Archive for the ‘2010’ Category
Sara   /   October 22, 2010

 Source: Radar Online |  Written By: Radar Staff |  Published On: 22 October 2010 |  Type: Article, Others on Dianna|  Filed Under: GQ Photoshoot

The brother of sexy Glee star Dianna Agron has leapt to his sister’s defense in the wake of the risqué GQ magazine shoot that some have labeled “near-pornographic.” “That’s so outrageous,” Jason Agron told in an exclusive interview. “My sister has turned down a lot of roles because she does not want to be naked. I looked at the pictures in the magazine and they’re not bad at all. I trust my sister and her judgment.”
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Sara   /   October 21, 2010

 Source: People Magazine |  Written By: David Shira |  Published On: 21 October 2010 |  Type: Article |  Filed Under: Glee

If Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus can get away with posing for racy magazine photos, why can’t the Glee kids? Dianna Agron, who posed for GQ‘s controversial photo shoot, is pointing out that she and costars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith are “not the first” celebrities to get scantily clad for a magazine spread. “Other public figures and shows . . . have pushed the envelope and challenged the levels of comfort in their viewers and fans,” Agron, 24, wrote on her blog.
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Sara   /   October 18, 2010

 Source: GQ Magazine |  Written By: Alex Pappademas |  Published On: 18 October 2010 |  Type: Article |  Filed Under: GQ Photoshoot, Glee

(Published in GQ Magazine October 2010) How the hell did a show about high school theater geeks come to be the biggest TV show in America? Well, T&A helps. (That’s talent and ambition, you pervs.) But so does a generous helping of pot-laced brownies, girl-on-girl subtext, and choreographed dry-humping. Gleeksters Lea Michele, Dianna Agron, and Cory Monteith pull Alex Pappademas into the vortex
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Sara   /   January 21, 2010

 Source: Broadway World |  Written By: Movies News Desk |  Published On: 21 January 2010 |  Type: Article |  Filed Under: 

In a story for Interview Magazine, Dianna Agron, who plays GLEE’s resident (dethroned) head cheerleader Quinn Fabray, reveals that the producers for the Fox hit TV show were initially hesitant to cast her because she exuded too much innocence for the role of Quinn. “They told me to come back with straight hair and to dress sexier,” she says. “Later that week, I started work.”
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Sara   /   January 11, 2010

 Source: Interview Magazine |  Written By: Lauren Waterman |  Published On: 11 January 2010 |  Type: Article, Video |  Filed Under: 

She’s the most famous knocked-up former cheerleader and celibacy-club president on TV. But Dianna Agron—a.k.a. Quinn Fabray, Glee’s sometimes lovable, occasionally manipulative deposed queen bee—nearly bailed on her audition for the show. “I was so nervous,” Agron admits. With her all-American beauty, Agron certainly looked the part, but the producers wondered if she appeared too innocent.
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