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I can totally concur with this dream path.  #no alarm clock works for me  #i sleep through them all. 

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holy fuck that was creepy.  i’m rewatching the ep and scrolling through tumblr and i pass this as it happens in the ep.  weird timing.  

holy fuck that was creepy.  i’m rewatching the ep and scrolling through tumblr and i pass this as it happens in the ep.  weird timing.  

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The Kurt/Blaine Scenes So Far (one file)

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301 - The Purple Piano Project

302 - I Am Unicorn

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Q & A with Glee actor Darren Criss

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The Glee star, 24, on playing a gay character, and those embarrassing videos on YouTube…


What is your earliest memory?

My brother’s birthday at our house in Hawaii when I was about four. I was born in San Francisco, but we moved immediately to Hawaii. I remember people running round with painted faces and sunglasses, and wondering why I wasn’t in on the fun.

When you were ten years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?

It’s insane, but I’m doing exactly what I wanted to do as a ten-year-old: performing. I remember seeing Aladdin when I was five or six and loving it. I looked at the big screen and said to my mum, ‘Whatever this Genie guy does, I want to do.’ Mum said I couldn’t be a genie, but that Robin Williams, who did the voiceover in the film, was an actor. So 

I said, ‘OK, then, I want to be an actor.’ Being on Glee – acting, performing, singing for so many fans – is this marvellous serendipity.

What’s it like playing a gay man on Glee when you’re straight?

It’s just like any other part. As an actor it’s your job to empathise with your character regardless of whether they have a different sexual orientation, spiritual beliefs, or anything.

Who is your best friend?

The guys from my theatre company Team StarKid. My favourite memory with them is from when we were performing A Very Potter Musical just before I started Glee. We recorded ourselves singing and dancing and it was a huge hit on YouTube. It was quite daunting; we were, like, ‘Oh my God, we look like a bunch of idiots.’ But experiences like that brought us closer together and that’s why we’re such good friends now. 

If you got stuck in a lift, who would be your dream companion?

Eddie Izzard. I met him once in a grocery store in the middle of Hollywood – I imagine he’d be very clever and together we’d think of a way out of there.  

Where’s your happy place?

I believe that it’s not where you are, it’s who you’re with. But I’d have to say Los Angeles or Chicago, with my friends from college and Team StarKid and the Glee production company. 

Where is home?

For now it’s LA, though I’m such a vagabond and a nomad – I live on aeroplanes. But I don’t mind travelling; I think it makes you appreciate your whereabouts.

Do you have a guilty pleasure?

I have an unabashed adoration of cheesy pop music. Food-wise, it has to be ham and cheese waffle sandwiches. You take two waffles – any regular freezer brand – toast them and then fill them with ham and cheese. But I also believe that if you find something pleasurable, you shouldn’t feel guilty about it!

What was your last good deed?

Recently, a friend of mine in Chicago was feeling down, so I flew him to London – where I was staying at the time – and he was my red-carpet date for the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiere. So I guess that’s a selfish good deed!

Bus, taxi or walk?

Depends. Obviously, when I’m with the Glee cast, there’s a big red arrow hovering above our heads, so we’ve got to take taxis. But generally I’m much more of a subway guy. And one of the nicest things about being in London is that I can walk everywhere. 

What did you have for breakfast today?

Absolutely nothing. A phone was delivered to my room to do this interview. This is my breakfast!

What word or phrase do you say too often?

When I’m in the UK I find myself using a lot of Britishisms. I like saying ‘pissed’ in the British sense, meaning drunk. In America it just means angry. 


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"In America it just means angry."  Darren Criss logic ladies and gents.  LMAO.  

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brianwilly:

cracktastic:

goobercriss:

what?

sure okay darren

No it makes perfect sense.

This makes perfect sense to me.  *shrug*

brianwilly:

cracktastic:

goobercriss:

what?

sure okay darren

No it makes perfect sense.

This makes perfect sense to me.  *shrug*

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Hey guys, so is there anything you would change about your high school experience?

