Hollywood Style Awards 2010.
Cory Monteith accepting his Male Future Style Icon Award.
[AGRESSIVELY SINGS LET IT GO]
"For me it wasn’t so much about the subtance per se, it was more about not fitting in. I hadn’t find myself at all. I had no idea who I was, I had no idea where I was going. And all of a sudden I was like "I’m gonna be this bad kid" and all the kids are gonna be like "oh he’s the bad kid so he’s cool" and so they’ll want to hang out with me. You know what I’m saying? […] It was just a lack of not having a self image at the time, which is typical teenagers’ stuff you know. […] So what I’m trying to do now, with this whole "I had a hard time thing" and my evolution out of that came a little later, is to kind of impart to people struggling with the same stuff that like… Find something that inspires you, find something that you can get excited about and that will become you’re new direction.”
A good-natured smile can work wonders and accomplish miracles.
❝Music is one of the most important parts of a photo shoot. If the music isn’t just right, everybody’s kinda like… [pulls a face] Photo shoots make you conscious of your body; music makes you move your body.❞
I wish Cory knew how special and beautiful he truly was; how much his kindness and compassion impacted people that he didn’t have to change one thing about himself. It saddens me when I think of the hate he received and is still receiving. I just wish he knew his true worth; that he was beautiful on the inside as well as the out.