They were both adjusting to celebrity life in Los Angeles, being followed by paparazzi and obsessed over by some 10 million viewers, who'd fallen in love with their show overnight.Together, they became a spokescouple for the increasingly powerful brand.He said he’d been spending a lot of time at the gym and was trying to be responsible — not spending money all the time and buying crazy cars like he used to.""My personal feelings for Lea aside, I knew that she wasn’t a partier, so I felt like maybe their relationship could actually be good for him," Naya added."I was happy for Cory to have a stable influence in his life, wherever it was he found it.” The girls may not be friends, but they're not enemies, and it's nice to see Naya paying it forward in her own way.
Soon, she started to ignore me, and eventually it got to the point where she didn’t say a word to me for all of season six.
His parents split when he was seven, and Monteith didn't see much of his dad, who was in the military.
By 13, the actor was using drugs and alcohol; by 16, he was "out of control," he told in 2011, into "anything and everything," and "as much as possible" of it.
"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.