Matthew Morrison dedicates song to Cory Monteith
New York: `Glee` star Matthew Morrison paid tribute to Cory Monteith, who was found dead in a Vancouver hotel, by dedicating a song to the actor during his concert in Manhattan.
Morrison called Monteith a brother and expressed his sadness at the actor`s death, the New York Times reported.
The `Glee` teacher also changed his opening song to an a capella version of "What I Did for Love," from `A Chorus Line`. The song was performed by Lea Michele, who was dating Monteith at the time of his death, during Glee`s second season.
Morrison told the crowd that he felt "awkward" going ahead with Sunday`s performance but said he would continue "in Cory`s honour."
Monteith was found dead on Saturday in a Vancouver hotel. He was 31.
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