Darren Criss, who plays out-and-proud Dalton Academy student Blaine Anderson on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, says he's ready to kiss Chris Colfer, who plays gay student Kurt Hummel.

On last week's episode, Criss' character kissed Lea Michele, who plays the Broadway-bound diva Rachel Berry, which led him to question whether he was bisexual. (A second kiss proved him to be gay.)

In an interview with Access Hollywood, Criss was asked if he's ready for a kiss with Colfer.

“We'll see, we'll see,” Criss responded. “I mean, yeah.”

“The thing is they've set up a beautiful kind of foundation for that relationship and if and when that happens I hope that it would be really lovely and really on point,” Criss said.

“Yeah, I'm all about it,” he added. “I just hope that it's warranted, you know.”

Criss added that he had no reservations with playing a gay teen on television.

“Obviously, there are social-political connotations of playing a gay character, especially as a straight actor, but I really find it no different than – and I've said this before – Max Adler, who plays a homophobic football-playing bully, which couldn't be farther from who he is, and Heather Morris, who plays, you know, like a dumb cheerleader, also a character.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)