Lea Michele And Darren Criss Have A Fun Carpool Karaoke

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“Don’t Stop Believin'” is the first song that comes to mind when someone mentions “Glee” off the top of their heads.

In addition to becoming one of the band’s all-time hits, the famous Journey song also helped make “Glee” famous for its musical renditions of it. It was also featured on the show six times throughout its six seasons.

The show’s pilot episode may have had Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Kevin McHale, Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, and Jenna Ushkowitz performing in their red tops and denim attire. The second most well-known rendition of “Don’t Stop Believin'” on “Glee” took place at Regionals during the first season finale of New Direction’s Journey.

Lea Michele And Darren Criss Sing Together After 10 Years

When the New Directions were formally broken up in Season 5, it was also performed. However, one of the most cherished renditions of the song occurred in Season 4 when Lea Michele’s character Rachel Berry attended her “Funny Girl” auditions. In a dream sequence, Michele, together with McHale, Monteith, Riley, Ushkowitz, and Colfer, performed the same musical arrangement as it did in the first episode. Like its devoted followers, Michele still memorizes the song despite having sung it countless times on the show. Michele and her close friend Darren Criss performed the well-known song in a recent TikTok video as though they were on Carpool Karaoke.

When Don’t Stop Believin’ just happens to sound on the radio while you’re with your best buddy, Michele captioned her Instagram photo. The nostalgic reunion delighted fans, who soon expressed their wonder in the comments section.

During the epidemic, “Glee” recently experienced a huge rise in streaming popularity. Social media users have resumed binge-watching the show, revisiting the early 2010s when it first became a craze in mainstream culture.

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