John Travolta shares moving tribute for Kirstie Alley – “we will see each other again”

Throughout her career, Kirstie Alley, a famous actress, radiated joy on several television sets. Her passing was tragically confirmed by her children on Monday, shocking both her Hollywood peers and millions of her followers.

Some of the co-stars she had throughout her Hollywood career sent tributes to the late actress in order to honor her life and remember her passing.

True and Lillie Parker, daughters of Kirstie Alley, shared the news of their mother’s passing on social media. Along with the tragic news of her passing, they left a brief note. Our beautiful, brave, and loving mother lost her fight with cancer, which was just recently detected, as stated in the message. She battled valiantly while surrounded by her nearest relatives, giving us reason to believe that she will continue to be filled with delight no matter what experiences lay ahead.


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People who had personally known Kirstie Alley in her life paid respect to the late actress on social media when the news emerged.
Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had, according to John Travolta, who famously co-starred with Alley in the 1989 romantic comedy “Look Who’s Talking.” He shared a photo of the two of them together on Instagram. Kirstie, I adore you. I am confident that we shall cross paths again.

Jamie Lee Curtis, who was the actress’ co-star in the Ryan Murphy television series “Scream Queens,” also paid homage to her. They “agreed to differ about certain things,” but she said that they “had a mutual regard and connection” when she wrote about their relationship. She could have been alluding to Alley’s outspoken backing of Donald Trump, which began during his 2016 presidential campaign.

In addition, Curtis said, “She was a great comic foil in @tvscreamqueens and a beautiful mama bear in her very real life. “She assisted me in purchasing onesies for my family for Christmas that year.”

I always believed grief for a public figure is a private matter, but I will say I loved her,” said Kelsey Grammer, who co-starred with her in Cheers.

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