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The "Glee" cast hits a high style note. Photo: BRAKHA X2/Courtesy of Emmy Magazine

Call it a mashup of haute couture and Hollywood's hottest high-schoolers.

In the latest edition of Emmy magazine, the "Glee" cast say "cheerio" to their teenage togs in favor of more glamorous garb.

The guys -- Kevin McHale, Mark Salling, Chris Colfer, Matthew Morrison, and Cory Monteith -- look dapper in jackets, vests, ties, and pants, while the ladies -- Jessalyn Gilsig, Jenna Ushkowitz, Jayma Mays, Amber Riley, Lea Michele, and Dianna Agron -- appear prom-ready in knee-length girly frocks.

Jane Lynch, who plays snide coach Sue Sylvester, hangs up her track suit in favor of a dark top and pants.

The talented "Glee" gang posed for the magazine's For Your Consideration issue, which precedes the Emmy nominations and Primetime Emmy Awards (the Fox series, which just completed its freshman year, is thought to be a shoo-in for a nomination). Inside the issue, the stars appear in individual portraits and talk about their journey to the top.

Agron, 24, who plays pregnant cheerleader Quinn Fabray, shows off her fit figure in a demure pink dress with a tulle skirt, while her on-camera arch-nemesis Michele, 23, ditches her preppy attire for a seductively simple white frock with a sweetheart neckline.

"The minute I read Rachel Berry, I felt such a connection to her," says Michele, who moved producers to tears during her audition and was offered the role on the spot. "Her drive and passion for singing and performing -- that's my therapy in life. It helps me learn who I am."

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"Glee" cast members sitting pretty. From left to right, Lea Michele, Amber Riley, and Dianna Agron. Photos: BRAKHA X2/Courtesy of Emmy Magazine

Twenty-four-year-old Riley, who plays New Directions powerhouse Mercedes Jones, models a sexy black dress with lace panels for the inside shot and reveals that she tried out for "American Idol" but got the boot after her the first audition. Still, she's not bitter. "I don't have anything to say to the judges," she says. "I let my work speak for itself."

Don't stop believing, indeed!

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