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.
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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.
It's only a few more days until 'Glee' premieres their Michael Jackson episode, and in order to get Gleeks pumped for the upcoming tribute to the King of Pop, Fox has unleashed a sneak peek to the Internet. In the clip, Gleeks can witness Darren Criss (AKA Blaine) and his fellow WMHS songbirds take on Michael Jackson's hit 'Wanna Be Startin' Somethin.'
To celebrate Amnesty International's 50-year history, the organization is releasing 'Chimes of Freedom,' a 76-track, four-CD collection of Bob Dylan songs performed by a wide range of artists, including some that you might not expect. Adele, Kesha, Miley Cyrus, and 'Glee' star Darren Criss are among those who tackle classic Dylan songs.
We have no issue with Darren Criss' acting skills -- he makes a mighty fine Blaine on 'Glee,' which of course carries over to his Broadway role -- but even the best actors could learn a few things from Harry Potter. In a new interview with MTV, Daniel Radcliffe shared details of his meeting with Criss, which included giving him a little bit of advice.