Overcome with emotion, Jamie Lee Curtis says the heartbreaking thing


Jamie Lee Curtis, overwhelmed with emotions, shared a heart-wrenching revelation recently. The loss of Kirstie Alley has deeply affected the film industry, prompting her friends and colleagues, with whom she had a remarkable career, to share their cherished memories of the late actress. According to Alley's family, the beloved star of Cheers passed away on Monday at the age of 71 after battling colon cancer.

On Monday, Alley's co-stars from Cheers, namely Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, and Kelsey Grammer, each expressed their thoughts about Alley. Grammer, while acknowledging his love for her, also emphasized the private nature of mourning the loss of a public figure.

Ted Danson, who portrayed Don Santry alongside Alley, reminisced about a scene they filmed together three decades ago, praising her excellent performance and recalling how she made him laugh then and still does to this day.

"I received the news of Kirstie's passing just as I was disembarking from a plane. Although I am devastated by her departure, I will forever be grateful for the countless times she brought joy and laughter into my life. Her children have my unconditional love, knowing the immense kindness and purity of their mother's heart. I will deeply miss her when she's gone," shared Danson.

Rhea Perlman fondly remembered Alley as a one-of-a-kind person and an incredible friend. Perlman highlighted Alley's boundless joy and the close bond they formed soon after Alley joined the Cheers cast. Alley showered Perlman's children with love and affection, organizing treasure hunts and hosting grand Halloween and Easter celebrations where the entire cast and crew, along with their families, were invited. Perlman expressed her gratitude for knowing Alley and lamented her absence.

Following Alley's passing, numerous mourners turned to social media to express their condolences and share their memories. Steve Guttenberg, Alley's co-star in the movie "It Takes Two," commended her warmth and friendliness in an Instagram comment. Tim Allen, who acted alongside Alley in the 1997 film "For Richer or Poorer," sent prayers to Alley and her family on Twitter, describing her as having a wonderful gentle spirit. Allen recalled Alley's thoughtfulness in bringing him his preferred tuna fish sandwich on rye while on set.

Steve Guttenberg remarked, "Every day, Kirstie impressed me with her tangible offerings and soulfulness. The world feels a little emptier without her."

John Travolta, who starred with Alley in the 1989 movie "Look Who's Talking," paid tribute to his late friend on Instagram, calling their friendship one of the deepest he has ever experienced. Travolta expressed his certainty that they would cross paths again and professed his profound love for Alley. Sharon Stone also expressed her sympathies in the comments, describing Alley as hilariously amazing.

Jamie Lee Curtis, Alley's co-star in the horror film "Scream Queens," took to Instagram to honor her memory. Curtis praised Alley as a fantastic comedic partner on screen and a nurturing mother figure behind the scenes. Curtis recounted how Alley once assisted her during a holiday shopping spree for onesies for her entire family. Despite their differences, Curtis concluded that they held mutual respect for one another.

By sharing a message alongside a previous tweet in which Alley expressed her unwavering love for Jackeé Harry, the late actress's legacy was acknowledged by Jackeé Harry, who expressed her appreciation for Alley's talent and her delightful and witty spirit.

"Kirstie Alley was an incredible talent who brought joy to many people, both on screen and with her lovely and witty spirit," said Harry. "Regardless of whether you agreed with her views or not, Kirstie Alley was an extraordinary talent who undoubtedly brought happiness to many. Rest in peace with love. You were