Amy Jo Johnson is paying Heartfelt tribute to her former co-star and dear friend, the late Jason David Frank.
The actor, who was known for being the first Pink Power Ranger, went live on Instagram on November 21 to talk about how sad she was about Frank’s death.
Frank died at the age of 49. He was the first Green Power Ranger in “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” His manager, Justine Hunt, told everyone on Sunday, November 20, that he had died.
“Just a little bit of time to think about our friend with you all. JDF…” Johnson wrote a caption for her almost 18-minute Instagram video.
“I don’t know; I just wanted to stop by and say hello.” She said through tears, “I’ve been thinking a lot about Jason, and I hope you guys are all right.” “I know how important you were to him. Today is just so sad. It’s a real bummer. I know how sad you all are. “It stinks a lot, right?”
She also said that she wanted to give people a place to grieve and “take a moment of silence.”
“He loved all of you so much, as you all know,” she said. “I’m thinking about you all and sending love your way.”
“And I hope that anyone out there who is feeling depressed, sad, lost, or like there’s no other way knows that there is, and please ask for help,” she said before performing a medley of Frank’s songs.
She said, “Jason has always liked my singing a lot.” At the end of her video, she said again that she was going to miss him “so stinking much,” as well as his voice messages, sense of humour, and positive attitude.
She said, “He was such a force and a bright, bright, crazy, wild, funny light.” I just can’t even believe it.”
The section for comments was full of messages of support, like one from journalist Lorena De La Rosa, who wrote “forever green and pink” with a broken heart emoji.
She posted a message about Jason’s death on social media the day before she shared the musical tribute. Amy said that Jason was “beautiful and truly unique,” and she added a throwback selfie of the two of them together in front of fans to her post.
“My life just won’t be the same without your frenetic, hilarious, caring, driven and creative ball of energy,” Amy captioned her post. “I will always love you, dear friend. Please Rest now In Peace…”