Darren Criss, who plays Blaine, an out-and-proud Dalton Academy student on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, sings the same tune about possible romance between his character and gay student Kurt Hummel, played by Chris Colfer.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Criss shows off his musical chops by musically answering questions as he strums his guitar.

Criss sings that he thinks playing Blaine is “the coolest thing I could be doing as an actor.”

But when it comes to singing about possible romance between the choir boys, Criss repeats the same old song and dance.

“Well, I think a lot of people want to see Kurt with someone – and I do, too – but I think the most important thing about that is to introduce a support system. 'Cause up until this point, Kurt hasn’t really had another gay teen male to relate to. And I think if we're going to approach a really big subject like gay teen youth, you got to take it in little steps.”

“So, if they're gonna have a romantic relationship, I hope it's earned, I hope it's sincere, I hope that we can make it right for the story and not really be a cheap thrill for people who want to see that stuff,” he adds.