Cory monteith dating lea michele 2016
"I know that Cory would want nothing more than for me to take this situation and use it to help people. I don't know how." So far, Michele's response has been to just give herself time; the 27-year-old actress pushed back the release of her as-of-yet untitled solo record into 2014. "And you have to be very strong to come out of this alive, but I think by doing the best for myself, by showing that you don't have to lose yourself, maybe someone else will feel some sort of strength or comfort." When we first met William Mc Kinley High's football captain, no one would have suspected the clean-cut actor playing him had a drug problem.
Monteith was raised in Victoria, British Columbia, mostly by his mother, an interior decorator.
He worked as a roofer, drove a school bus, was a Walmart greeter, and eventually started taking acting classes.
Then, a video he made of himself drumming on Tupperware with pencils in his kitchen got him cast on ; it was his first big acting job.
"A lighthouse doesn't save the ships; it doesn't go out and rescue them, it's just this pillar that helps to guide people home," says Michele three months later.
The superpetite 5'3" actress is dressed in track pants and a black T-shirt, her bare feet tucked under her on a patio chair outside by the pool at her modest, airy West Hollywood home. Lately, I've been using it as a guiding metaphor." Exactly what the metaphor stands for isn't immediately clear: Is she the lighthouse? But it seems to be her way of describing what she's searching for, and perhaps what she tried to be for Monteith, before it was too late.
She opens up to Lizzy Goodman about love, mourning through music, and finding strength in Cory's legacy.
We had a full life, and that had lots of different details that will be ours forever, for only us to know." Asked if she was worried about him, her response is quick. When Michele was in elementary school, her mom drove another girl to an open call for as a favor, and eight-year-old Lea, on a whim, decided to audition as well. "But it's also a little bit like, 'Whoa, they achieved it—can I as well?Throughout the episode, the emotional suffering of the characters obviously reflects that of the actors themselves.And none more so than Michele—ever the professional, she recites Rachel Berry's scripted dialogue, but the tears seem real.Michele is circumspect about what she knew when, and how she tried to help. You don't have this internal agita——you can just go forward 100 percent. "There was none of that pageant show-pony 'perform for us' thing."I can only imagine what it looks like from the outside," she allows. ' " Miraculously, she got the part of Young Cosette—having never taken a voice lesson or performed professionally in her life. I want to do this for the rest of my life,' " she told her parents after her first performance. My family respects that this is really, truly what I love, but it's also my job.