(on how representation and progressive television storytelling affects families across the country) […] I think a lot of parents out there in the world sort of rely on television to give them permission to accept things.
I guess I didn’t really think I had a good voice because I think—on the show [“Glee”], my character’s always made fun of for singing and always had to compete with, you know, really powerful female performers. So I guess I just got a little self-conscious, I thought, “Oh, well, I’m not that great of a singer if there’s always being a joke made out of it.”
Chris Colfer when asked by Stephen Colbert “Why aren’t you singing all the time? You have the voice of an angel.”