Tamron Hall entered 2021 on a heartbreaking note after she lost her 13-year-old dog. The television host shared the news with a mournful message on Instagram.
Fans of Emmy Award-winning talk show host, Tamron Hall, are familiar with her adorable dog, May Luv, who was a constant feature on her social media and appeared on her eponymous talk show.
Hall had an incredible relationship with her pet dog and was heartbroken when she said goodbye to her furry companion of 13 years.
Tamron Hall at the New York premier of Netflix's "6 Underground" at The Shed on December 10, 2019 in New York City.| Source: Getty Images
In the emotional Instagram post, Hall shared a close-up photo of the elderly chihuahua with its black and white fur and big curious eyes. She captioned:
"All dogs go to heaven and the diva will rule as she did here, my heart is broken but she is at peace ?."
In the caption, she also thanked the Comforted Companions, a veterinary care facility, and the doctor who helped the family through the difficult time.
Hall also celebrated May Luv with a sweet tribute shared on Instagram. The photo showed the tv host and her pup during happy times as they were pictured playing.
In the caption, Hall said that May Luv was always there when she was needed the most. A sentiment she echoed in a video of the adorable pup shared on the same day.
Hall's fans rallied in her comments section to give her support and comfort as she mourned her loyal companion, who had been by her side for over a decade.
Fellow television host Don Lemon also took to her comments section and wrote, "I’m so sorry Tam. She was and is your heart. Those fur babies keep us grounded and sane. Sending love."
Before being hit with the saddening loss of her pup, Hall's year had ended off well, as her eponymous talk show received high ratings, according to Broadway World.
The "Tamron Hall" show, now in its second season, has made waves with its diverse topics of conversation with guests like Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and former politician Andrew Gillum.
Hall managed to give viewers palatable content even during the coronavirus pandemic, which forced the entertainment industry to adjust to the new normal.
After a brief halt in production in March, Hall came back on air in April, filming from home and highlighting those working on the frontline as well as those in need of their services.