Charlie Puth pays tribute to Matthew Perry in his last concert

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Charlie Puth pays tribute to Matthew Perry in his last concert

Reactions continue to arrive regarding the unexpected death of actor Matthew Perry at the age of 54 this weekend. Recognized for his role in ‘Friends’, he was one of the main faces of American television. And Charlie Puth has decided to pay tribute to him at his last concert.

The singer remembered Matthew Perry during his concert at the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne last Sunday, where he took the opportunity to declare himself a fan of ‘Friends’. Addressing more than seven thousand people, he performed the series’ iconic song ‘I’ll Be There for You’ on piano. The performance continued transitioning into their ballad ‘See You Again’.

This has not been the only tribute that the singer has received since the news of his death. Some fans have gathered in recent hours to pay tribute to Matthew Perry in New York, while social networks are flooding with his best moments in ‘Friends’.

The news of the actor’s death came in the early hours of Saturday to Sunday, when the family confirmed it to some media. The first reports explained that the cause of death had been drowning, although many more details have not yet been known about it.

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