THE GLEE PROJECT's Shana Henderson Reveals Broadway Dreams


In her exit Q&A with, The GLEE Project contestant Shanna Henderson talked about her hopes of being on Broadway after last night's elimination.

"I’m chasing my dreams," Henderson told EW. "I want a Grammy and I want to pursue country music and I also want to be on Broadway."

Read the original interview here.

On the July 31st "Romanticality" episode of The GLEE Project, Henderson ended up in the bottom three for the first time in the competition, alongside Blake Jenner and Aylin Bayramoglu. GLEE creator Ryan Murphy sent Henderson home after her last-chance performance of "Stronger."

Now with five contestants left, The GLEE Project reality series finds and trains a group of talented performers who compete against each other to win a role on one of the hottest shows on television. From thousands of entries, and after a nationwide talent search, Robert Ulrich, the casting director for GLEE uncovered a unique group of artists from both professional and amateur backgrounds.<

Across ten episodes, the hopefuls will continue to be narrowed down through intensive rounds of workshops, GLEE-themed assignments and call-backs as a team of GLEE insiders, carefully assess which one of them has what it takes to be the next new face, and voice, of GLEE. The stakes are enormous - seven-episode guest starring role on GLEE's fourth season.

In addition to GLEE creator Ryan Murphy, the show's casting director Robert Ulrich, choreographer Zach Woodlee and vocal coach Nikki Andres serve as judges.

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