The time for the Glee family to say goodbye to their star quarterback-turned-stage-star is coming. Next Thursday, Fox will air the tribute episode to Cory Monteith, and if the trailer is any indication, there will be tears.
Lea Michele sings Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love," a fitting lyrical homage to her relationship with Monteith, both on and off camera. Michele has been described as the sober crutch through Monteith's addiction, and as the song's lyrics say, "Nothing that I wouldn't do / Go to the ends of the Earth for you / To make you feel my love."
Several cast members who have since left the show will make appearances, including Harry Shum Jr., Mark Salling, Jayma Mays, Dot-Marie Jones (Finn's football coach), and Amber Riley. E! reports that the show's creator, while speaking to reporters at an American Horror Story: Coven screening, said many actors who weren't under contract called him up and personally asked to be in the episode. "It was very rough with Lea Michele," Murphy commented. "I'm very proud of it. I think the performances are quite stunning." Stock up on your tissues, guys. (Just Jared)