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VIDEO: Glee’s Racy GQ Spread – Now See Video From Behind-The-Scenes!

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Just a few weeks ago, Glee trio Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith stirred the pot with a racy photoshoot for GQ magazine’s November issue, triggering conservative groups like the Parents Television Council to cry foul, claiming the images were inappropriate for those playing high school characters.

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Now, the pages have been brought to life, as the magazine Friday released a video of the shoot, with a few moments that will sure to raise more eyebrows, like when Michele spreads her legs on a locker room bench, suggestively licks at a lollipop or tears her shirt off to reveal her bra.

Michele told the magazine of the shoot: “I don’t know how they got me to do half the stuff I did, but I was in really good shape this summer.”

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On Monday, she appeared on Conan, saying she never thought the shoot would “be a big deal as it was” and that she and her co-stars were “just having a good time” working with photographer Terry Richardson.

Glee‘s Mark Salling, who plays Puck on the Fox hit, told KIIS-FM last month that “it’s not a big deal” because the actors aren’t really the high school kids they play on TV.

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“I mean, they’re 28- and 23-years-old,” Salling said. “Lea’s 23-years-old, and she has every right to do that. C’mon, we’re not in high school, its kind of tongue-in-cheek that we’re in high school. People are starving… there’s enough controversy in the world.”

Glee airs Tuesday night at 8/7c on Fox.

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