She’s busy promoting her new album Places, which she’s described as being ‘very personal’.
And Lea Michele looked chic as ever as she arrived at MediaCity in Manchester ahead of her appearance on BBC Breakfast on Friday morning.
The former Glee star, 30, put on a sophisticated display in a sheer white lace dress as she arrived at the studios.
Sophisticated: Lea Michele looked chic as ever as she arrived at MediaCity in Manchester ahead of her appearance on BBC Breakfast on Friday morning
The singer wore a black slip dress beneath the lace number, adding a black tie around the neck to accessorise the stylish look.
She finished off the monochrome ensemble with a pair of black stiletto heels.
Wearing her brunette tresses tied up into a pony tail, she opted for a pink lipstick to complement the feminine look, adding a liberal coating of mascara to finish.
Big smile: The former Glee star, 30, looked in high spirits as she arrived for the interview
Chic: She opted for sheer white lace dress, which she teamed with black stiletto heels
Lea revealed on BBC Breakfast that she gets emotional when performing Glee songs on stage.
‘I find myself going back to the moments where I sang them in the show, and I do get kind of choked up,’ she said.
She added: ‘What I did learn on Broadway was how to sing and cry very well at the same time.’
Speaking about her new album she described the material as ‘very personal to me’, adding that she uses her music as an ‘opportunity to open up’.
Classy lady: Lea later draped a black coat over her shoulder as she left the studios
Shoe trouble? An assistant was seen helping her adjust her heels outside the studio
It comes as Lea spoke candidly about how she finds it hard to talk about her late partner Cory Monteith, who died from drink and drug intoxication in July 2013.
She revealed that one of the tracks from her album, Hey You, is about Cory but considered leaving it off the LP.
Speaking to PrideSource, she said: ‘I wasn’t originally thinking of including that on the album. It’s sort of a sensitive subject for me that’s hard to talk about, and I didn’t want anything on the record that I couldn’t talk about.
‘But it just felt so beautiful. It wasn’t about loss, it wasn’t about sadness. It was really about joy and love.’
‘It’s hard to talk about’: Lea has opened up about how she finds it difficult to speak about the loss of her late partner Cory Monteith, who died from drink and drug intoxication in July 2013