Kevin: My pimples. I had bad acne. I’d change that. I also wouldn’t have dressed so crazy. I thought I had so much better style than the rest of the kids at school, but it was terrible. I’d wear blazers and scarves. It was so bad; I would have hated me (laughs).

Darren: I would have asked a lot more girls out (laughs). 

Cory: I’d say the same. I didn’t really have a lot of girlfriends in high school. 

Harry: Yes, with what we know now… (laughs).

With the fame you have today, wouldn’t girls now ask you out?

Harry: No, not necessarily.

Darren: We still have to ask the girls out. There’s this delightful perception that our lives are easier because we are on a TV show, but it’s quite the opposite. We really have little downtime. It’s a lot more complex. 

Cory, what’s it like having girls obsess over you?

Cory: The way I look at it, I’m just another person. People put actors on pedestals, but my life isn’t really different to anyone else’s. 

What’s the best thing about being a star on Glee?

Kevin: We get lots of free stuff. I received a free Xbox Kinect. I love dancing games - even though I suck at them. They’re hard. We have dance Kinect parties and I remember Amber came over one time, had never played it before, tried the hardest song on the hardest level, and was brilliant. I told her she couldn’t play with us anymore (laughs).

Darren, what was it like touring with the cast for Glee: The 3D Concert Movie?

Darren: As far as hanging out on tour with these guys, it was great. I definitely had an off-camera moment with everybody, whether it was private or on stage. 

Harry: Admit it, Darren. We brought you over to the dark side.

Darren: Yes. I’m a corrupted human being (laughs). 

Harry, what secret did you learn about Darren while you were on tour?

Harry: We’re into technology. We’re both big Apple nerds: we visited the Apple headquarters and geeked out there. 

Were there any embarrassing moments or mistakes on stage during the tour?

Kevin: They’d forget to push me up the ramp. That happened a few times. The stage would be pitch black, I wouldn’t be able to see anything, the next song would be starting and nobody would be there! I’d have to pull myself up onto the stage in the darkness. 

Have you guys been victims of bullying at school?

Harry: I moved into a little town in central coast California and I was one of the few Asian kids there. I got beat up and was discriminated against. When I was a kid, I got angry, but as I got older I realised not everyone is like that. I understood I was different and it made me stronger. 

Kevin: I would see other people at my school get bullied. Probably the only bullying I encountered was people tried to force me into different cliques depending on the clothes I wore. I’d always change it up and they would ask, “Well, what group are you in?”

Kevin, what is the reaction when people see you walking around in public without your wheelchair?

Kevin: When the show first started, they were shocked. They’d be like, “Oh, it’s a miracle!”. There were a few people who were angry. They’d say, “I thought you couldn’t walk!”, and I’d say, “I’m sorry, I have been walking all my life” (laughs). 

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A few pics from next weeks Glee episode ‘I am Unicorn’

BLAINERS

Chris is dancing on a pole.

So let’s talk about how flawless season 3 already is.

POLE FUCKING DANCING.

Pole. Dancing. My ovaries are twinging in pure excitement.

All I want to know is why Blaine is apparently not allowed socks?  RYAN MURPHY GIVE THE BOY SOME FUCKING SOCKS. 

Hobbits don’t need socks.

Were he barefoot as well your hobbit logic would compute.  As it is (he’s really not that short) but since hobbits don’t wear shoes and he is he is thus not a hobbit and needs socks.  That logic computes.  :)

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"What I’m gathering from what wasn’t blocked from my dash is that Darren was strictly there to promote Starkid merch….. and bow ties."

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“oh my god guys, i’m so excited to be singing this song for you today. it’s so beautiful and organic. tom jones is such a legend. and i’m just this little goober trying to make this work. ok, let’s get this started. you guys don’t mind me dancing to get into the headspace, right? i mean, i grew up with Fresh Prince. this is such an honour!” *dances*

- Darren in the studio for It’s Not Unusual

DED!!  

Fuck you Alice.  I’m cracking up here. 

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