Dianna Agron Sparking Up a Singing Career?
While rocking a few poses for the Ellen Von Unwerth-shot spread, the former "Glee" actress opened up about her role in The Killer's new song "Just Another Girl" and shared details about her budding singing career.
Highlights from Miss Argon's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Galore!
On her portrayal of Brandon Flowers in the new video:
"Playing Brandon Flowers in their ten year anniversary video was so damn cool. For a few reasons. When I moved to Los Angeles to pursue my big dreams, Hot Fuss, their first album, was out. I would blast 'Smile Like You Mean It' while driving over the canyons. Sing 'Mr. Brightside' at the top of my lungs on a night out with friends. I can’t believe it’s been a decade of residing in LA and having the Killers in my life. I’ve seen them once it concert, it was in Hyde Park, and I ended up backstage with a few friends plus another crew, which included Prince Harry, Beatrice and Eugenia. Usually I would not choose to be backstage at a concert, but this one was something different. It was sprinkling, and the audience did not care. Thousands upon thousands of the most hardcore fans danced together in this beautiful manner. It was like two shows were happening at once, the boys onstage and the crowd below. Thankfully, the day of the shoot was just as good as I could have imagined. The boys are funny, sweet and self deprecating, Plus Warren Fu, our director is a true talent. It made me so very happy."
On her ultimate beauty secrets:
"To maintain my blonde locks the purple shampoo is key. And there’s this detangler brush from London, it’s genius. It’s like five dollars and you can find them in Boots and things like that. It’s a genius thing and I panic if ever I think I’ve lost it. I’m a sucker for anything that saves time in regards to grooming."
On her thoughts about music:
"I guess I have to say no to an album in my future. You never know! It’d be nice to get into stuff that was more me, though I’ve loved everything I’ve had the chance to sing on 'Glee.' I’m lucky really. I grew up watching old musicals, which is what made me want to act. It’s come full circle and I am the happier for it. As for what my album would be called…..Not sure, definitely not Dianna Agron. Something fun. I’m trying to think of something on the spot. It’s not working. Instead random words are coming to mind. Bats, Night, Dark, Blue…"
Photo Credit Ellen Von Unwerth for Galore