Lea Michele has tackled TV and Broadway, and now the gorgeous actress is bringing her talents to the April cover of Seventeen magazine. Talking about the possibility of a Glee spin-off, being comfortable and confident with her body, and on finding, (and losing), her true love, the 27-year-old is an open book.
The 86th Academy Awards are a night to notice the most talented actors and actresses, most amazing directors, and of course most eye-opening films of the year. However, in 2013, the Hollywood world lost many huge stars. From James Gandolfini to Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Oscars put on a Memoriam for all of the stars that are no longer with us.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Walker, Sarah Jones, Cory Monteith, and Harold Ramis are only five of the countless people we’ve lost this year, but they’re also the top five people we’re hoping will be honored at the Academy Awards on March 2. Find out why below.
So so sad. Lea Michele‘s new song “If You Say So” takes us through the last conversation the Glee star had with her boyfriend Cory Monteith before he died in Vancouver on July 13. Listen to the emotional ballad here.
In a new interview, co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk revealed that while the cast is excited to take on some of the best Glee hits ever on the hundredth episode, it wasn’t easy to perform “Don’t Stop Believin'” without Cory Monteith. The song was the first and last that Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn performed together.
Lea Michele just dropped the most heartbreaking love song I’ve heard in a long time. “You’re Mine,” an emotional tribute to her late boyfriend Cory Monteith, features the Glee star’s trademark soaring vocals and packs a devastatingly painful punch.