Dog The Bounty Hunter & family honor Beth Chapman two years after cancer death with clip of late star singing karaoke

DOG The Bounty Hunter shared a sweet memory of his late wife Beth Chapman on the two year anniversary of her death.

Beth passed away aged 51 on June 26, 2019 after a long battle against throat and lung cancer leaving behind husband Dog and their children Dominic, 35, Cecily, 27, Bonnie, 21, and Garry, 19.

Duane “Dog” Chapman paid tribute to her and shared a video of the reality star energetically doing karaoke.

Beth bopped around the room and rapped wearing a black t-shirt with black pants that had a diamante cross bedazzled down the side.

Dog simply captioned the post "Beth" as fans rushed to remember the beloved star.

"She was so fun! 🔥❤️😢😍," wrote one Instagram user.

Another added: "She is so missed. Rest in paradise sweet Beth ❤️"

And a third said: "I miss her!!! She was one in a million."

Beth was known as the main sidekick of Dog the Bounty Hunter, which was a reality TV series that followed the life of the bondsman and bounty hunter.

The show ended in 2012 after eight seasons and was replaced in 2013 by Dog and Beth: On The Hunt, a spin-off series starring both Duane and Beth.

In November 2017 Beth revealed to fans she was fighting an aggressive form of throat and lung cancer.

The CMT star initially entered remission, but the disease returned and spread to her lungs.

She passed away on June 26, 2019.

Dog sadly confirmed her passing on Twitter, writing "it’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain.

"Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side."

Her children have started a new tradition, so they can honor their mother.

Cecily told The Sun she wanted to start a new tradition where they meet up on Mother's Day to share a meal.

Cecily told The Sun: "I really wanted to start a new tradition. A way where me, Bonnie and Garry weren't alone.

"Our other siblings still have their moms for the most part so I think it’s good that Garry, Bonnie and I meet up from now on every year for Mother’s Day.

"It makes us have something to look forward to instead of feeling sad about the situation or feeling like we’re the only ones without a mom."

Cecily flew to Denver where she met sister Bonnie, while brother Garry, who works in law enforcement, flew down from Michigan.

"It was absolutely the best feeling to see them both. I love them so much. I can’t even put into words how much it meant to me to see that they were completely on board with the idea and we jumped on the opportunity," she said.

Cecily has spoken openly about her struggle with grief in previous interviews with The Sun revealing the year after her mom's death was the "worst of her life".

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