Choosing the person with the best voice on Glee is nearly an impossible mission. Everyone on the show is ridiculously talented. Still, we managed to narrow down the five guys whose voices impress us the most, so let us know if you agree. And don’t forget to check back tomorrow when we rank the show’s best female vocalists!
5. Jesse St. James
Granted, Jesse’s (Jonathan Groff) personality can be a bit on the psycho side of things, but you’ll never hear us say one bad thing about his spectacular voice. His duets with Rachel (Lea Michele) still make us smile, particularly “Hello” And if you ever have doubts about his vocal prowess, we have to words for you: “Bohemian Rhapsody.” ‘Nuff said.
4. Sam Evans
Ever since impressing us during his first episode with “Billionaire,” we’ve been in love with this dude’s voice (and abs). Trouty Mouth can do it all, as we love his romantic duets like”Human Nature” with Mercedes (Amber Riley) and “Lucky” with Quinn (Dianna Agron) — and he can even give the Biebs a run for his money! Heck, you know that when a guy makes a song like “Red Solo Cup” sound good, he’s got talent.
3. Jake Puckerman
You’d have to be “crazy” not be impressed by this sulky cutie’s pipes — and sure enough, it was his duet with Marley (Melissa Benoist) on “Crazy”/“(You Drive Me) Crazy” that solidified him as a singer to be reckoned with. Combine that with the fact that Jake (Jacob Artist) can seriously shake a rug — as seen during his stellar rendition of “Everybody Talks” — and it’s clear why we can’t get enough of him.
2. Kurt Hummel
The top two vocalists on this list are neck-and-neck — and it’s appropriate that it’s Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) together at the top, no? Kurt’s main strength is his spectacular knack for Broadway tunes, like last season’s killer “Not the Boy Next Door.” but he can also do amazing things with a slowed-down rock song like “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” His voice never fails to give us chills — so we wish he’d get even more solos. Get on that, Glee!
1. Blaine Anderson
It’s not unusual to be blown away by Blaine’s voice, regardless of what genre he’s tackling. And we love his versatility, so one minute he’s knocking a rock song like “Cough Syrup” out of the park, the next it’s a show tune like “Something’s Coming.” And he can even slow it down, as on that spectacular ballad version of “Teenage Dream” this season. Glee has a slew of amazing male vocalists, but Blaine is the one we’re hopelessly devoted to.