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PopWrapped | Television

Mark Salling Talks About The Gaping, Cory-Monteith-Shaped-Hole On The Glee Set

Kristina Atienza | PopWrapped Author

Kristina Atienza

Updated 11/28/2014 4:08pm
Mark Salling Talks About The Gaping, Cory-Monteith-Shaped-Hole On The Glee Set | Mark Salling
Media Courtesy of TVLine.com
As Gleeks prepare for the final season at with their favorite glee club, Mark Salling, aka McKinley's favorite former bad boy Noah "Puck" Puckerman, is ready to return to a final full time role on Glee.
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Although Salling is excited to return to Glee, his late friend and costar Cory Monteith, who died last summer at 31, is still missed. Salling describes Monteith as "a great leader as a character and person in real life... I still think about him all the time."
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From going around the world for their music or just to travel the world, the veteran cast members are expected to appear together for the last time for the sixth and final season. Salling describes the cast as "like family." Unfortunately, there hasn't been full closure for the cast for Monteith. Salling reminisces about Monteith: "He was kind of like the quarterback of the show ... He was kind of like that in real life." Although Salling is looking forward to making his transition from writing to acting with his new project of Camp Coyote, Glee isn't something he's looking to get over any time soon.

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