If you’re watching “The Glee Project” and you’re a big fan of the pretty and sexy Marissa Von Bleicken, then I guess you’re very sad when she was eliminated last Sunday, instead of Alex. I also wished that Alex should be eliminated, but sadly, he (or she?!?!) wasn’t! Ryan Murphy was impressed with Alex’s performance even if a lot hates that fag0#@%QTTT!
Anyway, I just want to say goodbye to Marissa and I want to say that you don’t deserve to be eliminated that early. Why not that early? Because I know that Marissa will be booted out soon and Samuel will win in this reality TV show (I’m from the future and I’ve seen it!). But… if I’m wrong, maybe the future that I’ve been through is another dimension, perhaps a parallel universe.
Ok, I will tell you what happened in the future. In episode 107 of the Glee Project, Cameron will not make it to the call back list. In episode 108, Hannah will be eliminated. So the remaining 4 will be Damien, Samuel, Lindsay and Alex. Damien will be eliminated in August 14, 2011, then Alex, on August 21, 2011.
The last episode will be a showdown between Samuel and Lindsay. Both of them will perform great and Ryan Murphy will have a hard time choosing the winner. But after a series of thinking and considering all factors to be included on Glee, Samuel will be proclaimed as the winner.
Once again, I’m out of topic. I should be sharing why Marissa Von Bleicken has been eliminated. Here are the reasons why.
1. Marissa is not good enough to be part of Glee. She’s not unique and she’s not a great singer, she’s just pretty and she has a voice, but not that good compared to the rest of the finalists.
2. Ryan Murphy doesn’t know how to write for her
3. She won the homework assignment, but she didn’t deserve it. She just won because Max has a thing for her. Samuel should have won the homework assignment.
4. She’s not that Tenacious
I still do like Marissa and I hate why she was eliminated before Alex. But right now, there’s nothing I can do, but accept the harsh reality that Marissa was now gone.
As a tribute to Marissa, here are some pictures of her that I found while googling:
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