Lea Michele feels ''lucky'' to have ''supportive'' friends and never feels in competition with them.
Lea Michele feels ''lucky'' to have ''supportive'' friends.
The former 'Glee' actress adores her female pals and is particularly grateful they are never in competition with one another.
She said: ''I feel like I've been really lucky to have found such a great group of girlfriends. I feel like competition and negativity grow hate -- it's such a common thing that you see -- and I'm so grateful to have such a strong, supportive group of girls around me.''
One of the 28-year-old beauty's friends is Kate Hudson, and Lea admires the 'Almost Famous' actress for her positive attitude and self-confidence.
She told People magazine: ''She lives her life every single day with such happiness and more than anything she's so confident in her skin, and I really do believe that she enjoys every day on this planet.''
Meanwhile, while she may be best known as a brunette, the 'Scream Queens' actress is considering lightening her locks, though she knows that will upset at least one of her pals.
She said: ''Jane Lynch said to me at work one day, 'Don't be one of those girls that dyes your hair blonde,' and I was like 'Oh, I would never, Jane. I'm never going to dye my hair blonde.
''But last night I thought maybe that 'bronde' thing that's happening right now -- the brown-blonde. I think I'm gonna wait until 'Scream Queens' is done though!''
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