Former “Glee” star Lea Michele shares the key to a successful and meaningful relationship.
Need romantic advice? Listen to some of Lea Michele’s words. The 28-year-old singer revealed that in order to have a fruitful relationship, she believes a person must be “totally okay” with oneself. "I think that the only way that anyone can really have a successful relationship is if they are totally okay on their own," she exclusively told E! Online. "For me, throughout my whole life, I've just really tried to grow and strengthen myself individually and become the most happy, healthy person on my own that I can become."
"And then whatever the universe brings into my life, it will," the “Cannonball” singer added. Michele is dating Matthew Paetz, who she met in one of her music videos.
The singer-songwriter recently paid tribute to her former boyfriend, the late Cory Monteith, who died of a drug overdose in 2013. According to the Daily Mail, Michele commemorated his second death anniversary by sharing heartfelt message in memory of “Glee’s” Finn Hudson. She posted a silhouette of Monteith happily driving into the sunset with a caption: “Today we remember the laughter and joy you brought into our lives everyday. We think of you always and love you so.”
Michele currently plays the role of Hester in the new TV series “Scream Queens.” Contrasted to her perfectionist role as Rachel Berry in “Glee,” Hester is a new pledge of the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority in the horror-comedy show. According to reports, “Scream Queens” co-stars are genuinely impressed with Michele’s performance. Emma Roberts, who plays the role of Chanel Oberlin, told Entertainment Tonight, “She makes me laugh all day! Literally, there was a scene where she doesn’t have any dialogue and she was just standing right here, and I would have to look over her head. I was like, 'I'm sorry, I'm not being rude, but if I look at you I will laugh so hard.' I couldn't even take it, it was just so funny!”
“Scream Queens” will air its first episode on Sept 22 on Fox. It will debut a special two-hour premiere for the pilot.