We knew back in September that Glee star Lea Michele had tattooed a tribute to late boyfriend Cory Monteith somewhere on her body. In October, we finally got a glimpse of part of the tattoo, which read “if you say so” on Lea’s right rib cage just below her breast. Those were reportedly the last words Cory ever spoke to her.
Now the Glee star has decided to pay tribute to the last words of her late boyfriend Cory through song as well as ink. While finishing up her new solo album, Lea Michele added one more song at the last minute in honor of Cory. “The album was done, and the label said, ‘Do you want to add anything?” Lea told Elle magazine. “I was like, ‘I might regret it if I don’t.”
Gleeks rejoice! Lea Michelle has reportedly signed up for a Glee spinoff series focused around her character’s road to stardom. The series will also allegedly star some of our other favorite Glee characters, including Chris Colfer as Kurt and possibly Naya Rivera as Santana. Other fan favorite characters may also appear on the show in guest roles.
A source reportedly told Radar Online the Glee spinoff series will be announced soon. This news comes on the heels of creator Ryan Murphy’s announcement that Glee will end in 2015 after the conclusion of the sixth season.
Poor Lea Michele – when you play an underage character on TV, apparently it prevents you from ever being able to act like an adult again. Â Lea, whose character on Glee is a teenage student, is 24 in real life, and like many 24-year-olds with bodies to die for, she likes to dress sexy sometimes. Â Big deal, right?
Well, apparently it is a big deal for some parents, who have taken issue with Lea’s recent cover shot for Cosmopolitan in which she wears a low-cut dress showing lots and lots of cleavage. Â The argument the parents have made is that Lea is a role model for young girls, and she should act that way at all times. Cosmo’s response was clear and to the point: “Lea Michele is a grown woman and Cosmopolitan is a magazine is for adults.” Â I mean, duh.