"Who in here knows the definition of tenacious?"
"I'm guessing everyone with an 8th grade education, but aside from that: DUH."
Ali is seriously starting to make this competition into her own personal practice stage for Glee. I mean, come on:
GIRL ROLLED DOWN THE STAIRS IN HER WHEELCHAIR.
One thing I will say about the amount of practice time and polish these kids get to put into their homework performances, is that is gives off somewhat of a rehearsed air; I generally got the feeling last season that the kids were somewhat more organically coming up with their own personal stamps on things. This season, I'm not sure what exactly they're being ranked on, because they all are always so good.
But of course, whilst everyone else just looked kind of stabby, Ali yet again rose above, and presented herself in a way reminiscent of a phoenix rising from the ashes, all fresh attitude and killer vocals.
Oh, and pigtails. Pigtails are REALLY tenacious.
"Of course you picked me; I look like a Spice Girl. Who could possibly be more tenacious than Posh Spice?"
Although, I have to say, this was one hell of an awkward challenge win. Amber came thisclose to accidentally admitting to picking her for the win because she was in a wheelchair. I mean, was it me, or did it sound a lot like Mercedes up there was basically lecturing Ali on how hard it was to be in a wheelchair?
"So you're telling me, jockstraps are just slutty underwear atheletes wear?"
"Right, I know what they are from athletics. Definitely NOT gay porn."
So say us all, wheels.
They didn't really give her any extra to do in the video, even though she did have that climactic scene at the end. Overall she did really well, but she wasn't exactly exceptionally tenacious looking or giving off some stellar performance.
Then again, this video sucked harder that a drunken sorority girl at unlimited margaritas night.*
*margaritas are generally consumed through a straw