Betty Pino's death has been felt across the entertainment industry and many celebrities have expressed their sadness. The latest to express his sympathy is Julio Iglesias, a close friend of Pino and one who shared many moments of happiness with.

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"Friend, I didn't expect you to leave so soon, but we will see each other again," Julio Iglesias wrote on Twitter. "You were a lovely person with me and I always adored you. Life will not be the same for all the artists you helped. I will always love you."

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Pino was a host of a weekly show on the Miami radio station where she played the latest hit songs and the latest celebrity gossip. When she first arrived to the U.S. she was a maid for an upscale hotel and made her way to a receptionist position at the station where she would have the opportunity to become a DJ. In 1974, she started her career as a radio dj on the now defunct FM-92 where she became the first woman disc jockey in the south of Florida.

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Betty was admitted to the hospital on July 15 due to a bacterial infection after a week of taking antibiotics and having no positive effect, according to El Nuevo Herald. At the time her publicist said that she had not been feeling well for a while and she was doing a lot better after being admitted. Shortly after, she was transferred to a different location and Julio Iglesias extended his helpful hand and made himself available for anything that Pino and the family needed.

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