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09:41 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 8 Jun, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


Something as big as gay teens on television, you gotta take things a step at a time

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Heartthrob Darren Criss has described his on-screen characters same-sex romance with fellow Glee actor Chris Colfer as “solid”, as the hit show heads into its third season.

The Warbler spoke about his character Blaine Andersons romance with series regular Kurt Hummel, played but Colfer, whilst touching on the importance of same-sex relationships on teen TV shows.

Speaking to Time Out Chicago he said: “Something as big as gay teens on television, you gotta take things a step at a time. I'm just interested in their relationship.

I really hope that they can continue to learn from each other and grow as people.”

Talking about the couples future as the show heads into its third season this autumn “I see them as the standout couple that is much more solid than some of the other relationships, and to make any big jumps from that could potentially dismantle the security they have.”

 

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