Glee’s Dianna Agron shows she’s more than the sum of her hit show’s character Quinn Fabray in a racy new photo shoot for Flaunt magazine. Of course, it may not sit well with parents’ groups.
Agron, 25, poses with flaming red lips, heavy mascara and dark eyeshadow and the skimpiest of dresses, something cheer-leading Quinn might also do on a larik.
Agron has pushed the limits on sexually both on and off-screen.
As a result, she and the show have butted heads with conservative parents’ groups over the overt sexuality and frank portrayals of homosexuality on “Glee.”
Check out Dianna’s photos; click to enlarge.
Agron’s character suffers the travails of a good/bad girl, while Chris Colfer’s character is routinely bullied, not only for being gay, but also for being part of the very unpopular Glee Club.
Of course, millions of fans love both characters as well as the club. Agron’s Quinn has had her share of ups and downs.
She gives up a baby for adoption, hides the fact that she was once fat and loses the prom queen by Colfer’s Kurt Hummel.
For her 25th birthday, Agron cut her shaggy blonde locks and raised eyebrows with her sophisticated new look.
“It’s almost like putting on the glasses and all of a sudden you’re smarter,” she told the magazine.
“It’s a very interesting and lovely observation that I keep having of how people treat me now that my hair’s different,” she said.
Indeed, she may play a high school student, but she’s a full-on sex siren.
At least she definitely looks the part in an emerald green bodysuit with black gloves, a black sequined slip dress and a gold strapless dress with heels.
“I’m the happiest that I’ve ever been,” Agron says. “Ever.
“High school, middle school—I’ve loved every part of getting older and growing, but I definitely think that this is the most I’ve ever felt like myself and that I’m being treated like who I feel I am.”
Check out her photos.