Darren Criss, who plays out-and-proud student Blaine Anderson on Glee, says he's comfortable with his sexuality.

On the Fox musical-comedy, gay student Kurt Hummel, played by Chris Colfer, is in love with Criss' Blaine, but so far Glee creator Ryan Murphy has yet to pair up the choir boys.

In a cover interview with Prestige magazine, Criss says he had no reservations about playing a gay character on the show.

“That wasn't even something on my radar,” Criss said. “For me, I was reading a really great character and I was excited about it. I feel comfortable with my sexuality, and I defy anyone who tries to weird me out with accusations or anything like that. Blaine's sexuality didn't even cross my mind as something that would be an issue.”

The rumor that Kurt and Blaine's friendship will turn into something romantic is being fanned by the much hyped February 8 Valentine's Day episode, which, according to TV Guide's William Heck, will include Kurt and Blaine crooning to Robin Thicke's When I Get You Alone “outside a Gap store as Blaine prepares to profess his love.”