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“If everything around you feels rich in color and super comforting, people will always feel like they are home.”

“If everything around you feels rich in color and super comforting, people will always feel like they are home.”

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Lea to appear on The Chew the week of May 19    

Ultimate 80s heartthrob Rick Springfield helps kick off “Ultimate Week” on Monday, May 19 with the best in sweets, show-stopping suppers, ultimate breakfasts and delicious BBQ. The week also features appearances from Bethenny Frankel and Lea Michele (“Glee”). “The Chew” airs MONDAY - FRIDAY (1:00- 2:00 p.m., ET) on The ABC Television Network.

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Exclusive: Lea Michele’s Inspiring Backyard Transformation    

LEA’S GUIDE TO SPRING:

Create the feeling of escape with outdoor fabrics: “I really love the curtains that we added around the pavilion. Now I look into the backyard and see these dramatic striped curtains and blue cushions. It’s just so much more beautiful.”

Know your signature flower power: “Indoors, my favorite flowers are Mums. And I really love Gardenias around my house.”

Robin egg blue is in for spring: “I really like the girly elements Estee brings in. I probably would not have picked the robin egg blue at first sight, but now that it’s there, it’s perfect.”

With the scene set, Michele welcomed friends for Pimm’s Buck cocktails and a garden dinner expertly prepared by Jeff Nimer of Haute Chefs LA. Friends, including Switch Boutique’s Jennifer and Julia Cohen and actress Aubrey Doller, gathered around a farm table adorned with a garland of freshly cut flowers by Meinshatz. According to Michele, there are only two hostessing prerequisites: “If everything around you feels rich in color and super comforting, people will always feel like they are home.”

LEA’S TIPS FOR HOSTING OUTDOORS:

The best ice-breaker is a cozy floor plan: “Make the environment comfortable with lots of places where people can move around and sit. They will feel like this is their home too, not that they are in someone else’s space.”

Spring’s “it” drink: a Pimm’s Buck with edible flowers for garnish: “The key to hosting the perfect outdoor party is a great drink. Our Pimm’s cocktails had beautiful flowers in them — both inviting and delicious.

Simple, garden-fresh dishes keep the party casual: Chef Nimer served crispy chicken cutlets and a fresh bibb lettuce salad with roasted garlic buttermilk dressing.

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"Oh my God. I am a huge Glee fan, too. I am so obsessed with Lea Michele [who plays Rachel]. She is my favorite—Spring Awakening, hello! When she did “Jar of Hearts” I remember it was actually the day my first album came out. We did not plan that. I don’t even know what you call that. It was the best luck ever. She sang the song so strongly. It was so rad, there is just no other way to put it. It was so overwhelmingly cool.
I also didn’t believe anyone until I saw it because that is too awesome, like no way! Then when I saw it I knew it was real. I told Lea I loved it; then she ended up cutting one of my songs recently on her album. That whole thing keeps blowing my mind. I wrote “Empty Handed” on her album Louder." — Christina Perri 

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"Loss is inevitable. Cry when they go. Whisper to them through the stars. And instead of letting loss scar you and make you hide from the ones you love in fear of losing them too, love them even more. Appreciate the small moments shared. Let death be a reminder that this life is not long and that you must reach out and grab something if you truly want it. Be honest, be raw, be forgiving. Know that when your loved ones leave, they are not really gone. Death is nothing more than a transition. They will visit you in dreams, in feathers, in knocks on the window, in closing doors. You carry parts of their soul with you eternally." — Emery Allen

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I used to watch television shows to distract myself from reality but it’s gotten to the point where I need reality to distract me from my television shows

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I know my heart’s too drunk to drive but I’m on my way to you

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