'GQ' Promises More Steamy 'Glee' Fun

'GQ' Promises More Steamy 'Glee' Fun-photo

Opinions may be split on GQ's recent super-racy photo shoot with Glee stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Dianna Agron, but the magazine itself seems to be happy with the results.

Citing the 33 million page views that the steamy shoot has generated for the magazine's Web site so far, GQ publisher and VP Peter King Hunsinger vows to Mediaweek (via EW.com) that there'll be more of the Glee trio sensually frolicking on GQ's site, in the form of behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot. Says Hungsinger,

“It’s going to be the gift that keeps on giving."

Wow—if some people are upset about the images that were deemed proper for initial release, we can only imagine the uproar that the unpublished material will generate.

Late last month, after pressure from the Parents Television Council (which decried the photo shoot as "borderline pedophila), Agron apologized for the pictures, stating, "these photos do not represent who I am."

Are you eager to see more of Lea and her co-stars getting sexy, or do you think they went too far the first time? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

 

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  • fret
    fret

    who cares.glee rocks!!!!

  • reneelucky7
    reneelucky7

    As a nation we stupidy wonder why young girls are being taking off the streets raped and killed by sick pervs. It's because this nations sell the fantasy of the "naughty slutty school girl"- and it is mostly grown men who are turn on by it. Untill we as a nation say that it is not ok for adult men wanting to have sex with teen girls, then young women will never be truely safe.

  • I.K.
    I.K.

    Ugh. More sexist pics of adult actors playing teens blah... where the females are even more objectified and the guy who has NO singing or dancing talent gets to look "cool" . Ayayay! My teen choir & theater students and especially the male teen peers, who used to be fans of GLEE, were really insulted that the mag cover picture ( the male holding the females butts) perpetuates that males are just players. Can't a cover be sexy without being sexist? THIS. Couldn't have said it better myself, I wish everyone who're all "whatever it's just pictures of adults" would read your post...

  • ken
    ken

    I still laugh when outlets report that Agron "apologized." Look it up, she was clearly being sarcastic.

  • ALS
    ALS

    Like who cares, much ado about nothing, the women are of age, they can do whatever they want .

  • WICKED!
    WICKED!

    excuse me, i would just like to say that if u are honestly sitting there hating on glee well you BETTER be able to sing better then Jennifer Hudson and celion dion combined or u need to shut the hell up. have any of yall be on a show that has multiple emmys on its first season well i dont think so. also what you talking bout he cant sing can probably sing better then your teen choir combined. and you act like this pic is so bad its not porn and at least the acknowledged this is just a pic not them ok so stop being such a hater and go hate on something that deserves to be hated on for real.

  • June
    June

    Ugh. More sexist pics of adult actors playing teens blah... where the females are even more objectified and the guy who has NO singing or dancing talent gets to look "cool" . Ayayay! My teen choir & theater students and especially the male teen peers, who used to be fans of GLEE, were really insulted that the mag cover picture ( the male holding the females butts) perpetuates that males are just players. Can't a cover be sexy without being sexist?

  • cesar
    cesar

    screw you glee sucks

  • gleesucks
    gleesucks

    glee sucks anyways who watches this sh*t.

 

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