Lea Michele is gearing up for one of her biggest projects to-date.
The actress’ new debut album will have amazing 11 tracks and now we know the names of them all.
The GLEE star shared the track listing via Instagram. She made the announcement on Twitter, writing, “CHECK OUT MY INSTAGRAM FOR MY TRACK LIST!!!! ALBUM PRE ORDER ON DEC 10th!!!!! #LOUDER.”
Michele’s first song from Louder,”Cannonball,” will be available for download on Dec. 10 as well.
The complete track list is as follows:
2) On My Way
3) Burn With You
5) You’re Mine
6) Thousand Needles
8) Cue the Rain
9) Don’t Let Go
10) Empty Handed
11) If You Say So
Jane Lynch channels her inner Naomi Campbell for the December issue of Michigan Avenue.
In this issue, the actress shares her thoughts on her infamous GLEE character, Sue Sylvester.
On her character Sue Sylvester:
“My recognition factor has gone up in terms of the public, so my life has changed in that way, for good and sometimes annoying. But creatively—playing the same character for nearly 100 episodes, I’m still enjoying it. There are moments when I’ll look at an episode and go, ‘Oh come on, can’t I do something else other than destroy the Glee club?’ Then of course they always give me something just stellar and fun, and this season I’m having the best time. Professionally, I don’t think I would have been just handed the role of Miss Hannigan in Annie on Broadway if I hadn’t been cast as Sue Sylvester—I don’t think that would have happened—so I am deeply indebted, because that was the best experience of my life. Doing Miss Hannigan on Broadway and working with all those wonderful people and doing eight shows a week, it very much brought me back to why I do this and why I was bitten by the need to be on stage. Whatever inspired me back when I was a kid seeing that play at the local high school, that came alive again.”
On playing Miss Hannigan in Annie:
“I guess I have to take responsibility for it. I can’t sit here and say, ‘Well, I think people throw that at me,’ and I’m the victim of this wonderful typecasting. You know, I think I just do ‘put upon’ well; I do victimized well, and I do entitled well, and I think it’s because I’m fascinated with all three of those things. Of course they live in me, of course they do. But I find them hilarious and curious and a very satisfying step into the shoes. Whereas Miss Hannigan was kind of sloppy and drunk and frustrated and she just wanted out of there, Sue Sylvester is stealthy and looks at everything as an opportunity to wage war and win. She’s a warrior goddess.”
On her love for animals and fighting for their rights:
“I just love them. We domesticated these little babies, and it’s up to us to take care of them. We have to spay and neuter our pets and take responsibility for how and if they reproduce. I think the people out there saving animals off the streets and from abusive homes deserve all the support in the world. I support that work, but I could emotionally never do it. We do this thing with six shelters at the Rose Bowl around Halloween called Race for the Rescues. We do a walk or a run and somebody wins and everybody gets little prizes, but we take all of the animals and put them on a catwalk—including cats—and we parade them, basically, we whore them up and down the catwalk in costumes, and every single one of them gets adopted every year.”
On her thoughts on the California LGBT community:
“First of all, Hollywood is so gay and has been forever—maybe not so much in front of the camera, and most people just didn’t know. It is much easier, but I think we still have a problem as an audience—we haven’t come far enough to where we will accept an openly gay person in a straight love interest role, whereas they can happen on Broadway all the time. That’s the next thing around the corner. But yes, absolutely, I think it has [gotten easier], and it’s due to people who had the courage to stand up when nobody else was doing it—people like Melissa Etheridge, Ellen DeGeneres, K.D. Lang standing up and saying, ‘Yes, this is who I am,’ plus Rupert Everett, Ian McKellen, and the British male homosexuals.”
Lea Michele is gearing up for her single debut.
Alongside the photo she wrote,”So excited for everyone to hear my first single Cannonball, off my debut album LOUDER!”
The song was written by Sia and will be available on Dec. 10. The star also revealed that fans can pre-order her upcoming album on that day as well.
Demi Lovato talks babies with LATINA magazine.
The singer-actress opens up about playing a lesbian on GLEE, whether or not she wants kids and on the Lovato Treatment Scholarship.
Check out some of her Latina highlights.
On kissing Naya:
“Yes, we kissed in the first episode, but I want people to pay less attention to the fact that I’m kissing a girl. Focus on the fact that having a young, multicultural lesbian couple on prime time is a huge step in our generation. It’s showing people that it’s ok to be who you are. Don’t be ashamed of it.”
On the Lovato Treatment Scholarship:
“The process is getting them through treatment, giving them the support that they need. Just making sure they get their two feet on the ground.”
On visiting Kenya with Free the Children:
“At one point this little boy named Ian came over. I picked him up and we just connected. He was so sweet and he kept saying my name over and over again. It was really hard to say good-bye to him. They also held a birthday celebration for me. They gave me a goat, which was pretty cool!”
On planning for the future:
“I’m a Texas girl, so my instinct is to have babies early. In my heart I’m like, ‘Okay, it’s time to have babies!’ But it’s not. I have so much life ahead of me that I actually have to slow my roll. We’ll see where my life is in 5 years, but I definitely see myself as a mom in 10.”
Lea Michele fronts the Decemeber issue of ELLE magazine.
The GLEE star opens up about how she’s coping after the death of boyfriend Cory Monteith, hiding from the cameras and how Kate Hudson helped her maintain her privacy.
On getting through Cory’s passing:
“I never thought I would be in this position in my whole life. Now that I am in this position, you can choose to rise, and that’s what I’m going to try to do. I know that Cory would want nothing more than for me to take this situation and use it to help people.”
On Kate Hudson helping her following Cory Monteith’s death:
“I called [Kate Hudson] and said, ‘I don’t know where I’m going to go because my house is swarmed [with reporters].’ She was like, ‘Oh, you’re going to stay at my house.’ Like it was nothing. No one knew I was there. I’ll never really be able to thank her, truly, for what she did for me.”
On going away from the cameras:
“It’s very hard. And you have to be very strong to come out of this alive, but I think by doing the best for myself, by showing that you don’t have to lose yourself, maybe someone else will feel some sort of strength or comfort.”
Naya Rivera covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone.
The GLEE actress exude sexiness and she sports black heels and a black bathing suit on the cover.
“A big thanks to @RollingStone for showing me so much love! Such an honor to be featured!” She tweeted.
This issue of Rolling Stone hits newsstands on Nov. 8.
GLEE fans better savor every bit of the show, because according to co-creator Ryan Murphy it will end after its sixth season.
Murphy revealed this news at an event honoring the FX Network on October 16. He revealed that the show will not go on beyond a sixth season and due to Cory Monteith’s death, the show will have an alternate ending from what he once envisioned.
“The final year of the show, which will be next year, was designed around Rachel and Cory/Finn’s story,” Murphy explained. “I always knew that, I always knew how it would end. I knew what the last show was, he was in it. I knew what the last line, she said it to him.”
He continued, “So when a tragedy like that happens you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do, so we’re figuring that out now.”