Reneé Rapp is seemingly in every single place. The star, who launched her debut album “Snow Angel” on Aug. 18, has steadily been making headlines over time for her Broadway and TV roles, which embrace Regina George in Broadway’s “Mean Girls: The Musical” — which she’ll reprise on display within the forthcoming film musical — and Leighton Murray in “The Sex Lives of College Girls,” which she publicly exited in July. Now, she’s formally launched her music profession, catapulting her to even higher notoriety and, naturally, sparking elevated curiosity in her romantic life.

For Rapp, all of the hypothesis has been a combined bag. “I see so much about my love life online. Some of it is totally funny and doesn’t affect me, and others of it really, really f*cking hurts my feelings,” she instructed Individuals in an Aug. 18 characteristic. “Trying to figure out how to deal with it. It’s definitely something that I struggle with and that will keep me up at night, and also something that I can laugh at some days. It just really depends. A lot of the things though are f*cking crazy and hilarious and also very hurtful.”

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Rapp went on to mirror on her present relationship standing. “I swore up and down I would never be in a public relationship and then I just found someone who I really loved and made me feel really safe and comfortable,” she stated. “So then I started posting with this person, and then it became a whole thing. Now I’m like, f*ck, I have to deal with the consequences of my own actions of publicly co-signing someone as my partner.”

Rapp didn’t verify who she was talking about within the interview, although on Aug. 5, she shared a TikTok of herself affectionately cozying as much as TikToker Alissa Carrington, fueling courting rumors. The pair had been first linked in January, when Carrington shared a birthday tribute to the star on Instagram.

Rapp beforehand instructed The Reduce that she was in a “queer relationship” in an Aug. 1 interview. And whereas she’s remained fairly quiet in regards to the particulars of her romantic historical past, she positively opens up about her experiences with love on “Snow Angel.”

“All the songs I write obviously are about things that I’ve been through personally, but I think that any relationship I’ve ever had in my life is all culminated into one on this project and in these songs. I love relationships. I love so hard,” she instructed Individuals. “I am very protective of the people that I love. I’m very protective of myself, and all of these situations were taken from relationships that I had, whether they be good or bad.”