Lea Michele Dazzles In Stylish New Look For Upcoming FUNNY GIRL Sequence On GLEE
GLEE breakout star and Broadway notable Lea Michele dazzles with a whole new look for her role as Fanny Brice in the revival of the classic Jule Styne/Bob Merrill musical FUNNY GIRL on an upcoming episode of FOX's hit musical dramedy series Glee and a First Look at the actress in action showing off her new style is now available to view.
Michele dons a bob hairstyle in the new pics, with the drastic new cut accented by a V-neck blouse in some of the new pics.
Also, some of the onstage action in FUNNY GIRL can now be seen, as well - with Michele front and center, of course.
One thing is for sure: she looks every inch the "Hello, gorgeous" of the show's famous star entrance line - and more than merely a little bit Barbra Streisand, too!
Additionally, Michele took to Twitter to comment on the new look, writing, "Living out a dream on the set of
#Glee today.. Getting to perform "Funny Girl" on stage!"
The official description of GLEE's "Tested" is as follows: "Blaine discovers his newfound love of "cronuts" has the residual side-effect of weight gain - namely, the dreaded "Freshman Fifteen." Combined with witnessing a more physically fit and self-confident Kurt's star rapidly rising at NYADA while his simultaneously wanes, the increasingly pudgy former dreamboat begins to suffer a Crisis in confidence... leading to some uncharacteristic behavior. As "Film School Artie" enjoys a success with the ladies that "High School Artie" never could have hoped for, he is quick to avail himself of all opportunities presented him. However, he soon discovers that his Casanova's ways come at a price, one which may preclude him from making the one special connection he truly desires. As roommates Sam and Mercedes explore being a couple, she confesses that she is still a virgin and is not sure when (or if) she will be ready for them to make love for the first time. While the smitten Sam agrees to wait as long as she wants, he nevertheless tries to do everything he can to prove his worthiness and expedite the process... while she seeks outside advice from several sources."
GLEE airs on FOX Tuesdays at 8 PM.
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