Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Lea Michele had ‘a great time’ at baby shower

Lea Michele

Lea Michele appeared to be getting her joyful spirit back at Jamie-Lynn Sigler’s baby shower following Cory Monteith’s death.

The actress lost her boyfriend and Glee co-star Cory Monteith to a fatal overdose last month.

She appears to be getting her joyful spirit back after spending time with good friends.

Lea was spotted on Saturday arm-in-arm with a pal at the Thompson Beverly Hills hotel in California for the celebration of Jamie-Lynn’s pregnancy.

"She was smiling and having a great time with her friends," a source told E! News about the happy gathering.

Lea was joined by other famous faces including Lance Bass, JoAnna Garcia and Beverly Mitchell.

The bash was held inside Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room.

The menu for the afternoon party included mimosas, pancakes, fried chicken and cake.

Cory, who portrayed Finn Hudson on Glee, passed away from a heroin overdose on July 13 in a Vancouver, Canada hotel room.

Lea recently revealed she was back to work and adjusting to normal life again after dealing with the shocking news.

"First day of glee today..And at my first wardrobe fitting for Rachel Berry for Season Five!" she tweeted on Thursday. "I've missed her so much."

Lea’s co-star Chris Colfer meanwhile said he isn’t sure the cast will be able to survive without Cory’s presence.

He admitted the group had not dealt with an issue bigger than this death in their time together.

“We’ve had bumps and dips along the road over the course of the years, but nothing like this. I know we’ve always come together — always — in the past, because we are such a family in the cast and the crew,” he told Entertainment Weekly Radio/SiriusXM 105. “But I don’t know. I’m assuming things will be very different, and I’m sure they’ll be difficult at first. But… We’ll see. I think I’m positive.”

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