New York (ANI): The Parents Television Council has put down a racy
picture of 'Glee" stars, which had appeared in GQ magazine, as
being a 'near-pornographic display'. According to TMZ.com, the
provocative GQ photo shoot featuring stars Lea Michele, Dianna
Agron and Cory Monteith, was immediately criticised upon its
The cover of GQ"s November issue, shot by famed celebrity
photographer Terry Richardson, features scantily-clad Michele and
Agron hugging Monteith next to the cover line 'Glee Gone Wild'!
Inside images include Michele posing in white panties and a bra
while Argon appears in a mock-cheerleading set-up with her skirt
barely covering her lady parts.
“It is disturbing that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult
men, is sexualising the actresses who play high school-aged
characters on 'Glee" in this way," the New York Daily News quoted
the statement as reading.
“It borders on paedophilia. By authorizing this kind of
near-pornographic display, the creators of the program have
established their intentions on the show"s direction. And it isn"t
good for families," it added.