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Sia Furler comforted Lea Michele post Monteith's death

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Sia Furler has revealed that she comforted Lea Michele, after the untimely death of her boyfriend Cory Monteith.

The 'Breathe Me' hitmaker, whose own boyfriend Dan was killed in a car accident in the '90s, said that she worked with Michele on her debut solo studio album Louder at a highly sensitive time, Us Magazine reported.

Furler added that Michele approached her, asking for help in crafting a song about Monteith and opened up about the experience and "began to sob on the sofa" in the recording studio after she played her a sample of the song.

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First Published: Tue, April 22 2014. 17:33 IST
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