Cory monteith and dianna agron dating
She was after all a close friend of his as well as a long-time co-star. Sorry Dianna but a quick search on your IMDB profile shows us your only pressing concern at the time was promoting “The Family”.
And she didn’t really do a good job on that front because the movie flopped just as much as the rest of her movies have proven to do. It’s why she’s still willing to come back after Lea and Ryan Murphy in spite of them snubbing her.
Glee’s Cory Monteith and Lea Michele visited The View on Wednesday.
Cory told the story of his unusual audition for Glee–his manager had him play drums on overturned Tupperware with pencils and sent it to […]I’ve got Cory Monteith here, with or without clothes.
In fact, the actress isn’t certain she’ll be back at all this season.
It’s a surprise, given her formerly pivotal role.“Yeah,” she says coolly.
“It’s one of the strangest things that has ever happened to me.
I don’t know how people do it over and over again throughout their lives. Via The New York Post Founder and editor of mjsbigblog.com, home of the awesomest fan community on the net.
“Glee” showrunner Ryan Murphy announced that the third episode of the upcoming season, which debuts Sept.
Dianna must agree with this or how else would she manage to take time off shooting two movies back to back.
At least with this schedule she could honestly claim she was working to get herself out of any embarrassment.
After season 1, she seemed to only exist to advance the plot of other characters, rather than have any development of her own.
The epitome of ridiculous plot points came when she survived a terrible car crash after she was texting behind the wheel (another one of Ryan Murphy’s pet PSAs) but wound up in a wheelchair, only to miraculously recover in time for Prom. When the Post asks the actress if it’s time to move on from Glee, she doesn’t sound bitter:“I think moving on might be the wrong choice of words because [“Glee”] is always going to be a part of me and with me and I would always go back,” she says. It’s about what it’s imparted in me and what it’s given me.”This year I’ve had some of the biggest cries of my entire life,” she admits.“It hasn’t completely hit in yet,” Agron says, her voice softening.