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.'
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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.
Conferences are pretty boring, even when they're packed full of award-winning music and TV folks. But on Monday, guests in a panel with famous Disney composer Alan Menken were treated to a special treat when 'Glee' famer Darren Criss took the stage to perform a modified medley of mouse tunes.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, 'Glee' star Darren Criss, YouTube sensation Rebecca Black, piano prodigy Greyson Chance, and Disney actress/singer Debby Ryan all attended Variety's 5th Annual Power of Youth Event. The Variety event, which was held at the Hub at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, celebrates "top young talent and their dedication to philanthropic and humanitarian causes closest to their hearts, while encouraging the industry and their fans around the world to get involved and give back."
Much like his co-stars Chris Colfer and Kevin McHale, 'Glee' famer Darren Criss is an avid supporter of the Trevor Project, which aims to help LGBTQ youth by providing a safe place for them to turn when they're struggling. Criss insists that his "decision" to jump on board was an easy one -- he feels honored to be able to help a group that he respects so much.