Darren Criss Revealed Which "Glee" Cover He Thought Was The "Worst"

    "It was so weird."

    Everyone has their favorite Glee moments — but, let's get real for a second. Which is the worst?

    The Cast of Glee poses with a trophy

    Darren Criss knows what his answer is. In a recent appearance on the LadyGang podcast, the actor and singer revealed which Glee cover is, in his opinion, the absolute pits.

    Darren Criss poses with his arms crossed in a promotional image for Glee

    Criss' choice: The performance of Ylvis' viral hit "The Fox," which aired during the show's fifth season.

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    Criss described the performance as "conventionally understood as a huge oops fuck...Me being the fucking happy go lucky fart that I am, I enjoyed it because I thought it was so absurd."

    Lea Michele and Criss stand next to each other while covered in slop

    "It was so weird. It was one of these 15 minutes of fame for this song and they just decided to put it into the show...I had fun because it was ridiculous. But we were so deep into the show...and we were so delirious from the absurdity of it."

    Criss and Vanessa Lengies perform a Grease parody together

    "The more absurd it is, the funnier it is to me. So I'm sure there were people who were like, 'What the fuck is this?' and I was like, 'I know, right?!'"

    Criss dressed up as Robin in front of a chalkboard that says "Superhero Club" on it

    While you think about your own personal least favorite Glee moment, listen to the entire interview here.