Pregnant Lea Michele Poses Backstage with Jonathan Groff and Daniel Radcliffe After Their Tony Wins

“Old friends and new friends," the 'Glee' actress captioned a group photo

<p>Lea Michele/Instagram</p> Lea Michele (left) with Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez

Lea Michele/Instagram

Lea Michele (left) with Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez

Lea Michele is showing her support!

On Monday, June 24, the Glee alum (and her baby bump) were seen posing backstage while celebrating her friends’ wins.

“Old friends and new friends ❤️ Congratulations to the entire cast of @merrilyonbway for an amazing season!” Michele, 37, captioned an Instagram photo of herself with some of the Broadway musical's cast.

Lindsay Mendez and John Gallagher Jr. were in the picture, as well as recent Tony winners Jonathan Groff and Daniel Radcliffe.

On June 16, Groff, 39, and Radcliffe, 34, took home their first Tonys for their work in the Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim’s 1981 musical Merrily We Roll Along. Groff won best actor in a musical, while Radcliffe won best featured actor in a musical. Mendez, 41, was nominated for best featured actress in a musical.

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As Groff took the stage at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater to accept his first Tony, the actor thanked his family for "always allowing my freak flag to fly without ever making me feel weird about it."

He also thanked his chosen family — Merrily castmates Radcliffe and Mendez — in his speech. "You are more than old friends — you are soulmates," he said. "And I’m looking forward to watching each other change for the rest of our lives."

<p>Getty(2)</p> Jonathan Groff, Daniel Radcliffe — 2024 Tony Awards


Jonathan Groff, Daniel Radcliffe — 2024 Tony Awards

The Harry Potter star thanked his parents and his girlfriend.

"My mum and dad are here somewhere — happy Father's Day, dad, I love you both so much. Thank you for playing Sondheim in the car and just, you know, loving me," Radcliffe said at the end of his speech. "And my love Erin — you and our son are the best thing that has ever happened to me. I love you so much, thank you so much. Thank you everybody."

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After Groff’s big onstage moment, he told reporters in a press room that Michele was supporting him from afar at a Tony Awards watch party with some of their other friends and former cast members.

Groff and Michele costarred in Glee and later reunited to work together in Broadway's Spring Awakening.

"They're all watching, or Gideon [Glick] and Lea and [John Gallagher Jr.] are all watching at Lea's house," Groff said.

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He added that he and his Spring Awakening castmates have "all reconnected," while mentioning their 2021 reunion during a one-night-only show honoring the production's 15th anniversary.

"There's been a lot of reflecting and remembering and appreciating of that Spring Awakening experience," Groff said in the press room, saying the show "changed my life."

"I found who I was at that time, and ... it felt essential to mention everybody involved in that show because it was so meaningful to me," he continued. "And also because Merrily ... invites us all to touch that part of ourselves that we had inside of us when we were doing Spring Awakening."

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