My son cried “hysterically” when he heard me sing

Lea Michele's son Ever, 2, started

Lea Michele appears on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Todd Owyoung/NBC

actress Leah Michele has made her triumphant return to the Broadway stage in Funny girl resuscitation, although her son wasn’t as enthusiastic.

“[Starting Funny Girl was] the first time I went back to work [since he was born]said Michele, 36, during a performance on Friday, September 30 The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon about son Ever, 2. “I’ve been at his house 100 percent for the past two years, and now I’m back to work.”

She added, “So, my vocal coach said, ‘You could try to include what you’re doing, try to include him so he can be a part of it and you can’t be away from him that much.'”

Lea Michele's son Ever, 2, started
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That joy Alum decided to take her singing teacher’s suggestion and asked her husband: Zandy Reichbringing her son into the room “the other day” while she went through her warm-up exercises.

“I hit something like a high note and [Ever] started crying hysterically,” Michele recalled of the host Jimmy Fallon. “I’m like, ‘Okay, that was a big failure!'”

That spring awakening The star – who welcomed her baby boy in August 2020 – noted that she enjoys singing Ever lullabies before he goes to sleep and offers to sing ballads CeLine Dion or Barbra Streisand. However, the toddler is only interested in hearing either “The Green Grass Grows” or the theme songs Peppa Pig and Daniel Tiger. “That’s a really tough question for parents,” she quipped on Friday. “Always the same.”

Michele – who married the 39-year-old Reich in 2019 – even recorded a lullaby album, Foreverwhich she dedicated to her little one.

“Being a mother is one of the greatest gifts and I love being Ever’s mother. It was very special to do my lullaby album as a tribute to him,” he said New Year’s Eve Actress told exclusively Us weekly in May. “I wanted to sing songs that are special and important to me and that have a special meaning behind them. These songs were songs I listened to when I first found out I was pregnant and it’s so nice to be able to sing them to my son now.”

Lea Michele's son Ever, 2, started

Lea Michele and Jimmy Fallon in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Todd Owyoung/NBC

Despite eight songs on the album to choose from to sing Ever to sleep, Michele admitted her little boy is “very picky” when it comes to music choices.

“I love singing ‘Here Comes The Sun.’ [by the Beatles] and Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’ for him,” the actress shared Usbefore noting that Ever prefers “Twinkle, Twinkle” and “Happy Birthday”.

Ever is particular about what he wants to hear scream queens Singing alum, she found a rapturous audience playing Fanny Brice Funny girl.

“It was so amazing,” Michele gushed Friday after Fallon, 48, complimented her six standing ovations during her debut performance. “It was great. … Being back [on Broadway] and being on the show which i have loved for so many years but i am such a fan of this production [with] this incredible cast, this incredible score.”

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Jaclyn Diaz

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