Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.
Producer Mike Will Made-It even chimed in:
[Image via Theo Wenner/Rolling Stone Magazine.]
Lea Michele may not legally be able to do a live NBC musical, but she is getting Peter Panned!
They couldn't have been Louder with their distaste, giving it a totally unfair ONE STAR out of five!
"Michele's show-tune-style belting is a little too perfect for today's pop charts."
Hmm, "too perfect" isn't a criticism we hear too much. Except maybe in job interviews when they ask us to list our greatest faults. The reviewer can't resist slamming the whole effort, writing:
"The album will make a decent audition tape for Julie Taymor's inevitable production of Teenage Dream: The Katy Perry Musical in a few more years."
Wow. Someone call Ian Ziering, because we see a SNARKnado coming! We're going to rely on our own ears and hearts for this one, thanks.
Is Rolling Stone's review too harsh? What do U think?