Darren Criss, who plays out and proud gay student Blaine on the Fox musical comedy hit Glee, is rooting for Chris Colfer's character, Kurt Hummel, to get a boyfriend, but he's not so sure it should be him.

Kurt fled from his tormentor Dave Karofsky, played by Max Adler, and McKinley High after school officials decided against disciplining the bully, and towards the Dalton Academy, where he joined Blaine.

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In an interview with MTV News, Criss confided that the signals from the show's writers on whether Blaine and Kurt will become an item remain mixed.

“There are days we're like, 'Oh, yeah, they're definitely going to do that,'” he said. “Then there are days when we're like, 'You know what, I don't think it really makes sense.'”

Criss added that if the relationship turns romantic, he hopes it's “sincere.”

“Whether or not that relationship develops in a romantic way, to me, is neither here nor there,” the openly straight actor said. “I think if it does happen, I would hope that it's organic and sincere and really earned. I trust the writers and creators of the show. They write the characters really well, and I don't think it will be cheap if it happens. I hope that it's real and right for the story. I want to see Kurt get somebody too.”