Now that's devotion.
Heather Morris, who plays lovably ditzy cheerleader Brittany Pierce on "Glee," says she would give up acting on one of TV's hottest shows for the sake of her beau, Taylor Hubbell.
"My boyfriend doesn't like to see me kiss anyone on the show," the 24-year-old star told Fitness magazine in an interview for their October 2011 issue. "My mom either, but when I became Artie's girlfriend, she was relieved. She said, 'I'm happy you're no longer the slut!' because the running joke on the show is that Brittany has kissed or slept with everyone in school."
Heather is happy her wild character settled down with Artie (played by Kevin McHale) on the hit FOX series, as the actress said she would leave the world of showbiz rather than risk upsetting her boyfriend with her character's onscreen flings.
"I want to marry him so bad. That's what I really care about," she said. "I want to marry Taylor and have kids with him. I love acting, but if it affects my relationship, then I won't continue doing it."
The bubbly blonde also dished on losing a bit of baggage – her breast implants.
"Implants were something I thought I wanted when I was younger, and now I don't," Heather, a veteran dancer, told the mag. "It was hard being active with them, because my chest was always sore. It hurt a lot, and I didn't like always being in pain, so they had to go!"
The actress did not specify when she went under the knife for her implants or when she had them removed.
As for "Glee's" notorious roster of A-list guest stars, there's a certain actress Heather would like to see gracing the halls of William McKinley High – "Saturday Night Live" and "Bridesmaids" star Kristen Wiig.
"I keep telling ['Glee' show runner] Ryan Murphy that I'd die to work with her," she told the mag. "Hopefully, he'll see this and finally make it happen!"
For the full interview with Heather, pick up Fitness magazine's latest issue – available on newsstands on Tuesday.
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