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VIDEO: Glee's Chris Colfer Shows Conan His Secret Talent

Nov. 30 2010, Published 8:14 a.m. ET

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We knew he could sing, but until Monday night’s Conan, Chris Colfer's ninja skills remained a secret.

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The 20-year-old Emmy nominated actor, who plays Kurt Hummel on Fox's breakout hit Glee, showed off his sword-handling skills for host Conan O'Brien, who sat by nervously watching Colfer’s impromptu talent show.

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"I practice Ninjutsu everyday, Ninjutsu is the art of ninja," Colfer told O'Brien. "I have swords that I practice with everyday in my trailer, and it makes the cast very nervous."

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Colfer said he was inspired by an unlikely source in his pursuit of ninja mastery: the heroes in a half-shell.

"I grew up watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and I always wanted to do them and bought some on eBay finally, and taught, myself how to do it, so I have some tricks," Colfer said.

"Clearly, you've studied this thoroughly," O'Brien told him.

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"They the swords are called Sai," Colfer said, before launching into a sure-handed, Wolverine-esque display with the sharp objects.

Glee airs on Fox at 8/7c Tuesdays, while Conan airs on weeknights on TBS at 11/10c.

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