Glee star Lea Michele is featured in Prestige magazine’s March 2012 issue. The always glamorous, Lea wows on cover page wearing jeweled bodysuit by Dolce & Gabbana.
25-year-old sexy actress is looking red carpet ready in Zac Posen gown, accessorize with Sandrine Clayton rings. She also poses in Alexander Mcqueen, Tom Ford and Versace for Prestige magazine’s latest issue. This sizzling babe is photographed by Darren Tieste and styled by Paris Libby.
Check out some excerpts from her interview with mag:
Who are your favourite guest stars: Everyone is so fantastic. We have such great people who come on. I mean, it’s like everyone that they pick is so fantastic. I had such a great time with Gwyneth [Paltrow], though. She’s such an awesome person. I can’t believe the fact that I’ve had the opportunity to work and sing with Gwyneth Paltrow. She is definitely up there as one of my favourites.
Do you have time to watch other TV shows: Of course! It’s all that I really do with my free time, because I work so much and I’m not really a big going-out girl. I don’t go out and I don’t do stuff like that, so for me if I’m not outside spending some time with friends over a nice dinner, I’m generally home watching television because it’s just the best way for me to wind down from my day.
What are your guilty pleasures when it comes to TV: Oh my gosh. Anything reality [laughs]. I will literally watch anything, from Hoarders to Say Yes to the Dress. Anything like that. I just think that sort of mindless entertainment really will get your mind off anything that’s going on in your life.
What was it like working with Ashton Kutcher in New Year’s Eve: He’s so great. I think that what people don’t know about him is how intelligent he is. Not just like smart, but like really smart. I had to go home and brush up on my politics and everything current that’s going on so that I could keep up with him because he’s so well read and so well informed. He was also just so helpful with me in being comfortable and just helping me out, being that it was my first film.
Movie-wise, is there anything new on your plate: I have an animated movie coming out this year called Dorothy of Oz. I’m really excited about that. I’m just right now trying to wrap up this third season of Glee and make sure that it’s really good, and over my summer hopefully I’ll be able to line something up before I start season four.
Who are your idols in showbiz: I love Barbra Streisand. Everyone knows that about me. I think that she is incredible. I also love so many people…Meryl Streep. Right now I’m so in love with Michelle Williams. She’s such a role model for me, especially coming from being part of a teen television show. She was on Dawson’s Creek for so many years and then she made such an incredible transition to now being an Oscar-nominated actress and such a fantastic performer. She’s definitely someone that I look up to.
How did you get involved with PETA: I was just living in New York and went on to their website one day and said I would like to help and they contacted me. The point is that anyone can do it. I have such a passion because I adore animals so much. I’ve been working with them ever since.
What is your earliest memory of performing in front of people: Well, the first time I ever performed was when I was eight years old and I was auditioning for a Broadway show [Les Misérables] and I ended up getting the job. I was lucky enough to get the first job that I auditioned for.
Do you have a wild side: Do I have a wild side? Well, I do have 14 tattoos. But I also do come home every single night and watch reality TV with my cat. I’d say for the most part I’m a very outgoing person. I have a lot of energy. I love being around people. But I’m not wild in the sense of “going out” wild. I’m much more homebody. I’m much more being in intimate places with people. I definitely say I am an outgoing person. I’m an energetic, spontaneous person. But the wild stuff…if it’s there, it’s private.
Is there anything about you that your fans would be surprised to know: I think that people would be surprised to know how nervous I get when I perform sometimes. I did a huge arena tour last summer all over Europe and I was nervous every night. It helps me do a better job.
Do you have time for a dating life? Or is it all work, work, work: I was in a relationship for a very long time [with Theo Stockman] and I’m newly single now for the past couple of months and just enjoying taking care of myself and working right now at this point in my life.
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