Tributes flood in for Brittany Murphy
Alicia Silverstone has spoken out about her 'Clueless' co-star Brittany Murphy's tragic death yesterday (20.12.09) and hopes she is now at peace.
Alicia Silverstone hopes Brittany Murphy is "at peace" following her tragic death yesterday (20.12.09).
Alicia starred in 1995 movie 'Clueless' with Brittany - who died of a cardiac arrest at her Los Angeles home aged just 32 - and says while they "didn't stay in close touch over the years" she'll always feel love for her.
She said: "I always felt connected to her as we shared a very special experience in our lives together. I feel love in my heart for her - and hope she is at peace. This is truly sad.
"I loved working with Brittany. She was so talented, so warm and so sweet."
Another one of Brittany's co-stars, Mena Suvari, paid tribute to her after getting to know her when they worked on 2002 film 'Spun'.
She tweeted: "I'm just sooo devastated now. Found out Brittany Murphy died earlier this morning + I'm shocked. We worked together + I knew her for yrs.
"And ALL my love to her family and friends. May God be with you in this difficult time. (sic)"
Lindsay Lohan also posted a message after the sad news broke.
She wrote: "My deepest condonlences (sic) go out to all of Brittany Murphy's loved ones, may she rest in peace... She was a great talent w/a (sic) beautiful soul xo."
Although she never worked with Brittany, Jessica Simpson spoke of her sadness at the untimely death.
She tweeted: "Brittany Murphy was an incredible ray of light to so many people. Her smile was contagious. My prayers are with her family and loved ones."