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Woman plays a 'heaven's receptionist' to help people deal with the loss of loved ones

She touches the hearts of viewers as she welcomes and cheers for recently deceased celebrities, providing a comforting portrayal of their arrival in heaven.

Woman plays a 'heaven's receptionist' to help people deal with the loss of loved ones
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @taryntino21

TikTok has been a great platform where people make hilarious videos about actual issues and vent about their jobs, but it has not been a place of healing. However, Taryn Delanie—who goes by @taryntino21— known as "heaven's receptionist" is bringing a difference with her videos and helping people heal from the loss of their dear ones. Recently, Delanie made a hilarious video on singer and songwriter Barry White. The text overlay reads, "How Barry entered heaven (and immediately got the best spot at the pool). It seems like White is singing the song, "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" and the receptionist is blushing and enjoying his song while he is at the best spot at the pool.

Image Source: TikTok/ @taryntino21
Image Source: TikTok | @taryntino21

Following the death of Tina Turner, she posted a video in which light is coming from the other end and the text overlay reads, "The Arrival Of A Legend." So the receptionist who was on a call keeps it down and begins to cheer for Turner. She is heard saying, "We like to do things nice and easy." The video is captioned, "As you can imagine so many requests asking if the queen arrived safely. She did. And baby she arrived."

Image Source: TikTok/ @taryntino21
Image Source: TikTok | @taryntino21

Delanie went viral with millions of views on her videos. Following this, people began to send her requests for the death of their beloved ones. A mother told about her daughter named Ella-Rose, who she thinks would be "scared and sad" because she is not with her family. In a soft tone, she can be seen welcoming Ella-Rose in a video. She says, "Hi" and says, Aw, she's shy." She then tells her, "It's okay to be shy but don't be frightened" and shakes her hand.

Image Source: TikTok/ @taryntino21
Image Source: TikTok | @taryntino21

She continues, "It's good to meet you. See, I know you. Some people you love very much and you love very much. Let me know that you'd be coming here today to see me today. You and I are going to be great friends. The people you want to see are downstairs and a long time from now, it's going to feel like a long time to them, but not to you—they're gonna be up here with you. In the meantime, you can play. You can be who you want to be and more importantly, you are never going to be alone."

Image Source: TikTok
Image Source: TikTok

Delanie reportedly won Miss New York in 2022 and was a Miss America runner-up in 2022. She is also an avid community service advocate. She told TODAY that she thinks of herself "as a friend" while filming these videos. "For the longest time, I'd ask myself, 'What do you want to do when you grow up?'" she says. "The biggest thing that really inspired me most was loving people and being a friend. And I'm like, 'Can I make a career out of that?' And then content creation kind of put itself in my path." She apparently got the idea to film "heaven's receptionist" while showering and made her first video immediately.


 
 
 
 
 
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"For the longest time, I'd ask myself, 'What do you want to do when you grow up?'" she says. "The biggest thing that really inspired me most was loving people and being a friend. And I'm like, 'Can I make a career out of that?' And then content creation kind of put itself in my path." She apparently got the idea to film "heaven's receptionist" while showering and made her first video immediately.

Delanie's videos are touching many hearts of the people on social media. "I'm not religious, and have a lot of big questions and anxieties about what happens after we pass but this made me feel a bit better." She added, "I'm so honored that people trust me with their stories, trust me with their loved ones, and that they want to share. If I can bring someone comfort, it's such a gift."


 
 
 
 
 
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