Lea Michele happily cuddles up to her boyfriend Matthew Paetz while attending the 2015 amfAR Inspiration Gala Los Angeles held at Milk Studios on Thursday (October 29) in Hollywood.
The 29-year-old actress was joined at the event by her Scream Queen co-stars Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, and Jamie Lee Curtis, as well as American Horror Story: Hotel‘s Evan Peters at the event where they helped honor Ryan Murphy with the amfAR Award of Inspiration in recognition of his outstanding contributions to television and film and his profound commitment to the fight against AIDS. The event raised $3.1 million!
“So grateful to know this man.. @MrRPMurphy congratulations on last nights @AMFAR honor,” Leatweeted. “We all love you so much! ??”
FYI: Lea is wearing Secrets by Harry Winston earrings, bracelet and ring. Emma is wearing earrings and a bracelet from Harry Winston‘s new Art Deco collection, and carrying a Kotur clutch. Billie is wearing Eva Fehren earrings.
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Lea Michele is all wrapped up and super cozy while posing on a bed for the November 2015 cover of Marie Claire, hitting newsstands on October 20th.
The 29-year-old Scream Queens actress opened up to the mag about her favorite body part, being famous, and life after Cory Monteith. Check it:
On her favorite body part: “I love my butt. It is a showstopper.”
On moving forward after the death of Cory Monteith: “Getting to the other side takes a lot of work. All you can do is get to the other side. It’s a struggle. When you do, there is happiness there. It’s important to me to keep private some of that process with how I got here. But I am here, I am good, and I am very grateful for that.”
On being famous: “Everybody thinks you’re a star with roses being dropped at your feet. You have to take some f****** punches. Now I have my groove…I am much more aware. I also don’t care as much. I am very content with me.”
The 29-year-old Scream Queens star opened up to the glossy about her super healthy lifestyle and secrets. Check it:
On what she likes to do to stay active: I go back and forth between hiking and hot yoga. Hot yoga is my absolute favorite. I started in New York doing Bikram yoga with Jonathan Groff and now I love the studios out here and I do it all the time. I’m really obsessed.
On her fears in life: I really don’t like to be in a car with more than five people—that really freaks me out because I’m always afraid the tires are going to pop. It’s this super weird thing that I’m afraid of. Or a boat with a lot of people.
On things she’s learned about herself by keeping journals: The journaling for me was always a place that I felt that I could write down whatever I wanted and never had to be embarrassed. So here I was, from New York and working on Broadway, and it’s hard coming from that world and trying to make a place for yourself, whether it would be in film or TV. I would write things down that I would be embarrassed to say to people because I was told so often growing up that I wasn’t pretty enough, or that I needed plastic surgery, or that I wouldn’t be pretty enough for the pretty girl, or whatever that there wasn’t a place for me in television, I was too ethnic and what not. All these horrible things, but I would still write down ‘I’m gonna get a TV show,’ and ‘I’m gonna make an album,’ and ‘I’m gonna do these things,’ and despite what everyone was telling me outside that private time, I wrote it down and I really made it happen. It’s a private space for you to just express yourself and write down the things that you want to do, whether or not you feel like you have the encouragement from the outside world. This is a place where you can just be with yourself and manifest it.
The 24-year-old actress is seen in character as her Scream Queens character Chanel in the hilarious clip.
“2015 was an amazing year for Chanel Oberlin and her 752 Instagram fans. Starting in early October, fans of Chanel would receive a Jack-O-Lantern emoji on their socials…from Chanel. Parcels began to appear on their doorsteps in what became tenderly known as ‘Chanel-o-ween.’ These are their stories,” the video caption reads.