Celebrities and co-stars pay tribute to Naya Rivera, who is presumed dead after disappearing at Lake Piru | Connect FM | Local News Radio

(LOS ANGELES) — The Glee cast is dealing with another profound heartbreak as officials scour Lake Piru in California, where actress Naya Rivera was last seen on Wednesday.  Her four-year-old son Josey Dorsey was found drifting alone in a boat Rivera had rented earlier that day.

Authorities believe the 33-year-old has drowned and confirmed on Thursday that their rescue effort is now a recovery.

Heather Morris, who played Rivera’s on-screen girlfriend in the musical comedy, issued a statement regarding the actress’ disappearance and expressed hope that her friend is still alive.

“It’s so hard to wrap your head around something unknown. I’m holding on to hope that the rescuers will bring Naya home in a swift and speedy recovery,” Said Morris. “I know she would remind me in moments like this that God has a plan for everything and although we may not know that that plan is, we need to keep our chin up and stay strong.”

Other Glee co-stars have also reacted to the tragedy:

Demi Lovato: “I don’t tweet often but sometimes my tweets come true so, together let’s manifest on twitter that Naya will be found safe and sound!!. Come on y’all! Let’s put this energy out there: they will find her healthy and alive!!”

Chord Overstreet: “

Harry Shum Jr: “Praying”

Lauren Potter (Becky): “Naya we just talked on my birthday I love you.”

Vanessa Lengies (Sugar Motta): “I love her. I love you. Holding you tight.”

Dot Marie Jones (Coach Bieste): “THIS CANT BE!!! ????PLEASE KEEP PRAYING! #nayarivera I LOVE YOU GIRL”

Iqbal Theba (Principal Figgins): “Oh God… mercy… please…”

Damian McGinty (Rory): “Sick to my stomach. Please pray.”


Other celebrities who co-starred alongside Rivera on separate projects have also expressed their disbelief and grief:

By Meghan Stone
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