The 12th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball on Saturday in LA brought out plenty of stars in support of the organization's cause. Rebecca Gayheart acted as cochair for the event, which raised funds to help homeless and low-income individuals find employment, and she had husband Eric Dane on hand for support. New Girl's Max Greenfield acted as the evening's host, while Colin Farrell, Chris Pine, and Ali Larter watched in the audience. It was an especially big night for Cory Monteith and Lea Michele, though, since it was Cory's return to the red carpet following his stint in rehab, which ended in April. He and Lea have been out and about since then, catching a Canucks game and even taking a vacation to Mexico in May, but the event marked his first official public appearance.
Lea Michele and her beau, Cory Monteith, took in the sunshine in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, during a lunch date on the water yesterday. The couple are getting in a little rest and relaxation, which Lea detailed on Twitter account, saying, "Sailing off on another adventure. Putting down the electronics for the next few days. Going to rest up the mind body and soul. See you soon!" Their Mexican getaway is the pair's second trip together since Cory completed a month-long stint in rehab for substance abuse. They also spent time in Cory's hometown of Vancouver where they took in an exciting sporting event. Lea and Cory showed many emotions while rooting on the Vancouver Canucks during their NHL playoff game last week.
Lea and Cory chose the sunshine south of the border over NYC after rumors emerged that the couple would make an appearance at Monday night's Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala. Although they were not in attendance for the fashionable affair, plenty of other A-listers flocked to the Big Apple for the event. Go inside the Met Gala with a look at pictures from the exclusive event!
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith rooted for their beloved Vancouver Canucks at the NHL Playoffs in Vancouver yesterday. The two showed a lot of emotion during the game, with Lea covering her head at one point and waving a flag during a cheerful moment. She also shared her excitement before the game, tweeting a photo of her hockey-themed outfit and writing, "Go Canucks!" Unfortunately, the Glee couple's team spirit didn't help the Canucks as they were bested by the San Jose Sharks, 3-1. Despite watching their team lose, the outing may have been a positive one for the couple as it was their first game since Cory checked out of rehab for a substance addiction. Lea and Cory reunited in LA last week following his monthlong stint in treatment.
Cory Monteith and his girlfriend, Lea Michele, were all smiles as they made their way through LAX together on Friday. The Glee couple were reunited for their weekend travels after Cory completed a stint in rehab for substance addiction. He reemerged sporting a new shorter 'do following his month stay in treatment, which he announced in March.
Lea showed her support for Cory's decision to seek help, and she was thrilled to be back with her beau, writing on Twitter on Friday, "Today is a great day. Love you all!" Cory was sure to acknowledge all of his supporters as well, tweeting, "Sending out big love to everyone. Thank you for the continued support! It means the world to me!"
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According to People, Cory Monteith has checked into rehab for substance addiction. The Glee star's rep shared that Cory "graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery." He has the support of girlfriend Lea Michele, who released a statement to People explaining that she "will stand by him through this."
Lea Michele and her boyfriend, Cory Monteith, touched down at LAX early this morning. The couple were all smiles as they arrived back on the West Coast following a weekend getaway to Vancouver. Lea and Cory traveled to his hometown to attend a wedding, and aside from celebrating his friend's big day, Cory also fit in time on the mountain. He tweeted, "Amazing weekend back in Van for my buddy's wedding! I even got up the hill afterwards! Perfect day at Cypress Mountain. Amped!" Lea also took to social media to announce that she is a fan of her boyfriend's hometown, tweeting, "Perfect weekend getaway in Vancouver. I love it here."
Lea and Cory's trip to Vancouver was just their latest during a busy month. The couple are in the midst of season four of their hit show, Glee, though they also fit in a visit to NYC earlier this month.
Lea Michele and Cory Monteith stuck close together as they arrived in NYC last night. The couple headed east after a busy week of filming a Broadway episode for Glee. The series has been on a break since early February but will return tomorrow night with a special new episode marking the cast's 500th musical performance. Lea talked up the big show with an appearance this morning on The View. She and the stars of Glee have had a lot to celebrate lately, since creator Ryan Murphy was honored with the PaleyFest Icon Award just last week. Lea and Cory posed on the red carpet together at the event, which also brought out their costars Jane Lynch, Naya Rivera, and Darren Criss. NeNe Leakes, who has a role on The New Normal and also appeared on Glee, was on hand as well, and Lea couldn't contain her excitement over hanging out with the star.
Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, and Jane Lynch were joined by their Glee cast members to honor Ryan Murphy as he received the PaleyFest Icon Award in LA last night. Lea wore a sheer black Vivienne Tam dress while her boyfriend, Cory, went for a simple suit at the event. The Glee cast weren't the only stars from Ryan's shows to attend the shindig — Leslie Bibb, Carly Pope, and Leslie Grossman from Ryan's first show, Popular, walked the red carpet along with Andrew Rannells and Justin Bartha from The New Normal. Many of the stars of Ryan's shows have grown close with the prolific TV creator, and Andrew, Naya Rivera, and Darren Criss even did some impressions of Ryan Murphy on the red carpet for the Associated Press. After the award ceremony, Lea tweeted, "A beautiful night honoring the amazing Ryan Murphy. So happy for him. What a joy to be in such an amazing room with such incredible people."