damian McGinty will be the first of the Glee Project winners to show up, in episode 4 or so, while we have to wait until episode 9 to see Samuel Larsen.

Damian will be playing Rory, an overseas exchange student (what else!) and he moves in with Brittany’s family. Santana isn’t going to like Brittany having a sexy Irishman around, I bet. We will also get to meet the rest of Brittany’s family, too, unless this will be some bizarre Glee-Home Alone mash-up, which I doubt.

Another of the Glee Project’s winners will also get a great storyline as Sue Sylvester’s arch-Nemesis, someone she hates more than she hates the Glee Club. And this woman can hate! Not content with trying to destroy the Glee Club, she then sets about trying to destroy the Glee Project winner’s character. The reason for her vengeance will be connected with McKinley High, even though she is running for Congress. So it looks like the lucky person to receive all this attention will be Samuel Larsen.

What do you think to the storylines our Glee Project winners will be getting?

2 Responses to “Glee Season 3 Spoilers: The Glee Project Winners’ Storylines”

  1. Glee-Know it all says:

    Samuel was “Supposed” to be on eppisode 10 actually, but for some unknown reason Ryan Murphy decided he didn’t want him to come in, and that he had to work on the other characters of the show before he worked on Samuel’s character. Samuel is supposed to be coming in, the episode after episode 11 which is entitled, “Michael.” Which is a tribute to the great Michael Jackson. Samuel will be appearing in, Glee’s Valentine Day eppisode, which unfortunetly does not have a title yet.
    On, the other hand for Linday’s character Harmony, I do beleive that she has one more eppisode? I’m’ not positive but, I’m pretty sure.
    I don’t think that Ryan is going to, make Lindsay a full cast member but I do beleive, that he is going to make Samuel and Damian actual cast members instead of guest stars.
    Now, for Alex I love talking about his character because he is going to be shooting some scenes with the brilliant, talented, and wonderful Jonathan Groff. Yes, you have heard Jonathan Groff, is returning to Glee! Jonathan is going, to be coaching Alex because Alex is indeed a rivalry student.

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  2. Minnie Mouse says:

    Lindsay was the first gle project winner to enter glee in the 1st or 2nd episode of season 3

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