Glee’s Jane Lynch in Racy Photos

Jane Lynch is adding to the pile of “controversial” Glee photos with her photoshoot for More magazine.

Photo Credit: More magazine

Lynch was happy to display her assets, which are usually covered up with the bulky sweat-suits that her character, Sue Sylvester, wears on the show.

The 50-year-old actress shows that she can get just as racy as her co-stars Lea Michele and Dianna Agron, which were recently on GQ’s cover (read more here).

Lynch shares her photo spread with hunky, half-naked men.

Along with her photo-op, the hilarious Cheerios coach revealed her serious side, admitting that she’s been sober for almost 10 years. Though her alcoholic tendencies were mild, she claims that she was tired of waking up feeling hungover and made the decision to give up alcohol.

Lynch told More, “Relatively speaking, my personal bottom was rather benign.” Lynch joked, “Had I known I’d be telling my story over and over again, I would have made it a lot better.”

Though Lynch is happily married to wife, psychologist Lara Embry, she admitted that she never thought she’d marry. “I’d never dated anyone that I wanted to marry. I didn’t think it was going to be out there for me. But the minute we were married, I felt the difference. I felt like I am no longer alone.”

Lynch joked that she’s doubly lucky, “I got married – and I married a doctor!”

Catch Lynch on Glee as well as More‘s November issue.

Something tells me Lynch’s photos won’t cause the same backlash that GQ’s Glee photos did.

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