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Heather Morris Breaks Down In Tears & Admits Her Heart Is ‘Aching’ After Naya Rivera’s Death

Heather Morris wiped away tears as she informed ‘Glee’ followers that she had been feeling ‘actually heavy’ after Naya Rivera’s passing. She thanked them for at all times supporting Brittany and Santana.

Heather Morris needs Glee followers to know that they’re not alone. Practically one month after greatest buddy and onscreen love curiosity Naya Rivera‘s demise, Heather took to Instagram to share an emotional message with those that had been impressed by their storyline on Glee, and by Naya herself. “I've been feeling actually heavy recently. I’ve been feeling this, like, aching in my coronary heart to attach with my followers, to attach with everyone who’s been feeling a bit of misplaced and a bit of confused throughout this time,” Heather, 33, started.

“Most of you felt prefer it was your gateway into your present life,” Heather mentioned, recalling the Santana and Brittany’s epic love story. “Most of you felt prefer it was an inspiration to change into your greatest self, and I need you to know that was by no means misplaced on me. It was by no means misplaced on Naya. We each knew how particular that was. I believe she knew a bit of bit greater than I did. I actually felt it rather a lot later, with all of the messages and all of the folks reaching out and most of the writers additionally knew that as effectively. They had been mainly writing for the followers.”

Heather started crying as she mourned Naya, who died of an unintentional drowning in July after going lacking in Lake Piru. “I felt a extremely deep want to hook up with all of you proper now. As a result of I simply know the way vital our relationship was to you all and I do know quite a lot of you are feeling very misplaced and really far-off from what occurred, perhaps a bit of bit confused and that’s fully regular.”

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Naya Rivera and Heather Morris pose collectively on the crimson carpet at San Diego Comedian Con (SplashNews)

She thanked followers for supporting the LGBTQ+ group and making it doable for her an Naya to painting a wonderful romance between two highschool cheerleaders. “With out you guys it could by no means have existed,” Heather mentioned, wiping tears from her eyes. “You guys helped create one thing for the writers and for Naya and I that made an affect that may final for a lifetime and past that.”

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