Silverstone hopes Murphy is 'at peace'

Alicia Silverstone hopes Brittany Murphy is “at peace” following her tragic death yesterday.

Alicia starred in 1995 movie ‘Clueless’ with Brittany – who died of a cardiac arrest at her Los Angeles home aged just 32 - and says while they “didn’t stay in close touch over the years” she’ll always feel love for her.

She said: “I always felt connected to her as we shared a very special experience in our lives together. I feel love in my heart for her – and hope she is at peace. This is truly sad.

“I loved working with Brittany. She was so talented, so warm and so sweet.”

Another one of Brittany’s co-stars, Mena Suvari, paid tribute to her after getting to know her when they worked on 2002 film ‘Spun’.

She tweeted: “I’m just sooo devastated now. Found out Brittany Murphy died earlier this morning + I’m shocked. We worked together + I knew her for yrs.

“And ALL my love to her family and friends. May God be with you in this difficult time. (sic)”

Lindsay Lohan also posted a message after the sad news broke.

She wrote: “My deepest condonlences (sic) go out to all of Brittany Murphy’s loved ones, may she rest in peace… She was a great talent w/a (sic) beautiful soul xo.”

Although she never worked with Brittany, Jessica Simpson spoke of her sadness at the untimely death.

She tweeted: “Brittany Murphy was an incredible ray of light to so many people. Her smile was contagious. My prayers are with her family and loved ones.”

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