Celebrities mourn the death of actress Anne Heche; read tributes

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Celebrities mourn the death of actress Anne Heche;  read tributes

The death of actress Anne Heche, 53, this Friday (12) had repercussions among celebrities, who used social media to mourn the loss of the artist. She was in a coma after being in a serious car accident on August 5. The artist was brain dead and the devices were turned off.

“This is a sad day. I’m sending Anne’s children, family and friends all my love,” wrote the actress’ ex-girlfriend, presenter Ellen DeGeneres, in her Instagram stories. They dated for three years and no longer had contact.

Former husband and father of one of Heche’s children, actor James Tupper shared a photo of the actress on Instagram and wrote: “I love you forever”. Actor Jason Antoon commented on the post showing support for the actress’ family: “Seana and I are sending you and the boys so much love.”

James Gunn, director of the Marvel movies, took to Twitter to praise the great artist that Heche was. “Honestly, I think maybe the best performance I’ve ever seen in my life was Anne Heche in ‘Proof’ on Broadway.

Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba and the singer’s competition dance teacher Keo Motsepe took to the nets to mourn the death. “I love you Anne Heche,” Motsepe wrote on Instagram stories, adding a broken heart.

Inaba posted on Twitter that Heche was a unique and free-spirited person. “Rest in peace Anne Heche. May your soul be at peace. We will miss your beautiful, unique, free-spirited energy. I will always remember your performance on Dancing with the Stars with that fantasy dancing with all your heart. Thank you for be you.”

Actress Rosanna Arquette used social media to mourn the death of Heche, but did not fail to mention that she would have been arrested for driving under the influence of drugs and putting lives and risk. “She’s still a great artist and has struggled with addiction, it’s terribly sad for her kids and her friends.

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