The theme for the second episode of The Glee Project is Danceability and the homework song is “We Got The Beat” by The Go-Go’s. Right off the bat, Mario and Ali want to sing the same line. Mario thinks that Ali only wants the line because she is in a wheelchair and she’d be able to spin around. After talking it through, Mario changes his mind and asks to have a different line, which Nellie has already chosen. Nellie is kind enough to let Mario have the line.
Taryn struggles with thoughts of wanting to leave due to being in a new situation and her mind isn’t in it. Not too soon after, she decides to leave the completion. Some of the contestants are saddened by the news but must remain focused on the homework song.
The guest mentor is last year’s Glee Project winner Samuel Larsen who plays Joseph Hart on Glee. Larsen chooses Abraham as the homework song winner because of his intensity and believability factor. The contestants learn that the group number will be “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO.
During choreography, Dani struggles with the dance moves, saying that they are too fast for her. Despite her vocal and musical theatre training, Lily has difficulty hitting the notes while in the vocal booth, leaving Nikki Anders disappointed.
On the first take of the choreography for the video shoot, everyone does poorly and Zach Woodlee asks if any of them rehearsed.
When it comes time to reveal who will be chosen for the last chance performances, Woodlee tells them that most times it’s hard to pick a bottom three, but this week is was difficult to choose who was not that bad. In the end, Dani, Lily and Tyler are chosen for last chance performances. Dani is given “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac to sing in front of Ryan Murphy. Tyler is given “Daniel” by Elton John, and Lily is given “Man I Feel Like A Woman” by Shania Twain.
When the Call Back list is posted, Dani is on the Not Called Back list, leaving eleven contestants to fight for the seven spot episodes on Glee