The Hollywood star Doris Day was died at the age of 97. She was best known for appearing in hit musicals and romantic comedies in the 1950s and 1960s, including Calamity Jane and Pillow Talk, and also had a successful singing career that spanned 29 albums.
The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed this news in may 2019, that the actor, singer and activist died earlier this morning at her Carmel Valley, California, home.
She had given great performances in her career. In her last time, she was surrounded by family and friends. Today, we will give her tribute by remembering her applauds.
The song “Que Sera Sera”, first performed by Day in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much, won the 1956 Oscar for Best Original Song and later became the theme to Day’s sitcom The Doris Day Show.
Doris was later nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 1960 Academy Awards for her performance in Pillow Talkalongside Rock Hudson, who she later collaborated with on Lover Come Backand Send Me No Flowers.
On her demise, the internet flowed with the condolences.
Stella McCartney shared a tweet “The one, the only, the woman who inspired so much of what I do… Doris Day I love you, my calamity Jane. An iconic woman who I was hugely honoured to meet and share precious moments with. Rest in peace x “
George Takei shared a heartfelt message for her ”
For those of us in my generation, Doris Day was synonymous with Hollywood icon. She would no doubt remind us, upon this day of her passing, “Que sera sera,” but we will miss her dearly anyway. Rest now in our hearts forever, Ms. Day.”