Carrie Ann Inaba Pays Tribute to 'My Favorite Person' Florence Henderson on 'Dancing With the Stars' Set

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Florence Henderson may be gone, but never forgotten.

The late Brady Brunch star, who died of heart failure at the age of 82 last November, was recently honored with a star in the Dancing With the Stars ballroom. Now, Carrie Ann Inaba, a judge on the dance competition series, is paying her own tribute to the actress, who appeared on the show's 11th season with pro dancer Corky Ballas.

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Inaba took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a sweet photo of herself kneeling next to Henderson's star.

"I had to take some time last night with my favorite person, Florence Henderson," she captioned it. "We have a star on the floor in her honor."

"I miss her person but will always feel her beautiful spirit and presence," she continued. "Life is short but love is forever. ❤ Rest In Peace Beautiful Angel..."

As ET previously reported, Henderson died just three days after attending a DWTS taping for her former co-star, Maureen McCormick, who competed with Artem Chigvintsev during season 23.

Later chatting with ET, McCormick said her TV mom was "an incredible example of how to live your life."

"She was that sweet. She really was," McCormick added. "She was the loveliest of ladies. Florence played our mother on the show, but I always felt like she was more of a sister. She was so young at heart, and just a really good friend."

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