Last night, 'Glee' aired 'The Quarterback,' its long-awaited tribute to Cory Monteith. It was both a beautiful testament to Monteith himself, and his character, Finn. One crucial character did not appear in the episode, however: Dianna Agron, who played Finn's girlfriend, Quinn, on the series.
The 'Glee' world was thrown into turmoil when one of its stars, Cory Monteith died suddenly and tragically of a heroine overdose on July 13 at the age of 31 after struggling with his demons to stay clean and sober.
In order to allow its fans, as well as the cast and crew to heal from Monteith's passing, Cory's character Finn was laid to rest in tonight's heart-wrenching episode 'The Quarterback,' giving both character and his real life counterpart a fitting memorial.
Lea Michele has been largely silent since the death of her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith, who played her character Rachel Berry's love interest, Finn Hudson, on 'Glee.' Until now. In a heartbreaking confession, Michele revealed that she lost two people when Monteith died.
Love must be in the air for 'Glee' cast members. Just a few days ago, we found out Naya Rivera is engaged to rapper Big Sean, and now we're hearing Dot-Marie Jones recently popped the question to girlfriend Bridgett Casteen, too.
Cory Monteith's death shook the 'Glee' cast and crew to their core. The tribute episode to the star, who died of a lethal mixture of heroin and alcohol, will air this week. Titled 'The Quarterback,' it was the absolute hardest episode anyone on cast or crew has ever had to shoot.
'Glee' star Cory Monteith died in July at the age of 31, due to a drug overdose. The final coroner's report has been released, revealing that the star, who had checked into rehab in the spring to deal with his issues, was shooting heroin and drinking champagne in a Canadian hotel room on the night of his death. It turned out to be a fatal cocktail.
'Glee' made its triumphant Season Five return to FOX tonight (Sept. 26) for part one of a two-part Beatles tribute in the episode 'Love, Love, Love.' And with a super group likes the Beatles as the inspiration, you know it's going to be one powerful episode.
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