A devastating loss affected Kelly Clarkson’s show.

The podcast of John Wick 4 appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show for an episode recorded before the tragic loss of Lance Reddick, one of the film’s main characters.

The NBC show’s social media platforms paid respect to the film and its star with a snapshot of the cast in the studio.

It was a sobering reminder of how the tragedy had struck the cast and crew, who had been looking forward to working on this highly anticipated sequel.

Lance Reddick died, and we mourn his death. His death has stunned the cast and crew of John Wick, who are all crushed by the news.

MOMCares, Lance’s charity, has prepared a memorial to celebrate his life and legacy. On social media, fans have offered sympathies, praising Lance for his unique talents on and off the screen.

He will be deeply missed by everyone who knew him, both on and off camera.

Lance died while doing promotional appearances for the next John Wick sequel. His Picture PR agent later verified the news, revealing that he died of natural causes at 60.

Lance began his career at Yale School of Drama in the early 1980s, and his notoriety skyrocketed in the 2000s when he portrayed Cedric Daniels in The Wire for five seasons.

Lance Reddick is an acclaimed actor who has worked in television and movies.

He made his television debut as Phillip Broyles in the hit show Fringe and has since gone on to act in Bosch and other TV shows.

He made his big screen debut in 2014, co-starring with Keanu Reeves as Charon, a New York City hotel concierge. For nine years, he has appeared in all three picture sequels.