Lea Michele has the most gorgeous skin, right? Right. So the Glee star would do anything to keep her skin healthy and safe from the harsh UV rays of the sun — and she's urging you to join her! Check out the 27-year-old's new PSA for It's That Worth It campaign, in which she takes on melanoma instead of belting out a Broadway tune.

"Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. It's hard to imagine, but not wearing sunscreen is just too risky, even for someone with my complexion," Lea begins. "We've been told not to smoke and not to text while driving, and now we must be told to never forget our sunscreen, regardless of our age or skin type. It's that worth it."

The L'Oreal Paris spokesperson is on a mission to help rid the world of this deadly disorder, which makes sense because May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. We're happy to hear Lea share the dangers of melanoma, using her star power to help raise awareness to such an easy thing to avoid.

Check out the PSA below!

What do you think of Lea's melanoma PSA? Will you take her advice? Hit the comments and sound off.

Glee airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!