Actor John Travolta underscored his close relationship with Kirstie Alley in a touching tribute to the late actress after it was announced Monday that she had died of cancer.
Travolta, who has starred in a slew of films alongside the stunning actress, posted two photos of Alley to Instagram on Monday with a brief but heartfelt message.
“Kirstie was one of the most extraordinary relationships I’ve ever had,” he wrote. “I love you Kirstie. I know we will meet again.”
Alley, the two-time Emmy winner on acclaimed sitcom Cheers, turned 71. Her death was announced by her two children.
“We are saddened to announce that our incredible, wild and loving mother passed away from a battle with cancer that was only recently discovered.” part of the specified contribution.
Travolta and Alley starred in the 1989 romantic comedy Look Who’s Talking and then in two subsequent sequels, which premiered in 1990 and 1993, respectively.
A video clip, which he also shared on Instagram, showed the couple dancing in “The Dance of Love Scene” in the third film in the Look Who’s Talking Now series.
Alley said on the show The Talk in 2020 that she wants to star in another Look Who’s Talking sequel with Travolta, according to People.
“John and I both really want to do it because we think it’s funny that we’re the grandparents,” Alley reportedly said.
According to a US Weekly report, Alley admitted she would have loved to elope with Travolta while speaking to psychic Sally Morgan on Celebrity Big Brother UK in 2018.
“I almost ran off and married John,” she said, according to the outlet. “I loved him. i still love him If I hadn’t [have] had been married, I would have gone and married him.”
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