Canadian singer Céline Dion, who was named the female artist to have the most number-one songs on the radio, led a touching tribute to TV legend Larry King, who passed away on January 23, 2021, after he had been tested positive for the coronavirus disease.
Five-time Grammy Award-winning artist took to her Instagram account, just a few hours after the devastating news had been posted on King’s verified Facebook account. The ‘My Heart Will Go On‘ included a photo of herself with the long-time host of ‘Larry King Live‘ on CNN and released a tribute to say that she is beyond sadness with King’s passing. She also said:
“He was such a kind gentleman, and he made all of us feel as though we were speaking with a lifelong friend.”
Dion, who was hosted by the legend multiple times, then concluded her Instagram tribute by saying that there will no other interviewer on American tv like him:
“There will never be anyone like him, and he will be missed by many. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends. – Celine xx…”
As known, the news regarding King’s passing was delivered with a statement announcing that he passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles; however, it was not declared a cause of death. Following the statement, a good number of notable names in the celebs world became online to sent their condolences message to the family and the friends of the ten-time Cable ACE Awards.
In addition to Dion’s above-mentioned post, the tributes of celebs such as Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Andrea Bocelli, and Wolf Blitzer were spread through social media.