Lea Michele Says Tuesday’s ‘Glee’ Will Be A Conversation Starter
First Published: November 8, 2011 5:08 PM EST Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Lea Michele has a warning to parents planning to watch tonight’s “Glee” with their youngsters.
“It does make you talk to your kids about stuff — especially this episode will,” Lea told Access Hollywood at Monday night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York City, referring to Tuesday’s episode, which is supposed to concern Finn and Rachel – possibly — going all the way.
“Get ready — you might have to have a little conversation afterwards,” Lea added. “That’s what our show does. It makes people talk about stuff.”
As for Lea, she was talking on Monday night about newcomer to the series, Damian McGinty, who recently joined the cast as Irish foreign exchange student Rory Flanagan.
“Damian is on our show now as a regular, and I adore him,” Lea said. “Every day, he says in his heavy Irish accent, he’s like, ‘You’re so beautiful.’ I was like, ‘I love you.’ Take notes, boys. He’s so sweet and he’s so wonderful. If I ever had any doubts about ‘The Glee Project’ — meeting him, I was like, ‘This is such a great show to have that we can now find these amazing kids to come be a part of our family.’”
“Glee” airs at 8/7 C on FOX.
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