“I’m having a great time. I feel like they say ‘You lose a boyfriend and you gain a best friend’ and that’s really my situation exactly.”
Michele on losing her boyfriend, Theo Stockman, but gaining a best friend. Who I’m also assuming is Theo Stockman. Is that how that works? See, anytime I broke up with a dude (or a dude dumped me), there wasn’t a whole lot of “let’s be best friends!” going on there. Sometimes there was civil feelings, sometimes there was overt anger or sadness, but there was always, always *some* kind of weirdness, and I’m sorry, but that’s not the kind of weirdness you have with your best friend.
Sorry to hear you’re back on the market, Lea. I hear the economy’s bad and no one’s buying these days.
October 25, 2011 at 2:30 pm by Sarah
“He [Ashton] really takes everything so seriously, but then he would also make me laugh so hard and play pranks on me [during the filming of New Year's Eve]. One day, I opened up a door and he was supposed to be there fully clothed and he wasn’t. That was awesome.”
October 25, 2011 at 9:30 am by Emily
I know, saying that Lea Michele is a diva is like saying Lady Gaga is wacky or Katy Perry is dumb. But I’m just trying to keep you guys in the know, and this is my livelihood, you know, so we’re just going to have to settle in for some good old-fashioned eye-rolling on this fine Monday morning, because Lea Michele is being a diva bitch again, this time on the set of Glee:
“Everyone was supposed to throw spaghetti with meatballs, salad and other assorted foods at each other,” an insider tells Star. “Lea pitched a fit, wanting no part of it.
“She is a vegan and a strong believer in not eating any meat products. The thought of being hit by meatballs grossed her out, so she was adamant that absolutely none be thrown her way!”
Producers instructed the cast, crew and extras to throw only salad at “Princess Lea” and told them that if they disobeyed, “they would be kicked off set immediately,” says the source.
So her food-fight costars took full advantage of the vegetarian option. “Everyone armed themselves with tons of salad to throw her way,” reveals the insider.
Glee staffers say Lea’s imperious manner is nothing new. “She doesn’t even like to look the other actors in the eye,” says the source. “She thinks she’s better than everyone else.”
Of course she doesn’t like looking the other actors in the eye. That’s not a surprise at all. The real surprise of this story is how “hit Lea Michele in the face with meat” just became one of my major goals in life. Anybody else?
October 24, 2011 at 7:30 am by Emily
Look! Lea Michele did something (fashion-wise, anyway) that I can get behind! I am just loving this dress. And I’m loving the way Lea Michele looks in it. I don’t always agree with her fashion choices (OK, I almost never agree with her fashion choices), but this time, I think she’s hit it out of the park. Now, if we could just get her to stop talking, we might be making progress with little Miss Glee.
October 4, 2011 at 10:30 am by Sarah
Does this excite you, or fill you with a dread knowing that there’s going to be a sort of Valentine’s Day redux? To be fair, I haven’t even seen Valentine’s Day, but New Year’s Eve doesn’t look all that awful. … Not that I’m willing to give Taylor Swift a chance or anything.
What next, Groundhog Day?
… Oh, wait.
September 28, 2011 at 5:30 am by Sarah
If we’re being perfectly honest here, there is not a thing that Lea Michele can do to make herself tolerable, to me, at least. I don’t care for her attitude, I don’t care for her performances, and I really don’t care for her fashion sense. So what does this girl do? She goes and hits me where it hurts – ugly colorless dresses and stupid, stupid facial expressions.
Well played, Lea. Well played indeed.