Today is a reminder that we are a family, no matter if the years pass by and glee is over.
We love you Cory, forever. Thank you for touching our hearts the way you did it, and still. Be safe guys, always. Remember, you’re not alone in this world, no matter why, no matter what. You are so special, and nobody have the right to tell you otherwise. If you need someone to talk send me a message, more than happy to help. Love you my dear gleeks. And for the people that doesn’t like glee or never watched it, it goes the same. You’re special, one in a million, we all are. Please take care of yourselfs guys.
“I’m here to show my fans — and the rest of the world — more about who Heather really is and, to me, this seems like a step back in time,” Morris wrote in her exclusive PEOPLE blog before Monday’s live show.
But backstage after her performance, Morris was all smiles.
“I think once we got on stage and did it, it felt so much more powerful and specific to what we were doing,” she said.
Making Morris feel even more confident was having her former Glee costar Naya Rivera supporting her in the audience.
“She was, like, so fangirling before this whole thing happened. She was, like, ‘Oh my God! I’m obsessed! This is my favorite! I love it!‘” said Morris. “We come from a completely different world with Naya and Kevin [McHale] and all of them, but they are so supportive and Kevin is so stoked to come watch the show. It’s fun to bring them into this world.”
Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays (at 8 p.m. ET) on ABC.