Despite being one of the stars of the hit show “Three’s Company,” she shied away from her popularity and lives a very private life in her Los Angeles home, away from the public eye.

what she accomplished since being shown the door from the show was “immeasurable,” whereas compared to her, she had not done much.

Joyce DeWitt and Suzanne Somers wrap up their conversation in an embrace on "Suzanne Somers: Breaking Through" on February 2, 2012 | Source: YouTube/CafeMomsStudio

Somers then stated what transpired decades ago was a teaching moment for her, and she learned a lot and grew from it, adding it took courage for DeWitt to agree to appear on her show.

The blonde beauty was overly nervous about having a sit-down interview with her former co-star about what happened many years ago, which led them to be estranged in the following years. She was overwhelmed by rehashing the past with DeWitt to reconcile.

The health spokeswoman noted she and the “Call of the Wild” star are two different people who have had a great experience. The two Hollywood stars ended their in-depth conversation with an embrace.

While the women were finally able to bury the hatchet, their beloved co-star Ritter sadly passed away on September 11, 2003, from a heart attack which was later presumed to be an aortic dissection.

Somers revealed in 2011 that Ritter tracked her down at a hair salon. The duo had not spoken since the pay dispute in 1982, and she admitted to feeling unease about the circumstances because she adored him.

While at the salon, a receptionist told her that Ritter was on the phone, and once she answered it, he told her that he forgave her, which was a difficult thing for him, adding he was letting it go. In response, Somers told him that she loved him and always had.

Meanwhile, in a December 2021 interview, DeWitt reminisced about the last time she saw the Golden Globe Award winner. She was in New York City at the time, and he happened to stay near the hotel that she stayed at. She called his hotel and left a message, and he returned the call just before she left her room.

He told her, “Baby, we’ve got three parties and a dinner to do tonight. I’ll pick you up at 7!” DeWitt said of their evening together, “It was so delicious, and a month later, he passed.”

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