Lea Michele has been through a harrowing experience since her boyfriend Cory Monteith died. In an interview, she attributed her recent album Louder’s success to the support of family and friends.
Lea Michele has been through hell and back. Especially after the tragic death of her boyfriend in “reel life” as well as “real life” she was an emotional wreck. Her partner on Glee, Cory Monteith died last July of a heroin and alcohol overdose which left Lea devastated.
But she willy-nilly picked up the pieces of her life and proceeded to compose a brand new musical album. The pain, grief and sorrow are evident in some of the lyrics of the songs on that album.
Termed “Louder”, the album has made it big. And according to Lea it is the result of the camaraderie of family members and good friends. She made an appearance on “Good Morning America” and said that although it may sound clichéd it was a fact. Those close to her had made the album a possibility.
Lea has been nominated several times for a Grammy and an Emmy. When her fan following listened to her album they found it full of the experiences she had gone through as a sensitive female artist.
How she had to move on with her life despite the tremendous loss she faced was an issue she tackled with great difficulty. The help she got from loved ones was a balm and a salve. The music she literally oozed from her being was a personal glimpse inside her tortured soul. And she has many other artistic endeavors ahead of her.
That is why she is seeking some extra leisure time to unwind. It will be an anti-climax of sorts after the stressful climax of creating the album. Lea’s emotional life paved the way for “Louder”.
She is looking forward to preparations for another album which will be a reality some time in the future. Meanwhile, the warm glow of satisfaction provided by her family and friends will always be there for her to rely upon.