Dumagsa ang pakikiramay, testimonya, pagmamahal ng mga taga-showbiz kay Cherie Gil.
Tulad ni Sharon Cuneta, malalim din ang pinagsamahan nina Dina Bonnevie, Cherie.
Kuwento ni Dina, natutulog pa sa bahay nya si Cherie noong ginagawa nila ang “Sana’y Wala Nang Wakas”.
“You were more than a friend to me, you were my sister, my first mentor in singing, you helped me believe in myself, my dreams, my goals. You were critic and my fan, never afraid to tell me that truth if you felt I could do better and never stingy for words praise if I did well.”
Siya raw ang nag-alaga sa anak ni Cherie na si Jamie noong magkapitbahay sila. Si Cherie rin daw ang nag-alaga kay Dina noong durog na durog siya sa pag-ibig.
Ramdam ng mga netizen ang hapdi sa puso ni Dina.
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Inalala rin ni Zsa Zsa Padilla ang friendship nila ni Cherie.
Kuwento ni Zsa Zsa, si Cherie ang gumawa ng paraan na magkausap sila, lalo na noong buntis siya kay Zia at nasa Las Vegas siya, at ang huli naman ay nasa New York.
“The last time I saw you was at Antonio’s in Tagaytay. We were happily waving at each other since I was seated at the lower level. You even texted me after. I’ll never forget how beautiful and vibrant you were when we celebrated your golden birthday! You danced the tango and I remember thinking-this woman can do anything she puts her heart into!…” sabi ni Zsa Zsa.
Ang sampal naman ni Cherie ang binalikan ni Lovi Poe.
“I have had the honor of working with Ms. Cherie in Legacy, where I got to play her daughter. (Suspense alert: We all know it’s in every actors bucket list to work with her—and be slapped by THE Cherie Gil).
“In one scene, she had to slap me, and I remember saying “thank you for not slapping me hard.” To which she responded in her signature sultry voice, “‘Cause I like you darling.”
“Thank you for the fond memories, @macherieamour. You’re definitely an icon who embodies grace, talent and class. You will be missed.” (Rey Pumaloy, Dondon Sermino)