‘Glee’ Star Lea Michele Preps Debut Album
Lea Michele has belted out some of a biggest ballads as Rachel Berry on “Glee,” though now a singer/actress is prepared to make some hits of her own. Michele has announced that she is prepping song for her entrance album.
“Just had a unequivocally sparkling song assembly and am unapproachable to announce that im strictly on a highway to creation my initial album! I’m so excited!” she tweeted on Tuesday. “There’s so most to be grateful for right now. Feeling so sanctified and thankful. And we couldn’t do it though all of you! Love we guys!”
The proclamation comes as a fourth deteriorate of “Glee” is underway. After graduating high propagandize final season, Rachel has headed off to New York City to pursue her dreams in low-pitched theater. This week’s part will be a second-ever reverence part to a cocktail princess, dubbed “Britney 2.0.”
In a teaser expelled forward of Thursday’s episode, fans got a ambience of what Michele will be adult to: putting her stamp on Spears’ signature 2000 hit, “Oops!…I Did It Again.” She performs a balance for her NYADA dance clergyman (Kate Hudson) and manages to take a already voluptuous lane and moist it adult by negligence it down and throwing in some “Chicago”-fied jazzy dance moves, all in a skin-tight black leotard.
With Rachel in NYC this season, all of a Gleeks have been widespread opposite a U.S. for a show’s latest season, and when MTV News spoke to her she common how vehement she was for a mixed story lines attack a show.
“You fundamentally have a kids who have graduated and their story lines, as good as a kids behind in high school,” Michele explained of a multi-location format kicking off this season. “I consider it’ll be unequivocally good since it gives us a event for a characters who have been on a uncover for a while to pierce on and to start new story lines, though afterwards a kids who are newer on a uncover will get to continue on.”
Much like her small-screen persona, Michele has roots in low-pitched theater. She kicked off her career in a mid-’90s, starring in “Les Miserables” and after “Ragtime” and “Fiddler on a Roof.” Michele was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her work in “Spring Awakening” and afterwards found Hollywood stardom when she sealed onto “Glee” in 2009.