Lea Michele Shares Favorite Things, Including Candid Broadway Memories & More

Lea Michele Shares Favorite Things, Including Candid Broadway Memories & MorePopular Broadway and Hollywood crossover star Lea Michele reveals some of her favorite things as part of a new promotional feature for her new autobiography, BRUNETTE AMBITION.

Michele lists two music-themed movies as her favorite flicks, sharing, "Almost Famous and Funny Girl are my top two movies."

Additionally, Michele relates an early showbiz memory that left a definite mark on her, "I have a scar on my forehead from a boy throwing a tap shoe at my head in preschool."

Plus, Michele reveals of her first memory of singing, "The first song I sang was Phantom of the Opera's "Angel of Music"."

And, Michele posits, "I can recite all of Maria's lines in West Side Story in Spanish. That's the only Spanish I know."

Lastly, Michele says of her racy SPRING AWAKENING stint, "In Broadway's Spring Awakening, I got naked on stage every night."

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