"She calls everyone on the show her best friend, but she says her best friend is Chris Colfer. Michele describes her connection with the actor, who plays Kurt Hummel, as the kind where she can see them sitting together in New York when they are 50 sharing a cocktail."
"We’re both big personalities and you definitely would think we’d bump heads, but she has taught me more about myself than anyone. She inspires me, she protects me, she makes me laugh, she tells me not to take myself so seriously. She’s my Mama Amber.”
Lea Michele, Glee No one would have faulted Michele, who was in a long-term relationship with co-star Cory Monteith when he died in July, for not wanting to appear in the episode paying tribute both to him and his now-deceased character, Finn Hudson. However, Michele channels her grief and sadness into a moving performance that includes both a teary one-on-one with Mr. Schue about Rachel’s new future without Finn, and her unforgettable rendition of Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love.” (Fun fact: The song was written by Bob Dylan.) Although Michele, naturally, only appears in a few scenes in the episode, she is without a doubt “The Quarterback’s” shining star.
Hopefully, eventually, at some point I’ll be able to tour. I know that ‘Glee’ we are so lucky to have the most incredible fanbase all over the world, so I really, really hope I get the opportunity soon to do a tour, to get to see all the fans all over the world and bring this album to them.