Lea Michele, ‘healing’ after ‘Glee,’ calls ‘Funny Girl’ the ‘hardest f–king role in New York’

Lea Michele has come a long way since her days as Rachel Berry on the hit show Glee. After taking a break to heal from the loss of her beloved co-star, Cory Monteith, the actress is back in the spotlight, taking on the lead role in the Broadway musical Funny Girl.

Michele, who is no stranger to the stage, has been vocal about the difficulty of taking on the role of Fanny Brice. In a recent interview, she described the role as “the hardest f–king role in New York.”

The star has been vocal about her struggles with grief and depression following Monteith’s death in 2013. She recently opened up about the need to take a break to heal and how she found strength in her faith and the support of her family.

In Funny Girl, Michele plays the iconic role of Fanny Brice, a role that has been performed by the likes of Barbra Streisand and Liza Minnelli. It’s a role that requires her to sing, dance, and act, and she’s been vocal about the difficulty of taking on such a challenging role.

Michele has been praised for her performance, with critics noting her effortless transition from television to the stage. She’s also been applauded for her ability to portray the complex emotions of Brice’s character.

Michele’s performance in Funny Girl is a testament to her strength and resilience. She has taken a difficult role and made it her own, proving that she can handle anything that comes her way. Her performance is a reminder that no matter what life throws at us, we can always find the strength to overcome it.






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