VIDEO Glee’s Heather Morris shows off her dance moves for Esquire

Glee's Heather Morris hosts Esquire Magazine's 50 Songs Every Man Should Be Listening To

You don’t land the role of the world’s favorite ditsy blond cheerleader for the six-time national championship high school cheerleading squad without having some dancing chops, and Glee actress Heather Morris definitely has some dancing chops! Or at least I think she has some dancing chops – I could just be confused because I’m a guy and good gracious that girl is HOTTTT!!!

So why is Heather Morris wearing a revealing leotard and moving in ways not allowed in numerous countries? She’s hosting “50 Songs Every Man Should Listen To” in the May, 2011 Esquire music issue and felt she needed to show she’s got the appropriate resume for telling us dudes what we need to be hearing. (Plus, it completely abolishes any hesitance by overly hetero male readers to read something hosted by someone from that high school musical show on Fox. Success!)

Morris, who scored her role on Glee after being brought in to teach the cast the choreography to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” video (which she was a back-up dancer on), offers up commentary on the 50 new tracks, but sadly doesn’t perform a dance routine for each. Here’s the list of songs and performers – for Heather’s input as well as some of her likes and dislikes when it comes to guys, pick up the new music issue of Esquire magazine on newsstands now! (Or will be shortly anyway) Also, their website has streaming versions of most every song as well!

Heather Morris playing some sexy air guitar for the 2011 Esquire magazine music issue

“Who Have You Been Loving,” Bobby Long, A Winter Tale

“Tour of Duty,” Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Here We Rest

“Truth,” Alexander, Alexander

“You’re Lionel Richie,” Mogwai, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will

“Get Some,” Lykke Li, (Beck Remix)

“Morning Mr Magpie,” Radiohead, The King of Limbs

“You Smoke Too Much,” Old 97’s, The Grand Theatre Volume One

^ “Let England Shake,” PJ Harvey, Let England Shake
“Because not enough songs are built around xylophone riffs.”

“You Don’t Own the Road,” The Kills, Blood Pressures

“Sofi Needs a Ladder,” Deadmau5, 4×4=12

“Mine Is Yours,” Cold War Kids, Mine Is Yours

“Dang Me” (featuring Chocolate Genius), Buddy Miller’s the Majestic Silver Strings, The Majestic Silver Strings

“The World (Is Going Up in Flames),” Charles Bradley, No Time for Dreaming

“Two Against One” (featuring Jack White), Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi, Rome

“Baby’s Got a Blue Flame,” Bosco Delrey, Everybody Wah

“Blood and Guts,” Middle Brother, Middle Brother

“Sydney (I’ll Come Running),” Brett Dennen, Loverboy

“Still New,” Smith Westerns, Dye It Blonde

“Rabbit Will Run,” Iron and Wine, Kiss Each Other Clean

Heather Morris of Glee in Esquire magazine 2011“Cross the Fader,” Jamaica, No Problem

“Rubber,” Yuck, Yuck

“Yonkers,” Tyler, the Creator, Goblin

“Mushroom Story,” Todd Snider, Live: The Storyteller

“Stomp and Holler,” Hayes Carll, KMAG YOYO

“Wake and Be Fine,” Okkervil River, I Am Very Far

“For Anyone,” Beady Eye, Different Gear, Still Speeding

“I’ll Take Care of U,” Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx, We’re New Here

“Just for Show,” Atmosphere, The Family Sign

“Famous Last Words,” Mick Harvey, Sketches from the Book of the Dead

“Pursuit of Happiness,” Lissie

“Colours,” Grouplove, Grouplove

“Lost in My Mind,” The Head and the Heart, The Head and the Heart

“January Hymn,” The Decemberists, The King Is Dead

“Rock ‘N’ Roll,” Raekwon, Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang

“Will Do,” TV on the Radio, Nine Types of Lights

“Under Cover of Darkness,” The Strokes, Angles

“Nothing Else Matters,” Scala & Kolacny Brothers, Circle

“I Just Don’t Care Enough (To Carry On),” Johnny Cash, Bootleg Vol. II: From Memphis to Hollywood

“Heart Attack,” Raphael Saadiq, Stone Rollin’

“Desire,” Anna Calvi, Anna Calvi

“Breaking In,” Raphael Saadiq

“One Way Out,” Dhani Harrison

“Last Night in Detroit,” Brendan Benson

“Bury My Body at Elmwood,” Ben Blackwell

“Line No. 7,” Dierks Bentley

Photos: Esquire