WATCH: Lea Michele Reveals Her Biggest Fake Tan Horror Tale!


We’ve heard a fair few fake tan horror stories including stained bed sheets, streaks from the rain and tangoed complexions, but Glee star Lea Michele has a seminal tan story of her own.

The 26-year-old star stopped by at The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and shared a story about the time a dog urinated all over right leg after she’d got a spray tan. Yikes.

Lea officially has the worst fake tan horror story we’ve ever encountered, as she went on to continue that when people came round her house to apply the tan, the star was circumspect not to mess up her new glow, but things went a little haywire come lunchtime.

“I put my feet up to take a nice lunch break and one of the managers had their dog,” she explained.

She quipped: “The dog jumped on my lap and I was like, ‘Oh, so cute!’ and he went to pick up the dog and the dog peed all over me!”

WATCH: Lea Michele Reveals Her Biggest Fake Tan Horror Tale!
WATCH: Lea Michele Reveals Her Biggest Fake Tan Horror Tale!

Lea Michele discusses her fake tan tale with Jay Leno - Wenn

Lea further explained that since the fake tan was still drying, the pee quite the zebra print of her legs.

“I wiped it off, but because I didn’t wipe off the spray tan yet it left pee streaks all over my legs for days — I had zebra-striped pee marks on my legs!” Animal prints couldn’t be more in this season, Lea, so we wouldn’t worry.

Lea looked gorgeous on the talk show, however, with not a streak in sight as she donned a leather form-fitting dress and wore her voluminous brunette tresses in a wavy sleek style.

What do you think of Lea's fake tan tale? Have you had worse? Let us know!

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