Lea Michele chose the setting of The Ellen Degeneres Show and Ellen's company to open up for the first time on camera about Cory Monteith's death and what the past few months have been like for her. Lea stopped by Ellen's talk show for an interview, which airs Thursday, just days after releasing "Cannonball," the first single off her forthcoming album Louder. The Glee actress talked about what it meant for Kate Hudson to open up her home to Lea in her time of need, what made her want to write a song about Cory, and why she decided to return to work on the show that brought her together with Cory. Lea also share the story of "Cannonball," which was written by Sia, and how she is finding strength even through the grief.
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