Lea Michele rehearses with Glee co-star Kristin Chenoweth! See pics!

by Emily H
Glee - New New York

Lea Michele took to Twitter last night to post pics of her secret rehearsal session with her Glee co-star Kristin Chenoweth.

Michele sent out 2 tweets to her over 4 million followers during the evening. The first message confirmed she was rehearsing with the Wicked star at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

The second tweet featured another performance pic (which you can see below), and appeared to be a more personal message from the Glee star to Chenoweth. Michele tweeted, “I love you so much @KChenoweth thank you for including me in such an amazing evening! I’m so excited!” [sic]. The tweet was also tagged #ForGood, suggesting that the two pint size ladies were set to perform the track from the musical ‘Wicked’, in which Chenoweth starred. Michele herself, however, is no stranger to a ‘Wicked’ song. On Glee, Michele has already covered ‘Defying Gravity’ and performed ‘For Good’ with Chris Colfer, who plays Kurt Hummel.

Courtesy of Lea Michele/Twitter.

Courtesy of Lea Michele/Twitter.

Chenoweth was quick to reply to her friend’s gracious tweet, exciting fans even more by tweeting: “@msleamichele people are in for such a great treat. Yeehah!!!!!!” [sic].

Though the musical pair did not explicitly reveal what they were rehearsing for, it’s thought that Michele will be joining the Oklahoma native for a duet tonight at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where Chenoweth will be inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame.


Chenoweth is one of a long list of inductees this year, including The Go-Go’s, John Williams, Garth Brooks, Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, Henry Mancini, Frank Sinatra, Placido Domingo, Liza Minnelli, B.B. King, Josh Groban, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and John Legend.

To prepare for what is sure to be a pretty incredible performance of For Good, check out Lea Michele and Chris Colfer performing the track on Glee;

Then take a look at Kristin Chenoweth performing the musical number with the Boston Pops Orchestra;

Are you excited for this duet? Let us know in the comments below.