“Rest in Peace”: From Jennifer Aninston to Olivia Munn, Hollywood Pays Tribute to Fitness Icon Who Lost Battle to Cancer at Age 76

The bodybuilding and fitness world received heartbreaking news. The beloved fitness icon and star of ‘Three’s Company’ and ‘Step by Step’, Suzanne Somers, passed away a day before her 77th birthday. She used to work in TV shows and later went on to become an advocate for a healthy lifestyle. The loss of such an influential figure touched hearts globally, leaving a vacuum that’s hard to fill.

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She also showed the love she gave to everyone and the love she received from multitudes. She didn’t just leave a legacy through her fitness regimens and insightful books but also through her heart-touching statements. As messages poured in, an emotional post on her Instagram captured the essence of her life’s philosophy.

Suzanne Somers: A life well lived for fitness


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Somers’ official Instagram post stated, “It’s not who you are., It’s not what you have, It’s not what you do, It’s only about who you love and who loves you… and I love you”. Despite facing an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years, Suzanne’s spirit remained undeterred. Her resilience was a testament to her strength, and her journey inspired countless individuals worldwide. Somers cherished her family members. Her loving husband, Alan, son Bruce, and other close relatives surrounded her at the time of her passing.

They had congregated to celebrate her 77th birthday but found themselves instead memorializing her exceptional life. The caption on the post underlined their gratitude, acknowledging the love and support Suzanne received from her fans throughout her journey.

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Her battle with cancer was intense. But Suzanne used her platform and experiences to inspire, motivate, and guide those who needed it the most. Her books, fitness routines, and candid discussions about her health became a beacon of hope for many facing similar battles. From her struggles to the broader public impact, the response from the entertainment community was swift and heartfelt.


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Hollywood and fans remember

Hollywood and its glitterati did not hold back in expressing their grief and sharing their memories. Jennifer Aniston penned a simple yet powerful “Rest in peace”, while Olivia Munn’s words, “Rest in love,” conveyed the depth of affection she held for Suzanne. Katharine McPhee Foster reminisced, saying she “Loved you so much,” and Marla Maples eloquently remarked on Suzanne’s everlasting spirit, calling her “a sweet, sweet soul… Forever loving… forever shining.”


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Ashley Roberts also joined in, emphasizing the lasting impact Suzanne had, stating, “Sending my heartfelt condolences. Suzanne is such an inspiration and helped so many people with her books”. The reactions mirrored the sentiments of Hollywood’s elites. Across social media platforms, tributes, memories, and messages of condolences flooded in, giving a clear testament to the indelible mark Suzanne Somers left on hearts and minds worldwide. The world may have lost a fitness icon, but her legacy of love, perseverance, and inspiration will undoubtedly live on.

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