Show tune-loving and fashion-obsessed Kurt (Chris Colfer) came out of the closet last night—and we're only three episodes into the new series!
Now with that out of the way, Colfer, 19, is hopeful that Kurt's future includes a boyfriend.
But not just any boyfriend…
"As long as I am the more attractive person in the couple, then I'm fine with it," Colfer says. "I have to be the more attractive person. They can't get anyone better looking than me and not with a better body than me."
Colfer says he wasn't expecting Kurt to be given the gay greenlight so soon.
"In one of the scripts, there was a line where he said something about Liza Minnelli and then got all quiet, so I kind of knew it was coming," he says. "But I didn't think it was going to be that fast."
No surprise, Colfer is suddenly hearing from some of his former real-life high school classmates. He admits that he's not jumping at the chance of a reunion anytime soon. Yes, he can really relate to Kurt's outsider status.
"It's always great when people who would make fun of me and make my life a living hell in high school email me," he says. "As much as I want to be like 'F-off!' it's always nice not to respond and ignore them."
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