'Glee' Stars Pose for Racy GQ Cover. Is It Too Cool or Too Much?

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Dianna Agron, Cory Monteith and Lea Michele are taking things up a notch on the cover GQ's November issue. Cory is shown grabbing the girls below the belt, and though Lea is sporting Rachel Berry's signature socks, she isn't wearing much else on the saucy cover.

Glee has been known for pushing the envelope on issues like race, religion sexuality and gender, so the tarty cover photo, shot by Terry Richardson, isn't too shocking, but we weren't expecting to see Rachel in her skivvies front and center like this.

Dianna is wearing a little more, but we're used to seeing her in that short WMHS cheerleading skirt, so this outfit seems tame. Lea, on the other hand, also gets sassy in the feature story where she talks about how she's glad she didn't listen to those who told her she needed a 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. 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. F*** 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.'"
It looks like Glee really is going wild! But as a role model for girls, should Lea be so scantily clad on a major magazine? Or is it really not that big of a deal, especially since the show isn't afraid of being controversial? Let us know what you think of the cover in the comments below. %Poll-54504%

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