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Exclusive: Glee's Dianna Agron Talks New Site, That Game-Changing Haircut, & Music

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    Ever wonder what it might be like to be BFFs with a celeb? We don't mean go-on-reality-TV-and-be-ridiculous friends, but more like hang-out-and-talk-about-real-things friends, just with someone who happens to be famous. Us, too. And, as it turns out, Glee star Dianna Agron is giving us a little peek at that life, with her new site You Me & Charlie (according to Agron, that's the the imaginary space between you and me).

    She's billed it as an art and culture site, but it's actually a lot more than that. She, along with a handful of her contributor-friends, talks about books, music, art, life, and basic friend stuff. And the fact that she's smart and interesting certainly doesn't hurt. We particularly enjoy the revelation that Agron, much like us, is a huge fan of the Ryan Gosling Hey Girl screen-caps — seriously though, who isn't? What, are you dead inside?

    But we're getting off track here. The point is, we've always thought Dianna was a lovely girl who doesn't get nearly enough screen time. And now we're pretty sure she's our newest girl crush. To that end, we tracked her down and got her to spill all about her site, her music obsessions, and of course, all things fashion and beauty. Click through and then try and tell us you're not just a little bit smitten, too.

    Photo: Courtesy of You Me & Charlie
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