Stars of the popular teen TV show, 'Glee' issued a formal apology yesterday, over a Magazine cover shot that irate parents claimed promoted paedophilia.
The shots showed 'Glee' actors, Cory Monteith, Leah Michele and Dianna Agron in what could best be described as a suggestive pose, but one to which many parents took exception.
With many alleging that the pictures hovered around the fringes of paedophilia, as the actors play high school kids in the TV show.
Quite frankly, our staffers here at Skoob Entertainment News didn't have the slightest idea what on earth was going on. Apparently they were aware of Glee, but none of them had ever watched the show.
Basically because it's aimed at kids.
So what we did, was we consulted SEN supremo Buffty Ginslinger, who was a tad perturbed that we'd roused him from his slumbers at the ungodly hour of 4pm
Apparently he'd been arrested on the Kings Road after becoming involved in a fight with a litter bin.
"What?" he snarled as we posed the question about the cast of Glee doing paedophilic stuff on the cover.
Stirring his hungover bones, Buffty informed us:
"Why are you even bothering me with this nonsense? It's all absolute bollocks. Cory Monteith is almost thirty years old, and Leah and Dianna are both young ladies in their twenties. They aren't schoolkids, they're mature actors earning a living in the goldfish bowl that is Hollywood. I don't know why they struck suggestive poses for a photoshoot - you'd have to ask the bloody snapper that. He's essentially the director of the photo shoot. It's just a case of the bloody PC Brigade gone mental again if you ask me. Now fuck off and let me get some sleep. I got busted again last night for fighting a litter bin and I'm not really on top form. Need sleep. Be a love and fuck off."
Apologies from SEN for Buffty's unusually belligerent attitude, but the following day, after being arrested for fighting a litter bin, perhaps his belligerence is understandable. To a degree.
More as we get it.