Whoa, watch where you put your hands there, Cory Monteith! Monteith, Lea Michele, and Dianna Agron cover this month's GQ, and the Glee kids weren't shy about getting up close and personal (apparently Lea Michele also misplaced her pants). The stars spilled to the magazine about life behind the scenes of the hit show and their affinity for their fellow cast mates. Get a peek at the interview before it hits stands next week, then take a look at some of the photos from inside of the mag (warning: Michele's photo is a tad . . . overt).
Cory Monteith on Ryan Murphy's "no-trailer-sex" rule:
"The first I heard about that was in the media. I was like, 'Oh, really? Dammit!'"
Monteith on what really goes on inside those trailers:
"This sounds really cliché, but it's true — it's the high school experience I always wanted. Where we're all growing into this new life together and figuring it all out as we go. I remember I'd come home from fifth, sixth grade, and I'd watch Saved by the Bell and be like, 'I hope my high school experience is like that.' And it totally wasn't. It sucked.'"
Lea Michele on why the camaraderie among the show's cast needs to last:
"Someone from [another] television show came up to us at an event and said that and I got offended. Our show won't still be running in season three if we're not feeling that way, because then we won't be real, and people will see it. So let's hope that everything stays that way. Because I need this. I need this family!"
Dianna Agron on being the pregnant cheerleader on Glee:
"I remember Ryan saying, 'You're about to get pregnant.' And I thought, 'Bring it on.' When they put the pregnancy pad under my cheerleading outfit, I was walking around the set, and people were like, 'Only on Glee!'"
Photos courtesy of Terry Richardson/GQ