Duane 'Dog' Chapman Shares Funny Video of Late Wife Beth Singing and Dancing along to Bruno Mars' 'Perm'
In honour of his late wife, "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Duane Chapman posted a funny video of Beth singing and dacing to Bruno Mars' song, "Perm."
About two days ago, the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Duane "Dog" Chapman, took to his Instagram page to post a video in memory of his late wife.
In the video, Beth Chapman was holding a microphone, singing in karaoke, and dancing to "Perm" by Bruno Mars. She seemed to be having so much fun as she sang and was cheered on by her family.
It has only been a couple of days, and the video has garnered over 176,000 views. It also attracted tons of likes from over 39,000 fans and followers.
About 1,700 others took to the comment section to drop positive comments. While many consoled Duane for his loss, some commented on Beth's fantastic personality and spirit, expressing how much they would miss her.
A fan said:
"Omg, I love it!! Miss her spirit and smile! Heaven gained such an angel!
Since the death of his wife, Duane's fans have been nothing but supportive. Once again, in remembrance of his wife, Duane posted an old picture featuring him, Beth, and three of their kids standing in front of a fiery background.
As usual, the photo attracted lots of likes and comments from fans and followers. They expressed their love for the picture and reaffirmed their support for Duane, especially during the holiday season.
Duane felt like he should have been the one to die first.
It's been six months now since her death, and it hasn't been an easy time for her family. It's especially hard now because they are going to spend their first-ever Christmas without Beth.
Although she wouldn't be there physically, her family intends to keep her memory alive as they celebrate this year's Christmas. They are trying to recreate everything in the exact way she loved to when she was with them.
"Beth was old style, old-fashioned. So, you know, that means the tree and the presents. All the stockings hung up… so I'm trying to keep that exact tradition."
Duane also opened up to Entertainment Tonight that shortly after her death, he did not care whether he lived or died and even got angry every time he woke up in the morning. Duane felt like he should have been the one to die first.
Now, however, as time has passed, he has found the motivation to live and live healthily. He is also looking forward to the new year so that he can get the year 2019 behind him for good.
The 66-year-old bounty hunter lost his wife Beth in June this year after a long battle with throat cancer. Duane was married to Beth for about 14 years, and they have four children together.
Beth was first diagnosed with stage 2 throat cancer in 2017. It was temporarily removed but returned in 2018, causing her to undergo an emergency operation. She was then placed in a medically induced coma until she passed away at the age of 51.