"I never thought I would be in this position in my whole life," she continues, both hands wrapped around a mug of tea.
creator Ryan Murphy and his team chose not to explain how Monteith's character, Finn, died, opting instead to bring together members of the glee club, past and present, to mourn through song.
Throughout the episode, the emotional suffering of the characters obviously reflects that of the actors themselves.And none more so than Michele—ever the professional, she recites Rachel Berry's scripted dialogue, but the tears seem real."I lost my beautiful grandma this week," the actress shared with her fans. She gave me my first cup of coffee when I was 8 years old."She said something inappropriate to every boyfriend I've ever had. Kevin Mc Hale, who played Artie Abrams, posted a message on Instagram dedicated to his friend. In May, she wrote: "Matthew, thank you for bringing such happiness into my life…For making me smile again and bringing such a bright joy into my every day…Thank you for loving me and my family."SOURCE: TWITTER cast member to remember Monteith's birthday."I have to say that is honestly what I love so much about Matt," she said.
"That's honestly what is so incredible about him because at the end of the day, this industry is really tough and the only way to really get through is to create a solid unit....
He pushed her chair in for her and everything," an eyewitness told .
Another source said: "They were interlocked the whole time they were sitting at the counter, like arms wrapped around each other's backs. they had either just kissed or were super close talking." The pair are said to be making no attempt at hiding their affection for one another and have also been spotted liking each other's Instagram posts in recent weeks.
Miss and love u everyday big bro Our Angel" and Kevin Mc Hale (who plays Artie) added: "It's been 1 whole year & it's still so surreal, but today is just a reminder of how damn great you were and how much you mean to us all.
❤️"Jenna Ushkowitz, who plays Tina, posted the below photo to Instagram captioned:"365 days since you've gone and not a day passes we don't remember your smiling face. Thanks to everyone for your love and support today while we remember our quarterback". Along with the touching message, she tweeted a black and white picture of the two of them laughing together., she spoke about her loss:"At the start, it's hard because you're so physically and mentally shocked and damaged, but after a while you get tired of physically feeling so horrendous, so I started doing yoga, which really helped.
Cory Monteith and Lea Michele were by some superficial measures an odd couple.