The Blaine of 'Glee' voices goody-goody Hunter who fights against Cleveland Jr. over the affection of devout choirgirl Vanessa, voiced by Stacy Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas.
Darren Criss is no stranger to showing off his vocal chord on TV through his "Glee" role, but Sunday, April 29 will mark the first time he lends his voice on "The Cleveland Show". Guest voicing self-proclaimed "churchaholic" Hunter, he slams today's youths who prefer pop culture and technology to God and Holy Bible.
His message does not stop there since Criss' Hunter sings a song about using hands to text and tweet their way to get closer to Jesus. Join him in the middle of the performance is Vanessa, who is voiced by Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie.
In the episode titled "Jesus Walks" that will air this Sunday, April 29 at 9:30 P.M. ET on FOX, Hunter and Cleveland Jr. (Kevin Michael Richardson) fight for the affections of devout choirgirl, Vanessa. The two boys try to woo the girl of their dream with a song, but it soon becomes clear that she is more than either boy can handle.
On the same day at 9 P.M. ET, "Family Guy" will air "Mr. & Mrs. Stewie" which has Cate Blanchett as a guest voice. A clip featuring her character has made its way out via Entertainment Weekly, showing Stewie and Blanchett's Penelope following Mort who has his wallet being planted with a bomb.