Glee Airs Emotional Tribute to Finn —and Cory
Lea Michele has particularly moving scene
By Newsy, a Newser Video Partner
Posted Oct 11, 2013 9:03 AM CDT
Loading... Please wait

(Newser) – Last night, Fox aired Glee's tribute to Cory Monteith. The episode let each main cast member sing a song or say goodbye to his character, Finn Hudson, in some way, but the last 15 minutes were reserved for Lea Michele and her character, Rachel Berry. The actress shed tears, and undoubtedly many of them were real: The episode was filmed only about a month after Monteith, her boyfriend, died.

View 1 image

Newsy is a Newser content partner providing multisource video news. Its content is produced independently of Newser.
Copyright © 2016 Newsy.com, All rights reserved.

More From Newser
My Take on This Story
To report an error on this story,
notify our editors.
Glee Airs Emotional Tribute to Finn —and Cory is...
10%
0%
44%
15%
0%
31%
Show results without voting
You Might Like
Comments
Showing 3 of 9 comments
HMD-SMD-ITY
Oct 17, 2013 9:04 PM CDT
Typical production cost per show is right at $1M. Some shows as much as $10M. Lea Michele's "What I did for Love" is great, even without watching the show. I haven't followed the story at all but their tracks are great. I guess my big deal is 30 year olds playing high school students. Also having worked 30 years with high school students, I can say most of them are not any way near as complicated as the Glee cast. Oh sure they have continual crisis's. Just not the level of this show. And in immortal words of Wooderson, "I get older, they stay the same." Nothing creepy intended, working with kids keeps you centered. Insanity then follows.
winterfairy
Oct 14, 2013 5:17 AM CDT
Another idiot show comes and goes and I didn't watch a single episode. I love it.
Rembrandt_Q_Einstein
Oct 11, 2013 1:47 PM CDT
Oh ffs how long are they going to drag this shit out?!