It’s been one decade since actress Brittany Murphy died, and her fans gathered on Twitter on Friday under the hashtag #BrittanyMurphy to pay their respects to the late talent.

Murphy died from pneumonia in 2009 at the age of 32. Throughout her long career, Murphy was famous for her portrayal as Tai Frasier in the hit teen comedy “Clueless.” She also made her mark as a serious actor in Academy Award-winning films like “Girl, Interrupted” and “8 Mile.” When she wasn't doing on-screen roles, she lent her voice to the long-running animated series “King of the Hill” as Luanne Platter.

Murphy started acting as a teenager, landing roles on the shows “Drexell’s Class,” "Almost Home," and “Murphy Brown.” Her last released project was 2014's “Something Wicked,” which came out years after her unexpected death on Dec. 20, 2009.

In honor of the 10-year anniversary of her death, fans and former co-stars alike have taken to Twitter to share their love for Murphy.

Breckin Meyer, who starred alongside Murphy in “Clueless,” poured his heart out in remembrance of Murphy, calling her “crazy talented” and referring to her as someone who was always like a little sister to him.

Others who are massive fans of the star shared their thoughts about how inspirational she was and how she remains among their favorite performers in both movies and television.

Some fans are even going back and rewatching some of their favorite movies of hers.

While some pay their respects on social media, others, like Lizzie Logan from Flood Magazine, are going back and reviewing movies of Murphy’s that maybe didn’t earn as much attention as they should have, as well as her legacy as a whole. That legacy, the article suggests, wasn’t appropriately appreciated in her prime.

At press time, fans have continued to share their thoughts on Murphy online using #BrittanyMurphy in continued admiration for the beloved actress who passed too soon.

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Brittany Murphy is photographed above at AFI Fest 2006 in Hollywood, California, on Nov. 7. Getty Images