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Most of the songs I wrote are personal.
— Matthew Morrison
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Music has the ability to comfort people.
My dad is a nurse midwife, one of about only 50 male midwives in the U.S., I think.
My favourite place in the world to run is Stanley Park in Vancouver. One loop around there is perfect.
My friends hate me because I do pick up things really quickly.
On a TV show, you don't know where the character is going.
Once you're famous you can't go back.
Running has been almost my savior.
The paparazzi is kind of crazy here in L.A., but it's nothing like it is in London. They are animals over there, it's insane.
There are so many stage actors on TV but you wouldn't know they were stage actors. And film and TV actors are going to the stage as well, so the crossover is great now.
You don't want to play a perfect person; no one cares about that.
Cooking is always very romantic!
Everyone thinks I'm a nice guy, which is not a bad way to be perceived.
Fame, you know, it's like a handgun - in the wrong hands, it's dangerous.
I actually grew up break-dancing. When you break-dance you listen to hip-hop and rap, so I've been listening to that music since I was a kid.
I don't get as much female attention as you'd think, because I never go out.
I don't like to go out to parties or clubbing, and I kind of like my anonymity.
I don't think anyone can get away from high school unscathed.
I don't think anyone wants to be in a role forever.
I grew up as an only child. My parents weren't great conversationalists. We had a quiet house. I'm not very verbal.
I grew up singing and dancing, so people have been calling me gay since fifth grade. I've heard everything you could possibly hear about it. But I do love gay people, so I'm not going to act like I was insulted or angry about it.
I guess I was one of the popular kids. I played soccer, I was class president - I even dated the homecoming queen.
I know what it takes to be a good boyfriend. Time, first and foremost. To be there for someone and be involved in their life.
I like pushing myself, and usually if I'm not good at something I just won't do it because I'm a perfectionist.
I love candlelit dinners.
I love London and British women.
I run probably 35-40 miles a week, and I think 80 per cent of your body is what you eat. The biggest part is just eating well.
I speak a little Spanish but I am so impressed by people who can speak a lot of different languages.
I think every great show has that kind of romance that people just kind of yearn for.
I want my shows to be very classic and timeless.
I want to be Gwyneth Paltrow when I grow up! She's been able to have such a great career, such a great family and she stays so humble and so real.
I wouldn't be where I am today without the amazing public arts education that I had.
I'd like someone who challenges me, someone who is more beautiful in the inside than they are on the outside.
I'm a dancer, so I love to dance.
I'm a great bowler. I was in a couple of leagues as a kid.
I'm a huge Bob Marley fan; I remember going to Jamaica for the first time when I was a kid and I got so obsessed with the steel drums.
I'm a mellow guy, and I feel like my music is mellow.
I'm an awful golfer.
I'm happy being single but I definitely want someone in my life. I want to eventually get married and have kids.
I'm not gay.
I've had people following me home or standing outside my house. It's strange. I just don't think people were meant to be worshipped or idolised.
I've had way more rejections than I've had jobs.
In all the shows I've done, I'm always the first to leave - it's in my make-up.
In high school, I had two friends that were suffering from cancer. I would go and sing for them while they were in hospital, and I sang at their services after they passed.
It's pretty amazing being me.
More people saw the pilot of 'Glee' than saw me in my entire 10-year career on Broadway.
Most of the songs I wrote are personal.