"Glee" star Naya Rivera and her boyfriend Big Sean collaborated together on Rivera's new single "Sorry." The actress released a 30-second preview of the new song (listen to the audio below) which sounds like a pop song, but also has a hip-hop beat. The clip includes River spelling out "Sorry" followed by a male voice yelling "B--ch!"
Rivera tweeted out to fans along with the release of the "Sorry" teaser:
"More details to come soon. Thank you all for supporting me! Sorry it took so long! #SorryNotSorry."
According to PopCrush, the song will feature a verse from Big Sean, but you don't get to hear it in the preview.
Rivera will also be returning to work for season 5 of "Glee." When asked about if she is anything like her character Santana Lopez, she said there are some similarities. "She's very driven," Rivera told CBSNews.com. "We know that. I would say I have that part of her. And we both sing and dance."
Of course the entire cast of "Glee" was rocked by the tragic death of Cory Monteith. Shortly after the news of Monteith's death broke, Rivera released a statement:
"The entire 'Glee' family and I are deeply saddened by this tragedy. Cory was and always will be a part of my own family and a good friend. He was a special part of this world and will forever be missed. My heart goes out to Cory's family and Lea and while we are grateful for everyone's well wishes, privacy during this time of grief is greatly appreciated."
As for Rivera and Big Sean's "Sorry" single, you can listen to the teaser below.