10 Celebrities Whose Final Words Will Echo Forever in the Hearts of Fans and Family

10 Celebrities Whose Final Words Will Echo Forever in the Hearts of Fans and Family

They didn't just have an impact on us while they were alive, but after they passed away too. And their words can make you shiver.

When a loved one passes away, their last words are often the things we often recollect on the days that follow. Sometimes, it's a source of comfort and sometimes it's not. Either way, they often remain in our hearts forever.

The same holds true for celebrities. Whether it is their family or fans, the last words often echo long after they are gone. Here are the famous final words of 10 celebrities that add another layer of depth to their personality.

1. Whitney Houston

"I'm gonna go see Jesus, want to see Jesus."


The music icon passed away on February 11, 2012. But she sensed the end was near and had told her friends these famous words. Two days before she died,  during her last public performance, she even told the crowd how she had "given her heart to Jesus."


2. Robin Williams

Final words: "Goodnight, my love."

The legendary actor's wife recalled the last words her husband uttered before they went to sleep. "When we retired for sleep, in our customary way, my husband said to me, 'Goodnight, my love,' and waited for my familiar reply: 'Goodnight, my love.' His words still echo through my heart today. Monday, August 11, Robin was gone."

The actor had also posted this birthday wish on social media for his daughter. 

#tbt and Happy Birthday to Ms. Zelda Rae Williams! Quarter of a century old today but always my baby girl. Happy Birthday @zeldawilliams Love you!".


3. Heath Ledger

Final words: "Katie, Katie, look...it'll be fine, you know, I just need to get some sleep."



These were the last words spoken by the star who played the infamous Joker while he was on the phone with his sister. He had been anxious about not being able to sleep and had decided to take sleeping pills apart from the prescriptions he had for a chest cold, which his sister revealed she had advised him not to, according to Lifestyle Passion

4. Paul Walker

Final words: "We will be back in five minutes."


True to his spirit, the Fast and Furious actor said something hopeful and promising. He then got into the Porsche that he lost control over, which led to a crash in the Valencia district of Los Angeles. He and his close friend Roger Rodas were supposed to take a Porsche for just a "quick spin" as part of a fundraising event.


5. Alfred Hitchcock

Final words: "One never knows the ending. One has to die to know exactly what happens after death."


As one of the most famous film directors of all times lay dying due to kidney failure, he said these words right before a peaceful death in 1980 at the age of 80. 

6. Frida Kahlo

Final words: "I joyfully await the exit and I hope never to return." 


The 1940's artist and cultural icon passed away at the age of 47 while she was diagnosed with bronchopneumonia. According to The Talko, she knew she didn't have much time. She drew a black angel and then wrote her last words. 


7. Joe DiMaggio

Final words: "I finally get to see Marilyn."


Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe's marriage was a turbulent one but the passion was undeniable. However, when Marilyn divorced him, he was left devastated because he still loved her. As he was dying from lung cancer, he uttered these famous of love and longing. 

8. Charlie Chaplin

Final words: “Why not? After all, it belongs to him.”


When on his deathbed, his priest said, “May the Lord have mercy on your soul” to which Charlie replied with these cheeky, wise words, according to My Daily Viral


9. Amy Winehouse

Final words: "I don't want to die."


Two hours before the talented singer passed away due to alcohol poisoning, she called her doctor hoping to find a solution. Now, these are the final words that break our hearts.

12. Kurt Cobain

Final words: "It's better to burn out than to fade away."


The Nirvana rock musician's final last words were written on a suicide note when he passed away on April 5, 1994. Addressed to Cobain's childhood imaginary friend "Boddah," the note also revealed how Cobain had not "felt the excitement of listening to as well as creating music, along with really writing... for too many years now."