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Glee Stars Continue To Mourn After Cory Monteith's Memorial Over Lunch

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They’re a family, after all.

Following Cory Monteith’s memorial service on Thursday — organized by Ryan Murphy and Lea Michele — several Glee stars banded together for some lunch at A.O.C. restaurant in West Hollywood.

Dianna Agron, Jenna Ushkowitz, Darren Criss, and Kevin McHale were present, as well as Harry Shum Jr. and Vanessa Lengies.

Given the horrible, horrible circumstance, we’re glad to see that these Gleeks have each other to help them through.

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6 comments to “Glee Stars Continue To Mourn After Cory Monteith's Memorial Over Lunch”

  1. Leigh says – reply to this


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    … While Naya Riveira is in Italy too busy posting spictures of herself in a bikini on Instagram.



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    so what if Naya is away living her life. It's not like Monteith's death was penned in anyone's itinerary. He made his choices and paid the price. If he didn't value his life enough to get better then no one should really go out of their way to pay their respects. Sorry, that's my opinion.

  3. Mel says – reply to this


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    Re: mooshkabug – That's a pretty cold hearted opinion. Everyone can be mourned, no matter how they died. They were important to someone. I agree, people can live their lives the way they want, but it does say a lot about someone's character if they choose not to come home for their friend's memorial.



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    Re: Mel – it is cold hearted. Unfortunately, for me, we live in a day and age where things either go too fast or too slow and we all mourn in different ways. I stand by my idea that holding a memorial for someone who is already gone is a waste of time. I'm a believer in that you show love, interest and respect in life; nothing to be done once you're gone cause you're not there to be a part of it. Not that what happened was anyone's fault but his, but if friends/people had shown half as much interest in getting him help and keeping him company while he struggled, maybe things would have turned out differently. Maybe not, but then again, it's too late now.



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    Re: mooshkabug – es muy insensible de tu parte decir eso, el flaco lucho contra esa enfermedad,porq lamentablemente eso es lo q era, pero una adiccion a veces es mas fuerte q uno mismo y eso es lo q le paso a cory..se notaba q el queria salir adelante pero fue mas fuerte q el :(

  6. David says – reply to this


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    Do you know how difficult it is to be friends with a junkie, you all have this idea of Corey as if he was some angel but the truth was that he was probably a dick especially when he was high on heroin.
    We all heard the stories of charlie sheen and i bet Corey was pretty much the same.