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In an interview with Elle for its December issue, the 'Glee' star reveals that she adds the Sia Furler-written song to her upcoming album's tracklist at the last minute.
In the December issue of Elle, Lea says of Cory's passing, 'I never thought I would be in this position in my whole life,' adding that she relied on Hudson during the difficult time.
Cory's father Joe hopes that the tribute episode on 'Glee' will bring positive changes to people, saying, 'I don't want to see any parent lose a child over heroin.'
The actress says, for her, 'there was no greater man' than the Canadian actor and that it feels like she 'lost two people: Cory and Finn.'
The songs will be featured in the series' farewell episode for its late cast member set for showing on October 10.
'Drug paraphernalia, including a spoon with drug residue and a used hypodermic needle, along with two empty champagne bottles and glasses' were found near the late 'Glee' actor's lifeless body.
The show will continue with the second part of The Beatles tribute, where guest star Demi Lovato makes her debut appearance, on October 3, before saying goodbye to Finn Hudson the week after.
In addition to the traditional 'In Memoriam' segment, the 'Sopranos' actor and the 'Glee' star will be remembered in more personal tributes.
The Gia Milani film, which features the late 'Glee' star, will throw its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on September 8.
The McKinley High crew and its alums will return 'once again with feeling. Once again with drama. Once again with passion.'
Talking about the Monteith tribute episode, the series creator confirms how Finn Hudson won't die in the said outing.
The action drama from director Josh C. Waller will make its debut at Toronto Film Festival along with another Monteith starrer, 'All the Wrong Reasons'.
Three workers reportedly remove Cory's personal belongings including a desk and chairs from his apartment at the Sunset Vine Tower Residences in Hollywood.
The Rachel Berry of 'Glee' pays tribute to her late co-star and off-screen boyfriend in her acceptance speech, saying, 'I promise that with your love we're going to get through this together.'
Monteith's 'All the Wrong Reasons' will have its world premiere at the Canadian festival, while Radcliffe will debut 'The F Word' in addition to 'Kill Your Darlings' and 'Horns'.