Chris Colfer stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to chat it up with Ellen.
The two spoke about his first time at the Coachella music festival this year. Chris joked, "I survived. Thank goodness." Apparently, Chris is not a fan of large groups. "There is always that one Glee fan in every crowd who likes to surrounds you," he explained. "But luckily everyone is having their own experience there, so when someone like me walks by, they just assume they're hallucinating."
But the big headline of the interview came when Ellen listed off all of Chris's accomplishments and asked him what's left to do next.
He answered, "I am so glad you asked, I am actually secretly campaigning to be on Finding Dory. Seriously, Kurt under the sea? Wait! Does that mean Finding Dory would have music in it? And can fish really sing--I guess Ariel did it, so why not? Oh right, Ariel's not a fish...she's a mermaid.
Chris revealed that Finding Nemo is one of his favorite movies ever. His casting dream is to be the Sea-Monkey that Dory thinks owes her money in Nemo. So Ellen asked Chris if had any ideas for a particular voice. First he kidded that he could do any accent, and then he dropped the big news. "They don't have to pay me," he admitted. Ellen seemed to take him up on his "I'll work for free" offer promising to talk to someone to see if she can get him in.
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