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Darren Criss Revises Call Me Maybe To Take A Stand Against DOMA At The GLAAD Media Awards!

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There were MANY wonderful, inspirational moments from last night's 2013 GLAAD Media Awards - including an-always HIGHlarious Jennifer Lawrence and a powerful speech from President Bill Clinton while accepting the Advocate for Change Award - but none tickled our ear buds and drive for progress more than the incomparable Darren Criss!

The Glee hearthrob took the stage early on in the evening to delight attendees with a musical performance, and surprisingly enough, he chose to revise the lyrics of the Carly Rae Jepsen smash Call Me Maybe to accommodate a much bigger issue than unrequited teenage love - and call for the end of DOMA and Prop. 8!

Hear the clever, yet powerful re-worked number (above)!

Just AH-MAY-ZING, isn't it?!

Thanks for taking a stand, Darren! EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL!

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4 comments to “Darren Criss Revises Call Me Maybe To Take A Stand Against DOMA At The GLAAD Media Awards!”

  1. E.B.Smith says – reply to this


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    You're a scheming lowlife pig and I hope your kid gets taken away from you and given to some decent gay people.



  2. 2

    Why doesn't he just some out already?

  3. lifeuntitled says – reply to this


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    Re: E.B.Smith – REALLY? negativity needs to be put away. Your negative opinions are not wanted here. Thanks.

  4. Kayzles says – reply to this


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    This is why I adore Darren Criss! He is so talented and passionate about his beliefs. Totally agree with his message…. Equal rights for all!