Lea Michele Dedicates Sweet Message to Cory Monteith on His Fourth Death Anniversary


Lea Michele Dedicates Sweet Message to Cory Monteith on His Fourth Death Anniversary


The former 'Glee' star has taken to social media to pay tribute to her late ex-boyfriend who died of accidental heroin and alcohol overdose back in 2013.
Lea Michele has proved once again that Cory Monteith will always be an important person in her life. The "Scream Queens" alum took to her social media accounts to dedicate sweet messages to the late actor on Thursday, July 13.

"Hard to believe it's been 4 years... We miss you C... love you more," she tweeted alongside a polaroid photo of her and Cory. In the black-and-white photo, Cory could be seen smiling at the camera as Lea snuggled up to him while closing her eyes.



She posted a more close-up look at the lovely photo on Instagram. "4 years and it still feels like yesterday.. love you more C," she captioned it, along with a heart emoji.

4 years and it still feels like yesterday.. love you more C❤️

Sebuah kiriman dibagikan oleh Lea Michele (@leamichele) pada



Fellow "Glee" alums also took to social media to pay tribute to the Canadian actor. Dianna Agron expressed her love and longing for Cory in a lengthy post. "Heart stopped a beat realizing that today it has been four years without this wonder human," she captioned a photo of him and Cory that was taken at the 2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards. "I could never contain myself when you were near. I remember this moment, those funny men in hand, feeling like maybe they had read the wrong names and what were we even doing there.... how were we fooling everyone, what kind of magic was this? So lucky to have had our show, our cast and you. I miss seeing you every day on set, your supreme kindness and generosity. I miss every bit of you."



Jenna Ushkowitz posted a photo of Cory holding what seems to be a trophy. "4 years and our memories of you still live on so vividly in our hearts. We are so lucky to have known you," she wrote in the caption.

4 years and our memories of you still live on so vividly in our hearts. We are so lucky to have known you. ❤️

Sebuah kiriman dibagikan oleh Jenna Ushkowitz (@jennaushkowitz) pada



Heather Morris emphasized that the "Monte Carlo" actor would always live in her heart. "#TheQuarterback," she tweeted alongside a picture of a quote by Thomas Campbell.




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