Lea Michele says she is in ''such an incredible place in her life'' right now.
Lea Michele is in ''such an incredible place in her life'' right now.
The 'Scream Queens' star insists she is in such a good place in her personal life and is happy to open up about her home life on her new LP 'Places'.
She said: ''I feel like I'm in such an incredible place in my life right now, and there's definitely those personal songs on the album and especially my concerts. I break down the songs and I tell everyone what they're about, so that's where I get really personal and that's where I open up ... I try to keep my life as private as I can, but my music is where I really open up, and maybe we'll Taylor Swift a few people left and right.''
And the 30-year-old singer and actress really enjoys working out as it makes her feel good about herself.
She added to E! News: ''I love working out. I work out to feel good but also so I can eat whatever I want. I want to be able to enjoy myself. I'm Italian. I like to eat big meals.
''I love red wine. And you know also when you're travelling and stuff like that I like trying new restaurants and going on adventures, so I can't limit myself.
''I'm good in the sense that I've never eaten fast food. I do not drink soda. I don't eat candy. Like my house is healthy, so when I'm saying I'm eating a lot it's like good food that's worth it.''
Meanwhile, Lea previously admitted she is ''really happy'' with where her life is going.
She said: ''Beauty I think comes from the happiness within. And I'm really happy with my life right now.''
''I've never thankfully had a period where I had an unhealthy relationship with my body or food. But just the fact that I went from being someone who casually worked out to now someone who really works out, I think is the biggest accomplishment of the year.''
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