Naya Rivera Talks "Glee" & Big Sean in Da Man April/May 2014

Posted Tuesday April 8, 2014 4:53 PM GMT

Taking time away from the set of her hit series "Glee," Naya Rivera landed herself a feature in the April/May 2014 issue of Da Man magazine.

While rocking a few poses for the Mitchell Nguyen McCormack-shot spread, the 27-year-old actress dished about everything from her time on the Fox series to meeting her fiance Big Sean on Twitter.

Check out a few highlights from Miss Rivera's interview below. For more, be sure to visit Da Man!

On "Glee":
"[It is] stressful, but it's something we've been doing for a really long time now, so we've all got the hang of it. We actually just finished filming the 100th episode, so we had a 100th episode celebration. All of the cast, producers, the writers, everyone was here and they put together a really sweet collage of every episode that we'd ever recorded. It's not just stressful. We goof around and have a lot of fun, too. We're like a big family here on set. We're all friends, and we hang out outside of work. It's a really good group of people to be working with."

On Big Sean:
"I actually started following him on Twitter and I mentioned that I was a big fan. Then some fans started to alert him that I was following him. His assistant happens to be a big fan of 'Glee,' [she] knows my character on the show and knows who I am. So Big Sean became curious and started to ask who I was. A date was set, and it all just happened from there. The way our relationship blossomed is like any other relationship. We went on a date and we enjoyed each other's company; we went on another and another, and it developed like any normal relationship."

On her charity work:
"It's really important to give back whether you're in the entertainment industry or not. It's something that everyone should do and should want to do . I have my own reasons for getting involved with the various charities that I'm a part of, and I want to start something else on my own, a cause with my own vision of what I'd like to make a difference in and with my own direction. I think it's everyone's responsibility to give back."

Photo Credit: Mitchell Nguyen McCormack for Da Man