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Glee's Matthew Morrison Posts Tribute for 'Angel' Mark Salling

Matthew Morrison is remembering his late Glee co-star Mark Salling with an Instagram post, in which he referred to the actor as an angel.

Matt posted a photo of him, Mark, and Cory Monteith, who died from an overdose in July 2013.

“😇”😇,” Matt captioned the photo. He used angel emojis on either side of a sad face emoji. The angels are in reference to the two late actors.

Mark died of an apparent suicide on Tuesday morning (January 30). He plead guilty to possession of child pornography in December and was expected to be sentenced to four to seven years in prison as part of a plea deal.

The late actor’s family rep confirmed his death in a statement.

Make sure to read what other members of the cast are saying in their tributes.

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Lea Michele Remembers Cory Monteith 4 Years After His Death

Lea Michele is paying tribute to her late love Cory Monteith.

The 30-year-old actress posted a photo of them together on Twitter on the fourth anniversary of her Glee co-star and longtime boyfriend’s death.

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“Hard to believe it’s been 4 years… We miss you C… love you more ❤️” Lea tweeted with the sweet picture, which you can see below.

Cory tragically died back in July 2013 from a “mixed drug toxicity, involving heroin and alcohol.”

Our thoughts go out to Cory‘s friends and family today.

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Lea Michele Hints at Cory Monteith-Inspired Song 'Hey You'

Lea Michele is opening up about her new album Places, and one song in particular.

The 30-year-old actress/singer hints at her track “Hey You” being about her late boyfriend Cory Monteith, calling the song a follow-up to “If You Say So” from her first album Louder.

“I wasn’t originally thinking of including that on the album. It’s sort of a sensitive subject for me that’s hard to talk about, and I didn’t want anything on the record that I couldn’t talk about,” Lea told “But it just felt so beautiful. It wasn’t about loss, it wasn’t about sadness. It was really about joy and love.”

“I love it so much, and I really feel it represents who I am and everything that I’ve been through in my life,” Lea added. “At the end of the day, the song is pretty specific, and people are gonna make of it what they want, but I wanted to make a song about loss that wasn’t necessarily sad.”

Lea Michele Reveals Touching Gift Stevie Nicks Gave Her After Cory Monteith Died

Lea Michele is getting candid about the making of her sophomore album Places.

The 30-year-old actress/singer found inspiration in a special memento gifted to her after the 2013 death of boyfriend Cory Monteith.

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“I poured myself the biggest glass of red wine, I put Fleetwood Mac on my vinyl, I lit candles, and I legit started praying and looking for a sign,” Lea told Billboard about naming the album. “I have this incredible book that Stevie Nicks gave me in 2013 when my boyfriend died. She gave me this art book of hers that she put notes in over the years and song lyrics, and then she rewrote personal notes for me that say things like, ‘Keep singing, and have faith.’”

“I was looking through this book and praying that there was an answer in it, somewhere,” Lea continued. “And there was something in there that said, ‘The only thing that matters is you, and who you are.’ That’s what I’ve been trying to do with this whole record — just connect to me and where I’m from.”

She added, “F-ck it if people don’t like it. This record deserves all of my time and care, and that’s what I plan on doing this year.”

Places will be out sometime in 2017.

Lea Michele Shares Sweet Photo with Late Cory Monteith

Lea Michele just shared a photo of her cuddling with her late boyfriend Cory Monteith.

While Lea didn’t provide a caption to the photo, the Polaroid had “Bleeker St” and “2012″ written in marker.

Lea and Cory starred on Glee together and dated for over a year before he was found dead in a hotel room in Vancouver on July 13, 2013. Our thoughts are continually with Cory‘s loved ones after the terrible tragedy.

See the photo that Lea posted below…

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Ryan Murphy Talks Cory Monteith's Death: 'It Was Like Losing a Child'

Ryan Murphy is opening up about the death of his Glee star Cory Monteith in a new interview three years after the tragic loss.

The television producer talked about the last time he saw Cory, which was when the actor visited the set of The Normal Heart with girlfriend and co-star Lea Michele.

“We hugged, and the last thing he said was ‘I love you, man, and thank you for helping me get better.’ And then the next thing I knew he was dead. It was like losing a child,” Ryan told Entertainment Weekly.

“What started off as being such a great celebration of love and acceptance ultimately became about darkness and death,” Ryan added about moving on with the show after the death. “It was a great lesson in what not to do moving forward. And many of them are my good friends to this day.”

To read what Lea said about Ryan‘s support after the loss, visit

Naya Rivera Didn't Get Along With Lea Michele, But Knows She 'Could Actually Be Good' for Cory Monteith

Naya Rivera is dishing on all the behind-the-scenes drama from her time Glee.

The 29-year-old actress talks candidly about her “feud” with co-star Lea Michele in her new book Sorry, Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes & Growing Up.

“One of the Glee writers once said that Lea and I were like two sides of the same battery and that about sums us up,” Naya wrote. “We are both strong willed and competitive – not just with each other but with everyone – and that’s not a good mixture.”

Naya continued, “As the show progressed, though, that friendship started to break down, especially as Santana moved from a background character to one with bigger plot lines and more screen time. I think Rachel – erm, I mean Lea – didn’t like sharing the spotlight. On top of that, she had a hard time separating work from our outside friendship, whereas it was a lot easier for me. I’m not offended when people offer feedback or criticism, and if things get heated on set, I try to keep perspective. We’re all stressed, yes, but we’re all working toward the same goal, so laugh it off and keep it movin’. Lea was a lot more sensitive, though, and it seemed like she blamed me for anything and everything that went wrong.”

“If I’d complained about anyone or anything, she’d assumed I was b-tching about her,” Naya wrote. “Soon, she started to ignore me, and eventually it got to the point where she didn’t say a word to me for all of season six. Lea and I definitely weren’t the best of friends, and I doubt we’ll ever sit on her couch and eat kale together again, but the rumors of our ‘feud’ were blown out of proportion.”

As for Lea‘s relationship with Cory Monteith, Naya wrote, “When Cory and Lea started dating, it was a total surprise. The more serious they got, the less Cory hung out with us and the more he seemed like a different person. One year he came back from the break between seasons super skinny. He said he’d been spending a lot of time at the gym and was trying to be responsible – not spending money all the time and buying crazy cars like he used to. My personal feelings for Lea aside, I knew that she wasn’t a partier, so I felt like maybe their relationship could actually be good for him. I was happy for Cory to have a stable influence in his life, wherever it was he found it.”