Lea Michele covers the March 2014 issue of Teen Vogue, looking lovely, soft and spring-ready. She was interviewed by actor Jonathan Groff, her longtime friend, so she was comfortable as she opened up. She was supremely honest, especially about her upcoming solo debut 'Louder' and how her late boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith is still in her heart.
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Lea Michele is on a roll. Her 'Cannonball' has decimated everything in its way in the last three Pop Clash battles. This week, she hopes to extend her reign for a fourth week, which would earn her a spot in the Pop Clash Hall of Fame. But she's got some work to do before she gets there and she has a huge hurdle in front of her in the form of Timeflies.
Lea's gettin' loud. Make that 'Louder.' And you know what? We like it.
This week's Pop Clash finds two dark-haired TV beauties with musical careers going head-to-head, voice-to-voice. The lovely Lea Michele emerged the victor last week with her debut solo single 'Cannonball' beating that other "baller" track -- Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball.' Before that, Miss Lea Michele beat out former 'High School Musical' star Ashley Tisdale.
Following Lady Gaga's four-week win with 'Do What U Want' (putting her and the song in the Pop Clash Hall of Fame), PopCrush is closing out the year with a new Pop Clash between two beloved TV stars with amazing and unique voices. Lea Michele, aka 'Glee' heroine Rachel Berry, is rocking solo single 'Cannonball,' while former 'High School Musical' vixen Ashley Tisdale, who played Sharpay Evans to perfection, returned to music when she penned an emotional new tribute to her grandfather, 'You're Always Here.'