PS: Speaking of TV. We're approaching the final season of Glee. What do you hope for Rachel in the episodes to come?
LM: I really hope to just get to, really get to her core and get to see the Rachel that we knew from season one. It's a very interesting storyline for next year. It's very unique and shocking. But I think it all comes full circle.
PS: In the book, you talk about being on Broadway for Spring Awakening and then moving on to do TV for Glee. Rachel has a similar story arc in which she is doing Funny Girl on Broadway and is then recruited for a TV pilot in LA. Was this inspired by your life?
LM: It definitely was. I think for this season they really kind of based it around [me], because I met Ryan [Murphy] during [my] Spring Awakening [years]. So I think that, yeah, he used that as inspiration for sure.
PS: How do you feel about the fact that it's coming to an end? It's obviously been such a big part of your life.
LM: I could do Glee for forever. I love it. I've always loved playing Rachel. I love being part of the show. It will be very emotional, but I do think it's time for everyone to move on.