5 Things We'll Miss the Most About Finn Hudson on 'Glee'
With the news of Monteith's passing at 31 years old, we're reeling with sadness and nostalgia for the days we spent with Finn. Here's a look back at what we loved about the McKinley High quarterback and New Directions founding member.
1. His Solos
Finn was the first solo voice we ever heard on a hit "Glee" single. "Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world," he crooned. With the revamp of "Don't Stop Believin'," a "Glee" phenomenon was born.
He sang and we listened to everything from musical theater numbers to classic rock songs as Finn became the lead male voice of the New Directions. In the fourth season, it was Finn who kept the glee club alive when Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) temporarily left McKinley. More than any other characters, he was the life's blood of the group.
Watch a video of Monteith performing as Finn on "Glee" below:
2. His Inimitable Dance Moves