'Glee' actress Lea Michele walked off with the Favorite TV Comedy Actress People's Choice Award on tonight's telecast. Wearing a 40s-inspired fringed white dress, Michele delivered a calm and well put together acceptance speech. It was as though she knew she was going to win and prepared her "thank yous" in advance, unlike earlier winner Emma Stone, who issued a rambling and cutely incoherent speech.
Lea Michele's career is really sprouting wings. On Friday, her new movie 'New Year's Eve' will drop into theaters, bringing with it an unreal number of A-list co-stars. New York Magazine blog Vulture caught up with the familiar face recently to chat about her sure box office hit, as well as the latest on 'Glee' and the 'Les Miserables' movie rumors.
OK, so this might be an obvious one for 'Glee' fans, but we can't help but do a double take every time we see Lea Michele and Idina Menzel side by side! Michele and Menzel actually star on 'Glee' together as daughter and mother (respectively), and it's pretty obvious why Ryan Murphy and co. casted Menzel as Michele's onscreen mama.
Taylor Swift and Lea Michele may be duking it out over the much-desired role of Eponine in the film version of 'Les Miserables.' Swift and Michele would seem to be obvious choices to compete for the role of a lifetme, but Scarlett Johansson, who released an album of covers of Tom Waits songs, and Justin Bieber karaoke-er and Belieber Evan Rachel Wood are also reportedly in the running.
Allure's December cover girl Lea Michele not only talks about her unconventional beauty and the nose she will never have surgically altered in the issue -- the 'Glee' star also addressed those persistent rumors that her slim physique is the result of an eating disorder. As Michele explains, it's actually due to her vegan diet and jaw surgery, the latter of which restricted her caloric intake. This half-Italian superstar confessed to healthy relationship with food. Mangia!