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Who’s to say we’re not just seeing what we want to see?
Whatever the case, Cory and Lea spend Thanksgiving apart.
Lea Michele really took a stroll down memory lane the past few days as she's shared a series of throwback photos to her Instagram — and one snap in particular really hit home with the 30-year-old's fans.
After highlighting notable moments from her career with Polaroid-style pics, the alum posted a flashback photo of herself cuddling with her late boyfriend Cory Monteith (above). The photo is dated from "Bleeker St." in "2012," one year before Cory's death from a "mixed drug toxicity" of heroin and alcohol. While the songstress didn't clarify meaning behind the random post, her followers immediately flocked to be there for the celeb, with comments saying: creator Ryan Murphy reflected on the show's rollercoaster six seasons, including Cory Monteith's untimely death from a drug overdose in July of 2013.
We've compiled a detailed timeline of their relationship in four parts.Unfortunately, the star couldn't overcome his demons in the end.Recalling the last time he saw Cory, Ryan revealed: actress touches on is her longtime feud with the FOX hit's leading lady Lea Michele — and how although their rivalry was very real, it was definitely overblown in the media.His death was ruled an accident, the coroner's office announced Wednesday, October 2. Ned Vizzini, author of "It's Kind of a Funny Story," died December 19 of blunt impact injuries to the head, torso and extremities.The findings concluded that Monteith "died of mixed drug toxicity, involving intravenous heroin use combined with the ingestion of alcohol."Jeffrey Ian Pollack, left, who directed the popular 1990s films "Booty Call" and "Above the Rim" and produced "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," was found dead on December 23. Vizzini committed suicide, according to the New York City medical examiner's office, though the office did not immediately say how. Renowned psychic Sylvia Browne, a leader in the paranormal world who appeared regularly on television and radio and also wrote dozens of top-selling books, died November 20 in a northern California hospital, according to her website.