Damian McGinty makes it into 'Glee Project final' after another super performance - VIDEO


Damian McGinty has made it into the finals of the Glee Project after Sunday night's semi-final session -- but so did all four of the contestants.

In a surprise move no one was cut from the show heading into the final weekend next week.

Celebrity judge and cast member Kevin McHale picked Lindsay as his winner but Ryan Murphy loved Damian's performance on the Sammy Davis Jnr song 'I've gotta be me'

Glee co-creator Ian Brennan as well as Ryan Murphy are the two key judges and the two Irish Americans, as well as cast member Kevin McHale give the show a great Irish flavor.


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Glee creators are said to believe that Damian could make a great 'freshman' addition to the cast,perhaps as a foreign exchange student.

Certainly it is all to play for for the cute Derry boy, who sprang to fame with Celtic Thunder.

Billboard magazine rated him this week as one of the fastest rising stars in the blogosphere where his efforts to win a casting par tin Glee are drawing widespread attention, especially from young females!


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