Ya'll remember the Mini Warbler, don't you? He stole our hearts with his adorable rendition of Teenage Dream and now he's mastered yet another of Darren Criss classic Glee performances, Raise Your Glass!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!!!
Alright, how many season would Glee have to last to get this kid on the show? Seriously!
The Mini Warbler is becoming a mini-superstar in his own right! Check him out in his first interview (above) where he not only sings Teenage Dream, but also continually steals the spotlight from his parents. (FYI - We don't think they are after publicity at all. This is ALL this little tyke!)
Prepare yourselves for this guy, McKinley Class of of 2025
On Tuesday, the ABC hit's Men Tell All special debuted and certainly did NOT disappoint.
However, the credit for most of the entertainment factor should probably go to this season's villain as he acted EXACTLY as he did during his time on season 12 -- by picking fights with everyone and anyone. Oh man!
While Chad wasn't initially among the crowd of castoffs, Chris Harrison eventually brought out the highly controversial contestant for his own segment on the special. The most entertaining part of the sit-down probably came when Johnson was asked about his relationships with the ex-girlfriends of rivals Robby Hayes and Grant Kemp.
As you may know, Chad recently flaunted on Instagram that he was spending time with Hope Higginbotham and Jen Green after they were scorned by Robby and Grant, respectively. LOLz!
When asked if the new romantic flings were meant to anger his former rivals, the milk-loving celeb explained: