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First off, addressing the Lily boob flip/bounce thing she always does: I noticed it too! And it is NOT attractive. Maybe she’s trying to draw attention to them in the hopes that guys will look past her blubber and just go after her for her knockers? I don’t know, all I know is that one of these days she’s going to knock someone out by hitting them in the head with one of those giant things.
We open with the bromance between Blake and Generic Hottie 2. I like how Generic2 took the mattress of one of the kicked out people’s beds. No sympathy here haha, I love it.
But really, did anyone NOT predict the two attractive straight males on the show becoming buds? It’s pretty much a given.
We get one line from Magic Carpet about missing Charlie, and we’re done. Let’s hope that’s the end of that.
This week’s theme is theatricality, and the HW song is “I Hope I Get It” from the musical A Chorus Line. The people you would expect to know it, do, and those you’d think wouldn’t don’t (here’s a hint: Blake and Generic2 are completely lost).
Carpet doesn’t like Lily taking charge of the choreo for the song. Suck it up and deal with the fact that you have no friends now that Charlie’s gone, Carpet. Just go lie in the corner and let everyone walk all over you. That’s a good Magic Carpet.
I was just thinking, doesn’t Wheelchair Barbie kind of resemble a young Nikki? Am I alone on this one?
And the guest this week is…Grant Gustin, who played the gay sociopath Sebastian on Glee. He’s much cuter in real life than he is on Glee, although his eyes are really squinty, and not in an Asian way.
Shannnaaaa- good. Fine. Whatever. B
Abe- starts off really quiet and is just timid and bad. D+
Generic Hottie 2- his voice is too pop for Broadway. C+
Wheelchair Barbie- that top accentuates her boobs like whoa. It also matches Carpet’s socks. Her high note is good and she hams it up in a good way. A-
Blake- he acts well but as usual his voice is so blah B-
Carpet- fine. B-
Lily- she has a really good Broadway voice. She does play it up well, although her only move seems to be sticking her arm straight up. A-
Nellis- not as amazing as I usually think she is. B-
Notes from Grant- Generic 2 be more confident, Nellis also be more confident, WB is fantastic, Lily is very funny. I think Lily is going to win. Oh but, I’m happily surprised, as WB takes it home. Good for her. She gets a one-on-one sesh, as well as a step-out moment in the video. More like a “roll-out” moment, am I right?