Broadway actor Gerard Canonico and others joined the chorus of disapproval over the allegedly bad behavior of Glee actress Lea Michele after former co-star Samantha Ware claimed that she had made her life on set hell.
The 30-year-old Canonico was a second cast in the original Broadway cast of Spring Awakening with Michele and their BFF Jonathan Groff, and commented on Wednesday on Michelle’s apologizing Instagram post.
“They were nothing more than a nightmare for me and other cast members. They made us feel like we didn’t belong there, “wrote Canonico in a comment on Instagram that he re-posted after claiming that it was originally deleted.
Under fire: Lea Michele (photo 2018) was accused of acting even worse on set after apologizing on Wednesday
“I have tried unsuccessfully for years to be nice to you. You may actually apologize instead of blaming how others “perceive” you.
Many other comments questioned the apology the actress’s vow saw “To be better in the future” and to admit that her “privileged position and immaturity” had contributed to causing pain to her former co-star.
Even Real Housewives from New York star Aviva Drescher had a story to tell and commented: “You were once very rude to me, so I am not surprised at your behavior. You shouldn’t judge others before looking in the mirror. ‘
TV and theater actress Emma Hunton, who also appeared in Spring Awakening, said: “This is not an excuse.”
Michele insisted that she did not remember the specific statement that she had threatened to empty herself in Samantha’s wig during an extended period of bullying in 2015.
Claims: Broadway actor Gerard Canonico made his own claims and commented on Michelle’s apology on Instagram
Speaking of which: Canonico, 30, was a second cast in the original Broadway cast of Spring Awakening with Michele and her BFF Jonathan Groff
The pregnant star said she “never judged others by their background or skin color,” but insisted that if she did, she would learn from the mistakes she made so that she “could be a real role model for my child.” she is born in a child a few months.
Other comments on Michelle’s post were, “To say that you didn’t do it is the worst excuse I’ve ever heard.” Another said: ‘This is not an excuse. Do you apologize for your “perception” of your behavior? There are several people who talk about your racist micro-attacks. ‘
The bullying allegations came to light after Michele was on social media last Friday to honor George Floyd and wrote: “George Floyd didn’t deserve it. This was not an isolated case and must end, ”she wrote.
Not impressed: actress Emma Hunton told Michele that this wasn’t an excuse
Another non-fan: Real Housewives by New York star Aviva Drescher also had a story to tell
Ware, who appeared in the sixth season of the series as Jane Hayward in 2015, quickly struck back: “Do you remember when you made my first TV appearance to hell?!?! …
Because I will never forget … I think you said everyone, if you had the opportunity you would be in my wig! “among other traumatic micro-aggressions that made me question a career in Hollywood. ‘
Michele’s explanation is complete: “One of the most important lessons of the past few weeks is that we have to take the time to listen and to look at other people’s perspectives and every role we have played or anything we can do Fighting injustices, getting to know face …
“I will be better in the future”: Lea Michele (left) has publicly apologized to Samantha Ware (right) and claims that she “made hell” during her stay with Glee
Hit: The 33-year-old actress admitted in a statement released on Instagram on Wednesday that her “privileged position and immaturity” had helped inflict pain on her former co-star (28)
“When I tweeted recently, this should be a sign of support for our friends, neighbors and color communities in this really difficult time …
“But the responses I got to my posts also focused on how they perceived my own behavior towards other actors.
“I don’t remember ever making that specific statement, and I never judged others by their background or skin color, but that’s not really the point. It is crucial that I clearly acted in such a way that other people were injured.
Speaking: Samantha (pictured last month) who played Jane Hayward on the series claimed the actress bullied her during her stay with Glee and even threatened to “empty it in her wig”.
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“Whether it was my privileged position and perspective that sometimes led to me being perceived as insensitive or inadequate, or whether it was just my immaturity and I was only unnecessarily difficult.”
Lea, who played the main character Rachel Berry throughout the course of the music show, continued: “I apologize for my behavior and for all the pain I have caused.
“We can all grow and change, and I’ve definitely used these past months to think about my own shortcomings.
“I am a few months away from becoming a mother, and I know I have to keep working to improve and take responsibility for my actions so that I can be a real role model for my child and share my lessons so that they can learn from me.
“I have listened to this criticism and am learning, and although I am very sorry, this experience will make me better in the future.”
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All the stars who spoke out against Lea Michele
Glee actress Samantha rekindled rumors of Lea Michelle’s alleged bad behavior on the set when she replied to Michelle’s post regarding George Floyd’s death earlier this week. Ware, 33, said: “Do you remember when you made my first TV appearance hell?!?! … Because I will never forget … I think you said to everyone if you had the opportunity you do it. ” *** in my wig! ‘Among other things, traumatic micro-aggression that made me question a career in Hollywood. ‘
Kick-off: Samantha Ware made claims about Lea Michele earlier this week.
Alex, who appeared as Unique Adams on the series for four seasons, promptly broadcast his feelings on Twitter. “We have nothing to lie about 6 years later!” He replied to a fan who suggested making false allegations of Michelle’s behavior.
Actor Dabier Snell, who appeared in an episode of Glee, claimed he wasn’t allowed to sit on the set with Michele and said, “Girl, you wouldn’t let me sit at the table with the other cast members because I wasn’t one of them” F – K YOU LEA, ‘
Riley, who played Mercedes Jones in all six seasons, shared two GIFs that followed the allegations. One raised a hand, the other sipped tea. The reaction caused a stir among fans, who saw it as a subtle way in which the actress intervened.
Bad memories: Lea on Glee with Chris Colfer and Heather Morris
Morris, 33, who played cheerleader Brittany S. Pierce on the Ryan Murphy show, claims that it is “very” uncomfortable to work with Michele and says, “Was it uncomfortable to work with?” Very much so; I believe that Lea should be called to treat others with the disrespect that she has been doing for as long as she has. ‘
Supergirl star Melissa Benoist, who appeared on Glee with Lea Michele, liked a number of posts that described the bullying and abusive behavior of stars towards Castmates. Benoist appeared in Glee’s fourth season with a character named Marley Rose. She sang a duet with Michele in the series. She also pushed the heart button on tweets from Glees Alex Newell and Amber Riley, which essentially confirmed the spirit of Wares feelings.
Aviva thresher from RHONY
Even Real Housewives from New York star Aviva Drescher had a story to tell and commented: “You were once very rude to me, so I am not surprised at your behavior. You shouldn’t judge others before looking in the mirror. ‘Michele made derogatory comments about Drescher during an episode of Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live.
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24-year-old Scream Queens actress Breslin was another former co-star who was caught “liking” a few tweets about the controversy. Including one that read, “Not everyone agreed that something about Lea Michele didn’t feel … where were you? I’ve been saying this for years?” I thought I was alone. ‘
Yvette Nicole Brown
The actress Yvette Nicole Brown also supported Ware. “I felt each of these capital letters,” tweeted the community actress. EVERYONE on the set deserves respect. And it is the RESPONSIBILITY of every regular series that EVERYONE who visits their home feels welcome. This dismissive attitude is what is wrong in Hollywood AND the world. “
The mayor actor responded to a series of responses to Wares first tweet, including one that asked Yvette Nicole Brown directly, “I suppose you’ve been feeling the same since you’ve worked with her?”
Broadway actor Gerard Canonico, 30, was a second cast in the original Broadway cast of Spring Awakening with Michele and her BFF Jonathan Groff. “They were nothing more than a nightmare for me and other cast members. They made us feel like we didn’t belong there, “wrote Canonico in a comment on her Instagram apology, which he posted again after claiming it was originally deleted.
Under fire: Lea Michele in April 2019