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Fans React to Controversial Glee GQ Cover

Community Blabber: Fans Lash Out at Glee's GQ Photos

We love nothing more than when readers get heated in our comments section! Maybe you're upset with your favorite TV character or you're so over the newest song, but that sort of opinionated fervor is just what we like. This week was no exception, as you sounded off about Lea Michele, Grey's Anatomy, and the "Whip My Hair" craze. Check it out!

Fan outcry over Glee's GQ photos

  • "I think Lea Michele is so pretty, but she's trying too hard to prove that she's not Rachel Berry." — intensebandgeek
  • "I would definitely like Lea more if she didn't try so darn hard. It comes across as fake." — redchick152
  • "I'm tired of seeing Lea Michele without clothes." — stephley

For more of this week's hot button topics,

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Bring back Burke on Grey's Anatomy!

  • "I think the show has suffered without Burke, but I still watch sometimes." — stephley
  • "Burke [is my favorite character]! lol, which is probably why I don't watch anymore." — zeze
  • "I definitely think the show suffered without Burke!" — bluesarahlou

Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair": awesome or annoying?

  • "Wow, her voice is really good for a 9 year old. The Smith family is really talented!" — BlackKitty
  • "Wow, I'm sorry but this song is just annoying." — sookeh
  • "Uh yeah, super annoying." — amofoz
  • "It's just a matter of time before I hear this song on the radio, and I admit that I will probably be whipping my hair back and forth while I'm driving." — postmodernsleaze

Photo courtesy of Terry Richardson/GQ

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