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OTRC: Chord Overstreet opens up about relationship with Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts talks to OnTheRedCarpet.com in a press junket for 'Scream 4.' / Chord Overstreet appears in a still from the December 6 episode of 'Glee.' (OTRC / FOX / Adam Rose)

Chord Overstreet has finally confirmed his long-rumored relationship with "The Art of Getting By" actress Emma Roberts.

The "Glee" actor made his comments on KIIS FM's "On Air with Ryan Seacrest," confirming he did have a girlfriend and that she is indeed the 20-year-old actress in question.

"Everything's good right now," Overstreet told Seacrest. "We're having fun and we get along."

Overstreet also admitted that he has yet to have his heart broken, telling the radio host, "I've kind of always avoided that."

The 22-year-old actor also offered a spoiler about an upcoming "Glee" guest star appearance, confirming that R&B star Pitbull would be portraying Puck's (Mark Saling) older brother on the hit Fox series.

"Who started this rumor that [Pitbull] is rapping in it?" Overstreet asked with a smile. "He was on set and he just started rapping, and we just kind of went with it... He just started screaming, 'Everybody throw your hands up.'"

Earlier in the month, Overstreet returned to "Glee" to reprise his role of Sam Evans. In the episode, which is titled "Hold on to Sixteen," Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith) go on a quest to find a secret weapon for the New Directions, so that they can beat the Trouble Tones. The pair decides to track down Sam and eventually find him working as a male stripper with the stage name, "White Chocolate."

Overstreet's character was introduced as a transfer student in season 2 of the FOX musical comedy series. At the end of the season, it was revealed that Sam's father had lost his job and the family was living in a motel. During the season 3 premiere, viewers learned that Sam's family moved out of state.

Overstreet is set to appear on a multi-episode arc of the series, just in time for sectionals.

It was reported earlier this year that Overstreet would not be made a series regular like his cast mates Darren Criss and Harry Shum Jr. Sources close to the matter had said Overstreet was not fired and was welcome to reprise his recurring role.

The actor has been keeping busy by writing and recording music. He also appeared in an episode of the ABC comedy series "The Middle," which aired at the end of September.

Listen to Chord Overstreet's "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" interview below.