Celebrities Step Up To Support Kelly Rizzo After Bob Saget's Death

Since the tragic death of Bob Saget, celebrities have flocked en masse to social media to share tributes to the comic and offer support to his wife, Kelly Rizzo — from Jodie Sweetin, who shared via Instagram that they would "get through this together," to the Olsen twins, who noted in a statement that they were sending their condolences to the "shattered" TV journalist (via CNN and Page Six). Now, star friends of the couple are showing up in person to help Rizzo through this deeply difficult time.

Page Six reports that a virtual who's who of Hollywood has rotated through the Sagets' home, from the "Full House" star's co-stars and friends John Stamos and Candace Cameron Bure, to more unexpected visitors that even huge fans didn't know were friends with the actor. Indeed, so many stars who Saget showed kindness to over the years have shared their experiences with the TV dad, like Pete Davidson, who opened up about how Saget helped him deal with "mental health issues."

Bob Saget was beloved by so many star friends

As Page Six reports, John Mayer was among the celebrities who paid their respects to Rizzo in the days after her husband's passing.

It seems no one has a bad thing to say about Saget following his death and the stars who have so far stopped by the Los Angeles home he shared with Rizzo will likely not be the last. From Jimmy Kimmel, who confirmed his friend was "the sweetest," to Jason Alexander and Drew Carey, the sitcom star clearly made a big impact on the lives of so many Hollywood friends (via People and CBS News).

The Daily Mail reports Saget was so beloved, even his ex-wife, Sherri Kramer, with whom he shared three daughters, stopped by to show support for Rizzo in the days following his death. The outlet further states that Sweetin was seen at the couple's home in a show of support for his wife, and that comedian Jeffrey Ross also stopped by the house.