Glee’s Lea Michele addresses rumors that she can’t read or write

Lea Michele has been going through an “intense time” reflecting on her behavior at work after being accused of bullying and being a diva in 2020.

This year, Samantha Ware accused the star of “acting outrageously and with “traumatic microaggressions”” on the set of joy In late 2014, leading to others sharing her views, revealing that the actress was “awkward” at work.

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That’s what Lea Michele said, who apologized at the time New York Times that these allegations prompted an “intense moment of thought” that helped her be better equipped to take on the lead role in the play funny girl of Broadway starting next week.

“I now really understand how important and valuable it is to be a leader. That means doing a good job not only when the camera is rolling, but also when it’s not. And that wasn’t always the most important thing for me. Everyone here has been through a lot and I just have to arrive, be prepared, do a good job and be respectful that this is their space,” she said.

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Lea Michele declined to address Ware’s specific allegations because she doesn’t “feel the need to settle things through the media,” but acknowledged her work style is intense.

“I have an advantage over the others. i work very hard I leave no room for error. That level of perfectionism, or that pressure to be perfectionism, left a lot of blind spots on me,” she said.

The star also wanted to put an end to rumors that she can’t read or write, rumors that started swirling around the internet a few years ago.

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Calling herself “sad” to know they are still spreading, she said: “I went to joy Every day, I knew my lines every day. And then there’s a rumor on the internet that I can’t read or write? It is sad. It’s really. I often think if I were a man I really wouldn’t do this.

Lea Michele takes on the lead role of Fanny Brice in the revival of funny girl on Broadway on September 6th.

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