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Anyone who knows me, knows that I'm a fan of +GLEE and all it represents. They know that I not only enjoy the show but I am a fan of the storyline, the actors, and the lessons that come with it. While this show has inspired many to come out of their shells and join together as GLEEKS, many non viewers may misconstrue what the show really is about. It's about many things including acceptance, love, friendship, finding yourself, and following your dreams. The McKinley High Glee Club was just the beginning.
Sure some of the scenes are a little far fetched, but that's just the type of show it is. The songs are meant to be like a music video. For example, in +The Glee Project the contestants would all perform a song together and it would be filmed as a music video. My personal favorite will always be Mad World. It was deep, and beautiful.
Alex Newell (Unique), The Glee Project, will be coming back for the reoccurring role of a transgender student in support of Coach Beiste's decision to become a man. With much love and support from Unique and a 200 member trans-choir, the group brings hope, support and love as they will sing “I Know Where I’ve Been.” The group was brought together for the series through the help of GLAAD.
I think it's great that Glee has pushed the limits, and showed the world there is more to each other than what is on the outside. As expressed in last week's episode, family is all around in the people who love you, not always by blood. The message of love and friendship has always stood out to me in the series, and I'm sad to see it go. It's one of my favorite shows on television. Good thing it's on +Netflix and I own it on DVD.
|Photo Credit: GLAAD.com|
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