“Law & Order: Organized Crime” actress Danielle Moné Truitt is stunning fans with her New Year’s Day Instagram post.
Every New Year’s celebration needs a little dancing. “Law & Order: Organized Crime” actress Danielle Moné Truitt is showing her followers how she celebrated New Year’s Eve. Wearing a beautiful one-shouldered blue gown, the star’s latest Instagram post shows her dancing the night away. Or, should we say, dancing 2021 away.
Truitt’s caption is short but enthusiastic: “Haaaaaaaaaaay 2022!! I SEE YOU!! #HappyNewYear.”
Fans are sending their best wishes to the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” actress and her family. They are also complimenting her festive look.
“Beautiful dress and Happy New Year Danielle to you and your family,” @susankoller76 writes.
“Happy New Year!! Looking GOOD,” @sandydavidson_02 comments.
This is not the star’s only New Year’s post. Truitt shared a sweet picture with her two sons on New Year’s Eve as well. Her caption is an inspiring message about staying focused and optimistic in 2022.
“Happy New Year from our family to yours!! No matter what 2022 brings, keep ya head up! Stay focused on what you believe even if it doesn’t line up with what you see. Your faith will carry you through!
Im going to continue to love passionately, dream big, create, give and recieve grace and take hold of all God has for me!”
We will take Truitt’s words to heart as this new year begins.
Her Tribute To Betty White
Like the rest of us, the “Law and Order: Organized Crime” star misses Betty White. The actress pays tribute to the actress’ legacy after her death on Friday morning. Directly addressing White, she calls her “my favorite.”
“Rest well Young Lady @bettymwhite,” Truitt writes. “You were my favorite👸🏼. I never even realized you COULD die. Wow… Awesome life lived. Even now I can’t help but smile. You brought us lots of joy and realness! ❤️🕊 #ThankYouForBeingAFriend“
“The world looks a little different now,” Reynolds writes. “She was great at defying expectation. She managed to grow very old and somehow, not old enough. We’ll miss you, Betty. Now you know the secret.”
“When I was a kid, I watched ‘Golden Girls’ with my grandmother and I fell in love with Betty White,” Hewitt shares in a video. “Then I got to work with her, and I fell in love with her for real. I had the greatest honor and pleasure of being really close with her and calling her a really really good friend – One of my best friends.”