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"I can assure you that [the rumors] aren't real,” she said.“It's super-frustrating sometimes, and I used to fight back, but now I feel like, you can think what you want to think about me - that's OK.”Michele said that Hudson even personally called her up after reading a tabloid story about their alleged feud, just to let her know that the story wasn’t true, and commend her for her job on the show. I want you to know I think you’re amazing” Michele said Hudson told her.

Monteith was raised in Victoria, British Columbia, mostly by his mother, an interior decorator.His parents split when he was seven, and Monteith didn't see much of his dad, who was in the military."Before Cory passed away, Lea was definitely the leader on set, and so was Cory," says Jane Lynch, who plays conniving cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester. She's the reason we're back at work right now instead of taking a season off." In addition to the pressure of helping to keep the show together, Michele feels the pressure of knowing legions of grieving fans read into her every move: Is she already dating again?Could their relationship have been a publicity stunt all along?"Kate says Lea is a nightmare,” said a source for US Weekly.

“Once, during a technical delay, Lea snapped her fingers and said, 'Let's go. '"But according to Michele, the quote was a fabrication.

“Everyone on set is really happy with what they are seeing with the relationship.”As for Michele, she says that having a professional relationship with Monteith has helped her work better as well.

“I love working with Cory, I always have,” she told People at Glee’s season four premiere in Los Angeles.

It’s hardly a secret that “Glee” co-stars Lea Michele and Cory Monteith have been dating in real life for quite some time, but in a new interview for the upcoming January issue of Marie Claire, Michele finally opened up about their relationship for the first time. For the first time in my life, I feel really, really settled and happy.

Michele, 26, and Monteith, 30, first met in 2009 as onscreen love interests Rachel and Finn on the set of “Glee,” and have been rumored to be dating since last fall, around the time that Michele split from actor boyfriend Theo Stockman.“I don’t even remember a time when he wasn’t my boyfriend,” Michele said of Monteith. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world.”Michele’s high praises of Monteith probably won’t come as a shock to those who work with the couple.

“[Kate Hudson] went straight to the top of my list because it was so classy of her to take a minute to [address the rumor], even though we both knew it was the biggest piece of crap in the whole world.