Following their show Thursday night, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jonathan Groff, and the rest of the cast decided to honor the 57-year-old with an upbeat cover of his song Let's Go Crazy!
Of course, this bonding time with her former on-screen beau comes only a month after Miz Michele's split from Matthew Paetz. As you may know, Matthew broke up with Lea after dating for two years and getting her past the highly publicized death of her late love Cory Monteith.
Oh man! Nonetheless, it seems that the Scream Queens starlet couldn't be happier as she and Groff were all smiles and on the verge of hysterics in the pic (above). She wrote:
When Madonna released her song Express Yourself all those years ago, we're not sure this is what she had in mind!
Jonathan Groff recently opened up to FourTwoNine about his missed connection with the superstar singer back April, when she was not invited backstage after seeing a production of Hamilton at the Public Theater in New York City.
For those of you wondering why on Earth author-slash-composer Lin-Manuel Miranda denied the pop princess' request to meet the cast of the hip-hop musical, it might be because she wasn't watching the show as much as she was texting through it.
But the Broadwaybabe wasn't really broken up about not being able to talk to the music icon. In fact, Jonathan hopes the snub taught her a lesson about theater etiquette, saying:
As we previously reported, SeaWorld faced immense backlash following the release of animal rights documentary Blackfish, an exposé which revealed the dangers of breeding and keeping whales in captivity. The park has since faced immense public pressure, dropping ticket sales, and a decreased fan base.
Now it looks like the company is trying to make good on their promise to improve the lives of their beloved orcas... or are they?
According to SeaWorld, a replacement program called "Orca Encounters" (set to debut this summer) will be a less flashy and "education-based" experience depicting the "natural behaviors" of killer whales.