By Catherine Fuentes
Updated December 06, 2010 at 10:39 PM EST

Image Credit: Michael Buckner/Getty ImagesIn the off chance that “Teenage Dream” fatigue has not yet kicked in, last night at the Trevor Project Live benefit in Hollywood, Darren Criss and the Dalton Academy Warblers performed the mega-hit “Teenage Dream” with a very special surprise guest. About halfway through the performance, Katy Perry took the stage, sang some big vocal ad libs, and then joined the group for the rest of the song. Whether you think she added something to Darren and the Warblers’ performance or not, it was great to finally see Katy join Darren and perform the hit at such a special event rather than on a television show. Check out the (very blurry) video for yourself — Perry shows up around the 1:22 mark:

I really like this video because I’m a person who never gets excited by Glee, and I finally found something that I love about the pop culture phenomenon. What do you think, PopWatchers? Are you sick of “Teenage Dream” and never want to hear another version of it again? Or are you as excited as I am that Katy Perry finally teamed up with the Warblers to perform the hit song?

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