November 15th, 2010
02:13 PM ET
If you thought that "Glee" GQ photo shoot was scandalous, you ain't seen nothing yet.
The magazine recently posted behind-the-scenes video footage of Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Dianna Agron posing for the November issue that is even racier than what appeared in print.
In the video – which can be viewed at GQ's website – Michele is seen wearing a short skirt and and open shirt while straddling Monteith's shoulders; tearing off her jersey and pulling open Agron's top; making like a naughty teacher in a black blazer, bra and panties; and asking for a book on sex education.
The "Glee" stars caught heat for their provocative Terry Richardson shoot, with the Parents Television Council claiming that the portfolio bordered on pedophilia.
While Agron later apologized to fans and admitted that the sexy concept "wasn’t my favorite idea," GQ publisher Peter King Hunsinger is hardly sorry: The original set of pics got 33 million page views during the first week they were posted online.
“It’s going to be the gift that keeps on giving," Hunsinger said of the magazine's decision to release the video footage.
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