Demi Lovato: Pays tribute to Naya Rivera- “Miss you”

Demi Lovato is as yet grieving the deficiency of her companion Naya Rivera after the “Glee” star died in July in a drowning accident.

The 28-year-old singer posted a video tribute via social media for the late star.

Lovato shared a video of the view from her climb inscribed it “Miss You [Naya Rivera].” The music playing the clasp was The Beatles’ “Here Comes The Sun,” which is a reference to the scene from “Glee” they were in together.

Lovato visitor featured on the Ryan Murphy series during its fifth season during which Rivera’s character Santana and Lovato’s character Dani fall in love.

Rivera’s body was found in Lake Piru close to Los Angeles on July 13 following a five days manhunt. She stayed away forever in the wake of leasing a barge boat with her 5-year-old child, Josey, who was discovered safe in the boat.

The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office affirmed that her reason for death was suffocating, following the consummation of an autopsy report. The way of death was recorded as a mishap. She was 33 years of age.

At the point when the news broke, Lovato wrote a moving note about her time working with the youthful entertainer.

“RIP Naya Rivera. I’ll forever cherish the opportunity to play your girlfriend on Glee,” Lovato said on Instagram alongside an album of photos. “The character you played was groundbreaking for tons of closeted queer girls (like me at the time) and open queer girls, and your ambition and accomplishments were inspiring to Latina women all over the world.”

“My heart goes out to your loved ones at this time.. ❤️🕊,” she finished up.

“Yeah, I’m not gonna lie, the last five months, on top of the pandemic is losing a friend. It’s tragic and devastating,” Ushkowitz admitted. “It definitely took a toll on us all and shocked us to our cores. And so it’s been hard and not a day goes by that I don’t think of her and that we don’t think of her.”

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