“I did write a lot in the book about you coming out to me, and what that was like, ” Lea said.
“And I remember Cory telling me, ‘You’ve gotta be careful, because you’re talking about someone.’ So I edited that a lot.” Cory was very wise — coming out is obviously a very personal thing for someone, and Lea must have walked a pretty fine line when decided what details to include about what the process was like for Jonathan.
I've watched her sing for the President and accept Billboard's first-ever Triple Threat Award, and I've seen her laugh so hard that she peed her pants," he continued.
Jonathan, 28, allegedly had the production team cancel filming so he could rush to Lea’s side and support her. My friend in New York is working as a stage hand on the set of Cory, Lea and Jonathan, who were all good friends, were last photographed together on June 18.
PHOTOS: Out and proud stars Quinto declined to go into further detail about the relationship with Groff, but does tell "I found myself in a pattern of being attracted to people who were somehow unavailable, and what I realized was that I was protecting myself because I equated the idea of connection and love with trauma and death," Quinto reveals.
Jonathan Groff is openly gay and Lea Michele is dating Dijon from Glee.
A source close to the actress tells Hollywood exclusively: “Lea is going through hell right now.When Groff walked the red carpet earlier that evening, he told correspondent Ali Fedotowsky that he "absolutely" adores Michele's boyfriend, Michael Paetz. "So, I'm totally fine with that."Michele and Paetz continued to celebrate their love two days later by taking a trip to Big Sur. "Today officially begins our last week here at #Glee," Michele told her 4.54 million Twitter followers."I always give the stamp of approval.""She's got it," Groff said of his BFF. 's Jenny Eagan with the award for Outstanding Costume Design in a Contemporary Television Series.Other famous attendees and presenters included Loni Anderson, January Jones, Mindy Kaling, Emmy Rossum and Jon Voight.Lea, who appeared on the cover of Teen Vogue’s March 2014 issue, remembered: 'At the end of the day I would most certainly give up Spring Awakening, which was the greatest experience of my life, to have met you.