We all have those moments where we look back at our lives and question some of the decisions we made, and it seems that if you’re a celebrity it’s no different. In fact, for Lea Michele it’s some moments from Glee that she doesn’t look back on too fondly.
Lea Michele is one busy cookie at the moment. The star was just cast in a new upcoming TV show for ABC focused on hip hop, and it sounds pretty exciting. What’s more, the 30-year-old singer and actor is also just about to release her second album Places, which is released tomorrow, and proceeded the collection with the emotional track “Love Is Alive.”
However, while Michele might be busy, that hasn’t stopped the star from revisiting the past.
Chatting with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, Lea opened up about her time on Glee, and spoke about some of the show’s many, many musical numbers.
Of course, during its tenure there were some INCREDIBLE musical moments on Glee, whether it was Darren Criss’ cover of “Teenage Dream,” Amber Riley’s version of “I Will Always Love You,” and the whole choir’s cover of Avril Lavigne’s “Keep Holding On.”
However, it seems that Lea doesn’t necessarily remember all the musical numbers with such fondness. After Cohen said that Ryan Murphy had called Glee’s version of “Gangnam Style” the worst song that was performed on the show, Lea had her own song to add to that list.
Watch the performance of “What Does the Fox Say?” below.
It wasn’t all doom and gloom, however, as Michele also recalled her favorite moments from the show, including covering “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Somebody To Love.” In fact, in an interview with This Morning, the star revealed that she actually does go back and sometimes watch the show. SO CUTE.
Lea also revealed that she is still planning to do a new version of Funny Girl with Ryan Murphy, and expressed her desire to star in the upcoming Wicked movie, too. Given that no actors are currently attached to the project, which is expected for release December 2019, there’s still a chance that Lea might just manage to get her wish, too.
Hey, don’t stop believing.