"The way he would look at me and the things he would say to me were really amazing. He was so supportive of everything I did. He loved being a good boyfriend. I got to do more with him in the time we were together than people do in their whole lives. We saw the world together. We have amazing memories. I’m so thankful for him for really letting me know how beautiful I am inside and out. I felt so unstoppable. He set the bar very high. And I’ll take that with me for the rest of my life."

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@msleamichele “I don’t care.. What they’re going to say.. Let the storm rage on.. The cold never bothered me anyway…” 
@msleamichele “I don’t care.. What they’re going to say.. Let the storm rage on.. The cold never bothered me anyway…” 

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@msleamichele We hold you in our hearts today, and every day we remember your smile. We will love you and miss you always.  ❤️

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FUCK YEAH I’M GOING TO MEET LEA MICHELE OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD I’M CRYING JESUS HELP ME



Lea Michele is going to Giffoni Festival in Italy on July 20th. (x)

Lea Michele is going to Giffoni Festival in Italy on July 20th. (x)

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lea michele’s gonna be in italy in a month and there’s a 99.999% chance i won’t get to see her :((((((((((((((((


TRACK: Mama Who Bore Me
ARTIST: 2001 Roundabout Workshop Cast
ALBUM: Spring Awakening 2001 Workshop

bollockingwankshite:

So I’m not sure how many Glee/Lea Michele fans are familiar with the 2001 workshop of Spring Awakening, but I thought I’d share 14 yo Lea Michele singing an original draft of Mama Who Bore Me

EDIT: ok, so people have been asking who the dude is. The character was the Masked Man, a ~mysterious, ghostly presence~ from the original play who was cut out of later drafts of the musical. He was played by this sexy gentleman, Michael McElroy:

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“Chris Colfer is one of the loves of my life - I see us in forty years in some Broadway revival, sipping martinis and reminiscing about the good old days.” — Lea Michele

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I know my heart’s too drunk to drive, but I’m on my way to you…

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