'Glee' star Jane Lynch reveals all and how she beat the booze

Glee star Jane Lynch has a near naked photo shoot of her own -- and has proved she can get sexy too like her co-stars who appeared in GQ.

Lynch is pictured in a leopard's skin ensemble with handsome, half naked men in the new issue of 'More' magazine.

She also admits in the interview her battle with booze which she says she has now conquered.

She says she decided to drop her 'drinking culture" roots -- her Irish ones, when she was 31.

She said she was sick of waking up with hangovers.

The lesbian star said;

"Relatively speaking, my personal bottom was rather benign," she says. She used to joke at 12-step meetings, "Had I known I'd be telling my story over and over again, I would have made it a lot better."

She also says she is happy with wife psychologist Lara Embry, whom she dated after meeting last year at a lesbian rights fundraiser.

"I'd never dated anyone that I wanted to marry," she says. "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."

And it's a double-high note: "I got married – and I married a doctor!"


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