Cheated on queens: Your bitter anthem [video]

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Rejoice, bitter queens. You have a new voice. Darren Criss as Blaine delivered the takedown on Tuesday’s episode of “Glee” that empowered every queen who’s faced a cheating boyfriend.

Criss already makes the gays squeal; his take on Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right but It’s OK” had bitter, cheated-on queens cheering – and waiting for just the right moment to pull it on their man.

If you need more practice before delivering the drama to your soon to be ex, there’s always the Thunderpuss remix of the Whitney classic (video below). Below that, for any of you worried about Klaine (Kurt & Blaine), they’re fine. Kurt’s response was to sing Whitney’s “I Have Nothing.”


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