While fans are buzzing over the fate of the soon-to-be graduates on Glee, cast member Lea Michele, not knowing when her time could be up, told OK! that she would rather focus on her job now then worry about the future.
“Oh my G-d, that could be in five years,” Leah explained to OK! on Friday of when she may leave the FOX show, “So I have to plan on what I am doing in five years. Do you know what you are doing in five years?”
Instead of worrying about where her career will take her when she is no longer a part of the Glee cast, Leah told OK! that she likes to, “take it one day at a time.”
“I feel like it would be very unfair to my show if I didn’t do that because we have a great season this year and you have to focus on what you are doing in the moment,” the 25-year-old gushed to OK! at Variety's Power of Women Luncheon in L.A.
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The starlet, who cites Angelina Jolie as an “incredible” inspiration, is hard at work on the upcoming season of Glee in the meantime, which she says is all about going, “back to basics.”
FOX’s Glee, also starring Mark Salling and Amber Riley premieres with a 2-hour episode this Monday night!