I’m so goddamn appreciative of you. Don’t you realize that I wouldn’t be here without you?! That I’d have no job! I’d have no home! I’d have no place to go! I’d have nothing if you guys weren’t here! So, thank you.
“I’ve dreamt about marrying Prince Charming ever since I saw my first Disney musical, I just never thought it would be possible. But the world’s changed and, more than anything, I want Blaine and me to be a part of that change.”
I love languages, languages are a big, big, big hobby of mine. It’s what I do in my free time. You know, a lot of people..I love video games but I always tell people that my video games are language books. I really enjoy keeping up with my italian, um, my french is really shitty but I enjoy, you know, stupid things that we hated when we were kids like grammar workbooks. I really enjoy doing those, like french conjugation. […] Well it’s fun for me cause it’s like, it’s puzzles to me, it’s language puzzles cause I love words, I love languages. I just like learning as many things as possible. In the past two years I kind of dived into japanese and chinese, which is crazy, and I’m not saying I’m gonna be fluent or anything, it’s just a fun exercise to keep your brain challenged. It’s fun to see something and have no fucking clue what it means, but it’s cool because then you go « okay cool, well, I can get there », you know? Human beings are smart, we can get there, it’s a cool challenge to, just to try and understand everything that you can’t understand. I love that. So languages a really really great hobby for me. It’s like music.
Darren on his hobbies aside from music and theater
Chord Overstreet - maybe the coworker I’ve bonded the most with during my five years on Glee - and I, we had to sing a cover of Wake Me Up Before You Go Go by Wham. Unfortunately, the recording session was after a pretty animated night of the Oscars, we drank and we went to sleep at 3am. The session was at 7am. We were a wreck but we started singing it so hysterically that came out perfect at the end. - Darren Criss, Giffoni Film Festival 2015 (×)