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We still get a lump in our throats every time we think about the loss of Cory Monteith a little over a week ago. Today, we read Jenna Ushkowitz‘s Instagram, celebrating “the love and light that Cory shared with the world” and nearly teared up all over again. But with the approach of VH1’s Do Something Awards next week, we thought we’d take a moment to remember the Glee star as last year’s TV Star Male winner.
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Following the death of 31-year-old Glee star Cory Monteith, more friends and colleagues are sharing memories of the late actor. Hit The Floor‘s own Charlotte Ross has had a recurring role on Glee since its 2009 premiere, playing the role of Judy Fabray. As mother to Dianna Agron‘s Quinn, Ross shared scenes with Monteith over the course of the series, including his memorable serenade of Paul Anka’s “You’re Having My Baby” in Season One. “Everyone in the cast is warm and supportive but, Cory stood out to me as one of the sweetest,” Ross tells VH1. (Watch Cory recall his audition for the show in the 2009 video above.)