What do Darren Criss and Fergie have in common? Well, besides the fact that they're both insanely popular celebrities? They're guest-voicing on The Cleveland Show this Sunday!

The Glee star and The Black Eyed Peas lead singer are lending their voices to the Fox animated comedy and we've got an exclusive sneak peek of their duet, which is a comical church choir medley. Yes, really!

Somewhere, Samuel Larsen's ears must be ringing, because Criss' character, Hunter, is basically the animated version of the Glee Project winner's character Joe. A self-proclaimed "churchaholic," Hunter is sick and tired of today's youths being more obsessed with pop culture (Justin Bieber? More like "Jesus Believer"!) and technology rather than God. 

To make his point, Hunter performs a song about using your hands to text and tweet your way to closer to Jesus and brings in Vanessa (Fergie) to help drive his point home. Hilarity ensues.

In the episode, titled "Jesus Walks," Hunter and Cleveland Jr. (Kevin Michael Richardson) fight for the affections of a devout choirgirl. While Hunter thinks it's wrong that Cleveland Jr. is attending church just to get closer to Vanessa, she soon proves to be more than either boy can handle.

Darren and Fergie's episode of The Cleveland Show airs this Sunday at 9:30 p.m.

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