Fans Are Sharing Scrubs Star Sam Lloyd's Incredible Cover Of Hey Ya In Tribute
Scrubs fans are remembering Sam Lloyd's amazing cover of Outkast's 'Hey Ya', following the actor's tragic death.
Lloyd, who played lawyer Ted Buckland in the hit sitcom, passed away aged just 56 after being diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2019.
Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence shared the sad news on Twitter, writing: "Thinking a lot about Sam Lloyd today. (Ted). Truly such a kind, sweet guy. He will be missed by so many."
As well as being a talented actor, Lloyd was also part of a cappella group called The Blanks, who featured in Scrubs under various names over the years.
Today fans have shared Lloyd's acoustic version of 'Hey Ya', which featured in the episode 'My Soul On Fire, Part 2'.
Posting on Twitter, one fan wrote: "RIP to Sam Lloyd, an incredibly talented singer and actor. Hilarious in every moment he was in Scrubs. An absolute treasure. Here's his band, The Blanks, with their amazing cover of Outkast's 'Hey Ya'."
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Another posted: "Rest in Peace Sam Lloyd, heartbreaking news to wake up to, can't fathom what the family is going through when so many strangers are impacted by his death. Tremendous loss, thank you for every moment of laughter, tears, and amazing renditions. I never thought of 'Hey Ya' the same."
A third fan added: "Sam Lloyd - god rest his soul. Do yourselves a favour and listen to 'Hey Ya' by The Blanks, one of the most beautiful songs I've heard."
The clip was also shared by star Sarah Chalke, who played Dr Elliot Reid in the show, posted alongside the message: "We love you Sam Lloyd."
Oh Sam...I feel so lucky I got the chance to know and work with you. You were the the kindest, funniest man. Sending so much love to your family. Rest In Peace. pic.twitter.com/knwULwYpIb
- Sarah Chalke (@sarahchalke) May 2, 2020
Sharing a tribute to Lloyd on Twitter, Scrubs star Zach Braff wrote: "Rest in peace to one of the funniest actors I've ever had the joy of working with. Sam Lloyd made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together. He could not have been a kinder man. I will forever cherish the time I had with you, Sammy."
While Robert Maschio, who played Dr Todd, wrote: "Simpler times, happier days, the kindest man I ever met. Easy going Sam, Rest in peace."
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