Tell us how we unequivocally feel, Naya Rivera.
In her newly published memoir, Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes and Growing Up, a 29-year-old thespian writes about personal matters, like her secret abortion and her high propagandize follower job. But she also reveals sum about a series of celebrities, including Glee‘s Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Mark Salling, as good as rapper Big Sean and thespian Ariana Grande. Rivera has no regrets about spilling a tea her associate stars. In fact, as she told E! News during La Piazza during The Grove in L.A. Tuesday, “I still have scars, yet they aren’t purgation blood anymore.”
Here are a juiciest revelations from Sorry Not Sorry:
1. Her adversary with Michele was real—but a tad overblown.
“One of a Glee writers once pronounced that Lea and we were like dual sides of a same battery and that about sums us up. We are both clever willed and competitive—not only with any other yet with everyone—and that’s not a good mixture,” writes Rivera, whose character, Santana, was mostly during contingency with Michele’s character, Rachel. “As a uncover progressed, though, that loyalty started to mangle down, generally as Santana changed from a credentials impression to one with bigger tract lines and some-more shade time. we consider Rachel—erm, we meant Lea—didn’t like pity a spotlight.”
“On tip of that, she had a tough time separating work from a outward friendship, since it was a lot easier for me,” she adds. “I’m not annoyed when people offer feedback or criticism, and if things get exhilarated on set, we try to keep perspective. We’re all stressed, yes, yet we’re all operative toward a same goal, so giggle it off and keep it movin’. Lea was a lot some-more sensitive, though, and it seemed like she blamed me for anything and all that went wrong.”
“If I’d complained about anyone or anything, she’d insincere we was bitching about her. Soon, she started to omit me, and eventually it got to a indicate where she didn’t contend a word to me for all of Season 6,” Rivera writes. “Lea and we really weren’t a best of friends, and we doubt we’ll ever lay on her cot and eat kale together again, yet a rumors of a ‘feud’ were blown out of proportion.”