Naya Rivera says she is ''grateful'' to have starred on 'Glee', following news that the hit musical comedy will come to an end in 2015.
Naya Rivera is ''grateful'' to have starred on 'Glee'.
While the 26-year-old beauty - who plays lesbian cheerleader Santana Lopez - is disappointed that the hit musical comedy will come to an end after six seasons, she is honoured to have been part of it.
She said: ''I think we've had a really good run on the show. I think that all good things must come to an end, so whenever that comes to an end, I'll just be grateful that I was even on it.''
Meanwhile, Naya admits she struggled to sing The Perry Band's emotional song 'If I Die Young' in a tribute episode dedicated to her late co-star Cory Monteith, who died from a combination of alcohol and heroin in July, but is ''proud'' of how the episode - which aired earlier this month - turned out.
She added to Access Hollywood: ''It was really difficult, it brought tears to my eyes. It was definitely tough, but all in all, I think it was a great episode. I'm really proud of everybody.''
As she gets ready to close one chapter in her life, the star has a lot to look forward to as she recently got engaged to rapper Big Sean.
'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy recently confirmed the hit show will come to an end in 2015.
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