Oct 19, 2010

Glee Gone Wild

A lot can change in one year. After going from relative unknowns to the cool kids in school, Glee's Dianna Agron, Cory Monteith and Lea Michele are working it for the GQ cameras. Engaging in the telltale freshman orientation of the innocence-losing photoshoot (think Britney Spears in Rolling Stone), Dianna and Lea leave little to the imagination. Giving their best prep school gone bad, the stars open up about life pre-Glee.

 Rumored diva and former Broadway queen Lea Michele proves her normalcy by not going the deviated septum route. "I was one of the only girls in my high school that didn't get one," she told the magazine. "And if anybody needed it, I probably did. But my mom always told me, growing up, 'Barbara Streisand didn't get a nose job. You're not getting a nose job.'" It must be a Jewish thing - my family feeds me the same line.

Discussing his rebellious side, Glee's resident male airhead admits to a troubled past. The Canadian actor dropped out of high school in the ninth grade and was drawn to "this whole world of excitement and danger outside the doors of high school - this kind of renegade teenage lifestyle." The bad boy admits that in his home and native land of Victoria, British Columbia, "you have to really look to get in trouble...but I was industrious. Skipping school. Drinking. All that kind of crap." Take note Victorians - skipping math can lead to Hollywood stardom.

Want more? Pick up this month's issue of GQ and tune into Glee.

All photos credited to Terry Richardson for GQ


  1. These photos are SO awkward. It looks like a bunch of teenagers trying so hard to be sexy. I'm surprised at how bad these photos turned out...yikes. They look so amateur.

  2. why isnt Cory Monteith in his underwear?


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