All day I have been dreaming about getting back to my room and being alone with the select few people I don’t put an extravert mask on for. Please do not think this means I don’t love you, and because I am not forthcoming with this information, please don’t take my flippant remarks out of context.
(I just typed this up from the pictures we just got of the spread, so there may be typos)
He’s got a head of hair that anyone would kill for: thick, full, and worthy of a shampoo commercial. But Glee star Darren Criss says his mane was sometimes a liability early in his career. “For years I wore it long and shaggy, and I think it kind of typecast me in nerdy, pothead-type roles,” says the actor-singer-songwriter. When he heard about a part in the hit Fox series that, he says, “called for a Tom Ford type, a magnet of sexual interest for both guys and girls, I thought, No way I’ll get it if I keep this hair.” So out came the scissors. “And it worked,” Criss says with a laugh. After belting out “Teenage Dream” as preppy high school heartthrob Blaine Anderson (destined to be Kurt Hummel’s first boyfriend), Criss was an overnight sensation. Now a series regular, he’s heading into his second season. Amazing what a new do can do.