Self-proclaimed "Gleek," Shannon Rosiak is rallying for votes for her audition video that she submitted to claim a spot on "The Glee Project."
The show, which is seeking candidates for its second season, is a reality competition on the Oxygen Network. The winner of the competition scores a role on the Fox TV series "Glee."
"I am not ashamed to say that I am a Gleek," Rosiak said.
The 19-year-old, who is a strategic communications student at Temple University, said she's been performing since she was young and that a spot on the show would be amazing.
"I love the show and everything it stands for," Rosiak said. "And considering I have loved to sing and perform since I was little, I would love to be a part of such an amazing phenomenon."
"The Glee Project" finds contestants 18 and older "who can convincingly portray a high school student" through live auditions and video submissions. Candidates can choose to sing one of eight songs in their video (Rosiak sings "Before He Cheats" by Carrie Underwood), or wait until November and attend a live casting call in New York, Chicago or Nashville.
On the shows website, people can view and "like" an audition. The audition videos are separated in to three categories: newest auditions, top rated and most viewed.
Currently, the top rated video has more than 2,000 likes and is nearing 30,000 views—making it the No. 1 submission in that category also. Rosiak has 172 "likes" and more than 1,600 views, as of Friday, Oct. 7.
She said she hopes to get as many views and "likes" as possible, so head over to the show's website to watch her video and see if she has what it takes to be on the next season of "The Glee Project."