Heather Morris for Esquire Magazine
Girls of Glee for a woman’s magazine:
Glee girl for a woman’s magazine:
Glee girl for a men’s magazine:
We’re not exactly making a profound and original observation. And we’re not even complaining. Nothing at all wrong with a gal showing off her body to the boys if she wants to and nothing wrong with the boys for wanting to take a look. Consider it an OCD-like cataloging of patterns. Just about the only thing that saves the pictures from being predictable is Heather herself, who has such great energy, she can make even the “bathing suit and heels” spread look a little fresh.
She also gave Esquire, who frantically cupped its balls and ensured us in the first 5 words of the article that neither Esquire nor its readers would ever watch a show like Glee, some dancing tips so the readers of Esquire can kid themselves into thinking that they’d ever have a shot with anyone who looks like Heather Morris – which is in no way an indictment of the manliness of the readership of Esquire.
“Get really into it.
The simplest way to do something cool is the cross-turn. Like in the ’80s — Michael Jackson did it. You jump and cross your legs together at the same time, and then spin out of it. That’s it.
You don’t want to be too cool. But you don’t want to be too dorky.
Still, I find it so much better to see a guy at a club being a dork, and having fun, than trying to be sexy.
Looking down and shuffling is pretty great. But not the Running Man.
I can’t stand it when someone comes up behind a girl and grabs her hips and tries to grind with her. It’s offensive. Why would you do that to me?”
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