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Time heals all wounds.
And even though that might be a statement you don't believe when something horrible happens, it seems Lea Michele is finally finding that it really is true.
After losing Cory Monteith this summer, Lea has been keeping herself busy with work on Glee and her album. And even though some might have worried that she was taking on too much too soon, it seems her drive has played a big part in healing her broken heart.
A source has revealed that since Cory's tragic passing:
Dianna Agron Speaks Out About Those Pesky Rumors On Her Absence In Cory Monteith's Glee Tribute Episode
Quinn Fabray has finally spoken!
But what is the truth? According to Dianna, it's so much more the latter.
In a new interview, Dianna finally addressed her absence from the tribute episode, and how the lies about her friction with the Glee family made her feel, saying:
See! He’s always with her!
Well, she’s still got that big lovable guy with her, in the form of his Range Rover!
The actress took her mom Edith Sarfati to dinner at Real Foods Daily in West Hollywood on Friday night, and they drove the late Glee star’s car there!
It’s great to see that Lea didn’t get rid of the things that remind her of Cory, but instead keeps them around her and even DRIVES them!
Also, how totally cute did she look?! Amaze!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Since then, Lea has adopted a super cute pup and has been working on her solo album debut!
While she has been busy, the Glee star still keeps Cory near and dear to her heart. In a brand new interview, she shared that she has dedicated a special something to the late actor on her new album, saying:
"The album was done, and the label said, 'Do you want to add anything?' I was like, 'I might regret it if I don't.'"
Her last minute addition?
A track on her album titled, You're Mine, which holds a special meaning between the former lovebirds.
It all started out as an innocent trip near Area 51, and then things got weird.
Initially, Khloe was on the road with most of her family, when someone called telling her that Lamar was nowhere to be found. She confessed: