LESLIE Jordan shared a heartbreaking final act on social media before he was reportedly killed in a devastating car crash on Monday.
The cheerful Will & Grace actor posted a video on Instagram in which he tragically announced that he had bought his first property.
“It’s never too late to be happy, everyone. I really did it,” he captioned the video.
The post features the American Horror Story actor and popular social media personality spinning around the empty apartment while beaming as he explains the important milestone.
“I’m 67 years old and just bought my first condo,” he said in the August Post.
Fans attended the video following his tragic death after fatally crashing his car.
It was reported that he was in the driver’s seat of his BMW, which was driving through Hollywood, when he appeared to be suffering from a medical attack and crashed into the side of a building.
“Up in the sky keep dancing in the sky,” one commented on the heartbreaking post.
Another person wrote: “Wow enjoy this deluxe apartment in the sky you are so loved and missed forever.”
“You are an inspiration and you brought pure joy to your fans. I’ve never missed an episode of ‘Call Me Kat,'” said another.
This comes as a TV show starring Jordan was interrupted following his tragic death.
He co-starred with Mayim Bialik, who also owns Jeopardy! hosted, on the TV sitcom Call Me Kat.
Leslie was a series regular on Mayim’s Fox sitcom Call me Kat.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show has paused production.
They “had directed nine episodes, five of which have aired to date, and [he] should appear in all episodes of the current season,” the outlet wrote.
In a statement from the network to THR, Fox Entertainment said they were “shocked and devastated” by the tragic death of the actor and comedian.
The statement continued, “Leslie was far more than an Emmy Award-winning comedy talent that we shared a laugh with all these years.
“He was the kindest person imaginable who just lit up a room and brought pure joy and big smiles to millions of people around the world.
“Leslie, the truest of Southern gentlemen, carried an infectious exuberance, an indelible sense of humor and consistently gifted us with untold fond memories that will last forever.
“As we mourn this sad news, we also want to extend our deepest condolences to Leslie’s family, friends and fans who are so dear to him.”
During an interview with The Guardian last spring, Leslie Jordan opened up about the early days of his career and the struggles he faced as a gay man in Hollywood.
The American Horror Story star admitted alcohol gave him the confidence and self-acceptance he needed to navigate the entertainment industry in his 30s.
He said: “I felt like being gay was a lot easier when I was loaded.
Jordan continued, “My problem was that I was a bar drinker. I started getting DUIs. My goodness. And that in a year  I have three in a row. They sentenced me to 120 days.”
The Will & Grace actor revealed that landing in the ‘Pokey’ motivated him to get sober at the age of 42.
“This is what I tell people: If you want to get sober, try 27 days in the LA Men’s County Jail. This will sober you up.”
While arrested on one of Jordan’s three counts of driving under the influence, he crossed paths with Robert Downey Jr., 57.
Downey Jr. is known to have struggled with drug problems himself in the late ’90s and early ’00s.
“[The guards] came to me and said: ‘We don’t have a place for him, he’s waiting downstairs, but we can’t let you out until 2am.’ It’s a rule in California that you can’t let a drunk out until the bars close.”
The two were cellmates for a short time until Jordan could be released.
The actors later reunited while filming an episode of Ally McBeal. Explaining that Downey Jr. had trouble placing him, Jordan revealed, “He said, ‘Don’t we? Are you?’ and I said, ‘Yep, 152, pod A, cell 13, you were great [bunk]I was down.’”
Just a day before his sudden death, Leslie Jordan shared that he was working on a special anthem about life after death.
Leslie sat next to singer-songwriter Danny Myrick and sang the beautiful and now spooky lyrics:
“When the trumpets of the Lord sound and time is no more /
“And the morning breaks forever bright and beautiful /
“When the rescued deceased gather on the other shore /
“If the road calls over there, I’ll be there.”
He captioned the video: “Sunday Mornin’ Hymn Singin’ with @dannymyrick.”
“Danny helped me with a new original song that was due out soon.
“Love. Light. Leslie.”
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