Earlier today, Connie Johnson passed away at the age of 40 after a prolonged battle with breast and liver cancer.
And Australian celebrities have taken to social media with an outpouring of emotional tributes to the late sister of Samuel Johnson.
Rebecca Gibney led the slew of famous faces to share their feelings online following the tragic news.
Tributes: Rebecca Gibney and Melissa Doyle had lead the slew of celebrities sharing tributes to Connie Johnson after she lost her battle with cancer on Friday
‘Rest in Peace Connie,’ she wrote.
‘And thank you for sharing your journey with us all.’
Reposting Connie’s brother Samuel Johnson’s post as well, the Wanted star shared a topless monochrome image of the fighter staring down at the camera.
True inspiration: ‘thank you for sharing your journey with us all’
Channel Seven personality Melissa Doyle also sent her well-wishes to the family.
‘Rest in peace, brave beautiful soul #ConnieJohnson,’ she said.
‘The world is better for having had you in it.’
Sending her love: Channel Seven personality Melissa Doyle also sent her well-wishes to the family
Support: ‘Our hearts go out to you @samueljjohnson78 the fight doesn’t stop here’
And the support didn’t stop there with radio duo Jonesy and Amanda also opening their hearts.
‘Our hearts go out to you @samueljjohnson78 the fight doesn’t stop here,’ they wrote.
‘Much love to you and the family at this time #loveyoursister.’
She’s in peace: ‘We lost Connie today. Or, as she asked me to say, she died of cancer today. It was so beautiful’
ABC TV Journalist Leigh Sales also took to social media to send her regards.
Taking to twitter, the 7:30pm news anchor called Connie ‘a fighter.’
‘Connie Johnson: what a fighter,’ she tweeted out.
Leigh Sales: ‘Connie Johnson: what a fighter’
Radio station KIIS 1065 also sent their condolences to the family.
On Friday evening, Sam took to their Love Your Sister Facebook page to reveal the sad news.
‘We lost Connie today. Or, as she asked me to say, she died of cancer today. It was so beautiful,’ he wrote.
Continuing on, the 39-year-old said they had spent the day singing, reading messages of love and that she went ‘so richly, and with such grace.’
The news comes after Connie was awarded an Order Of Australia medal for her services to the community and humanity just yesterday.