Actor Cory Monteith tragically died of an overdose in Vancouver, Canada at the age of 31 on July 13, 2013. During that time, he was seriously dating his ‘Glee’ co-star Lea Michele. With the one-year anniversary of Cory’s death days away, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how Lea will mourn the loss that day.
Lea Michele, 27, and Cory Monteith met on the set of their show Glee and had a happy relationship together until Cory’s tragic death. Since Cory’s passing almost one year ago, Lea has honored him with songs she wrote about their love and sweet memory posts online. And on July 13 of this year, a source opens up to us what Lea will do for “most of the day.”
After meeting Matthew Paetz on the set of her ‘On My Way’ music video, Lea Michele is reportedly dating him. As her first boyfriend since Cory, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively that she actually sees a lot of her late costar in Matt.
Lea Michele is reportedly dating again, and we’re so glad to hear that Matthew Paetz has been treating her “like a princess,” because she deserves it. A source close to Lea told HollywoodLife.com exclusively that she’s the “happiest she’s been in a long time,” which is great since she was so heartbroken by the horrible death of Cory Monteith.
Lea is quietly dating Matthew Paetz — a gorgeous model she met while shooting her ‘On My Way’ music video — but a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY the relationship is ‘not serious’ and the Glee starlet is still not over Cory Monteith.
It’s been nearly a year since Cory Monteith‘s tragic heroin overdose and Lea Michele is still reeling from the loss. The Glee star isn’t ready to replace her former love, but she is trying to move forward by having fun with hot model Matthew Paetz, explains a source to HollywoodLife.com.
Lea Michele is not going to sit by and watch history repeat itself. After losing her boyfriend and ‘Glee’ co-star, Cory Monteith, to a lethal cocktail of heroin and alcohol in July of 2013, the actress is reportedly reaching out to Zac Efron and urging the troubled actor to seek help.
Zac Efron seems to be struggling to get his life back on track after his two stints in rehab in 2013. Perhaps his friend Lea Michele will be the one who finally gets through to the 26-year-old heartthrob. After losing her beloved boyfriend Cory Monteith to a lethal combination of heroin and alcohol, Lea is reportedly reaching out to give the That Awkward Moment star some much-needed advice that could potentially save his life.
Episode 100 of ‘Glee’ brought back the original New Directions and was quite the celebration, but of course it also paid tribute to its fallen member. During the episode, not only did the glee club remember Finn, but Lea Michele remembered Cory by posting a sweet Instagram pic.
To celebrate Glee hitting the 100th episode on March 18, Lea Michele began posting pics from the cast over the years — one of her on the first day of filming, one of her with some of the cast in 2008, and then one in front of a billboard in 2009 — with Cory Monteith.
The star looks stunning on the April cover of ‘Seventeen,’ and inside she has a lot to say about life after ‘Glee.’
Lea Michele has tackled TV and Broadway, and now the gorgeous actress is bringing her talents to the April cover of Seventeen magazine. Talking about the possibility of a Glee spin-off, being comfortable and confident with her body, and on finding, (and losing), her true love, the 27-year-old is an open book.
Lea Michele continues to open up about the loss of her boyfriend, Cory Monteith. In a new interview she reveals that the ‘Glee’ couple were planning on starting a family together.
Get your tissues ready. Lea Michele’s ‘Louder’ album doesn’t hit stands until March 3, but her new single written after Cory’s death has come out and it reveals how she felt just seven days after his tragic death, and why she got the tattoo of the words ‘If You Say So.’
So so sad. Lea Michele‘s new song “If You Say So” takes us through the last conversation the Glee star had with her boyfriend Cory Monteith before he died in Vancouver on July 13. Listen to the emotional ballad here.
On March 18, ‘Glee’ will reach it’s hundredth episode, and while the network brought back the original New Directions for the celebration, one song was heartbreaking to sing without Cory.
In a new interview, co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk revealed that while the cast is excited to take on some of the best Glee hits ever on the hundredth episode, it wasn’t easy to perform “Don’t Stop Believin'” without Cory Monteith. The song was the first and last that Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn performed together.
Lea is the epitome of a strong woman. On the March 2014 cover of ‘Teen Vogue,’ the actress and singer looks more beautiful than ever — and is opening up to her best friend about the best friend she lost last year.
Lea Michele had an emotional heart-to-heart with her co-star Jonathan Groff for a different kind of interview in Teen Vogue. She revealed how she came up with the name Louder for her new album — and what Cory Monteith‘s favorite song on it was.
So sad. In what should have been a poignant moment, Cory’s remembrance at the Grammys on Jan. 26 was soured when they spelled his name wrong during the “In Memoriam” segment.
It was fitting that the Grammy Awards honored Cory Monteith by including him in their “In Memoriam” segment on Jan. 26 and trying to remember all the great contributions he made to the music world. However, the ceremony’s execution of the tribute left a whole lot to be desired.
Paul Walker and Cory Monteith were two of many honored at the 2014 SAG Awards on Jan. 18 during the memoriam segment.
From Cory to Paul to Nelson Mandela, we lost many great, talented people in the year 2013. They may be gone, but they will not be forgotten.
The world lost a fair share of legends in 2013, in the entertainment industry and outside of it. But with every star, like Nelson Mandela and Paul Walker, the amazing outpouring of support and love that followed their deaths proved how much they meant to the world. As we turn the page on 2013, let’s remember the stars we lost this year.
It’s a huge week for Lea! She released her first single off of ‘Louder’ on Dec. 10, and on Dec. 12 she went on ‘Ellen’ to do her first live performance of the hit song, ‘Cannonball.’
We’ve heard Lea Michele‘s extremely strong voice on Glee over the years, but for the first time ever, we got to see her perform her own song live on Ellen! Watch the amazing video below.
In her most revealing interview about Cory yet, Lea teared up on ‘Ellen’ when she revealed why Cory was the ‘greatest’ man in the world — and spoke about how he gave her advice on her upcoming album, ‘Louder,’ before his tragic death. Click to watch.
Lea Michele‘s Dec. 12 interview on Ellen didn’t leave a dry eye in the audience, since she spoke about what it was like working with her Glee “family” again after the passing of her boyfriend, Cory Monteith. She also said she wants “rise” from her grief for Cory, because he inspired her to do her best, and his love made her feel like the “luckiest girl in the world.”