Cory Monteith's death is beyond fresh in the minds of his 'Glee' castmates, who've been paying tribute to him in different ways. Darren Criss, who plays Blaine on the show, memorialized Monteith by wearing a black ribbon pinned to his gray suit at the premiere of his film 'Girl Most Likely' in NYC on July 15.
Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson are famous for their flawless harmonies and catchy, pop-rock tunes, so it’s no wonder they befriended cast members of FOX’s musical sitcom, ‘Glee.’ The brothers hung out with Matthew Morrison and Darren Criss last weekend, and there are tweets and pictures to prove it!
If you saw 'Glee' last night (Oct. 4), you saw a bunch of devastating breakups -- but probably none as depressing as the "Klaine" split. Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) parted ways after Blaine admitted to cheating on Kurt when he felt lonely and hurt. Now, Criss is thanking fans for giving him the opportunity to steal not just Kurt's heart, but ours, too.
Darren Criss, the resident heartthrob from 'Glee,' guest mentored on tonight's (July 31) episode of 'The Glee Project.' The theme of the ep was "romanticality," and with Criss serving as one-half of the show's gay supercouple, playing Blaine to Chris Colfer's Kurt (aka "Klaine") he was the perfect person to bring a little love to the spinoff show. He was able to impart some nuggets of wisdom to the remaining hopefuls.
Darren Criss of 'Glee' fame took the stage at the Hotel Café in Los Angeles to deliver a stellar, moving rendition of Sam Cooke's classic 'Bring It On Home to Me' on April 7. Criss ripped through the song as though he were a tried and true, veteran soul singer. He really delivered a believable and fantastic version.