Lea Michele Has Some Advice For Herself


Sometimes, while covering red carpets, things get a bit hectic and reporters have to pool together for "grouped" interviews. They are not ideal, but on occasion this sort of group effort leads to the shared amazingness of picking up on the strange sound bites that celebrities might give.

On Monday night, we were at the Glamour Women of the Year event, and when "Glee" star Lea Michele arrived to do press on the red carpet, we had the pleasure of splitting time with her with the AP and New York magazine. Lea played it straight with us when we asked her about this week's sexy times "Glee" episode.

In the process of learning that the episode would teach us a lesson about life, we also learned that "Glee" co-star Jonathan Groff has a goat on his family's farm named … Lea Michele, and that that goat just had babies. So a big Mazel to Lea the Goat.

In the issue of the magazine, the editors ran childhood photos of the honorees, including a headshot of Lea as a child. “It’s so Rachel Berry," she joked about the photo. "I swear, I look at child photos of me and I'm like, 'That is Rachel Berry, 100 percent.'" The actress/singer also had this advice for her younger self: "Keep doing what you're doing guuurl."

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