Darren Criss: Millennials Want One Thing At A Piano Bar

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Published on August 10, 2018

When he plays at his piano bar, ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ star Darren Criss says there’s a type of song that millennials freak out over after the first couple notes.

19 comments

  • Ben Brady 5 days ago

    first!

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  • N Hadar 5 days ago

    1st view like and comment

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  • Rara Zap 5 days ago

    Yes!!!! Finally!!!!! I’m so happy he got a nomination!!! Emmy’s baby!!!

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  • N Naim 5 days ago

    I always thought he is a real life gay. So…he’s straight?

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  • Livid Imp 5 days ago

    Ugh, really Millennials? Disney show tunes? The height of corporate banality. You might as well be singing along to TV adverts.

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  • Hypno Abel 5 days ago

    Tramp Stamp Grannies lmfao

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  • Hypno Abel 5 days ago

    Trump Stump Groanies. A strip club for aggravated republican amputees.

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  • Yoongichi 5 days ago

    I thought he was gonna say Avacado Toast

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  • New Message 5 days ago

    Without my glasses, I thought that was Screech walking across the stage.

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  • lisa koola 5 days ago

    no politics see 😁🤪

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  • Skyler Dickson 5 days ago

    Millenials can afford to go to piano bars?

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  • Noah 5 days ago

    Disney lawyers were just taken out of their crypt.

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  • Slutty McTits 5 days ago

    Man, these two are kindred goofy spirits. ☺️

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  • Sebastian Stormborn 5 days ago

    HES STRAIGHT AND FILIPINO????

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  • Thomas Goldfinch 5 days ago

    Wow, just how hip can one humblebragging millennial be! Evidently nauseatingly so!

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  • Rachel Lee 5 days ago

    Man this guy has come so far, bless!

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  • Rose S 5 days ago

    He must be exhausting to live with.

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  • gwendy42 5 days ago

    And don’t forget he starred, sang and wrote songs as Harry Potter in “A Very Potter Musical” (as every Potterhead knows)!

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  • carli max 5 days ago

    I never really got how pratfalls were funny although Dick Van Dykes trip over the ottoman punctuated with the music was pure genius. Actually more of a lovely comedic ballet.

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