Michael Weatherly breaks the silence over Pauley Perrette's exit from 'NCIS'

Ksenia Novikova
May 13, 2018
06:11 A.M.
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One of the original cast members of the famous CBS series is all set to exit the show. Her co-stars chip in emotional farewell messages.


After playing a major role in the famous crime drama series NCIS for fifteen seasons, actress Pauley Perrette said her final goodbye with the airing of her last episode on Tuesday, May 8, as per a report from ET Online.

While this was an emotional moment for her co-stars and fans alike, several past actors from the series also chipped in their emotional farewell messages.

Michael Weatherly, the popular actor who left NCIS back in 2016, took to Instagram to address Perrette's departure and to share his goodbye message


Weatherly, who played the fan-favorite role of Tony DiNozzo, posted a video of himself and told that he would be watching Perrette's final episode with 'a box of Kleenex.'

He further captioned his video by writing: "I will be watching #abby tonight on #ncis and telling my kids,'...it’s ok. It’s ok.' Big kiss!"

While Weatherly sent the emotional message to his former co-star via social media, his character, DiNozzo, called in during the episode and wished Abby, Perrette's character, well through McGee, which is played by Sean Murray.

Responding to Weatherly's message on Instagram, Perrette took to Twitter and expressed her affection for the actor. 'I love you @M_Weatherly But you know that, and so does everyone else. My Brother,' she wrote.


Another co-star, Wilmer Valderrama also posted a tweet with a goodbye message for Perrette saying that she was a 'light' and she made him feel like family.


The actor wrote about how Perrette was an important part of his life on the set of NCIS 'from the first day and every day for the last two years...'

In an interview with ET Online, the actress also opened up about the emotional moment when she broke the news to her cast and crew about leaving the show. She explained that she had tried to tell it without crying as much as possible.