La star di “Cheers” Kirstie Alley è morta all’età di 71 anni, i suoi figli annunciato sui social.

Negli anni ’80 e ’90, Alley è diventata famosa per i suoi ruoli in sitcom e lungometraggi. Durante la sua carriera, Alley è diventata famosa per il ruolo di Rebecca Howe nella sitcom “Cheers” e per il ruolo del tenente Saavik in “Star Trek II: L’ira di Khan”. Mentre Alley ha recitato in molti spettacoli e film, questi due hanno contribuito a lanciare la sua carriera e a portarla verso la celebrità, secondo la sua biografia. Ma mentre la star energica ed estroversa è diventata rapidamente un nome familiare a Hollywood, non ci è voluto molto perché la star diventasse una figura controversa.

Though people didn't always agree with Alley, many are taking to social media to honor Alley following her passing. 

Kirstie Alley died following a battle with cancer

Taking to social media, Kirstie Alley's children announced the "Look Who's Talking" star has died at the age of 71 from cancer.

"She was surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength, leaving us with a certainty of her never-ending joy of living and whatever adventures lie ahead," the children wrote in a statement. "As iconic as she was on screen, she was an even more amazing mother and grandmother." While the statement didn't include the type of cancer Alley was battling at the time of her death, the children did write that the diagnosis was "only recently discovered." Adding to that, the children thanked the Moffitt Cancer Center for the care their mother received during her cancer treatments. "Our mother's zest and passion for life ... were unparalleled and leave us inspired to live life to the fullest just as she did."

Following the announcement, fans took to social media to honor the star, despite her controversies. "I didn't always agree with her, but I truly loved her as an actress," one fan tweeted. "She had the most beautiful eyes and a laugh that was so contagious!" Echoing a similar thought, another Twitter user shared, "Can't say our beliefs aligned all that much, but she was responsible for creating laughter, which is precious. RIP."


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