GQ Magazine's racy "Glee" photo shoot is making news again with the upcoming release of a behind the scenes video for the shoot shot by Terry Richardson for their November 2010 issue. The photo shoot has been the talk of the town since its release last month with parents being quite vocal in their outrage over the revealing photos.
All the outrage managed to bring GQ high traffic though with 33 million page views because of the "Glee" cast photo shoot. The photos featured Lea Michele, Dianna Argon and Cory Monteith with the girls barely dressed. Not the type of image one would want to promote to fans of the series that features students in the glee club of McKinley High.
Most fans of the series are teens and pre-teens with parents now looking to block their children from even watching the series because of the racy photos. No one expected the photo shoot to cause such a commotion, but the truth of the matter is this - sex sells. It is sad, but it is a fact that can't be denied.
GQ is only fanning the flames already started with the release of the photo shoot last month by releasing a new behind the scenes video. The video will probably will cause more outrage from parents once it hits.
The magazine is a business though, and they are going with what is hot. The shoot brought them viral amounts of traffic, and the video release will only bring in more. Wrong or not, they are doing what is best for their business, but the release of the video could only damage "Glee's" reputation more.Â Go here for the latest "Glee" news.
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