October 19th, 2010
05:51 PM ET
GQ's November issue marks at least the third magazine cover on which the cast of “Glee” has “gone wild” – they got the same treatment on the front of both Rolling Stone and In Touch this year – but this time around, they’re getting wild while wearing less clothing.
Scratch that – Cory Monteith, who plays the lovably dense jock Finn, remains fully dressed. It's Dianna Agron, who portrays cheerleader and one-time pregnant teen Quinn, and Lea Michele, who plays the uptight and determined Rachel Berry, who show markedly more skin.
Agron admits in the interview that she's "never been shot in so little clothing."
Michele expressed similar surprise. "I don't know how they got me to do half the stuff I did," she said of the shoot. "But I was in really good shape this summer, so..."
But if anything, the cast seems to be the same kids that first won the hearts of critics and fans alike with the quirky musical comedy series. Lea Michele still says that the cast of “Glee” is tight-knit, pointing out that Chris Colfer isn’t afraid to break out a Madea movie and some ice cream if she’s having a bad day.
She’s also still not getting that nose job: “I was one of the only girls in my high school that didn’t get one. And if anybody needed it, I probably did,” she told the men’s magazine. “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. [Expletive] 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.’ ”
And love your pick for a “Glee” cameo. Dianna Agron admits that her choice for a “Glee” appearance may be unconventional, but she stands by her desire to see Christopher Walken on the show one day.
“I don’t think people are too fond of that suggestion,” she said. “I think they just want me to say Justin Timberlake or something.”
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