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Chris Colfer chats with Conan O’Brien about his voice

HollywoodNews.com: This is such an enjoyable interview.

Glee star Chris Colfer stopped by Conan O’Brien’s show this week and talked about how people constantly ask if his high-pitch voice is really how he talks. He sets the record straight that he does not suck helium before he talks!

Chris has a profound effect on many of his young female fans who have very profound reactions to him.

“There’s nothing more terrifying than a teenage girl,” Chris tells Conan. “They have so many feelings, so many emotions at once. … There are so many girls who say, ‘Every time I look at your face, I cry.’ I don’t know why they cry. I think it’s something they probably should discuss with someone. It’s flattering I guess.”

At around the two-minute mark of the video, Chris talks about how he took his grandmother with him to the Emmy where he was a nominee for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy. They were seated next to Betty White and Chris does a priceless imitation of the “grandma sound” he said Miss White made when his grandmother introduced herself as Chris Colfer’s grandma.

Enjoy!

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