The Grammy Awards made a pretty big mistake during its "In Memoriam" tribute Sunday night.
Cory Monteith's name was misspelled during the annual montage, with the "e" and the "i" reversed. Viewers, especially "Glee" fans, immediately noticed the error and took to Twitter to express their anger.
"Dear Recording Academy, it's 2014 & no one has spell check? His name is Cory MONTEITH!!! Fire the fact check clerk!" one fan tweeted.
Monteith died in July from a fatal combination of heroin and alcohol. His character's death, which was addressed in the third episode this season, will be touched upon again in the upcoming 100th episode.
"I don't think it could go much farther without continuing to talk about how that hurts," Paris Barclay, the director of the episode, told Us Weekly Saturday. "There is so much feeling there and it affected the Glee family in such a profound way, and you can expect it to be dealt with in the 100th episode. It definitely comes back and is dealt with in a significant way.