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A week after being spotted in public for the first time since Cory Monteith’s death, Lea Michele has now been spotted on the set of Glee.

The actress herself posted a somber photo of her return to the series on Twitter yesterday, including with it a simple/heartfelt message:

“Feels so good to be home.”

Lea Michele and Heather Morris on Glee

On Monday, Michele was photographed exiting a recording studio in Hollywood, giving thanks to Alex Anders and Adam Anders “for a great recording session” and Tweeting about the first track she recorded for Glee Season 5:

“Couldn’t have picked a more beautiful and perfect song to start the year with.”


Michele had been dating Monteith for about a year when he passed away from a heroin overdose on July 13.

A few weeks later, the cast held a private memorial on the same Paramount Soundstage that stands in for McKinley High’s auditorium.

It included over 250 people attendees – including Michele, of course, along with colleagues Dianna Agron, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Darren Criss and Chord Overstreet – who shared stories about their late cast mate and playing music in his honor.