These are 105 fantastic girls/women I love and worship.
They deserve not only a day, but an entire year to be dedicated to them.
"I’ve basically talked to him about it every day. If I could get my fans to start working on that for me, that would be great. I’ve been literally begging him. But it would probably have to be for their season five or something like that. I think it would be a great opportunity for people in the acting world to see."
"It has both sides of the spectrum. Listening to it, it’s therapeutic and difficult. It will always represent the most devastating thing that’s every happened to me in my whole life. But at the same time, music is therapy. It’s been therapy for me in the entire grieving process and in my entire life. I’m grateful that Sia collaborated on that song with me and it’s a moment in my life … music has just been so important and so helpful to me this whole year.
It was important to me that the album began with “Cannonball” and ended with “If You Say So.” I have to acknowledge what I’ve been through this year. It was really difficult, which I think is represented in “If You Say So” and a song like “Cannonball” represents finding strength and hope. These are the two sides of my life right now. The grief, but also the search for strength and hope. I really wanted those two songs to bookend the album. Really let everyone know where I’m at."
Lea Michele promotes her new album ‘Louder’ at Westfield Garden State Plaza Mall in Paramus, New Jersey on March 3, 2014
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