Archive for the ‘Glee’ Category

More awkward, inapropriate and uncomfortable pictures of scantily clad ‘Glee’ girls

Here are more pictures from the Glee photo shoot I posted earlier this morning. Lea Michele certainly looks comfortable posing in her underwear! While I know she’s 24 in real life, she plays a young teenager on FOX’s hit, Glee. Awkward!

See the cover, and several other pictures from the shoot

What does Lea say about the provocative photo spread? (No pun intended)

“I don’t know how they got me to do half the stuff I did.” Michele says. “But I was in really good shape this summer, so … ”

Dianna Agron admits “I’ve never been shot in so little clothing.”

Posted Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 at 1:13pm
Filed under Dianna Agron, Glee, Lea Michele, Magazine Covers | 3 Comments

Lea Michele: “F— Those People” Who Told Me to Get a Nose Job

Glee’s Lea Michele tells the November issue of GQ she is proud she never got a nose job.

“I was one of the only girls in my high school that didn’t get one,” she says in the issue, according to an excerpt (courtesy of JustJared). “And if anybody needed it, I probably did. But my mom always told me, growing up, ‘Barbra Streisand didn’t get a nose job. You’re not getting a nose job.’ And I didn’t. F— those people. That’s why I’m proud to be on a positive show and to be a voice for girls and say, ‘You don’t need to look like everybody else. Love who you are.’”

Above is Lea in the new GQ magazine. Want to see the rest of this controversial photo shoot? Click here!

Posted Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 at 11:11am
Filed under Glee, Lea Michele | 6 Comments

‘Glee’ stars GQ cover too inappropriate?

When I first saw these pictures this morning online, I thought they were a bit too steamy! Maybe I’m just showing my age, here, but aren’t these pictures a bit naughty? I know they’re not teenagers in real life, but they play teenagers on TV. I’m not sure that spreading your legs in your underwear is in good taste.

Glee stars Cory Monteith, Lea Michele and Dianna Agron are on the cover of the latest GQ Magazine.

Posted Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 at 7:07am
Filed under Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Glee, Lea Michele, Magazine Covers | 12 Comments

Is Puck (Mark Salling) off ‘Glee’ for good?

Mark Salling, who plays Puck on Glee, was mysteriously missing from the last episode of Glee. He had been shipped off to “juvenile hall’ and Hollywood Life thinks he may not be coming back at all!

McKinley High School’s bad boy Puck (played by Mark Salling), was banished to juvenile hall in the first scene of the Oct. 12 episode of Glee — and it looks like neither Puck nor Mark will be on the show for the foreseeable future. A source on the set tells exclusively why Mark, 28, is out.

We’re told that Mark may have breached his contract by pursuing his own music career too aggressively. “Mark has been really focused on his own music and it’s actually gotten in the way of his Glee stuff,” our insider explains.

Mark has been very public about his rock-jazz fusion band, Jericho, which has released two albums, Smoke Signals in 2008 and Pipe Dreams just this month. According to our source, Glee execs are unhappy about Mark putting his music before the TV show — and were willing to axe his character to lay down the law.

Mark doesn’t appear to care. “His band means the world to him and he thinks that’s more important than the show at this point,” the source tells us, adding, “He’s young — and I think his team is giving him bad advice.”

I honestly can’t imagine the show without him!


Posted Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 at 1:13pm
Filed under Glee, Mark Salling | 8 Comments

FIRST LOOK! Check out the ‘Glee’ cast as their ‘Rocky Horror’ characters!

Finn’s look started out “pretty bland, like the nerdy character Brad is,” says costume designer Lou Eyrich. But once Cory Monteith put on the black-rimmed glasses and got a side part in his hair, he transformed. “Cory’s just a big goofy nerd and so is Brad,” says Colfer. “He was perfect.”

When Puck drops out of the production, John Stamos’ Dr. Carl fills in — crashing his motorcycle through a stage wall. Since it’s difficult to imagine hunky John mimicking a role played in the film by Meat Loaf, Carl does “his own sexy version of Eddie to intimidate Will [Matthew Morrison],” says Eyrich. “It was actually John’s idea to do a take-off on Elvis’ leather-suit look from his 1968 TV special.”

“Here, Quinn [Dianna Agron] is one of the partygoers for our big ‘Time Warp’ dance scene,” says Eyrich. “When the hairstylists told us they wanted to give Dianna a pink wig, we gave her a pink top and glittery hat. To make it more youthful, we used a high-waisted pant from H&M and a gold cummerbund.” Quinn does double duty in the production, joining Santana (Naya Rivera) as dual versions of kinky-wigged domestic Magenta.

“At first, Sam [Chord Overstreet] is wearing tiny little gold shorts, but then they decide that’s maybe not appropriate for a school play, so he ends up in these gold board shorts and tank top,” explains Eyrich. Overstreet was shocked when he saw what little he’d be wearing. “He was a really good sport but hit the gym extra hard,” adds Eyrich. But Colfer has no sympathy: “Ha! Take that, new guy!” Glee Rocky Horror Picture Show

“Riff Raff is the best character, and everyone was amazed at how incredible the makeup was,” says Colfer. “I was mistaken for a blonde woman a couple times. All I kept thinking was, ‘You did this to yourself, Chris.’”

MORE at the source

Posted Monday, October 11th, 2010 at 9:09am
Filed under Chord Overstreet, Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron, Glee, John Stamos, Matthew Morrison, Naya Rivera | No Comments
Follow ICYDK