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Dianna Agron Says No to Recording Album

February 23, 2011 (3:04 am) GMT
Although she shows her pipe on 'Glee', the depicter of Quinn has no intention to become a full-time singer.

has no plans to follow her "" co-stars and into the music business - she's too focused on her acting. The blonde beauty shot to fame playing school cheerleader Quinn in the all-singing, all-dancing U.S. show, but while her co-stars have gone on to record albums, Agron has no urge to head into the studio.

She tells Interview magazine, "I never solicited myself as a singer until I realized I could use that to a musical standpoint. I loved musicals growing up. Classic films were some of the only ones I watched. So when the opportunity came for the show to audition, of course it was all of a sudden, 'I sing! I sing! Send me in, please. I beg of you'."

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