Glee guest star Kristin Chenoweth has told CNN's Piers Morgan that she disagrees with Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann on gay marriage.

The 43-year-old Tony and Emmy-winning Chenoweth is best known for playing Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked. She also plays the recurring role of dropout April Rhodes on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, a role which has earned her an Emmy nomination.

In the fall, she'll play Carlene Cockburn on the ABC dramedy Good Christian Bitches.

(Related: Mark Deklin to play gay in Good Christian Bitches.)

During an appearance on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, Chenoweth, who was raised Southern Baptist, told host Morgan that “God doesn't make mistakes.”

“I am a Christian and I would call myself conservative in some ways and not so conservative in some ways. And I don't think that the gay issue is a political one, but I do think it's a civil rights issue. And I believe – as a woman, as a Christian, as an actor, as an artist – that people who love each other should be allowed to be married. And I know that doesn't go along with what Mrs. Bachmann says, everybody that proclaims that, but it is what I believe.”

The 4-foot-11-inch Chenoweth added: “If it was a sin to be short, what would I do? Well I'd be right on the hell bus. … I don't believe God makes mistakes, and that includes a person's sexuality.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)