Watch: Lea Michele Pays Emotional Tribute To Cory Monteith In Tearful Performance On Glee

Speaking about her loss to the glee club which saw the likes of Amber Riley and Mark Salling return, Rachel told them: “I loved Finn and he loved me and he loved all of you guys. I like to sing in the car and before Finn I used to sing alone. This was the first song that I sang with him when we would drive around together. So this is for him.” Having been romantically involved with Cory, we don’t doubt that there may have been some truth in what Lea was saying in character. Santana (Naya Rivera) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) also showed their emotion (Glee / Youtube) As the episode continued, Rachel was seen talking to glee club teacher Mr Schuester and admitting that she was scared that she would forget his voice. She said: “I talk to him a lot. I can still see his face. I can hear his voice so clearly. “Do you think that I’ll ever forget it? Because I’m afraid that one day I will.” And if that wasn’t sad enough, Rachel went on to say: “I had it all planned out. I was going to make it big on Broadway and maybe do a Woody Allen movie and then, when we were ready, I would just come back and he’d be teaching here and I’d walk through those doors and say, ‘I’m home’. “And then we’d live happily ever after.

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Lea Michele silent on ‘devastating’ news of Monteith’s death

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