Lea Michele said she'd happily carry Jonathan Groff's baby if he wants to be a dad someday.
In a conversation with People, Groff was asked if he had baby fever, especially after Michele welcomed her son Ever in August 2020.
"I'll carry your baby. I will," Michele told her former co-star, who came out as gay in 2009.
"You will?" Groff asked, to which Michele replied, "Hell yeah! I love being pregnant. It's so much fun."
Groff shared that, at least for now, he's not really an expert when it comes to dealing with kids.
"I have this weird quirk where I scare small children," Groff joked. "Because, this was with my two nieces as well, between the ages of 0 and 2. I come in hot with enthusiasm, and it freaks them out."
Michele and Groff first met when they starred in the Broadway musical "Spring Awakening" as Wendla and Melchior. They've since become best friends, going on to star in numerous film and TV projects together, including the musical hit series "Glee."
Groff also was Michele's maid of honor when she tied the knot with Zandy Reich in Northern California on March 9, 2019.