Just hours after news broke that Cory had entered rehab, Dot-Marie Jones, who plays McKinley High football coach Shannon Beiste and has worked with Cory in many scenes, shared her thoughts.
Dot then added, “U never know what someone is dealing with in their personal life, don't pass judgment and love and support it's what i believe it [sic] what I do.”
Show creator Ryan Murphy took to Twitter early Monday morning to give his best. “I am so proud of Cory Monteith and love and support him 100%” he wrote.
Director and executive producer Brad Falchuck wrote, "Cory is like a son to me. He knows I love him."
Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams) wrote, "Love u @CoryMonteith, so proud of you :)"
Harry Shum Jr. (Mike) tweeted, "Supporting @CoryMonteith for his courageous decision. Get well soon my friend! Proud of you!"
Mark Salling (Puck) tweeted, "Huge love for brother Cory. Can't wait to hit the course with ya"
Casting directior Robert Ulrich wrote, "Proud of @CoryMonteith and support him wholeheartedly"
Chris Colfer (Kurt) tweeted, "Anyone who helps themselves is a hero in my book."
Amber Riley (Mercedes) wrote, "I support you big bro, love you to life. So proud of you @CoryMonteith get well soon "
Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) tweeted, "Sending lots of love and light to @CoryMonteith. We love you."
Cory might be missing the last few episodes of Glee Season 4, but that doesn’t mean all his co-stars won’t be thinking about him often. Best wishes to Cory on his journey to recovery!