We hope she passed away comfortably.
Veteran actress and singer Polly Bergen died this past Saturday at her home in Southbury, Connecticut at the age of 84.
She was reportedly surrounded by her close friends and family and she is believed to have died of natural causes.
The acclaimed actress enjoyed a length tenure as a professional in the television, film, and theater industry. She could recently been seen on the small screen on Desperate Housewives and on The Sopranos.
The former role earned her a Emmy nomination - an award which she previously had won in 1958!
One star who was extremely saddened by the loss of Polly was Chris Colfer who worked with the actress back in 2012 for his film Struck By Lightning.
Here's what the Glee star wrote
Vanessa Hudgens is finally coming to Broadway!
The High School Musical star has been singing and acting for years, but she's finally found a project that's perfect for her- Gigi!
The story of a young French girl preparing to become a courtesan has been a novel, an Audrey Hepburn play, and of course, a movie musical, and now it's coming to the stage once again!
So why now, why this play? Vanessa has wanted to take this one on for quite a while! She said:
We were horribly disappointed to learn that Broadway would not be dimming the lights for Joan Rivers. And fortunately we weren't alone.
Thanks to an outcry on social media, the Broadway League rethought its decision to honor the Tony nominee.
Executive director Charlotte St. Martin explained what reversed their ruling. She wrote:
Some Joan Rivers fans may be wondering just when Broadway is planning on making their announcement to dim the lights in honor of the fallen legend.
After all, the Great White Way was a huge part of Joan's career for three decades. She starred in Fun City in the 70's and Broadway Bound in the 80's.
And in 1994, she wrote and starred in Sally Marr… and Her Escorts (see the pics ABOVE), for which she was nominated for a Tony AND a Drama Desk Award.
But the Broadway League has decided NOT to bestow the honor of the dimmed lights on Joan. How is this possible?? Executive director Charlotte St. Martin explains: