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Katy Perry is loving life these days. She's newly married and her music is climbing the charts. Her impact on popular culture has even been honored by Glee.

A number of music stars of different genres, namely Lady Gaga, Madonna and Britney Spears, have gotten the Glee treatment so far. Now it's Katy's turn.

The Fox show's cast recently put together a terrific cover of "Teenage Dream," and Mrs. Russell Brand immediately took to Twitter to express her approval.

Gleeful KP

Katy Perry is the latest star to be immortalized on Glee.

"Oh… My… Gosh… this just brought a sweet tear to my eye! Teenage Dream on GLEE makes my heart go WEEEE!" wrote Katy, and we must say we AGREEEE!

To hear the Glee cast's cover, with Darren Criss - who plays a character named Blaine, rumored to be boyfriend of Kurt - on lead vocals, CLICK HERE!

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As the controversy surrounding this week's GQ photos of the Glee cast continues to swirl, Playgirl has an offer for a couple actors on the show:

Wanna make like your co-stars?

Heather Morris on Glee

In the scandalous pictorial, Dianna Agron and Lea Michele look very nice and oh so naughty, prompting this publication to reportedly ask Chord Overstreet and Mark Salling to pose similarly in a future issue.

"We would be very willing to pay for them both - up to 100 thousand," a Playgirl rep told E! News. "And it wouldn't have to be fully X-rated, either."

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The Parents Television Council has compared them to pedophilia.

Katie Couric has said they don't "fit the Glee gestalt."

Now, cast member Dianna Agron has spoken out about the racy GQ photos that have created an uproar for her, stars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith and the show in general.

GQ Glee Photo

In a blog entry, the actress says she is speaking only for herself and "in perpetuating the type of images that evoke these kind of emotions, I am sorry." She goes on to write:

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Has Glee gone too wild?

Reader opinion seems split on whether not it was appropriate for cast members Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith to pose provocatively in the latest issue of GQ, as seen HERE and in the following spread.

Glee Goes Wild

But the Parents Television Council does not have mixed feelings on the pictorial. It released a harsh statement today that reads:

“It is disturbing that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult men, is sexualizing the actresses who play high school-aged characters on ‘Glee’ in this way. It borders on pedophilia. By authorizing this kind of near-pornographic display, the creators of the program have established their intentions on the show’s direction. And it isn’t good for families."

Agron and Michele are 24; Monteith is 28. Do you agree with this statement? Does it take it go overboard in its critique? Check out more photos and sound off in our poll below.

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Glee airs at the family-friendly hour of 8 p.m. and aims for a young demographic of viewers.

But this isn't a show that shies away from sex-related topics, as two students on the series have lost their virginity in one night stand-like situations; while the term "scissoring" was actually mentioned on last week's episode.

Now, Glee cast members Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and Cory Monteith have posed provocatively for GQ. Do these poses cross a line? You tell us...

Glee Covers GQ
  • Lea Michele in GQ
  • Dianna Agron Pic

As for the interview inside the magazine, we've posted the following excerpts.

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Glee hit a home run with its Madonna episode, but whiffed with its Britney Spears tribute.

Might the show try to break this tie with yet another installment dedicated to a pop singer?

Pretty Taylor

As she makes the media rounds in anticipation of her new album's October 25 release date, Taylor Swift was asked about the Fox hit by Zap2It. Making it unclear whether she would guest star or her songs would be used on the series, Swift replied:

"There have been conversations and when those happen with all these new opportunities, it usually comes down to scheduling. I'm a huge fan of the show, and I think it showcases music in a great way, so I would be really excited if anything were to happen there."

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Last week, the Parents' Television Council came down on Glee for implying that Britney Spears was any kind of role model.

We wonder if the group will have anything to say about this: on last night's episode of the Fox hit, a scene featured high school cheerleaders Brittany and Santana talking, smooching in bed... and referencing their experience with "scissoring!"

Glee Pic

Glee is all about self-expression. But does it ever go too far?

Considering the hour at which the show airs, along with its popularity among teens, it's shocking this reference made it past network censors.

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Last month's Britney Spears Glee episode earned a show-record 13.3 million viewers and several spots on the Billboard charts. But the response wasn't all positive.

Some reviewers felt it was fluff from a series renowned for great writing on weighty topics (see this week's "Grilled Cheesus"). Others were just plain offended.

The Parents' Television Council deemed the "Britney/Brittany" episode the worst thing on TV that week, a "pandering tribute" to a "toxic teen role model." Ouch!

Britney Spears and Heather Morris

Some parents were not thrilled with Brittany or Britney.

Part of the PTC's beef was that more children are likely to watch Glee than other series, making the content more objectionable than that of all other programs.

On top of bashing the "skimpy outfits," the group calls the episode an "endorsement of narcotics abuse, public masturbation, and school-sanctioned burlesque."

The PTC also slammed the focus on Britney Spears personally.

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Following a disappointing episode dedicated to Britney Spears, let's hope the Glee producers stop taking suggestions from fans... and also from washed-up singers.

Joey Fatone told People this week that he'd love to see an installment of the Fox hit pay tribute to his former boy band, saying the show could go "so many ways" with songs from the NSYNC catalog.

"I saw the Britney Spears one and I thought it was kind of cool. I said, 'You know what? They should do an 'NSYNC one.' So I mentioned it on Twitter, and everyone is retweeting it and saying, 'That would be great!'"

NSYNC Pic

Are they really, Joey? Fans might just be clamoring for the appearance of a specific former member of the group. Unless we're mistaken. Would you wanna see this boy band honored on the show?

 

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Britney Spears may not be quite on the level of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston when it comes to bogus tabloid reports, but she's not far behind.

Ever since the singer went legitimately insane in 2007, celebrity gossip sites have had a field day, so much so that her site has a "BS report" to call them out.

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We expect a rebuttal of this ASAP, but it's too funny not to share: The Enquirer says Britney was scared of the Glee cast ... and all strangers for that matter.

Is Britney Spears actually shy, even afraid of people?

The troubled singer supposedly snubbed the cast of Glee when she filmed her cameo for its Britney Spears episode because she has a weird phobia of strangers.

“They were starstruck, but Britney didn’t mix with them at all,” a source said. “She was isolated while on set, and the cast was forbidden to contact her directly.”

Sources say Britney’s dread of human contact stems from situations in which hordes of overzealous fans have swarmed her, which actually isn't that far-fetched.

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