Lea Michele to Perform 'Cannonball' on FALLON; Set for NY's Sony Store Appearance
Lea Michele will be the musical guest on TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON tonight, Tuesday March 4, coinciding with the release of her debut album 'Louder'.
The Glee star took to Twitter today just after rehearsing for the show and shared her excitement with her fans, posting the official 'Tonight Show' logo, along with the caption: "Great rehearsal for the @TonightShow_JF with my band! I'm singing #Cannonball! So excited!"
She also tweeted the news that she will be appearing at Sony Store on Madison Avenue tonight at 6:30 pm: "Come meet me tonight and get a signed copy of #LOUDER! Who's gonna be there?!"
Michele debuted on Broadway in 1995 as a replacement for the role of Young Cosette in the original New York production of LES MISERABLES. Following her theatrical debut in LES MISERABLES, Michele was cast in the role of Tateh's daughter, the Little Girl, in the 1998 original Broadway cast of Ragtime and in 2004, Michele portrayed "Shprintze" and "Chava" in the Broadway revival of the musical Fiddler on the Roof.
Michele originated the role of Wendla in Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik's musical version of Spring Awakening on Broadway in 2006. Michele was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for her performance in Spring Awakening in the category of Outstanding Actress in a Musical.
In early 2009, Michele won the role of Rachel Berry on the FOX television SMASH hit, Glee (2009) and since the show's premiere on May 19, 2009, Michele has since received worldwide critical and public acclaim for her performance on the show.
About The Tonight Show:
Beginning Feb. 17, 2014, "The Tonight Show" returns to its New York origins when "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" makes its broadcast debut from Studio 6B in Rockefeller Center. Emmy Award- and Grammy Award-winning comedian Jimmy Fallon will bring a high-tempo energy to the storied NBC franchise with his welcoming interview style, love of audience participation, spot-on impersonations and innovative sketches.<