Friday, at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation "Taste for a Cure" gala, Glee star Matthew Morrison was asked about the show's latest controversy.
Regarding author Bret Easton Ellis' Tweets - out-of-nowhere, awful Tweets - which likened Glee to a "stepping in a puddle of HIV," his reply was simple:
Bret is the author of notable works like American Pyscho and Rules of Attraction. Morrison may have meant this to mean that Ellis is not on his radar.
The actor added:
"You know what? That means the show is good if people have not nice things to say - and amazing things to say. It keeps people talking, you know?"
"That's going to be a part of the show."
That's a remarkably positive way to look at it. If only everyone approached things with that mentality, maybe comments like Ellis' wouldn't even occur.