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Lea Michele Sings ‘Let It Go,’ Gets Tattoo

Lea Michele sings the hit song from Disney’s Frozen, ‘Let It Go,’ in a promo for the upcoming final season of Glee. And it appears like she has quite likely been able to let it go in...
Lea Michele Sings ‘Let It Go,’ Gets Tattoo
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Lea Michele sings the hit song from Disney’s Frozen, ‘Let It Go,’ in a promo for the upcoming final season of Glee. And it appears like she has quite likely been able to let it go in her real life, too. Lea was devastated when her longtime boyfriend Corey Monteith died from an accidental overdose a year ago this past summer. Fortunately she has been able to move on and find new love–in one Matthew Paetz.

    Michele and Paetz were spotted in the Shamrock Social Club in West Hollywood–a noted tattoo parlor–where both acquired some new ink. Although neither displayed their artwork for the waiting cameras, E! News reports that Lea Michele got a small tattoo on one of her fingers.

    A couple of Instagram shots shared by the Glee star indicate that Matthew Paetz got something much bigger than that.

    Lea captioned this one, “It was a @dr_woo_ssc kind of Saturday night… #smilingthroughthepain.”

    A photo posted by Lea Michele (@msleamichele) on

    And then this photo of Matthew’s work in progress is captioned, “@dr_woo_ssc you are a genius!”

    A photo posted by Lea Michele (@msleamichele) on

    E! reports that Lea Michele and Matthew Paetz have even moved in together, meaning not only that their relationship has reached new heights, but that Lea has truly been able to move past the pain of losing Corey Monteith so tragically.

    A source tells E!, “It just made sense for them to move in cause they spend so much time with one another. He treats her like a queen.”

    Fans will be able to see that ‘queen’ when the sixth and final season of Glee premieres on Friday, January 9th.

    Will you be sad to see Lea Michele and the rest of the Glee cast take their final bow?

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