The producers had been looking for Marley for a really long time, and then when it happened, they threw me into wardrobe fittings and dance rehearsals."Were you a fan of before you got cast? I'd watch it with my best friend."How did it feel to step onto set and not only meet the actors, but also their characters?"Everyone is so nice, welcoming, and fun to be around.But she finds comfort in the Glee club, and quickly goes from wallflower to class heartthrob when she lands the role of Sandy in the school production of .She also finds herself in a love triangle with bad boy Jake Puckerman (Jacob Artist) and football player Ryder Lynn (Blake Jenner).He sings “Honesty” to her, because nothing makes a girl on this show change their mind about a thing like singing to her, and finally Sue relents and gives her blessing.In one way, this is just another classic example of sending in a straight white guy to fix the problems of a minority student, but in another way, Artie also is handicapable, so it’s much more palatable.
But I definitely have a very huge shy streak just like her. I'm very close with my mom and can completely relate to that. I never ever thought that I could pull them off, so in daily life, I don't really wear them, but I love Marley's wardrobe. It was such a moment for Marley to have so much moxie and gumption, and Alex Newell and I let loose and rocked out.
I sang a Regina Spektor song, ' Fidelity,' a couple of musical theatre songs, and the last songs I performed were ' King of Anything' by Sara Bareilles and a Colbie Caillat song. And then I had two screen tests in California for [creator] Ryan Murphy and his team, and I haven't been back to New York since I got the job.
I started working the day I found out that I got the part.
“Oh, Becky,” Sue says, “I don’t have any feelings.” And so Becky reveals that she’s outgrown the high school bitches at Mc Kinley and wants to move away to college.
Sue smiles at her so sweetly and starts helping her strike all the swear words out of her application essay.