With Anthony Bourdain’s sudden death, many celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and Megyn Kelly offered their kind words about the world-renowned chef on social media.
Bourdain passed away after allegedly ending his own life on June 8, 2018. He was 61 years old.
Bourdain was the host of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. The show has been the recipient of many awards and has touched many lives for as long as it has been on-air.
Minutes before his death made the headlines, many stars took to Twitter and Instagram to mourn on losing such an inspirational legend in the industry.
Chrissy Teigen wrote on Twitter, ‘Anthony. One of my idols. Unapologetic, passionate and one of the best storytellers on the planet. Thank you for making food so exciting. And always standing up for everything right. Horrible. Why why why. Be at peace now.’
Gordon Ramsay and Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski both tweeted that they were shocked upon learning about Bourdain’s death and that they were both saddened by the news.
Jamie Oliver shared a heartfelt message on Instagram talking about the beloved chef. He wrote that Bourdain changed the way of culinary conversation. Oliver praised the late chef for being a ‘brilliant’ writer and that Bourdain just can’t be replaced.
As for the actress Stephanie March, she wrote that Bourdain was ‘a deeply decent and talented person is no longer with us.’ She continued, ‘Such a sad, sad day. We all have #partsunknown.’
Josh Gad went on to share a sentimental photo of himself and Bourdain on Instagram. He also shared the National Suicide Prevention Hotline on his post for those who might need help and told them that they are not alone.
Even Megyn Kelly shared her sentiments via Twitter. She said that Bourdain’s death was a sad news and sent her condolences to his family, including his CNN family.
Kelly, along with Olivia Munn, also tweeted comforting words for Bourdain’s girlfriend, Asia Argento.
Many other stars shared their thoughts, memories, and kind words about Bourdain. On the day of his passing, it seemed like the entire industry felt the tragic loss and all mourned together.
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