Lea Michele really loves her bust, so much so that she says the plans on showing them off more often. “These babies are great. They are my prizewinners,” she said.
The ‘Glee’ actress lands the cover of January’s Marie Claire. The 26-year-old admits that she used to be nervous about wearing low cut tops, but now she claims she can’t wait to show them off more. They were nervous to make their appearance but feel they have earned their place.ÃÂ So they asked if they could come out, and I was like, “All right, you guys”.ÃÂ They definitely rose to the occasion, so I am going to give them more opportunities.”
Michele, the breakout star of the hit musical TV show based around a school Glee club, has become a regular on the Hollywood red carpet.
Showing off her body has previously angered parents who thought as she was playing a High School student she had a responsibility to keep covered up.
‘I think Lea Michele is sending the wrong message. She plays such a “good girl” on Glee and a lot of kids look up to her persona. Then she poses very provocatively on two magazine covers which makes my almost-13-year-old son very confused and offended,’ New York based mum Kim Trefcer told FOX411.
‘I find it frustrating as a parent who is trying to teach right from wrong to their kids and then you have things like this happen which is showing middle schoolers things like sex sells and all that goes along with that.’
The Parents Television Council also criticised a photo spread in GQ magazine of Michele and her co-stars Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith, in which Michele and Agron appeared in skimpy underwear, that was described as ‘near pornographic pedophilia.’
I have to say, I kind of agree. I remember the GQ pictures, and they were borderline inappropriate. Not because they were minors (they’re not) but because they play minors on TV. Remember the pics? See them here.
Ass for the boob comments, I just think that whole thing was really, really weird. Who talks about their boobs like that, anyway?