Hollywood is mourning the loss of beloved actress Suzanne Somers.
The “Three’s Company” star died Sunday following her years-long battle with cancer. She was 76.
After Page Six broke the news, Megyn Kelly took to Twitter to express her heartbreak.
“Oh no! So sad to see this. She loved to make people laugh. I met her once and she just beamed kindness and beauty and love. R.I.P. Suzanne Somers,” the journalist wrote.
The official “Watch What Happens Live” Twitter account also paid tribute to the actress, writing, “Rest in peace, Suzanne Somers.
“From her days on the iconic sitcom Three’s Company to her joyous moments in the #WWHL Clubhouse, she always brightened our lives. She will be deeply missed.”
Goldie Hawn also reacted to the tragic loss, commenting on Instagram that her passing is “sad so sad.”
Former Bravolebrity Bethenny Frankel also expressed their dismay, writing, “OH NO.”
Olivia Munn echoed the sentiment with a broken heart emoji.
Khloé Kardashian also shared via her Instagram Story, “This one hurts my heart. I love you @suzannesomers. I’ll never forget your positive loving outlook on life. Your sweet heart and gentle spirit! Rest, dance, smile in paradise…”
The late actress’ longtime publicist, R. Couri Hay, told Page Six that Somers passed away early Sunday morning — one day before her 77th birthday.
“Suzanne Somers passed away peacefully at home in the early morning hours of October 15th. She survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years,” he said.
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“Suzanne was surrounded by her loving husband Alan, her son Bruce, and her immediate family.”
A friend of the actress’ also told Page Six that “she died in her new ‘all green home’ in Palm Springs, in her sleep with her loving husband by her side.”
Hay added that family members had originally planned to gather on Monday to celebrate her birthday.
“Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, and want to thank her millions of fans and followers who loved her dearly,” he said.
“A private family burial will take place this week, with a memorial to follow next month.”
Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 50s after previously battling skin cancer in her 30s and hyperplasia in her 20s.
“I have been living with cancer since my 20s. And every time that little f—ker pops up, I continue to bat it back,” she told “Entertainment Tonight” in July. “I do my best not to let this insidious disease control me.”