She writes, among other things, “My dear sweet mother went to a better place yesterday,” and adds that her mother slept peacefully.
“Bota in my life gave a new angel to heaven. Thank you so much for being my mom,” Dihli Cliff wrote.
A “Shall We Dance” judge told Dagbladet that his mother had been ill for a while.
My mother turned 85 and lived a good and fulfilling life. She was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease that turned into dementia. In that sense, we lost our mother for a while, she tells Dagbladet on Monday night.
Obviously, Daily Cliff fell after the pass.
– The family, of course, was affected by the situation but realized they were in a better place now, she told Dagbladet.
In the comments field on Instagram, there are many reassuring words.
Fellow Merete Lingjærde (60) was among those who commented on Shall We Dance.
“Dear condolences,” the 60-year-old writes.
Train Daily Cliff has been a judge on “Skal vi danse” since the program began in 2006, and is the only judge to have participated in all 17 seasons.
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