Taking The “Glee” Out Of Highschool

I don’t know what Lea Michele and Dianna Agron were thinking when they did that controversial photo shoot with GQ. I don’t imagine, though, that they are really helping any of their “fellow” high schoolers.  Sure, maybe they can pull off posing in clothes like that, but does that really help girls (and guys) of the age they’re supposed to be portraying?  I think it will cause more problems in the long run.  But maybe it’s just me, since I haven’t been sipping the Glee koolaid.

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  1. I haven’t seen the pictures, so I don’t know what you’re talking about. But if they looked like trash, well, that’s what sells magazines and gets people watching sometimes.

    Doesn’t make it right.

  2. No, it doesn’t. And Dianna Agron has actually come out with an apology for doing the shoot, but I don’t think Lea Michele has.
    And let’s just say that the photo shoot involves scanty clothes, inappropriate poses, and suckers.

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