Arnold Schwarzenegger and other stars say goodbye to Roy Horn

Arnold Schwarzenegger and other stars say goodbye to Roy Horn
Arnold Schwarzenegger and other stars say goodbye to Roy Horn

Roy Horn became world famous as part of the magician duo Siegfried & Roy. On May 8, the magician and tamer died at the age of 75 as a result of Covid 19 disease, as his long-term partner Siegfried Fischbacher announced. The two were the figurehead of Las Vegas for many years with their shows. So it's no wonder that numerous stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger were fans of the duo.

"I've always loved watching Siegfried and Roy," Schwarzenegger begins an emotional tweet."No one could match their talent and energy. They literally had the best show in Vegas history." The Hollywood star is deeply affected. "I loved seeing Roy's magic and stunts. Can't believe he's gone."

David Hasselhoff and Heino are stunned

In addition to Arnold Schwarzenegger, fellow actor David Hasselhoff said goodbye to Roy Horn. "I will miss Roy, the real 'Tiger King'," writes the 67-year-old on his Instagram account and posts an old snapshot of Horn, Fischbacher and Hasselhoff hugging with a big grin.

Schlagersinger Heino is also dismayed by the magician's sudden death. He and his wife Hannelore expressed their grief in a statement that is available to "RTL". "Roy's death makes us both very sad. With Roy, we really lost a good friend," explains the 81-year-old. They last saw each other at Heino's 80th birthday in Las Vegas. Three days ago he was still on the phone with Siegfried, who "was full of hope. Our thoughts are with Roy's family and of course especially with Siegfried!".

Lili Paul-Roncalli posts a picture together

This year's "Let's Dance" candidate Lili Paul-Roncalli is also stunned. She posted two photos via Instagram showing her with the late Horn. "Rest in Peace Mr. Roy. Not only were you one of the greatest legends in show business, but you had the kindest heart!" writes Paul-Roncalli.

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