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Glee's Darren Criss Covers 'Hey Soul Sister'

Glee's Darren Criss Covers 'Hey Soul Sister'

Darren Criss goes a capella and covers Train‘s “Hey, Soul Sister” for an upcoming episode on Glee.

The 23-year-old actor, who plays a student at the Dalton School for Boys, was also joined by Kurt, played by Chris Colfer, who transferred to the school at the end of last night’s episode.

EW got the exclusive first look of the actor’s newest cover. Darren most recently covered “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid.

If Darren‘s rendition of “Teenage Dream” is any indication, his rendition of “Hey Soul Sister” will skyrocket on the charts next week. WE LOVE THIS KID!

Darren Criss Covers ‘Hey Soul Sister’
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Darren Criss’ Blaine is good for the show. So far he’s the only significant character who hasn’t shown himself to be horribly flawed or emotionally crippled by insecurity. Yeah, looking at you Mr. Shue.

@AMENSISTER: Darren’s half Asian, Filipino to be exact. And gimme a break, that Dalton choir is like a Benetton ad.

mrstimdrake @ 11/25/2010 at 7:12 am

it’s so sweet how Rachel is trying to help Kurt! I <3 that moment. True moment of friendship even though they are on opposing teams.

I like more Teenage Dream, but it’s ok. I love Darren

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:00 am

@Gaby: And you, Gaby, are just a TWAT

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:06 am

@Steamblade: Steam, there IS a plot to this show. It’s not just an endless music video. First of all, Chris Colfer is an ACTOR. He portrays the character of Kurt on Glee. And yes, Chris’s character Kurt is stiff in this scene. (Notice I used the word “scene”, as in a scene in a movie or a TV show, which is exactly what this is!) Kurt is supposed to be very stiff in this scene because he is the new kid in the group and hasn’t had time to rehearse with the rest of the guys before his first performance with them. He is doing the best he can under the circumstances, which is exactly the way the scene is written. It is a credit to Chris Colfer as an actor that you thought he was so believably “stiff” and without rhythm. So your comments about Chris are actually positive, which is quite a good thing!

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:09 am

@AMENSISTER: Amen… And this has to do with this discussion exactly WHY???

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:14 am

@hope: Oh, did you like it better when it was pregnant blonde cheerleader show? Or maybe when it was unpregnant Mr. Shue’s wifey drama show? Or germ-freak Miss Pillsbury drama show? Or Sue Sylvester drama show? What is it about Kurt drama that is particularly objectionable to you? And go ahead, don’t be afraid to use the word “GAY” in your answer.

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:18 am

@good: If it’s all really “just to much” for you, I have two suggestions: 1. Get a spell-check program and learn how to use it; and 2. Do yourself a favor and stop watching the show. No one’s going to miss you.

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:26 am

@Gina: LOL!

LanceManTranceMan @ 11/29/2010 at 8:27 am

@Gina: And Katy Perry is writing songs about black women because…


but he’s not gay in real life,that’s only a prove that he is an AWESOME actor

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