Darren Criss says a kiss on the Fox musical-comedy Glee between his character, Blaine Anderson, and the gay character played by Chris Colfer happened at the right time.

Colfer's Kurt Hummel and Blaine are now singing in the same glee club after Kurt fled McKinley High because officials decided against disciplining bully Dave Karofsky, played by Max Adler.

The pair are now wearing identical navy blue with red piping Dalton Academy uniforms and singing in the Warblers.

On Tuesday's episode, titled Original Song, Blaine had an epiphany right before regionals and confessed his feelings to Kurt.

The next day, Criss was asked if he believed the kiss came at the right time.

“I feel like they could have done it whenever, because they have set it up so well,” Criss told Hollyscoop.com. “Because they decided to do it now, it works, you know, they had the preceding scenes make a lot of sense and it was cool to put it in such a jam-packed episode. I mean just so much going on with regionals and the new songs.”

“Because it happened and because it's been received, I'll say yeah, it was the right time,” he added. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)