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“Glee’s” Lea Michele isn’t made with plastic parts

Hollywoodnews.com: Lea Michele, the lead “Glee” tune queen bee is all natural. That’s right – she’s never had Botox, plastic surgery and more importantly, no nose job.

Michele sat down with Women’s Health and revealed that she was the only one in her high school class to “Not get a nose job.”

In addition, Michele watches her figure with a vegan diet, despite the fact that it might make her Italian family uneasy.

Michele also built her diet from the best-selling book “Skinny Bitch” which changed the way she approaches food.

“Coming from an Italian family, you can imagine [they] couldn’t understand,” Michele said, “But they respected my decision.”

Yet despite being at the top of her career, job and image wise, Hollywood can still be a daunting place, even when you’re successful.

“I love myself, the way I look, my body, but sometimes I can’t help but feel insecure [in L.A.]. It plays with your head,” confesses Michele.

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  • May 31, 2010 | Permalink |

    Good for you Lea!! Too many young actresses give in to the Holleywood hype and have all sorts of surgery done thinking that it will do more for them. It works for some, but not for most! Continue being you, and don’t fall into the same trap as so many young people in LA do!!

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