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The reality of show business is that there are a lot of amazing parts of being in this business, but there is also a lot of negative stuff as well. You really have to have a really thick skin because people are going to say stuff about you, and some of it may not be very nice. I have a Twitter, I look at it, and I know what people say. It’s pretty intense and it’s very negative, which is unfortunate. But at the end of the day, in order to make it in this business and survive, you have to have a thick skin. […] You also have to keep the people around you, that you really love and that really love you. You have to stay true to yourself. It’s also important, when I’m not working, I’m home and I’m Lea. That’s the time that I recharge so that I can go to work the next day, and no matter what happens, I’m good.
Lea Michele [What’s the most negative thing in show business? | Giffoni Q&A, 7/20/14] (via girlmworld)
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