Dog the Bounty Hunter reveals little-known side of wife Beth, shares heartwarming video of her singing Bruno Mars song
51-year-old Beth Chapman was placed in a medically-induced coma following a choking emergency before she died in hospital on Wednesday, June 26
Duane 'Dog' Chapman has continued to interact with fans via social media as he mourns the death of his wife Beth who lost her battle to cancer on Wednesday, June 26.
The 66-year-old 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' star tweeted a video of his wife singing the Bruno Mars hit 'Perm', writing alongside: "People have asked me... What is something fans don't know about Beth... Here you go."
Beth, who died aged 51, is seen dancing to the track in an empty restaurant while holding a microphone, Daily Mail reports.
The 51-year-old was placed in a medically-induced coma following a choking emergency before she died in hospital on Wednesday.
While she had been diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017, she was declared free of the disease after she underwent surgery and treatment. Unfortunately, the disease returned as stage IV lung cancer last November.
According to Us Weekly, the mother-of-four will be cremated as per her wishes—one memorial service is to be held in Hawaii, where she and her husband resided, and another will take place in her home state of Colorado.
WGN America released new footage of the couple talking about their relationship on Thursday.
They announced earlier this month they were planning a new show called 'Dog's Most Wanted'.
The video showed Dog gushing about his wife whom he married in 2006.
"She's my everything," he said. "She's the sexiest women I've ever touched in my life. She's a pure girl! There's no tomboy in this baby girl."
Meanwhile, Beth described her husband as "smart, strong, courageous, funny, and brave."
A&E, the network that made the fugitive-hunting couple popular, announced they would include In Memoriam tributes to Beth at the end of the four-hour marathon of 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' that is airing on Monday, July 1.
'Dog The Bounty Hunter' was the network's first foray into unscripted television when it premiered in 2004. The show became an instant hit and ran for eight seasons straight until 2012.
Beth's passing was first announced by her husband himself who took to Twitter early Wednesday morning.
"It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain," he wrote. "Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side."
The devastated husband broke down in tears outside his home later in the day as he described how his wife asked him to repeat Jesus' name in her final moments.
"When I said 'in Jesus' name' she said, 'Say it again, say it more'," he told Hawaii News Now, choking up. "And then she, you know, she told the girls and everybody with her mouth... She said, I love you guys.'"
Dog said he had left all her clothes and makeup in the exact same place. He said that, while he knew the day would come when she would be gone, he was never really prepared for it.
Beth is survived by Dog, their children Dominic, Cecily, Bonnie Jo, and Garry, and her 14 grandchildren.