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Tracee Ellis Ross Pens A Heartfelt Tribute To Late Legend Larry King: “There Will Never Be Another Quite Like You”

The American actress, singer, television host and producer, Tracee Ellis Ross, paid a heartfelt tribute after the death of Larry King on her Instagram.

The veteran journalist and the host of the famous program ‘Larry King Show,’ Larry King died at the age of 87 after staying in the hospital for 3 weeks and getting Covid-19 treatment.

He was one of the longest-serving broadcasters on television leaving behind a 60 year career. Throughout his career, he interviewed more than 40 thousand politicians, athletes and famous people.

One of these names, who had the chance to make an interview with the legendary host, was Tracee Ellis Ross in 2015. The actress remembered those days and shared the video clip on her Instagram account.

In the caption, the black-ish star, 48, described Larry King as a broadcasting icon with a very long career. She continued her words mentioning how many people he interviewed and said:

“A broadcasting icon with a career that spanned 5 decades. A straight shooter with no agenda. He interviewed world leaders and celebrities the same way as he did everyday people: with natural curiosity, humor, and fairness.”

At the end of her tribute, the actress mourned the death of the legendary television host by saying there will never be another quite like him and sent her condolences to his family and loved ones.

“Rest well, Mr. King. There will never be another quite like you. My heart goes out to your family & loved ones.”

Click here to view Ross’s mentioned post.

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