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Jane Lynch is now leaving Broadway's 'Funny Girl' too early

"Funny Girl" suffers yet another shocking departure as Jane Lynch leaves the Broadway production earlier than expected.

The "glee" alum, 62, announced Tuesday that she is ending her activities as Mrs. Bryce early due to her vacation being planned.

Lynch originally planned that she would be on until September 4th, but she will be leaving the show on August 14th.

I am so grateful for this extremely talented company led by Beanie Feldstein and the amazing audience that keeps the theater alive!” she saidHollywood Reportersaid in a statement to

"Special thanks to my current scene partner Julie Benko. I will be back to see my friend Lea Michele light up." The Weakest Link host originally told the outlet that he had planned to take a break from the show from Aug. 15-22 to attend the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles for the holidays. They eventually agreed to end her run early.

Beanie Feldstein and Jane Lynch in "Funny Girl."
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This is not the first appearance of the "Funny Girl" lead one leaves early. Feldstein, who played Bryce in Fanny, announced her sudden departure from the musical on July 10. However, she ended her time on July 31 instead. It's a difficult decision to make," she wrote on Instagram. }

Feldstein made it look like her sensational departure was her choice, but a source told Page Six thatshe "basically I was fired," he said.

The "Lady Bird" star had to miss another performance of "Funny Girl" in mid-July afterwas diagnosed with tonsillitis..

"The last thing I want on this planet is to make the people I love sick. I am not allowed to be on stage all weekend." ' she said at the time.

Lynch's former "Glee" co-star Michele wasted no time in revealing that he will replace Feldstein in the lead roleafter Feldstein's pros and cons.

Lea Michele posing at an event.
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Cast and Produce Fanny Blythe on Broadway "See you on September 6th. @funnygirlbwy #FUNNYGIRL."

Michele's casting was acclaimed. Some were disappointed that she took the chance after was accused of being mean to a former colleague in 2020.

"Yes, Broadway stands for white people. Yes, Hollywood does the same. Yes, silence is complicity. Yes, I'm picky. Yes, I'll do it again," says fellow "Glee" alum Samantha. Marie Ware tweeted about Michele's Broadway gig.

Jane Lynch on a red carpet.
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June 2020 post by Michelle endorsing the Black Lives Matter Movement Ware, now 30, claimed that his former co-star was a racist,and made his life a "living hell" on the set of a Fox musical drama.

In response, the "Spring Awakening" star publicly apologized on Instagram, saying, "I clearly acted in ways that hurt other people."