VOICE OF REASON

WATCH: Darren Criss Serenades Power Gays, Sings For LGBT Equality

Darren Criss has spent a lot of time reassuring us that he’s totally on board with LGBT equality. Just in case you had any doubts about his overwhelming support, the Glee star took to the stage at the GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles this weekend to do what he does best: serenade the gays.

Criss wrote an original cover of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” and even though he tried to give Jepsen credit for writing the DOMA-bashing lyrics, he’s not fooling us!

Go ‘head with that beautiful voice, girl. Tear down the house and tell us how you feel!

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5 Comments

  • oilburner

    This kid doesn’t give a shit he’s only doing this crap for kuddos and attention these glee kids are annoying except for the junkie that just went to rehab

  • Homophile

    @oilburner:

    What’s it like knowing exactly what every person’s motivations are? How does one become an oracle like you? Please share your divine wisdom!

  • dkmagby

    @oilburner: What’s wrong with straight allies? They’re gonna be the ones to tip the scale for equal rights. He also plays a pretty convincing gay character in Glee for the most part (about the only redeeming factor in Season 4). I related a lot more to him than I did Kurt who I was like “Do gays like that even exist in real life?”

  • balehead

    When’s he coming out?? Cause being a Closet Case ain’t nothing to sing about….

  • kennetho9322

    That’s it! I’m buyin’ a second hand piano then bangin’ out a crappy tune on it.
    For sure Queerty will put me in the headlines!

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