Vote e-v-e-r-y d-a-y for Chris Colfer (Actor Comedy), Glee (Comedy) & Lea Michele (Actress Comedy) at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. [X]
deleting a person out of your contacts is basically the equivalent of deleting them out of your life
so fucking relevent
Sometimes it’s just better for yourself even it hurts at that moment.
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There is no such thing as the ‘old’ Lea and the ‘new’ Lea. This is just based on crazy fandom perception of someone they never knew in the first place, and honestly it’s a bit creepy and disturbing. You never truly know a celebrity, you can only see and interpret from their public image.
It’s been around four years since Glee started, and if you don’t think someone whose life has been thrust in the spotlight so suddenly has changed due to their experiences, then you are sadly mistaken. I’d be concerned if Lea was still the same as she was when she’d first started Glee. Everyone in the cast has grown and matured, not just Lea. From what I can see, her morals have remained the same and the ‘changes’ in her personality are just the result of overanalysis at the hands of a certain disillusioned fandom who think that they are experts on someone’s life because they can make biased inferences based on photos and videos.
Focus on the good- Lea has consistently remained a positive role model for young girls who stays true to herself and doesn’t conform to the pressures of Hollywood. She preaches health and caring for your body, something she always has. She advocates for all animals, especially horses. The list goes on.
I stand by what I always say. Let Love In. Do things out of love, not out of hate, because not only is it pathetic but it will make the world a much better place. And you are never entitled to judge a ‘change’ in someone that you have never known in the first place.