One of the most iconic figures in television history passed away on Thursday when Florence Henderson died at the age of 82. The death of the “The Brady Bunch” Carol Brady actress resulted in an outpouring of reactions from Hollywood.

Henderson is best known for her role as Mrs. Brady in the early 1970s sitcom, but she remained in the public eye decades later, appearing on “Dancing With The Stars” in 2010. She was on the set of the ABC show just a few days prior to her death, returning in support of Maureen McCormick, who was a contestant on the most recent season. McCormick played the role of Marcia Brady on “The Brady Bunch.”

Henderson was the fifth contestant eliminated on “Dancing With The Stars” when she competed six years ago, but she was back on the dance floor for Season 23 as part of one of McCormick’s performances.

Host Tom Bergeron mourned the loss of Henderson, calling her a friend. Len Goodman, who’s been a judge on the show for nearly every season, also expressed how sad he was to hear of the passing of the Season 11 contestant.

“Dancing With The Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba called Henderson a “mom to us all,” a sentiment that other celebrities have shared on social media. Pro dancers from the reality TV show and former contestants reacted to Henderson’s death on Twitter as well.

Henderson died of heart failure on Thursday after being hospitalized on Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Her manager told the Associated Press that she was surrounded by friends and family at her bedside.

Florence Henderson Florence Henderson poses backstage after the premiere of Season 11 of “Dancing With The Stars” in Los Angeles on Sept. 20, 2010. The actress died Thursday at age 82. Photo: Reuters/Fred Prouser