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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Lea Michele ‘inspired by supportive Kidman’

Published 04/05/2013

Lea Michele
Lea Michele

Lea Michele is said to be determined to help her boyfriend Cory Monteith following his recent rehab stint.

Nicole and Keith married in June 2006 and in October of the same year the country musician checked into rehab. He has been open about needing help for drug and alcohol addiction, which he had sought help for in the past.

Lea is dating her Glee co-star Cory Monteith, 30, who recently completed a stint in rehab. He was previously treated when he was 19 and although he hasn't confirmed why he needed help, it's believed he checked in for substance addiction this time around.

Lea is determined to be there for her boyfriend as he finds his feet again.

"Lea loved how Nicole stood by her man. Friends and family are urging her to leave Cory, but she intends to be there for him," an insider told National Enquirer.

"She believes that, with enough love and support, he will beat his demons and they can live a happy life together."

Cory checked out of rehab on April 26 and was seen catching a flight with Lea at Los Angeles International Airport.

"Sending out big love to everyone," he later tweeted. "Thank you for the continued support! It means the world to me! :) (sic)"

In 2010, Keith spoke of how much Nicole's support meant to him and how it helped him deal with his issues.

"[There] was a huge hole in my life that was going to be filled by the right thing eventually or it was always going to be filled by the wrong thing,” he said. “Ultimately for me, [the right thing is] love… Nic has taught me so much and brought so much to my life and opened my eyes in so many ways.”

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