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Wait, Lea Michele Was How Old When She Started Drinking?

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Lea Michele took to Chelsea Lately to reveal a lot of personal things about herself, especially the part in her recent book, “Brunette Ambitions” that explains she’s been drinking since she was a toddler. YES! A toddler! You know Chelsea wasn’t going to let her off the hook without explaining that one! 

 

“It makes me seem crazy!” Michele laughingly admitted. “I’m Italian, so it was like, at the dinner table it would be Pellegrino, a jug of soda, and a huge thing of wine. So, everyone was just drinking wine, like it was part of, like, you know, what you would have along with your dinner.”

Alright so if you are European, you know a thing or two about drinking before you turn 21… or 18 if you’re in Europe. (I am and I can say that I’ve been drinking since I was like 15. Not a toddler, but 15.)d

She admits her upbringing made for some interesting social moments. 

“Growing up, I’d be having dinner with my boyfriend and his parents and I’d be like, ‘Where’s the wine? Pass the wine.’ At like 17, and they were like, ‘This girl’s crazy.'”

Michele proves a very valid point that many people who want to lower the drinking age in the U.S argue. Once you have it when you’re younger, you are less likely to abuse it. 

“When they make it so you can have it, then you don’t want it,” the singer explained. “It’s when they’re like, ‘You can’t have this,’ kids are like, ‘We gotta get that booze.'”

She also opened up about a Hollywood agent who told her to get a nose job at the age of 15. (Something about ideal Hollywood beauty, which Michele has with her natural nose!)

“They were like ‘How old are you?’ [I said] 13, they said ‘Great, as soon as you turn 15, it’s time for a nose job,'” she said. “We were like ‘Okay, we are out of here!’ Obviously I didn’t get it done. Wherever she is, I mean she can go f*** herself, so.” Wiser words have never been spoken.

Watch the clip right here!

 

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TV Show Catch Up: ‘Good Place’ Ending After Season 4, ‘Dead to Me’ Renewed

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In this week’s TV catch up, we’re looking back at all the TV show news you may have missed!

 

“The Good Place” to End After Season 4

That’s it. We’ve finally arrived in the Bad Place and it’s worse than we could have ever imagined. NBC’s beloved and genius sitcom “The Good Place” will end after the fourth season which premieres this fall. Here’s what creator Mike Schur had to say about it:

“After The Good Place was picked up for season two, the writing staff and I began to map out, as best we could, the trajectory of the show. Given the ideas we wanted to explore, and the pace at which we wanted to present those ideas, I began to feel like four seasons—just over 50 episodes—was the right lifespan. At times over the past few years we’ve been tempted to go beyond four seasons, but mostly because making this show is a rare, creatively fulfilling joy, and at the end of the day, we don’t want to tread water just because the water is so warm and pleasant. As such, the upcoming fourth season will be our last.”

 

“Dead To Me” Gets Second Season Pick Up

Need more of Thelma and Louise, er, Jen and Judy, in your life? No worries. Netflix just green-lit the second season of the twisted dark comedy, “Dead to Me.” The network did not announce a premiere date so we’ll just be patiently waiting and refreshing our Netflix app daily.

 

Jussie Smollett is Out for the Final Season of “Empire”

Jussie Smollett will not be reprising his role as Jamal Lyon’s in the final season of “Empire.” Show co-creator Lee Daniels revealed the news after Variety reported that writers were planning to bring Jamal back in the latter half of the sixth season. Daniels wrote “This is not factual. Jussie will NOT be returning to Empire” on Twitter.

 

OG “Veronica Mars” Heads to Hulu

If you’re planning on catching up on old “Veronica Mars” episodes before the new and anticipated limited series revival, Hulu is here to help. The streaming service will add the first three seasons on Monday, July 1st. That gives you about three weeks to binge watch the episodes before the revival drops on Friday, July 26. Happy binge-ing.

 

“The Red Line” is Cancelled

Season one is “The Red Line’s” final stop. CBS canceled the show after just one low-rated season.

“[The show] did not get picked up for a second season, so it will exist as an elegant novel,” co-showrunner Sunil Nayar said at the ATX Television Festival.

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19 Things We Learned from the Jonas Brothers Documentary “Chasing Happiness”

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They were never meant to get out of Jersey, but thank god they did.

The Jonas Brothers reunion is the most unexpected reunion of 2019 but it’s one we’re most grateful for.

The world is a better place when Kevin, Nick and Joe are not only getting along but making sweet music together.

The Bros aren’t holding anything back in their tell-all documentary, Chasing Happiness, which dropped on Amazon Prime on June 4th.

They air everything out from their humble beginnings to their rapid rise to fame and the eventual breakup of 2013.

it also sheds light on their second chance as a band and how their journey made their comeback stronger than ever.

Though there’s plenty of interesting tidbits in the documentary (plenty of which I’ll get to below), I think the biggest takeaway is most likely, the inspiration behind the documentary’s title: “You spend so much time chasing happiness and the thing you think will bring you joy never realizing it’s in there all along.”

Nick Jonas figured out the secret of life.

Click HERE to read the 19 things we learned from the documentary!

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17 Shocking Cliffhangers That Wrapped Up the Spring 2019 TV Season

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Most of us are on a “love to hate” basis with cliffhangers.

We love them because they’re exciting and leave us with countless possibilities of what’s to come for our favorite shows and characters.

Yet, we hate them because they usually leave us hanging for a few solid months.

If done right, a cliffhanger leaves you feeling breathless, confused, and screaming at the screen at the top of your lungs. .

A thousand thoughts race through our minds: what happens next? Who died? Who killed who? Who is going to survive? What’s the meaning of life?

Yes, waiting approximately four months to see the outcome of a cliffhanger is borderline unbearable (and it’s even worse if a show has a midseason return date), but without cliffhangers there’d be nothing to look forward to and nothing to keep us invested.

See the full slideshow at TV Fanatic!

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