Her most valuable asset. Lea Michele keeps her valuables in a safe, but there are only two things worth locking up: a lock of hair from her 2-year-old son, Ever, and a note from Barbra Streisand.
jubilation The 36-year-old graduate spoke about receiving a confirmation letter from the original. funny girl star during her appearance on Friday, January 13th on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Michelle played the role of Fanny Brice in the Broadway production. funny girl revival in September 2022.
“I cried, I filmed how I open it. It was literally a golden envelope. He flew in on pigeons,” Michelle joked to 48-year-old Fallon.
When the presenter asked where the letter was now, Michelle said that it was in a special place next to the hair of her son Ever.
“It was so unbelievable and now everyone is like, ‘Are you going to set this up? What are you going to do about it?’ I actually just put it in my safe at home,” Michel explained. “The only thing I have in the safe is a letter from Barbra Streisand and my son, the first hair we cut off from his haircut. So it’s my son’s hair and a letter from Barbra Streisand, that’s where it stays.”
Michelle gave birth to son Ever Leo, her first child with her husband Zandi Reich, August 2020. “Being a mom is one of the greatest gifts and I love being a mom to Ever. It was so special making my lullaby album [Forever, released in November 2021] as a tribute to him, scream queens alum exclusively said Us weekly in May 2022. “I wanted to sing songs that were special and important to me, behind which there was a special meaning. I listen to these songs when I first found out that I was pregnant, and it’s so beautiful to sing them now for my son.
However, her little boyfriend especially cares about what songs she sings for him. “I sing for him every night before bed. He loves it when I sing for him, but he’s very picky about his songs,” the New Jersey native explained, adding that his favorite songs are “Twinkle, Twinkle” and “Happy Birthday.”
However, Michele’s musical tastes are more modern. “I love to sing “Here Comes The Sun” [by The Beatles] and ‘Yellow’ from Coldplay to him,” she said.
Brunette Ambition The author is very open about her experience as a mother, but she wants to keep her letter from Streisand private. “It was a beautiful handwritten note that I will cherish. She was incredibly complimentary,” Michelle said. City and country last month. “It exists. It happened, and now I feel that many dreams can come true.”
She added: “She was an icon for me in my life.”
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