Late Friends actor Matthew Perry was remembered at this year’s Emmys through the launch of a heartbreaking and emotional tribute that had many shattered.
The news left people at a complete loss for words as they recalled the great time spent with the leading star of the Hollywood industry.
The emotional Memorium included the Friends theme tune and that again brought back so many heartbreaking sentiments about the star’s sudden and shocking death that many couldn’t properly express into words.
The leading Television Academy honored the late star as singer Charlie Puth played the song, ‘I’ll be there for you’ and the audience just couldn’t stop crying.
One known fan of the actor posted online how the iconic tune was similarly played by him during an Australian concert and even then the response was overwhelming as people became overcome with grief and sad emotions.
The Friends actor died in October last year after being found unconscious by his assistant inside his jacuzzi tub. Later, the autopsy results revealed excessive levels of ketamine that he was taking to overcome his abuse battles from the past.
Meanwhile, the LA County Coroner did reveal how the Whole Nine Yards actors’ death was surprising, and seeing this much ketamine was surprising as it was rare for normal human beings to have this much, unless they are undergoing surgery.
The star was said to be clean from drugs for the past 19 months and was therefore taking ketamine infusion therapy during the time of his passing as presented by the autopsy. Meanwhile, his final therapy took place one and a half weeks back before his tragic passing.
The actor had been very open about his addictions and battle and even wrote a book to help others going through a similar dilemma get over the matter.
But his good friend and colleague Jennifer Aniston did insist that he was healthy and therefore did not understand how he could die so soon.