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In response to the outrage over the Glee GQ cover, bad-boy Mark Salling said he thinks it’s “not a big deal,” because “people are starving,” and “there’s more important things to worry about in the world.” Can celebrities stop making this argument when trying to circumvent tabloid criticism? I’m fully capable of focusing on world peace and a slutty GQ cover at the same time. Isn’t it funny how much information my pea-sized-brain can actually handle? How about I focus on those things and stop watching Glee altogether (since that other stuff is so much more important)? The cover was gross and unnecessary. Accept responsibility and move on.
What do you do when your show is successful? Take pictures of the female cast members in their underwear, of course. Dianna Agron and Lea Michele took some very racy pictures for GQ Magazine, presumably because the photographer is an unoriginal pervert who could only think of taking sexual photos. I’m curious how the conversation went. Here’s what I imagine: “Hey Lea and Dianna, you know what would be really great? If you just stripped down to your underwear and posed with a come-fu*k-me face.” This isn’t the first time Lea Michele has posed in her underwear, so I’m guessing she’s comfortable with it. For the life of me I’ll never understand why actresses feel the need to sexualize themselves in the entertainment industry. Reese Witherspoon might be the only celebrity that refuses to do it, and I’m sure she’s endlessly propositioned. By the way, isn’t Glee a family show? To see the pictures in question, click the link below.
Update: It occurred to me why Lea Michele dropped so much weight for the new season of Glee. She was told that she had to perform Britney Spears’ hit song (in a sports bra), Baby One More Time, and she freaked out and dropped a ton of weight. Not good. Watch the Britney trailer here.