Lea Michele Talks Cory, Her Album and…A Spin-Off?

With Glee coming to an end, every member of the cast is keeping their fingers crossed that producers will tap them for their own show. As I told you, Naya Rivera hopes to see Santana get a spin off (don’t hold your breath, honey) and I’m sure Chris Colfer feels that Kurt is totes ready to have a solo series. But Lea Michele–surprise surprise–also wants a shot:

“Let’s do it. I think it could be Rachel living in New York and working on Broadway!” she crowed to Seventeen magazine. I suppose this would make the most sense, but I’m not sure if I could stand an hour of pure uncut Lea Michele, could you?

Lea Michele ELLE 20th annual Women in Hollywood celebration


Lea also discussed her new musical venture with the mag…

“Louder has songs that express extreme love and some pain,” she revealed. “I look at it and think, That was my year. I didn’t record any songs that I didn’t completely relate to.”

Lea also took the opportunity to talk about Cory Monteith’s tragic passing.

“I only have happy memories of Cory. He was not his addiction – unfortunately, it won. But that wasn’t who he was. Cory made me feel like a queen every day. From the minute he said, ‘I’m your boyfriend,’ I loved every day, and I thank him for being the best boyfriend and making me feel so beautiful.”

Lea Michele On Location with Glee


Hmm darlings. I feel for Lea and all, but aren’t you sick of her talking about Cory every chance she gets–especially when she’s plugging her new album? Do you think it’s tacky and icky, or is it something she has to do to deal with it all? Tell me your thoughts on this Gleek gone wild…XOXO.

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  1. Tayah Said:

    I don’t believe Lea is using Cory’s passing in anyway. It is something she has to live with day by day and there are also songs on her new album about him, but also people are constantly questioning her about it so she doesnt have much choice.

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