A tribute to the man who defied the odds and became an idol to millions of people across the globe, Cory Monteith, this one’s for you buddy!
The music video for Demi Lovato’s chart-topping ‘Heart Attack’ was a bit of a let down for such a great song.
So fans eagerly awaiting the second song/music video ‘Made In The USA’ from her fourth studio album, ‘Demi’ were hoping her next video lived up to their expectations and as a Demi fan myself…it did!
I even spotted 90210 actor, Dustin Milligan, playing the guy in the video…enjoy 😀
I’ve always admired Jane Lynch for her professionalism, gratitude and intelligence, another thing I now admire her for is her bravery.
All the Glee cast have been heartbroken at the news of Cory’s passing which is imaginable. Some of the cast have made statements about the guy of cool, caring guy Cory was whilst others have not, everyone grieves differently.
Glee veteran, Jane Lynch, was first to speak publicly about Cory on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. What a brave woman she is, it’s not even been a week yet and she had the strength to do that and point out to everyone that Cory, should be remembered for the hero he was.
Last week I found myself writing a piece about Skins Fire, and the cruel ending they gave the characters. Some people say ‘it’s only a TV show’ as in ‘don’t get too attached’. I, like many others, like something to attach myself to and fully immerse myself into. Whilst I understand they’re only characters and real-life they’re fine, I emotionally connect with them. However, the ‘in real-life they’re fine’ part isn’t always necessarily true. This is where I come on to the next part; something I wish I could just wake-up from and realise it was long nightmare.
Yesterday we got the tragic news that Cory Monteith, who played the iconic role of Finn Hudson on FOX hit dramedy, Glee, had died in his hotel room in Vancouver, aged 31.
Words cannot express how heartbroken I am at the tragic loss of Cory Monteith. Although I never met him in person, I knew enough about him to be inspired by him and know he was decent, down-to-earth guy.
I’ve never been so upset in my life about a celebrity passing. I’m praying for Lea, the fellow Glee cast and his family.
Cory Monteith we will never forget you. This will be hard to deal with for a long time. Gone but not forgotten.
Rest in peace to one of the most admirable, inspirational, selfless individuals. The world has lost one of the greatest people to ever grace the earth.
Love you Cory. Hope you’re looking down on us!
Alright, so no details as of yet have been revealed as to whether Lambert will be a fully-fledged cast member or whether he’ll have a guest stint similar to the role SJP and Kate Hudson played last season.
Show co-creator, Ryan Murphy tweeted: ‘I am thrilled to announced that the super-talented Adam Lambert is joining the cast’.
With no further details being released, the news has left Gleeks wondering what part Lambert will play and how long he’ll be staying as the FOX hit musical approaches its fifth season.
I have come up with five potential roles I could see Adam Lambert playing, after all it’s not as if he’s new to TV, first off he was runner-up in the 2009 series of American Idol and then starred as himself in the Halloween episode of the popular ABCFamily show, Pretty Little Liars. I picture him being in the NY side, but I will provide suggestions for both McKinley and New York.
No one could accuse Rosewood of being a boring place where nothing much happens. This promo for the next few episodes demonstrates my point exactly!
The end of the action-packed 31-second promo will leave your jaw dropping…