Darren Criss Apologetic for 'Glee' Rendition of Destiny's Child's Song
Darren Criss thinks his rendition of Destiny's Child's 1999 hit single "Bills, Bills, Bills" is not good enough. He covered the song with his "Glee" castmates for the first all-Warblers album, but he admitted doing a remix for such a popular song is hard.
"I feel like I have to write her an apology now," he told Access Hollywood. "I mean, come on, Beyonce' the queen of pop music. She's the queen. If you could run for queen... I would put her name in the suggestion box. She's incredible. I tried to do it as best as I could."
"Glee: The Music Presents The Warblers" was released in the United States on April 19. The kids from Dalton Academy Warblers cover songs like Train's "Hey Soul Sister", Paul McCartney's "Silly Love Songs", Pink's "Raise You Glass" and Maroon 5's "Misery".
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