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Lea Michele Responds to Sarah Hyland — Admits She’s Humorless

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Though I’ve heard from numerous inside sources in Hollywood that Lea Michelle isn’t exactly the “friendliest,” I generally try to give actors the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps my sources caught her in a bad mood or interacted with her at the end of an extremely long work day? But given Michele’s recent behavior toward Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland, I’m starting to believe these sources. When Highland hilariously made fun of Michele’s exaggerated red carpet poses for E!’s ‘Fashion Police,’ Michele refused to take the knock in stride, saying, “I gotta be honest. It hurt my feelings a little bit. I really think the message of today is that women should motivate and empower women . . . .” Call me insensitive, but I’m really sick of this “women should empower other women” line. First, it’s a jab disguised as the “high road.” Second, women will never empower other women. We are intrinsically catty, so no need to waste your breath on the vain hope for change. And lastly — when someone makes fun of you for something that you can control — it’s funny. Get a sense of humor and brush it off. Click the link below to watch the video in question.

  • El Bandido

    What Lea Michelle means to say, is that she is mad at her parents for making her perform since she was a little girl.  She is a celebrity she better get used to jokes about her poses, her veganism, and her nose. 

    • I agree on everything but the nose. Only make fun of people for things within their control. Otherwise it’s not funny.

      • El Bandido

        Rhinoplasty is a form of control…. nothing wrong with big noses, however it won’t stop people from making offhand jokes. 

        • Surgery is not a form of “control.” Poking fun at someone for taking themselves too seriously — is. But attacking someone’s looks is mean-spirited and cruel. There is a very clear dichotomy on that one. And yes — I get five extra points for using the word “dichotomy.”

  • Xoxopilar

    Yea she does not seem the friendliest