Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
While all of his thousands of fans mourn the loss of a beloved TV star, we can't even BEGIN to comprehend what those who worked so closely with Cory Monteith over the years are feeling after his sudden death on Saturday in Vancouver, Canada.
It is times like these that show just how phenomenal Twitter can be.
A handful have already publicly commented on the 31-year-old's unexpected passing, but now more Glee co-stars and guest stars alike — including Mark Salling, Ricky Martin, and John Stamos — are using the social media network to not only lean on one another, but also on the fans Cory impacted so deeply.
At this time, please send nothing but love and light. This tragic news still doesn't seem real to me. I love you Cory.
— Harry Shum Jr (@iharryshum) July 14, 2013
going through a million memories and emotions today. ill love you always Brother Cory.
— Mark Salling (@MarkSalling) July 14, 2013
We talked about how lucky he felt to be alive-and sober. We talked about playing drums. Glad i knew you Cory. pic.twitter.com/1Ulq0nYBGz
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) July 14, 2013
I just heard the news.This is so sad. My heart goes out to his family & friends, specially Lea Michelle.Rest in peace Cory #RipCoryMonteith
— Ricky Martin (@ricky_martin) July 14, 2013
Cory Monteith @CoryMonteith. So sad. So young.So sweet. So talented. My condolences and prayers go to his family and loved ones. xo
— Olivia Newton-John (@olivianj) July 14, 2013
While I only met him briefly on set, I remember him to be an extremely sweet guy. Tragic. RIP Cory.
— josh groban (@joshgroban) July 14, 2013
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