Darren Criss on the Future of Kurt and Blaine
BY Jeremy Kinser
April 12 2012 11:21 AM ET
Darren Criss says he believe the relationship between his Glee character Blaine and Kurt (Chris Colfer) is good and healthy, while being interviewed by Out.
"I think they'll be okay," Criss says. "They have a strong relationship. It’s good, it's healthy. They've become a support system for each other."
The actor also says he had enjoyed working with Matt Bomer, who guest starred in this week's episode as Blaine's brother Cooper Anderson. "We had a really great time, and he was very easy to relate to," Criss reveals. "He was doing all of this hilarious stuff and it was hard for me not to laugh. He was great for comedic relief, and I think you see the chemistry that we had in the episode. He's is a great actor and I can honestly say I had a great time working with him."
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