It's nice to know that even though he's racking up awards, Glee's Cory Monteith hasn't developed a monster ego.
After calling himself a big, awkward Canadian, the 27-year-old explains to E! News, "I think it was just like self-consciousness that came from having to dance all of a sudden on a national television show. I think I'm less awkward then when I started, but I'm still pretty freaking awkward."
Poor guy. But things get even sadder for Cory. When talking about Valentine's Day, he says, "That's such a painful holiday... think about all the people who are single for Valentine's Day. That sucks, right? When it's Valentine's Day, I always think about all the people that, you know, who got dumped on Valentine's Day or broke up with their partners on Valentine's Day. I'm like, 'That's so horrible for them.'" Holy bummer. Do you agree with Cory? Is Valentine's Day a terrible idea?