And none more so than Michele—ever the professional, she recites Rachel Berry's scripted dialogue, but the tears seem real.
Lea and I definitely weren’t the best of friends, and I doubt we’ll ever sit on her couch and eat kale together again, but the rumors of our ‘feud’ were blown out of proportion.” Yikes.
It seems like they "weren't the best of friends," to use Naya's words — though it doesn't read that the two ever had an actual fight, per se.
onto bookshelves, and she's really not mincing her words when hit comes to explaining what happened on the set of the hit show.
Though Naya admits that she and Lea Michele "are both strong willed and competitive — not just with each other but with everyone," she's quick to add that "that’s not a good mixture."Just Jared reports that the book reads:“As the show progressed, though, that friendship started to break down, especially as Santana moved from a background character to one with bigger plot lines and more screen time.
I think Rachel — erm, I mean Lea — didn’t like sharing the spotlight.
On top of that, she had a hard time separating work from our outside friendship, whereas it was a lot easier for me.
In May, she wrote: "Matthew, thank you for bringing such happiness into my life…For making me smile again and bringing such a bright joy into my every day…Thank you for loving me and my family."SOURCE: TWITTER cast member to remember Monteith's birthday.
We think of you always and love you so."It's two years since the actress now lives her new boyfriend, Matthew Peatz, whom she credits with making her happy again.
Naya also says that "If I’d complained about anyone or anything" on set, Lea "assumed I was b*tching about her.