The Blaine of 'Glee' writes on Twitter about the incident in Washington, D.C., 'I'm lucky I didn't hit my head on the gate in front of this lady.'
Darren Criss was forced to get off the stage by a female fan at the end of the "Glee" cast's concert in Washington, D.C. on June 9. The incident happened when the Blaine depicter, along with the other cast members, bid goodbye to the concertgoers after performing "Somebody to Love".
After the concert, Darren took to his Twitter to share the Thursday night story. He said it was a close call as he came dangerously close to a gate between the crowd and the stage when the fan grabbed his hand and yanked him off the stage. Luckily, he managed to avoid hitting his head on the fence.
"To the lady who pulled me off the stage and into the pit tonight: if I ever see you on a stage... keep your wits about ya. Love, Darren," he tweeted after the show. "btw I'm lucky I didn't hit my head on the gate in front of this lady. Seriously close call tonight... Like, please don't kill me. I'm nice. "
Darren Criss will stay on the road with the likes of Lea Michele, Mark Salling, Cory Monteith and Heather Morris until at least July.