An artistic delivery driver has come up with his own unique tribute to late TV star Sir Bruce Forsyth – in the dirt on the back of his van. When Ricky Minns, 42, heard about the celebrity’s death at the age of 89, he expressed his sentiments on his work van, producing an image of Brucie’s famous face with the tribute: “Nice to have seen you, to have seen you nice!!! RIP Brucie”. Ricky, who works for a flower company, said: “I think it’s just really tragic news about Bruce. He’s that one TV presenter that everyone grew up with and is still there, he’s the last of the last of those. ...
The iconic British personality Sir Bruce Forsyth has died. Bruce’s extraordinary career began when he was just 14, way back in the early 1940s, where he developed a taste for show business. Famously, Sir Bruce hosted shows such as The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right, and The Price is Right, before a recent and lengthy stint as one of the hosts of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
It has been reported that Sir Bruce Forsyth is ‘frail’ and he may never perform again. The TV legend turned 89 years old in February and hasn’t been seen in public for the past 19 months, and his close friend Jimmy Tarbuck admitted he is in a ‘very serious’ state after an aneurysm, amid fears he might not take to a stage ever again. Despite the former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ co-host’s ailments, he is said to be in “good form”.
Sir Bruce Forsyth is on his way home after spending nearly a week in intensive care following an infection. The 89-year-old thanked the staff of St Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey for their help, as well as thanking fans for their good wishes.