'Glee' star Lea Michele’s new album 'Louder' was released last week. Now the actress is opening up about some the album’s more personal elements. One of the record's deeper tracks, “If You Say So,” reveals the last words that Cory Monteith ever told Lea before his tragic heroin overdose.
'Glee' star Lea Michele is about to release her new album, 'Louder,' next week. A sneak peak at the lyrics of her new song, “If You Say So,” seem to reveal the very last words her boyfriend Cory Monteith said to her, before he died of a heroin overdose.
It was recently announced the hit Fox series 'Glee' would be moving all of its story-lines to New York for the finale season. The decision was made after the show’s creator Ryan Murphy had to change the ending of the series when star, Cory Monteith, died of a heroin overdose. Meanwhile, Lea Michele also seems to be moving on. The actress seemed to be happy recently when she showed off her super skinny bikini body.
'Glee' is reportedly planning to move most of the major story lines to New York, following Cory Monteith’s death from a heroin overdose. However, the show won't be heading to the UK anytime soon. A new court order has been issued forcing the show off the airwaves in the UK.
Fox’s hit musical comedy 'Glee' is celebrating its landmark 100th episode with a very special two-hour event in April. In order to help them ring in the big event, 'Wicked' star Kristin Chenoweth and superstar Gwyneth Paltrow are reprising their roles on the series. The episode is expected to deal further with the death of Cory Monteith's character Finn Hudson.
'Glee' and 'Hairspray' director Adam Shankman has checked into rehab. Shankman is good friends with Zac Efron and had a strong relationship with Cory Monteith. Undoubtedly, Efron's recent rehab stint and Monteith's tragic death by overdose had something to do with his decision to seek treatment.
The producers of 'Glee' scrambled to get ready for this latest season, after the tragic death of actor Cory Monteith. Now it has been revealed that Monteith's passing has changed the entire ending of the series. Show creator Ryan Murphy recently revealed that he is having to re-imagine the series finale. Murphy also confirmed that the show will be ending after next year's sixth season.
Last night 'Glee' aired it's farewell to Finn tribute episode titled "The Quarterback." Cast, crew and fans all got to mourn the passing of Cory Monteith together. WARNING this recap contains SPOILERS.
Tonight the cast and crew of 'Glee' say goodbye to Cory Monteith. The actor who played Finn Hudson on the Fox musical comedy tragically passed away over the summer due to an overdose. Join the gang tonight as they say farewell to Finn.
Nearly three months after Cory Monteith's tragic death, a complete coroner's report has been released revealing new details about the actor's overdose. According to the findings, Monteith, was shooting heroin (as some had feared) and not snorting or smoking the drug. Meanwhile, 'Glee' is just one week away from paying tribute to the fallen star. Next week's episode will feature the cast dealing with Monteith's character, Finn Hudson's, sudden death.
'Glee' is gearing up the premiere of it's fifth season. The episode's airing comes with a heavy heart for cast and crew, as it is the first episode since Cory Monteith's tragic death. Monteith,who played Finn Hudson, tragically passed away over the summer from a mixture of heroin and alcohol.
Cory Monteith's last two movies premiered this week at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The late actor's last works, 'All The Wrong Reasons' and 'McCanick' debut just two weeks before the fifth season premiere of 'Glee.' The cast of the Fox musical bid a fond farewell to their friend Finn Hudson, as the show stops filming to deal with the tragic death.
Television network Fox recently talked about the tragic death of Cory Monteith, AKA Finn Hudson. The hit show ‘Glee’ will be taking on his struggle with drugs and alcohol in an upcoming episode that will also see Finn Hudson suffer the same fate--an OD.
Grieving 'Glee' star Lea Michele spoke for the first time on Monday about the sudden and tragic death of her boyfriend and co-star Cory Monteith. Monteith, who played Finn Hudson on the Fox musical comedy, passed away on July 13 from an overdose of heroin and alcohol.
'Glee' star Cory Monteith's coroner's report is in and it confirms a mixture of alcohol and heroin as the cause of death. Meanwhile, supermodel Kate Moss denies ever chasing the dragon.