Lea Michele on Ellen + CannonBall Performance
Ellen: You’re going through the loss, you’re going through the feelings and all this, and you try to go out of your house and there’s paparazzi and people just hanging out. They don’t give you the decency and the respect to grieve and do what you need to do and you go hide somewhere.
'I just wanted to make sure that whenever she feels lonely, she can look up in the sky and… no matter where I am, she can know that I'm looking down on her.'
Lea Michele ends her first live performance of Cannonball with her hand over her heart, looking up, and smiling as if she were trying to say "I’ll be okay." I have a feeling that there was a tall, awkward, Canadian somewhere up there smiling back proudly, and saying "That’s my girl."
Lea Michele | Cannonball (Live on The Ellen DeGeneres Show)
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