Jane Lynch misses Cory Monteith on set of the new season of 'Glee' and said all of the cast are coping differently with his sudden death.
The 53-year-old actress and her co-stars, including the late actor's girlfriend of 14 months, Lea Michele, returned to work on the show this week for the first time since Cory's death on July 13 from a heroin and alcohol overdose in Vancouver, Canada, and the cast are all grieving in different ways.
She told UsMagazine.com at the Angel Awards in Hollywood on Saturday (10.08.13): ''Everybody's doing differently. You know, it's tough. Everybody had a relationship with him and we all express our grief in different ways so I'll only speak for myself.
''I love him and I honour [him], and every day I go to work, I walk by his trailer and I go, 'He should be in there.' ''
The cast paid tribute to Cory, 31, who was cremated in Canada, at a special memorial in Los Angeles last month.
Jane said: ''We had a nice memorial. The cast and the crew, we all got together and we remembered Cory and honoured [him]. We went back to the work and the wheels turn in spite of what happened and I'm just glad we had that memorial so we were able to come together and be a family.''
The third episode of the upcoming fifth season of the show will also remember Cory's character, Finn Hudson, and Lea, 26, is helping the show's creator Ryan Murphy to write the special episode, which will deal with drug abuse.
A source previously said: ''Lea wants it to reflect the truth, to warn people what can happen.''
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