Jane Lynch admits there are moments when she feels like a style queen.
That happened recently during a screening in Los Angeles.
She was watching an early preview of her new film "Wreck-It Ralph" with her wife.
It was one of those few times in a woman's life where she had NOTHING but good things to say about her appearance.
Of course, in the hit 'toon, Lynch plays an ultra curvy, Barbie-like, mega-blonde (with a really cute haircut) female warrior who is stuck in a video game.
"I was at a screening with my wife and I said, 'I got the best body on the big screen,'" Lynch exclaims.
"My hair was awesome. My body was perfect. I kept nudging my wife and saying, 'Look, how good I look!' She finally whispered, 'Honey, it's animation. That's why you look so good!'"
JANE LYNCH BEAUTY TIPS
Jane has a natural look on "Glee," but admits that she likes to kick up her beauty routine for events like awards shows.
She's known for a swipe of deep mauve shadow combined with nude lips and a hint of deep plum blush.
"I love having short hair," she admits. "It's just so easy. I'm not someone who wants to stand there and fight with my hair for hours."
As for Sue Sylvester's trademark track suits on "Glee," she has to laugh.
"I guess that's her comfortable fashion statement," says Lynch who admits, "It is fun to get out of those track suits and get dressed up a bit and go out for a night on the town."
In "Wreck-It Ralph," she plays the kick butt (but with a tender heart) Sergeant Calhoun who not only helps a video game escapee Ralph (John C. Reilly) escape his game, but also falls in love with him.
"I just thought the story was really touching. You have Ralph who is stuck in a video game as the bad guy. He wants out. They use this as a metaphor for doing your job, but being so frustrated in that job that you know you need to make a change.
"For Ralph, this comes at great peril," she says.
"He can get killed if he goes into another game and never come back to life. Yet, he has courage. He's a guy who steps out and tries to find something new and amazing in his life. In the end, he wants to do his job again, but he appreciates it. He finds his pride."
One of the other great messages in the film comes from the Sarah Silverman video character who shorts out, so they call her a Glitch.
Yet, the Glitch is the most interesting one around.
"Exactly! All of us feel like we're the Glitch. I'm the Glitch. We all feel as if there is something wrong with us," Lynch says.
"We feel like we're not as good enough as everyone else – or like we have this dark secret. The truth is there is greatness in all of us glitches."
LIFE ON THE SET OF "GLEE"
"I think this season has been really good," says Lynch of the new "Glee" storylines that move back and forth from New York to Ohio.
Tonight, we'll get to meet Sue the mom of an infant daughter.
"You'll see Sue going back to being the heavy. There's also a problem with Sue that has her a bit weepy," she says.
What's it like working with her screen baby? Just like in the storyline, the baby who plays Sue's daughter also has Downs Syndrome.
" I am working with a baby who really does have Downs. I've held her for one scene and she's adorable. She's this little tiny newborn and so lovely," Lynch says.
"As for the new soft Sue, well, Sue goes in and out of being a little bit softer. She's going to get pretty tough in upcoming episodes and frankly I love the tough Sue."