Lindsay on The Glee Project 105
I was so excited to be this far in the competition to get to do duets. I love duets.
Sam is a very passionate guy, and he is a total rock-star, so together we sort of had that "good girl with a bad boy" thing which I really liked. He is a goofy guy and was a lot of fun to work with on “Need You Now”.
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Cameron is a very sweet guy, and a very giving partner. He is just like my brothers at home, so I easily connected with him. His voice fits so well in "Baby It's Cold Outside," and I think it was mainly chosen for him. That was fine with me because I wanted to be able to show a different, calmer side of my voice, so it was a very nice fit.
What made me decide to kiss Cameron was the direction I was given. Had I known Cameron would have been nervous or uncomfortable, I would never have gone through with that direction. We both apologized to each other for not checking with each other about that sort of stuff before we got to set.
I was shocked when the mentors told us that we were doing last chance performances in pairs, but it made sense, and I didn't want to go through something that scary alone. Cameron was very nice and kept me calm during the process.
"River Deep, Mountain High" wasn't quite in Cameron’s range, and he told me he was wobbly when it came to harmony. I tried to make it more about Cameron's performance than my own because the song was a bit easier for me. It was also such a fun, happy song, and we both decided to just be silly and have fun with it. Cameron rocked it out!
Honestly, when I found out I wasn’t in the bottom three it didn't feel good to safe, when my partner had to be in the bottom. Cameron, like I said, reminds me of my brother back home, and to walk off stage without him didn't seem fair.
It was strange to have Matheus go home because he had been on top for two of the five weeks. Watch his extended exit interview here, and see what he had to say about being eliminated here.