Can you believe it’s only been nine days since Lea Michele’s big secret (she’s an asshole!) was exposed? More and more stories of her ugly behavior keep coming out, which will happen when that “ugly behavior” is actually just your “personality”. Any day now Lea’s kindergarten classmates will go public with their own horror stories: “Lea Showgirls-ed me during recess so SHE could play the princess!”
Since releasing that non-apology after HelloFresh dropped her, 33-year-old pregnant Lea’s been doing damage control, forcing an “insider” to tell Us Weekly that she’s working on herself (she threatened to shit in this close source’s wig, which has been her go-to move for a while now).
via Us Weekly:
“This experience has made her reevaluate her behavior in the past,” the insider adds. “This has been a serious learning lesson and she is committed to making these adjustments as a complete life change for the future. She is listening to those who have come forward and has been reaching out to initiate open and honest conversations.”
Oh, I’m sure Lea’s victims are oh-so-happy to receive mass emails (BCCed) that just say, “I’m sorry you perceived my behavior as abusive.” But you’re not here for more apology bullshit, you’re here for the gossip! Here ya go, you hungry, hungry hippos…
A beauty business insider says when Lea was paid $1 million to be the face of L’Oréal in 2012, one of her duties was to do a short interview about her beauty routine, answering five questions about her hair. But I guess shampoo and conditioner is way too personal, because (via Page Six):
…two questions in, Lea just stood up, said she was done and walked out, leaving everyone standing there in shock. The head of L’Oréal asked if she was coming back, and her mother said, ‘No, she’s not.’
But other “sources” close to L’Oréal production (Hi, Lea’s mom!) say she was “lovely to work with”, and they don’t recall her being difficult. Either way, she was replaced by Saint Blake Lively the following year.
Man. Imagine getting paid a million dollars at age 25 and not even doing the bare minimum? When I was 25 I was a barista on minimum wage, and I never walked out on the job. Not once. Unless you count all the times I took twenty-minute bathroom breaks to play Candy Crush.