Glee co-star Darren Criss is taking his success in stride.

The 24-year-old actor suits up for a GQ photo spread, in which he reveals he's not overwhelmed by his new-found fame.

Criss plays out-and-proud Dalton Academy Warblers frontman Blaine Anderson on the Fox musical-comedy. He boarded the hit series in its second season, just as creator Ryan Murphy began amping up the gay quotient of the show.

His character is now romantically involved with McKinley High gay student Kurt Hummel, played by Chris Colfer.

But the so-called “gayest show” on TV also has three additional closeted or questioning gay students. And several peripheral characters, including Rachel Berry's yet-to-be-seen dads, are also gay.

(Colfer recently talked about the irony of right-wingers' love for Glee.)

In his GQ photo spread, Criss gives us 8 looks to liven up a summer wedding.

“It's all very relaxing,” Criss told the magazine about his hectic schedule.

“You get a trailer on-set. You get treated really well,” he said.

Criss added that going without shaving is sufficient to keep him from being recognized, and, most likely, creating a mob scene, on the street.