Grab your tissues, because Lea Michele's sophmore album is going to leave you in tears - and make you miss "Glee" even more than you already do.
"I try to keep my life as private as I can, but my music is where I really open up, and maybe we'll Taylor Swift a few people left and right". Kicking off on May 1, Michele will travel through North America making stops in Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Toronto, among others.
The 30-year-old actress and singer shared tons of pics on her Instagram story as she reads the morning paper in her underwear. From there, Ms. Michele transitioned to television and film, but she never lost her love for the theater. And so her second solo album, "Places", which came out at the end of April, is a bit of a showcase for her Broadway side.
"I wanted the album to show where I come from - the stage - where I got my education".
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Michele has dropped several singles ahead of the album's official release, showing off her powerful vocals on "Getaway Car", "Run to You", "Anything's Possible" and "Love Is Alive". She gave her opinion on the show's worst and best cover songs during an interview Tuesday on Watch What Happens Live.
"I think the worst was the 'What Does the Fox Say?' song", Michele said. "That was definitely my least favorite song that we ever did".
She says playing Rachel Berry was "the most incredible time of my life".