Lea Michele Insisted Glee Use Cory Monteith’s Drug-Related Death As A Cautionary Tale!


This is so heartbreaking, but so touching at the same time!

Since Cory Monteith‘s tragic and untimely death, the folks behind Glee have been tasked with the near-impossible challenge of writing out his iconic character, Finn Hudson, in a fitting way that also makes narrative sense.

As it turned out, a grief-stricken Lea Michele had ideas of her own.

She actually approached series creator Ryan Murphy with advice on broaching the delicate character write-out (which will be tackled in episode three of the new season.)

A source close to the show revealed:

“Lea wants [that episode] to reflect the truth, to warn people what can happen.”

Aww! It’s impossible for most of us to even comprehend simultaneously losing a friend, lover, and colleague, let alone to drugs and at such a young age!!!

Clearly the sensational young starlet hopes no one else ever has to experience the pain she’s going through, and that’s why she’s all for turning Finn’s death into a cautionary tale.

What an amazingly resilient young woman Lea has grown up to be! We’re beyond impressed!

Glee‘s new season begins September 26th.



Glee planning Cory Monteith’s tribute episode


Glee is planning to film a tribute episode for honouring Cory Monteith, it has been announced.‘Glee’ creator Ryan Murphy told Deadline that the cast is going to film an episode, which deals with Finn’s death, before it takes a break to determine the future of ‘Glee,’ Contactmusic reported.

He said that the cast will begin filming, in late August, the two shows that have already been written, so that people could physically go back to work.

He also pointed out that he doesn’t know when exactly they will come back, and that they are trying their best with this attempt at damage control.

He added that they are planning a memorial for the cast and crew sometime this week on the Paramount lot