Sad news in Hollywood tonight. Nineties pop sensation, Tommy Page, who is best known for his hit single "I'll Be Your Everything," has died. He was 46 years old.

According to Us Weekly, the singer, who once appeared on an episode of "Full House," where he surprised Stephanie for her birthday, died of an apparent suicide. A source revealed to the magazine that the singer hanged himself, leaving his friends and family heartbroken and shocked. "It was a shock to everyone because he was always so happy," the source said. "There was no sign that anything was wrong."

Tommy's NKOTB connection

In addition to his hit 1990 single, Page also did quite a bit of work with boy band sensation New Kids On The Block.

He got his big break as their opening act in 1989, which led to Jordan Knight and Danny Wood co-writing "I'll Be Your Everything." The song went on to be his only #1 Billboard hit.

Several members of NKOTB took to social media to send their condolences and prayers, using the hashtag #RIPTommyPage. Danny Wood even posted the "I'll Be Your Everything" video in addition to his condolences.

Post-nineties work

Page went on to have quite a successful career working with other talent. He worked as an A&R executive/vice president for Warner Bros/Reprise Records until 2011, where he helped shape the careers of several singing sensations such as Ashley Tisdale, Josh Groban and Michael Buble. He then worked for Billboard and Village Voice, all the while still recording music and performing.

He still had a huge following in Asia, where he did most of his performances.

Other colleague condolences

Full House and Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure, also took to social media to offer her heartfelt condolences to Tommy's loved ones. John Amato, Billboard Entertainment president and colleague of Page, released the following statement regarding the death of the pop star: "We are all mourning the loss of our friend and colleague of our friend Tommy Page. He was a magnetic soul and a true entertainer. Our thoughts are with his family."

Page is survived by his husband Charlie and their three children.