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“Glee” Holiday Episode Preview: See Darren Criss and Chris Colfer duet on “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

http://images.hitfix.com/photos/537592/glee-christmas-album_article_story_main.jpgYou’re going to love this!

Next Tuesday, Glee’s holiday episode airs and sure to be a highlight is this wonderful duet of gay high school students Blaine (Darren Criss) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) dueting on Baby It’s Cold Outside.

It’s just one of those scenes where you are watching it and thinking, “That’s really on network television now!” It’s a number that gay kids and see and they can believe that they too can be singing a holiday duet with their crush – that it is possible.

I just love it.

Enjoy!

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6 Remarks

  1. I certainly agree that television has come a long way, but I can’t help noticing that the 2 actors don’t touch–not even when the lyrics contain lines like “I’ll hold your hands, they’re just like ice” and “I thrill when you touch my hair”.

    There’s still a v long way to go.

  2. This song has so much potential, but in the wrong hands(Colfer), can be a disaster. I’ll stick to the Liza M. and Alan C. version which has style and humor.

  3. Love Glee, love these guys, love this song………….HATE this version.

  4. Wow, I really can’t imagine anyone not finding this adorable. The sound gorgeous together, better than any other couple on the show. Both actors do a terrific job.

    While everyone has different tastes in terms of the vocal pitch and style they prefer, I’m extremely skeptical of the criticisms I’m seeing of this performance. Leave it to the internet to try to sour something wonderful. Fortunately, that really doesn’t work. The video speaks for itself.

  5. December 4th, 2010 at 11:21 pm
    steve talbert says:

    what people seem to forget is that the 2 guys are doing this at the common room at the Dalton Academy… so how much touching do you expect?!? plus, i think the point of the story arch is that the audience will see that they need to become a couple before they do.. sort of like Doris Day/Rock Hudson or Moonlighting,, etc. Think of some gay teen or pre teen watching and actually having family and/or friends root for the gays to get together – whether or not they do, it is beyond anything in Will in Grace. They are supposed to be 16 and 17. If you watch it without the sound,, you get a sense of how really radical it is. The chemistry comes across better because these 2 actors are really good with facial expressions and body language that get lost in the literal lyrics…

  6. Lighten Up Guys,it was cute and everything can’t be a full scale Broadway musical with Liza,Barbara or Patty.like it’s said in a commercial ‘relax and enjoy the view’.

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