Paul McCartney, Tony Bennett, Goldie Hawn React To Doris Day’s Death

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People all over the world have been mourning the passing of Doris Day, who died at age 97 from complications of pneumonia on May 13th, 2019. Hollywood stars have also taken to social media to share their condolences, sympathies, and reactions to the icon’s sudden and unexpected death.

Among many of these Hollywood stars include Paul McCartney, Goldie Hawn, Tony Bennett, Mitzi Gaynor, as well as the official Twitter account for The Academy. See the reactions of all these stars who are dealing with the loss of such a monumental actress in the film industry.

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Paul remembers Doris Day: 'So sad to hear of Doris Day passing away. She was a true star in more ways than one. I had the privilege of hanging out with her on a few occasions. Visiting her in her Californian home was like going to an animal sanctuary where her many dogs were taken care of in splendid style. She had a heart of gold and was a very funny lady who I shared many laughs with. Her films like 'Calamity Jane', 'Move Over, Darling' and many others were all incredible and her acting and singing always hit the mark. I will miss her but will always remember her twinkling smile and infectious laugh as well as the many great songs and movies she gave us. God bless Doris.’ #DorisDay #PaulMcCartney

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“So sad to hear of Doris Day passing away. She was a true star in more ways than one. I had the privilege of hanging out with her on a few occasions, ” Paul McCartney wrote in a long post on Instagram.

She had a heart of gold and was a very funny lady who I shared many laughs with. Her films like ‘Calamity Jane’, ‘Move Over, Darling’ and many others were all incredible and her acting and singing always hit the mark. I will miss her but will always remember her twinkling smile and infectious laugh as well as the many great songs and movies she gave us. God bless Doris.”

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Candace Cameron Bure of Fuller House said, “Throughout my career, I always dreamed of being a modern Doris Day. Thank you for being a role model.”

“The great Doris Day left us and took a piece of the sun with her,” says Goldie Hawn, “She brightened our lives and lived out her life with dignity.”

“Susan and I are saddened to hear of Doris Day’s passing. She was a wonderful friend to us and a lovely and very talented lady. We will miss her beautiful smile and it was such a thrill to appear on The Doris Day Show back in 1970,” says Tony Bennett on his official Twitter account.

“Oh Ms. Day, a Cincinnati girl just like me. How many letters I drafted to you and didn’t send. I could never get it right but they all said the same thing, I love you. Millions did and do. Godspeed,” says Sarah Jessica Parker in a post.

While actress Rose Marie has passed, someone still runs her account and shares updates and memories.

They also bid farewell to Doris Day, saying, “We got to know Doris when Mom worked with her. They talked frequently until Mom’s passing. We all shared our love for animals. I’m happy & proud to say I knew her & loved seeing her close friendship with my mother. They truly loved each other.”

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“Bravo wonderful Doris Day on a life beautifully lived. Thank you for the great gifts you shared with all of us, they will live forever,” says Mitzi Gaynor.

Last but not least, The Academy says,Today, we remember Doris Day, who brought us so much joy with her humor, extraordinary talent and kind heart. Farewell to a Hollywood legend.

A legend indeed! Please SHARE this article to honor Doris Day and her profound legacy.

Take a look at the news coverage below on all the tributes that have come up since Doris Day’s passing:

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