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Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode Performances - Watch Every Video

Glee's Cory Monteith Farewell Episode Performances - Watch Every Video

Check out these extremely emotional performance videos for Glee‘s farewell episode to Cory Monteith, “The Quarterback,” that were just released.

The songs in the episode include Lea Michele singing “Make You Feel My Love,” Naya Rivera singing “If I Die Young”, the cast singing an emotional rendition of the song “Seasons of Love,” and Amber Riley singing “I’ll Stand By You,” among others.

Last night’s episode was a tearjerker. In case you missed it, check out‘s recap of the entire episode.

Check out Lea‘s emotional rendition of “Make You Feel My Love,” below, and click inside to watch the rest of the videos from the episode…

Glee – “Make You Feel My Love”

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  • Kari

    Is it me, or has this been draggin on a bit long????? He ovedosed.

  • Nika

    it was a great tribute. I really liked how tastefully it was done, nothing too over the top. I also like that they acknowledged he was not perfect and did not actually address the cause of death. Plus the video about addiction was a nice addition.

  • Erin

    @Kari: Totally agree! The guy threw away his life away. Some are dying of cancer whether they want to or not, and this actor indulges himself and throws it all away. I don’t see giving him a tribute like this when other notable actors have given back more, but then again this is GLEE $$$.

  • E

    Please… Show some respect, not only for him but for the people who’s grieving.


    That kind of comments are just rude. You could say that you loved or hated the episode, but judgmental comments right now? Inappropriate.

  • blabla

    Erin: I get what you mean, but you have to remember that being an addict is a disease too. it’s not about denying what he did, but holding on to the good memories. try it, it will make your life and heart richer.

  • Josephine


    Exaclty. He started doing drugs when he was still a teenager. He wasn’t a rich, famous actor with a loving girlfriend back then, he probably had some issues and thought it was a good remedy. It’s stupid but sadly many kids do so. Teenagers are very easily influenced and you can’t quit just like that after you started taking hard drugs. We can’t say that he made a conscious decision to take a deadly dosis of heroin on the day he died. Addiction is a disease, he tried to quit for years but couldn’t, addiction won. Quiting drugs is very painful mentally and physically, it’s not as easy as it sounds for a clean person. Many people are too weak to end it for good.

  • sarah

    That scene was for me the hardest. So much emotion. The tears were real and I cried so much too. So sad. Cory had a big career ahead of himself…so sad.

  • Shamu

    Milking it to the last drop.

  • living in the box

    @josephine: i guess you never heard keanu reeves story. he had the most trouble life, in fact his entire life is really sad. but he never took drug as stress relieves. google keanu story. cory made a choice, he choose to threw his life away. so next episode the glee will pay tribute to rapist. and blame all women because of the rape.

  • Bianca

    @livinginthebox you are a very sick human being. Mommy and daddy probably don’t have a clue what you are doing behind your computer…

  • living in the box

    @bianca: please update you brains. there is a reason why god give human a brains. we are living in the world full with technology. i can surfer the internet using iphone, or smartphone, and even an ipad. what make you think when someone write something on internet their are using a computer. you should write a letter to your parent why you should quitting school. because you don’t have a brains. and please don’t get marry and have a children. i will be sad for that kid because their parent is so stupid.

  • Bianca

    @livinginthebox You just proved my point.

  • living in the box

    ‘Merica, the country where you can shoot a black kids if they look suspicious or wearing a hoodies, a rapist can walk freely, and a drug junkies can get a special television tribute. we came a long way don’t we.

  • DiatribesAndOvations

    I thought the episode was rather exploitative. They only reason they did it was to get these ratings. The last scene was, for me, truly beautiful but only because I was watching Lea Michelle sing about the loss of her love Cory Monteith …it had nothing to do with Rachel or Finn.

  • Devynn

    @living in the box: You might feel as if he threw his life away, but that doesn’t make it okay to be disrespectful. He was still a human being with a mother and father and people who loved him. He clearly tried to change, seeing as he went to rehab. . His death was not his choice, addiction is not a choice and people need to realize that.

  • JustSayin

    Beautiful and fitting tribute. I especially liked how they addressed Cory’s addiction after the show by promoting the help line. I think Cory would have liked this episode very much.

  • Mon V.

    I never make comments on post form these sites, but I feel it necessary this time. I don’t condone the use of drugs, and I do believe the people that use them have the chance to get out of their position, but it is indeed a disease, it’s not as easy as it sounds. I’ve never been a fan of Glee nor Cory’s, but no matter the situation, it was a loss, he was a son, a brother, a boyfriend, a PERSON. He deserves respect, as well as everyone who is grieving him.

    As for the episode itself, I think they did a good job, they raised awareness for the cause and made everyone see that no matter how “perfect” your life seems, you can be having substance abuse problems, and they provided a line for help.
    It’s just a matter of respect people; they never said that hi
    s death was more important than the one from a cancer patient, or any other kind of disease, they are paying respect to their friend, and wouldn’t you want to do the same, no matter the circumstances?


    @Devynn – no one is forced to shoot heroin into their veins or smoke a cigarette or pop pills. It’s always a choice. You sound very naive.

  • sharon

    It has been 6 months (days away) and I still cry for Cory, as I am sure many still do. How he died is very and tragic but does that matter “no”. He took a wrong turn and made a deadly choice and that is not what I myself or many others will remember him for. I will remember him for his many talents and that handsome face, dimpled smile and the heart of gold that he carried in his chest. Always on our minds and forever in our hearts. I wish somehow..someone saw was happening and intercepted but not to be I guess. We miss you Cory.