Each week PopEater will be chatting with eliminated contestants from Oxygen's new show, 'The Glee Project,' a reality series with a 7-episode arc on the hit show 'Glee' on the line. We talked with Bryce Ross-Johnson, the first to go, about his road to the show, what it's like having international 'Glee' fans now and what's next for his career.

PopEater: How did you end up on 'The Glee Project'?
Bryce: I auditioned on a whim. My mom's friend saw my YouTube videos and told her to tell me to audition. I waited until the very last night to make a video in my dorm in Boston, last April, and then it wasn't until October that they had me come to LA to do a live audition. At first I thought there was no way I'd get it, but then I kept making it further and by the time I was waiting for Robert (Ulrich, the 'Glee' casting director) to call me with the news I really wanted it. I was stressing out, sitting by my computer, and the first time he called me I hung up on him by accident and thought it was over! But he called back and let me know I was in the Top 12.