Q. We just watched the episode "Duets," how was working with Dianna Agron?
A. It was really natural and she was so fun to work with, she's a great actress so it was a blast, it was so fun.
Q. You and Dianna certainly seemed to have a lot of chemistry together.
A. Oh yeah, Dianna is a sweet heart, she's great and she's a brilliant actress and she gives a lot of different looks that will kind of make you react in funny ways that really work and are really natural. I look forward to doing a lot more scenes with her because she's really fun and we have really good chemistry.
Q. "Lucky," the duet you did with Dianna, is climbing the iTunes charts, have you checked it out?
A. I actually haven't but that was definitely a fun number.
Q. How was getting to film the episode?
A. It was a fun episode and Eric Stoltz was great to work with. I think the song was perfect for the episode and was something to set up Sam and Quinn's future relationship.
Q. Speaking of relationships, Gleeks want to know if there will there be a Puck, Quinn, Sam love triangle in the future?
A. They have to watch season two for that, if I give it away they'll have nothing to watch.
Q. How was getting to work with the cast for the first time, did they welcome you with open arms?
A. It was fun and obviously I'm the new kid on set so everybody didn't really know me. Now everybody kind of knows me a little more and I'm getting more and more comfortable. It was just like starting off at a new school once you get used to all of your classmates and everybody. You see them daily, because I've seen them five days a week for the last three or four months, and it's pretty easy going now. They were all really cool and really welcoming.
Q. Were you nervous at all when you first started working on the show?
A. I was a little nervous to see how everybody would react to me as the new kid. I think my character is definitely worried about what people think and worrying about wanting to be cool and wanting to be popular and he definitely wants to be the cool, new kid. I think he's really about that going in because before he started going to the school he colored his hair. He did something different so maybe he would seem like a cool kid. I think my character has little insecurities that are beneath the surface.
Q. Were you worried about joining an already established cast?
A. I wasn't as worried about that as I was just nervous about doing the best job that I could as an actor and as a performer. I was just really nervous on how it would look and hoping it would look good and that everybody would be happy with it. I think everything so far is going good.
Q. Do you think Sam is a good fit for Quinn?
A. I think deep down he is a really nice guy and I think he and Quinn have a good connection so we'll see how that plays out the rest of the season. So far I'm loving it.
Q. Where do you draw from for your portrayal of Sam?
A. I think he's kind of similar to my personality and each person as an individual the writers put in their personality and jokes to kind of make it funny and add a little awkward humor which is great.
Q. Is there anything about your role that you find challenging?
A. It's all a challenge, it's a big challenge, it's a lot of work and a lot of time and effort put in to each episode with the dialogue and actually making it believable, dance numbers, singing, recording, just a lot of stuff.
Q. What would you like to say to your fans and supporters?
A. I am happy to have all of the support of fans that I can get. Thank you for watching and I hope you love everything that you see and I hope it reaches out to everybody and to all of those people who need to see it.