Socialite, actress, and glamorous Hollywood icon, Zsa Zsa Gabor died on Sunday, likely at the age of 99. Gabor made waves throughout her life for her high-profile marriages — her eight husbands included hotel heir Conrad Hilton, actor George Sanders, and Barbie designer Jack Ryan — and fabulous persona. Though the Hungarian-born actor’s career included several well-received films, including Moulin Rouge (1952) and Touch of Evil (1958), she is most remembered as someone who was “famous for being famous.” Appearing frequently in tabloids and television, where she was quick to give a quippy one-liner and call everyone “dahling,” Gabor captured Hollywood’s attention with her individual flair. Many celebrities took to social media on Sunday to pay tribute to her. Read posts from Larry King, Andy Cohen, Barbara Eden, and more, below.