Chosen as the focal point of their year-beginning offering, Dianna Agron adorns the cover of the January 2012 issue of Nylon.
The "Glee" beauty posed for a Beatles inspired spread shot by Marvin Scott Jarrett while opening up about topics ranging from her childhood days to her current doings on the web.
Highlights from Dianna's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit Nylon!
On whether she's single:
"I may be... or I may not be!"
On getting her start with ballet lessons:
"I remember girls dividing up PowerBars - they'd eat an eighth of a PowerBar for a rehearsal, and maybe have another eighth of a PowerBar hours later."
On her childhood:
"I was lucky because I could just embrace being so young - having the guy that you like to throw rocks at your window and him being like 'Come outside!' and being so nervous and sneaking out and being like 'Let's run to the park!' and then just running down the street, laughing, like, 'Oh my God, what if your mom and dad came out right now?'"
On her first venture on posting things on the web:
"The Tumblr site was kind of an experiment. We were in Australia on tour with the show and I thought, I'm traveling, I love photography, I'm not filming - it'd be fun to do something creative, so I started posting photos and the music I was listening to."
On her You and Me and Charlie website:
"It's mainly art-based, but it's also a forum for people to love and support each other. I realized that just by posting something, I can really influence someone's day."
On when she'll at some point bid farewell to her "Glee" co-stars:
“The first days of not being in the company of those amazing people, I’m going to cry my eyes out. We’re taking it day by day.”
On comparisons to her character, Quinn:
“Especially in the beginning, [reporters] really wanted us to be like our characters, to simplify things. I was playing a well put-together, popular character, and they were trying to push me into it, like that had been my entire life. And the whole time, my teenage self was crying at that.”
On holiday shopping:
“I realized that if I don’t do Christmas early, I don’t give people meaningful gifts. I’m maybe halfway done with my Christmas shopping, which makes me feel over-prepared and happy at the same time.”