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Watch Lea Michele & Darren Criss Rock Out to a 'Glee' Classic

Watch Lea Michele & Darren Criss Rock Out to a 'Glee' Classic

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Glee alums Darren Criss and Lea Michele had the ultimate Glee flashback this week!

Michele, who is currently starring on Broadway in Funny Girl, recently posted a video of her and her former Glee co-star hanging out and rocking it to a classic Glee song.

Michele starred on all six seasons of Glee as Rachel Berry, and Criss joined in season 2 as Blaine Anderson, a member of the all-boys singing group The Warblers who later became Kurt's love interest and husband.

Michele shared a TikTok of her and Criss in a car together when Journey's hit song "Don't Stop Believin'" came on.

Gleeks will know that the song was the first real song the New Directions performed together at the end of the pilot of the show. The group later performed it at the Regionals competition, Michele performed a solo version as Rachel when she auditioned for Funny Girl, and the New Directions sang it again in Season 5 of the show.

"When you're with your best friend and 'Don't Stop Believin' randomly comes on the radio," Michele captioned the video, which shows Michele and Criss rocking out to the song and laughing together.

When the high note comes in, Criss sings it, but gives an aside to Michele, saying, "save your voice" because he knows his bestie is about to go on the Broadway stage and kill it as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl.

Glee has been undergoing a strange renaissance lately, as Michele is back in the headlines because of replacing Beanie Feldstein in Funny Girl. The show is also back in the news because of a podcast And That's What You REALLY Missed hosted by Glee alums Jenna Ushkowitz and Kevin McHale and an upcoming Discovery+ docuseries covering behind-the-scenes controversies on the show.

On the podcast, Murphy himself even said that he's considering bringing the show back in some form.

"I'm at the phase now with that show where it's like, well, there's been enough time," Murphy said. "Like maybe we should really re-examine it as a brand. You know, should we do a reboot of it in some way? Should we do a Broadway musical of it in some way?"

We'll have to wait to see how far this Glee resurgence takes us.

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