Lea Michele Is Never Going to ‘Blame’ Her Behavior on Past Experiences, but You ‘Can’t Ignore’ the Context
Lea Michele is speaking out on how “Funny Girl” is introducing audiences to who she is after a process of self-reflection.Following allegations of toxic workplace behavior and racially insensitive bullying on the “Glee” set, Michele replaced Beanie Feldstein in the lead “Funny Girl” role on Broadway in July 2022.
Michele admitted she has “an edge” due to her need for perfection in performances, but added more context in a recent interview with Jeremy O.
Harris for Interview magazine.“I think these past two years have been so important for everybody to just sit back and reflect.
I did a lot of personal reach-outs,” Michele said.
“But the most important thing was for everybody to just take a step back.
More than anything, I’m so grateful to have this opportunity to apply the things that I’ve learned over the past ten-plus years in a positive way.
What I told
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