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Jane Lynch Honors Cory Monteith At The 2013 Emmy Awards; Watch Her Heartbreaking Remembrance HERE

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Usually when we see Jane Lynch, she has us rolling in the aisles.

But at this year's Emmy Awards, she spoke directly from the heart- and broke all of ours.

No controversy could possibly overshadow this glowing tribute to the beloved Cory Monteith.

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see Jane give her Glee costar the sad, sad sendoff he deserves.

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22 comments to “Jane Lynch Honors Cory Monteith At The 2013 Emmy Awards; Watch Her Heartbreaking Remembrance HERE”

  1. Zaina says – reply to this


    Aww Jane! RIP Beloved Goofy,Sweet Cory Montieth. You will be miseed <3

  2. 2

    honoring a junkie that, besides the huge strike of luck in life, still wasn't able to keep himself alive due to self destructing behavior! great! just great! and let's keep rewarding the wrong values!!!!

  3. 3

    totally disgusting. Ignore the ICONS and honor a junkie, good going.

  4. 4

    The love his fans had/have for him is indescribable, He touched so many lives with his amazing light and genuine personality. He loved and was loved millions. As a fan it is honestly so devastating to lose someone you never even knew and to miss someone as much as we miss him so I can only imagine what his family/friends and the whole cast feel at this time. I will continue to pray for his loved ones especially his amazing other half Lea Michele .. <3 WE WILL FOREVER MISS YOU CORY

  5. 5

    Re: briannasofia95 – the Emmys are supposed to be about Talent, not teens having a crisis. Jack Klugman and Larry Hagman were ICONS of tv. I suppose CBS needed the ratings.

  6. lacey says – reply to this


    I only watched this Emmy's for this and it was a beautiful tribute. <3

  7. CourtneySucks says – reply to this


    Surely they've milked his cold dead wrinkly balls of every drop by now. Get the fuck over it Mario and stop reporting on this druggy fuckwit already.

  8. 8

    Re: shaygirl1309 – wow! how heartless!! sorry to break it to you but no matter what you do the tribute happened and was WELL deserved! continue to go on the internet and talk crap, he will ALWAYS be loved and missed forever! I know you must hate it but it is a FACT that you and disgusting people like you will have to get used to whether you like it or not

  9. 9

    whether he deserved it or not…Jane did a great tribute.

  10. Demi's Fat Ass says – reply to this


    Re: briannasofia95 – 9/11 victims deserve more respect and honors than this shit-licking junkie ever will. You're probably a 15-year-old fingering herself to his Glee episodes every night. Fuck off.

  11. .... says – reply to this


    Ya'll are such assholes. Seriously, why disrespect someone for what they did. He deserved to be honored for his work and for how many lives he changed even if it was high school kids or even college students. I've never read such heartless comments towards a person.

  12. Kevin says – reply to this


    Hear me out: I liked Cory. I love "Glee." But he did NOT deserve to be in the main tributes. The Emmys and the lone tribute sections were supposed to be for people who changed television: Jean Stapleton as Edith, James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano… ect. The people who garnered acclaim and awards for acting and becoming a staple on classic television. Cory did none of those things. Yes, the way he died so young was horribly tragic and he touched millions of younger people, but he was not up to par as the other veterans on television were. He did deserve to be in the In Memoriam montage, but he didn't deserve the honor that legends like Jack Klugman, Andy Williams, and Larry Hagman should've been remembered for. If that was the case, Lee Thompson Young should've gotten a spoken tribute, for touching the hearts of children and teenagers in the 90s. He should be remembered, but there were others that should've been remembered a little more, based on their line of work… which is what the Emmys are about.

  13. sigh.... says – reply to this


    Roger Ebert made a better contribute to television AND movies, and he was just a picture in the show. Why is Cory Monteith, who hadn't even been on television for even 10 years and had never won any official awards, honored more than him, or any of the other hard-hitters that were a glimpse in the memoriam, while Cory Monteith was almost two minutes? Some speeches weren't even that long. Sad death, but he didn't deserve all of this.

  14. 14

    It's still weird to think he is gone. Anyone saying anything bad about Cory obviously wasn't a Glee fan. He was a lovely person inside and out. It's a shame his demons got the best of him. He wanted to get better and tried very hard. Addiction is an illness and when it starts at age 13, it's hard to beat. Cory is and will always be missed by Glee fans. xx

  15. 15

    Re: Kevin – Exactly how I feel! Cory's death is horribly sad for how young he was and how much potential he had but it was just that…potential. Actual legends of television didn't get the same treatment and that was a slap in the face to all of them. Personally I don't think they should have singled out anyone as more important but if they had to…not use an actor with very few credits to his name.

  16. 16

    Although it is heart braking and tragic that corey died there was no way in the world he should have been honored at the Emmy's
    It goes to show you how Hollywood works
    They are in it for the money and publicity
    But that's nothing new

  17. 17

    Who gives a fuck about a drug addict.

  18. 18

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  19. MichJB says – reply to this


    He may have gotten recognition for his short and average contribution to an average show, but one thing remains - he is dead and rotting in a box from being a junkie.

  20. Demi's Fat Ass says – reply to this


    Re: pollopicuRe: MichJB – I agree. Fuck Cory.

  21. 21

    Whether or not he "deserved" a tribute is irrelevant. It seems as though the ones who got big tributes were the ones whose deaths sent shockwaves through the social media, people like James Gandolfini and Cory Monteith are the deaths that sent shock waves, therefore they will get a bigger tribute. thats just the way the cookie crumbles. And saying he didnt deserve it because he was a drug addict is ridiculous, death is death no matter how it happened. He shouldnt be snubbed just because drugs were his ultimate downfall.

  22. tanya says – reply to this


    First of all I'm not a Glee fan and I could never watch the show without getting the cringe. But I like to read the gossip on this site. Well, some of your comments are just so disrespectful… Just because Cory was an addict does not make him a horrible person that deserved to die….
    He suffered from addiction, which is an incredibly tough thing to deal with, for the person and their family. If you know the affects of an addiction, you wouldn't wish it upon anyone. Seriously!

    All I want to say is show some respect for his loved ones.