‘So sad!’ writes NCIS’ Pauley Perrette in a touching tribute to a late friend and fashion designer.
Pauley Perrette, who played Abby Sciuto on NCIS, has taken to social media to pay tribute to a close friend who recently died.
NCIS’ Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) has been off-screen since 2018, but that hasn’t stopped fans from keeping up with her.
Perrette has been keeping her fans up to date on current events via her Twitter page since leaving the series and making a brief return to the US network in the sitcom Broke.
However, the actress received some sad news this week, as she took to social media to pay tribute to a close friend.
Terri King, a fashion designer, died this week, and Perrette paid tribute to her 707.4k followers with a heartfelt post.
Perrette shared several photos of herself wearing King’s creations, as well as a smiley photo with the designer herself.
“So sad to hear of our beloved @TheTerriKing’s passing,” the former NCIS star began.
“Designer to the Rock Stars (and myself),” she continued.
“Her stunning, bright light is unrivaled.
She came to spread goodwill and kindness.
“She made my Grammy and People’s Choice Awards gowns.”
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A photo of Perrette and King from their time working together on the NOH8 Campaign in the early 2000s was among the photos.
It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of our beloved @TheTerriKing.
Rock Stars’ (and my) personal designer.
Her lovely, bright light is unrivaled.
She had come to spread goodness and kindness.
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The duo teamed up with a number of other celebrities to support the equality charity.
“The NOH8 Campaign is a charitable organization whose mission is to promote marriage, gender, and human equality through education, advocacy, social media, and visual protest,” according to the organization’s mission statement.
All of these are issues that Perrette is passionate about, and she has spent a significant portion of her career advocating for equal rights.
Following her heartfelt tribute, many of Perrette’s fans expressed their condolences.
“I met you at her party on,” tweeted Twitter user @EvilERUReady, recalling their own relationship with King.
“Brinkwire News Summary.”
So sad to hear of the passing of our beloved @TheTerriKing
Designer to the Rock Stars (and me). Her beautiful, bright light is unmatched. She was here to spread kindness and good. These are my Grammy and Peoples Choice Awards dresses she made:#TerriKing #Angel pic.twitter.com/kg3ZXCIMhl
— Pauley Perrette (@PauleyP) January 7, 2022