Ryan Seacrest, Celine Dion, and Oprah Winfrey were among the individuals who offered recognition and condolences throughout the end of the week, to the late Larry King, who died on Saturday at 87 years old.
Taking to Twitter, Seacrest, 46, called amazing telecaster King “a dear companion and tutor.” “I lost a dear companion and tutor,” Seacrest composed Saturday. “Really an American fortune. Find happiness in the hereafter, Larry King.” Winfrey, 66, additionally posted a photograph of herself with King, tweeting: “It was consistently a treat to find a spot at your table. Furthermore, hear your accounts. Much obliged to you Larry King.”
Dion, 52, called King “a benevolent noble man” in her Twitter recognition Saturday. He feels miserable and desperate to find out about Larry King’s passing. He was a particularly kind honorable man, and he caused us all to feel like we were talking with a long-lasting companion. There won’t ever be in any way similar to him, and he will be remembered fondly by many. She offered his sincerest sympathies to his family and companions.
King died on Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Recently, he had been hospitalized with COVID-19. Previous CBS anchor Dan Rather, Jimmy Kimmel, and Andy Cohen additionally composed contacting messages. On Saturday, King’s children, Larry King Jr., Chance King, and Cannon King, given a joint explanation concerning their dad’s passing. They were shattered over our dad’s demise, and along with our more distant family grieve his passing.