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"Cory was such an amazing guy and everyone who knew him didn’t look at him as a star or this leading man. He was just a real guy. Everyone who met him got that sense from him that he really cared about you. And he cared what you were talking about. And he was selfless. And I’m sorry, but you don’t find that a lot in this town. He was so unique."

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Kristin dos Santos who’ve grown close to the Glee cast and Cory Monteith the past few years covering television, became emotional on E! News and started to choke up on set as she related what sources told her.

"This is probably the first time I’ve ever choked up on set," saidKristin dos Santos suddenly, her voice suddenly wavering and full of emotion.

"Cory was such an amazing guy and everyone who knew him didn’t look at him as a star or this leading man. He was just a real guy. Everyone who met him got that sense from him that he really cared about you. And he cared what you were talking about. And he was selfless. And I’m sorry, but you don’t find that a lot in this town. He was so unique."

"He never missed a call time. He was always so professional. He was always so present. This took everyone by complete surprise. It’s such a blow."

Terrence Jenkins asked Kristin dos Santos how Cory Monteith's death is going to affect the production of Glee.

"At this point it is such a blow to the cast and crew that they can’t even have the conversation yet. I’ve talked to people who work on the show. He was the heart of the show. His character was at the heart of the show and he was the heart of the cast."

"To figure out what to do with the storylines, how to explain his disappearance from the show, whether it will be addressed or not, and also for the entire cast to go back to that particular set without Cory, particularly for Lea Michele. She met him on that set, they fell in love on that set," said Kristin dos Santos.

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Jimmy Fallon Spoofs Glee With Studio “6-bee”

If you’ve missed Glee during the off-season, Jimmy Fallon's spoof of Fox's musical comedy may tide you over.

During the Late Night skit, Fallon reports that he and his staff from Studio 6B need to compete in sectionals in order to raise money for cue cards. And Fallon’s “Living On a Prayer” is the only thing that can save the show’s punch-lines by raising the $375 to buy them.

Check out the story of “6-bee”in the video below, with cameos from Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen and Abby Elliot. And yes, that’s really them singing.

It’s time now to sing out, tho’ the story never ends
Let’s celebrate remember a year in the life of friends

Thank you Finn Hudson

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Mark Salling attends the Dizzy Feet Foundation [x]

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"He handled things very honestly. He acknowledged his past, and he accepted responsibility. […] But I think he used it in a way to help others and bring a positive message that he came from a certain place and he made it out. […] And I think that people are down and out on their luck, I think Cory is an inspirational story and will live on, and will continue to be an inspirational story for all these people that are struggling and maybe don’t have a direction. I think they can look to him and say, ‘I can do it too’."

Brook Lander Shurtz (Cory’s friend)

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"He loved to snowboard. He loved to play the drums. He loved to play video games. He loved his cars. He had a zest for life, and he was so worldly, and he was well-traveled. And he was intelligent"

Brook Lander Shurtz (Cory’s friend)

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ron and hermione → order of the phoenix

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