I knew Nellie was going to leave; I could tell the whole episode, just with how she didn't really give the mentors what they wanted. Still, the second I saw her name next to 'not called back' I actually burst into tears for a good five minutes. Nellie is one of the only people I have ever seen on television, reality or no, who really represents me and how I feel about myself. She was real and beautiful and self-conscious and interesting and lovable; she stepped up to the plate in all acting and singing challenges; she connected every time she looked at the camera. It was ridiculous that they kept giving her the tartiest and most revealing outfits, the sexy challenges, the romance-sexy stuff with Blake etc. when she has explicitly stated that she is uncomfortable with it. Fair enough you want to challenge an actor and she always brought it in the end, but that isn't who she is, so of course she was going to continue to feel uncomfortable with it being constantly thrown at her. Not to mention the other girls weren't expected to do half as much. It was like they were teasing her or at the very least blatantly ignoring the character she would really bring to Glee and the person real teenagers and fans out there would really relate to. I'm going to miss her every week from here on out and I hope to God Lily gets what's coming to her next week, the arrogant bitch. Abraham and Blake, I love you.
Nikki is mean. Like, I donÂ´t mean particulary this Abraham thing, but the whole season. She is mean, mean, mean.
But Abraham suprised me a lot. He was like really moving. I donÂ´t cry too much, but he got me. And a sensitive straight men (raised by two moms, if recall corectly) is something weÂ´ve never seen. IÂ´m starting to like him a lot. But I still miss Charlie. His energy was of chards.
IÂ´ve never liked Lily. I can relate to her story very much, but I just canÂ´t stand the girl.
But, and it pains me to say this, Nellie had it coming. She was never possitive and... At a certain point, you have to be. Glee is still comedy. Sunshine for our lives. Just rewatch the whole season - she never said anything purely possitive. Not once.
Blake suprides. He really is a good actor. And... He didnÂ´t play it so much straighter as... Not so obvousily gay. You know, the go to diva. He did it subtle, but very believible. Loved it.
Seriously why couldn't they give Nellie cindi lauper? Lily would have enjoyed the overtly sexual Britney then we could have seen what Nellie could do with direction that was beyond act like a stripper. Boo. Glee project. Boo Ryan. I hope Nellie kicks ass going forward.
Why does everyone have to be so outgoing and wacky? Nellie was totally relatable. Even when she was nervous about acting sexy or doing something strange, she got the job done, and it always looked great in the final product. Plus, most of what Nellie was uncomfortable with involved being sexy (the "Milkshake" bending-over move, the swimsuit, Britney Spears on fruit)- news flash: not everyone has to act like a stripper to convey attraction! An awkward character is far more relatable than one who looks like she works the pole from 10 pm til morning. Nellie could have been the shy girl who loves to sing, and the glee club builds her confidence and turns her into a confident performer. More people could relate to that than to most of the current main cast members on Glee. They messed up by keeping diva Lily and forgettable Abraham over Nellie. Now I'm hoping that Aylin, Blake, or Michael wins- my money is on a girl this season since 3/4 of last season's finalists were dudes.
Rableyan murphy really mesed up the second he cut Nellie, out of all the girls she was the only one I rooted for. She was the most relatable, not to mention she had a killer voice. If Michael or Blake gets cut, I'm done with the show.
Yeah.. I'm not watching it anymore without Nellie. She was the best contender and was totally unique. She was the only real and fully honest person I could relate to and the show isn't worth it without her.
I don't think I'll be watching the rest of the season. Nellie had a gorgeous, unique voice, and she was most relatable - most high schoolers could really connect with her. She was the only one I could actually find myself rooting for. She could've been the shy girl with the astounding voice who joins New Directions. Out of the remaining contenders, I think I'd be okay with Michael, Shanna, or Blake winning, but honestly, I just don't care that much anymore. Nellie was fantastic, and I hope we see more of her soon.
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