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‘Megan isn’t even thinking about dating right now, but she knows that when she does move on from Pete, she needs to date someone as famous as her – or more famous – who understands the pressures of her career, plus the fact she’ll be flying all over the place as her music career takes off,’ a source reportedly claimed to 'High Heeled Shoes' & 'Far Cry From Love' AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD NOW 🎼 ON ITUNES & SPOTIFY!
Wicks also performed alongside Natalie Daradich and Libby Servais (standbys) and Alexa Green (understudy) as Glinda.
Wicks was on leave from the production from the end of March until early May 2009, during which the role was covered by Vicki Noon.
She and Clarke were replaced by Jackie Burns and Chandra Lee Schwartz.
Wicks appeared in the Broadway production of Wicked in the lead role of Elphaba.
During her five months as Elphaba, she performed alongside Megan Hilty, Erin Mackey, Laura Woyasz and Emily Rozek in the role of Glinda. Original Los Angeles cast member Eden Espinosa replaced Wicks in the role three days later.Not long after rekindling their romance, reports alleged that Megan Mc Kenna and Pete Wicks called time on their romance again.Insiders claimed that the pair never resolved their issues and have decided to go their separate ways once more.Wicks played her final performance as Elphaba on February 28, 2010, after performing the role over 500 times during a two-year period between the Los Angeles and San Francisco productions.Eden Espinosa once again replaced her, the first being in L. Wicks' performance in San Francisco won her many fans and inspired the San Francisco-based Wicked fan group known as "the TWickies" (the name coming from "T. The TWickies were die-hard fans of Wicked in San Francisco even after Wicks' departure and remain loyal followers of her career today.
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