By InTouch Weekly
When it comes to the passing of our favorite celebs, the news often hits other stars harder than anyone else. In honor of their late friends, colleagues, and mentors, the following celebs have done some incredibly touching things to show just how much they will be missed.
In a touching video tribute to the late 'Vine' star, Ryan McHenry, who lost his life to cancer in May 2015, actor Ryan finally ate his cereal. Ryan McHenry originally created the "Ryan Gosling won't eat his cereal" meme on the popular video platform (Google it — it's hilarious!), so how fitting is it for the REAL Ryan to finally eat his?
In memory of his 'Fast and Furious' friend and costar, Paul Walker, Vin Diesel named his newborn daughter Pauline (his third child with wife Paloma Jiménez), and took to social media to share this precious photo of father and daughter.
Kelly took to Instagram to share her latest tattoo — a bumblebee, which she got to honor her late friend, Joan Rivers. Kelly also included a beautiful caption to accompany the new ink: "'If you looked at aerodynamics, at science, the bumble bee should not be able to fly. Physically, it was just not anatomically equipped to soar. Yet it did, defying gravity, defying logic. The bee was a creature that defied and beat the odds, a miracle.' Thank you for being my Miracle @joanrivers."
All of Hollywood was shaken by Robin Williams' passing in 2014 — especially Jimmy Fallon. Devoting the first part of his talk show to pay tribute to the late comedian, Jimmy concluded his segment by standing up on his desk and proclaiming: "'O Captain! My Captain! You will be missed!'" — mirroring the events that took place in Robin's film, 'Dead Poets Society.'
We can only imagine what Lea went through after news broke of Cory Monteith's accidental death, considering the two were dating outside of 'Glee'! After the actor's passing, Lea tattooed the last words Cory ever said to her on her rib cage: "If you say so," which is also the title of the song off of her 'Louder' album dedicated to him.