After a successful run run on Broadway in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Glee’s golden boy, Darren Criss, was been tapped to host the 13th-annual Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards in New York which took place last night.
However, Criss and Bomer have responded no less than graciously to the singer’s views on their duet version of the song. On the red carpet of the Met Costume Institute Gala this past Monday night, Criss said, “That’s a common example of the media running away with something I think was completely harmless.”
He added, “I’ve been a long time Gotye fan…The fact that Gotye even knows who I am and what my name is, I am super thrilled.”
“I was not mad or disturbed at all by what he said…He’s allowed to say whatever he wants.”
Bomer also commented on Gotye’s comments, saying that “art is totally subjective.”
Following the fallout from Gotye’s response to the duet, the singer clarified his thoughts at a concert in Los Angeles, saying that he was referring to his own song as “dinky” and that he actually thought the Criss-Bomer collaboration was “clever” and a “great idea.”