Choreographer Max Chmerkovskiy honored the memory of actress Kiersey Alley, who
at the age of 72 from cancer.
The death of the star of the film "Two: Me and My Shadow" greatly upset the choreographer, because they were well acquainted after participating together in the American version of the "Dancing with the Stars" project in 2011 and 2012.
Chmerkovskiy wrote an open letter to Ally on his Instagram.
"We haven't spoken lately and I'll tell you everything when I finally see you, but for now I just want to say that I love you so much and I wish you a peaceful rest. You were one of the most unique people I've ever met and one of the from the brightest moments of my personal and professional life," wrote the choreographer.
Max recalled that at times he and Kirsey had a difficult relationship, but for the rest of his life he will remember her as a bright person.
Max Chmerkovskiy and Kirsty Alley
"As I'm typing this, memories of our time together are running through my mind, I remember how completely wild you were and I start to cry. Something you wouldn't want at all. And now I can't help but smile because I remember, what exactly did you want me to say at your funeral. I don't think I can do it here... I thought you'd always be there. I wish we could talk more often. Thank you for everything. I love you, Kirsty Alley,” added Max.
It should be noted that Max and Kirsty almost stopped communicating at the beginning of the war in Ukraine.
Then the actress said that she will not comment and interfere in the events, because she does not know whose side the truth is on.
In turn, the choreographer tried to convey to his girlfriend who the enemy in this war really is.
It has already become known that the actress passed away due to a battle with colon cancer.
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