The actress, who starred together with Patrick in romantic film "Ghost", takes it to her Twitter account to comment on his death.
tarring as the love partner of Patrick Swayze in the iconic film "Ghost", Demi Moore has expressed her great loss following the actor's death on Monday, September 14. The actress takes it to her Twitter and writes, "Patrick you are loved by so many and your light will forever shine in all of our lives. And in the words of Sam to Molly. 'It's amazing Molly. The love inside, you take it with you.' I love and will miss you Patrick."
Also mourning Patrick's death is actress Jennifer Grey, who co-starred with him in 1987 film "Dirty Dancing" that catapulted him to stardom. "When I think of him, I think of being in his arms when we were kids, dancing, practicing the lift in the freezing lake, having a blast doing this tiny little movie we thought no one would ever see," so she says.
Jennifer, furthermore, praises Patrick as "real cowboy with a tender heart." She claims, "Patrick was a rare and beautiful combination of raw masculinity and amazing grace. My heart goes out to his wife and childhood sweetheart, Lisa Niemi, to his mom, Patsy, and to the rest of their family."
Some other Hollywood celebs who have mourned Patrick's death include Kirstie Alley, Barbara Walters, Alyssa Milano, Emmy Rossum, and Amanda Bynes. Previously, Travis Fimmel, Whoopi Goldberg, and C. Thomas Howell have spoken out about their grief.
Patrick Swayze passed away on Monday after losing his battle against stage 4 of pancreatic cancer, which he was first diagnosed with earlier last year. His publicist has confirmed the 57-year-old's passing, yet no burial plan has been shared just yet.