Scandalous Behind-The-Scenes Video Of GQ's Controversial Glee Photoshoot

The provocative GQ spread featuring Glee stars Leah Michele and DIanna Agron has now come to life in a new behind-the-scenes video. If you thought the photos were scandalous, the video pushes the envelope even further.

Terry Richardson, the photographer of the shoot, is very hand-on when it comes to directing the stars in their undies.

As for the concept behind the spread, Glee creator Ryan Murphy had said, “That photo shoot was not about the show. It was about the individuals in the show. They were actors, off the set, being personalities.”

Whether this sexy shoot was meant to be overly provocative or not, seems as though GQ is laughing all the way to the bank. Mission accomplished.

Liam Neeson Replaces Mel Gibson In Hangover Sequel

liamhangover.jpg After Mel Gibson’s role in The Hangover sequel got the ax, Liam Neeson tells Variety that he will now be taking over the part.

“I just got a call to do a one-day shoot on Hangover 2 as a tattooist in Thailand, and that’s all I know about it,” Neeson says. “I just laughed my leg off when I saw The Hangover, I was shooting in Berlin earlier this year and rented it on the hotel TV.”

Neeson’s A-Team co-star Bradley Cooper (who starred in the first Hangover film) was the one who brought him on board, and Neeson has already left his New York home to shoot the role. Can’t wait to see him play a quirky tattoo artist!
Should be interesting to see!

GQ Glee Photo Shoot Sparks Outrage

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Popeater reports:
GQ editor in chief Jim Nelson responded to a concerned Parents Television Council on the subject of his magazine’s sexy ‘Glee’ photo shoot, telling The Insider: “The Parents Television Council must not be watching much TV these days and should learn to divide reality from fantasy.”

According to TMZ, the Parents Television Council said the magazine’s photo shoot “borders on pedophilia,” adding it is “disturbing that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult men, is sexualizing the actresses who play high school-aged characters on ‘Glee’ in this way.”

GQ’s Nelson responded without mincing words: “As often happens in Hollywood, these ‘kids’ are in their twenties. Cory Monteith is almost 30! I think they’re old enough to do what they want.”

In PopEater’s recap of the photo shoot and article yesterday, we noted Dianna Agron’s comment, “I’ve never been shot in so little clothing.” We also noted she is 24 years old.

Nonetheless, the PTC calls the Terry Richardson photo shoot “near-pornographic,” adding, “The creators of [‘Glee’] have established their intentions on the show’s direction. And it isn’t good for families.”

Contrary to the PTC’s concerns about the negative influence ‘Glee’ and the GQ piece will have on young viewers, 28-year-old high school dropout Cory Monteith is quoted in the article as saying, “The last thing I want to do is kind of imply to readers in high school that you too can drop out and be an actor and get on a big show and be famous and make a s***load of money.”

‘Glee’ co-creator Ryan Murphy also tells the magazine that while he was skeptical of doing a sugarcoated family show, he knew responsibility would come into play. “I wanted to do my version of a family show. But we try to be as responsible as we can, because we know some young people watch.”