Hannah Mclalwain

Hannah Mclalwain
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Age  19
Hometown  Asheville, North Carolina
Date Eliminated  August 7, 2011

Hannah Mclalwain was a contendors in the first season of The Glee Project and made it until the eighth week on the show. She was asked to join the competition because of overly optimistic attitude no matter what situation arose. She later shows that her voice isn't made just for singing, though, but that she can rap very well!

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[edit] About

Hannah represented much of the overweight audience that followed this show and Glee. She was always having difficulty with the dances and correography, but through it all she always had a smile on her face. She was courageous enough to battle through any toughness that might have come her way, as well as pull it off better than anyone else would have. She was always seen jumping and smiling, which is the reason she made it as far as she did.

Hannah admits during the show that she had a small crush on Damian McGinty Jr. and that it interferes with some of her performances. The two of them become very close friends.

[edit] Songs Performed

Like everyone else who had been in the shows featuring these songs, Hannah played in Firework by Katy Perry, We're Not Going To Take It by Twisted Sister, Mad World by Michael Andrews, U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer, Nowadays by Chicago, Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice and Under Pressure by Queen, Teenage Dream by Katy Perry, and lastly The Only Exception by Paramore.

[edit] Last Chance Performances

  • Valerie - Mark Ronson and Amie Winehouse
  • Back To December - Taylor Swift

[edit] Homework Assignments

Despite Hannah's survival until so far, her outshone voice kept her from winning many assignments.

  • During Believability (TGP), Hannah's True Colors cover and contagious smile easily got her the win. Her optimism was very believable!

[edit] Elimination Date

Hannah's elimination was difficult simply because many of the audience members (and even some of the judges) didn't want to see her go. During the eighth week, Believability, she started out very well. However, her emotions and voice which, at this point is dimmed by some of the better ones, gets the best of her. Ryan admits to loving her personality and overly optimistic attitude, but he also refuses to eliminate the other two bottom three due to their ability to act and sing better than her.

Contestant Elimination Date Episode
Bryce Ross-Johnson June 12, 2011 Individuality
Ellis Wylie June 19, 2011 Theatricality
Emily Vásquez June 26, 2011 Vulnerability
McKynleigh Abraham July 10, 2011 Dance Ability
Matheus Fernandes July 17, 2011 Pairability
Marissa von Bleicken July 24, 2011 Tenacity
Cameron Mitchell July 31, 2011 Sexuality
Hannah Mclalwain August 7, 2011 Believability
Samuel Larsen Winner Glee-ality
Lindsay Pearce Runner-Up Glee-ality
Damian McGinty Jr. Winner Glee-ality
Alex Newell Runner-Up Glee-ality
Last edited by Justin on 17 March 2012 at 17:51
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