September 23, 2021

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The entertainment industry pays homage to Kelly Preston – differently

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Showbiz World mourns the death of “Jerry Maguire”, “Naughty” and “Twins” actor Kelly Preston, who died at 57 on Sunday after a two-year battle with breast cancer. In addition to paying tribute to Preston, many in Hollywood mourned her husband John Travolta and children Ella and Ben.

Actor Josh Gad (“Book of Mormon”, “Ice Cool”) tweeted: “I’m so sad. What a beautiful and wonderful actress and person. It’s so sad to hear her pass at such a young age. My heart goes out to John Travolta and the whole family.” What a loss. “

“I was lucky enough to star in my first film with him” for Game of Thrones. “We were shooting on a winter’s day in Colorado, but he couldn’t be warm or kind enough to try to make a young, nervous actor look good. I’ll never forget that. Congratulations to actress and producer Daniel Dye Kim on Kelly,” (lost, “” Good. ” Doctor “).

Producer, actor and writer Maria Schreiber (“Alzheimer’s Project”) posted: “Shocked by this sad news. Kelly was a bright loving soul, a talented actress, and a loving mother and wife. My heart is broken for her family who are already You have known such sorrow and pain. Join me in sending their love and strength. “

“#RIP Kelly Preston. “Pray for John, his family and friends,” tweeted actor Adina Porter (“100”).

Spencer Breslin, who played the son of “The Cat in the Preston,” tweeted: “My on-screen mother, #KellyPreston. What a beautiful woman. Such a tragic loss. ”

“Kelly Preston was extremely kind and incredibly beautiful. Can’t believe it. My thoughts are with her sweet Ella and the rest of her incredible family, ”actor Chloe Bennett tweeted“ SHIELD’s Marvel Agents ”.

“I knew #KellyPreston in high school. She was supernaturally beautiful and kind. Last time we talked about directing a remake of my ‘52-pick-up ’so he would play Un-Margaret. It would have been special for us
@ Panahoschool alums. All my heart goes out to John, Ella and Ben, “tweeted filmmaker Rod Lowry (” Outpost “).

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