As the holidays approach, members of the Chapman family have been sharing tributes and remembrances of Beth, the family matriarch who passed away earlier this year. The latest to do so is her husband, "Dog the Bounty Hunter," who posted a video of Beth singing karaoke while friends and family dance and cheer.
The song is Bruno Mars' "Perm," and fans in the comments are loving it.
"Aww I loved her outgoing, loving, loud, kind personality thanks for sharing her with the world still," one wrote.
"Omgg i love it!! Miss her spirit and smile! Heaven gained such an angel! We need people like her in this world!" another said.
"Thinking of her lots today.. can’t believe our world has been missing her for almost 6 months. it’s hard to fathom and still upsets me. but she’s still here, looking down on us, and is by your side," a third replied.
"She's the kind of woman that you thought would just live forever. She was such a strong personality and force to be reckoned with, it's hard to believe she's not here anymore. But I think you and your family have got one of the best Angels possible watching over all of you. God Bless you Chapman Family," someone else wrote in a particularly heartfelt message.
Last month, Beth's daughter Bonnie shared a series of photos of her mom on Instagram with a sweet message.
"I miss you everyday. Your birthday is coming up, wish I could celebrate with you one last time. Thank you for being there for my graduation, now I’m so thankful I have that moment with you," Bonnie wrote.
Dog recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight about the family's plans for their first Christmas without her.
"Beth was old style, old-fashioned. So, you know, that means the tree and the presents. All the stockings hung up… so I'm trying to keep that exact tradition. I've got it all decorated. All the stockings are hung. We always left -- when the kids were young -- cookies for Santa, and I think I'll do that this year also."
"Beth knew every single [Christmas song], and she made us all listen to Christmas songs like two weeks before Christmas. As we decorated the tree, she'd put on Christmas songs. Every night before we went to bed she'd put them on. So I think the girls are taking it the hardest without being able to sing with mom."