The actor and friend to the late Nick Cordero responds to Trump's claim that "the virus affects virtually nobody."
Justin Townes Earle, an acclaimed singer-songwriter in the Americana/alt-country field and the son of Steve Earle, has died at age 38, according to an announcement on his social media accounts. "It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you of the passing of our son, husband, father and friend Justin," read the statement on Facebook […]
The co-hosts of 15 years continued their friendship up until Philbin's final weeks.
"Trying to put all the pieces together of all the possible whys has penetrated my soul," Presley writes.
Benjamin Keough, the son of Lisa Marie Presley and the grandson of Elvis Presley, has died at 27. Lisa Marie Presley is "heartbroken."
Nicole Thea, the YouTube personality who was chronicling her pregnancy for fans, died along with her unborn baby on Saturday morning, her family announced on Thea’s Instagram page. She was 24.No cause of death has been announced. Thea had been expecting a child with her partner, a street dancer who went by the handle Global Boga (né Jeffery Frimpong). “To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning,” the post reads. “Also Nicole pre-schedule a few YouTube videos and Boga has made the decision to allow them to be aired.”The message concluded, “As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened. Thank you her mum RIP My beautiful baby girl Nicnac and my grandson Reign, I will miss you for the rest of my life until we meet again in eternal heaven. Xxx”Also Read: Lil Marlo, '2 the Hard Way' Rapper, Dies at 30 in Atlanta ShootingA pre-taped video was posted on Sunday on YouTube, titled, “GOT IN A BATH FULL OF MILK! *BTS PREGNANCY SHOOT.” The footage is a behind-the-scenes look at a photo shoot that shows off her baby bump, along with her slipping into a milk bath.Back in March, Thea announced her pregnancy. “We can’t hide this any longer, secrets out.. GOD gave us the biggest blessing yet. I’m finally creating a beautiful little human inside of me,” she said in an Instagram post. “Can’t believe this bubba will be half of me and half of the loml. Honestly, @global_boga has been the best support EVER and GOD made no mistakes making him the father.”In late June, Boga shared that his son was expected to “arrive soon.” A few days later on June 30, he wrote, “I have good faith baby Boga will come on a Monday KOJO On What day were you born??”There had been no further updates on Thea or the baby since then.Read original story Nicole Thea, Pregnant YouTube Sensation, Dies at 24 At TheWrap
Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, had documented his rocky progress with emotional daily updates on Instagram and the campaign #wakeupnick.
Police confirm that Katherine Williams-Dunning, the country star's daughter and granddaughter of legendary singer Hank Williams, died on Saturday evening.
Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead at his home in Bandra, Mumbai on Sunday. Early reports indicate that his death was by suicide. He was 34. Mumbai police have confirmed the actor’s death and have opened an investigation. Rajput made his television debut in 2008 with Balaji Telefilms’ “Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa […]
The 54-year-old director died Friday from a previously undisclosed blood disorder.
Phyllis George, a former Miss America winner who went on to become one of the first female broadcasters covering the NFL — and later, the First Lady of Kentucky — died Thursday at the age of 70. Her ex-husband, John Y. Brown Jr., told the Lexington Herald-Leader on Saturday she had suffered from a rare blood disorder since she was in her 30s.George’s eclectic career started in 1970, when she won the Miss Texas title; a year later, she won the Miss America pageant, garnering her widespread national coverage. Five years later, George started cohosting “The NFL Today” on CBS, becoming one of the first women to cover professional football on a national level. During her time at CBS, George was also a broadcaster for several major horse racing events, including the Belmont Stakes and Preakness.“In my gut, I thought Phyllis was pretty special,” former TV executive Bob Wussler, who hired George at CBS, once said, according to ESPN. “I thought there was a role for her, as somebody who could talk to guys who knew something about sports.”George was married to famed Hollywood producer Robert Evans from 1977 to 1978, before marrying John Y. Brown Jr. in 1979. She was considered an integral part of Brown’s successful bid for governor of Kentucky that same year, with one local reporter telling the Lexington Herald-Leader she “brought glamour” to the governor’s office. With Brown’s win, George became the First Lady of Kentucky from 1979 to 1983. The couple had two children together before divorcing in 1998. Her daughter, Pamela Brown, is a reporter for CNN.Also Read: Frank Bielec, Designer on TLC's 'Trading Spaces,' Dies at 72“Phyllis was a fighter and her children have shown her incredible love during this struggle,” Brown said on Saturday. “She was an incredible first lady for Kentucky.”George was born June 25, 1949 in Denton, Texas, and attended North Texas State University (now known as University of North Texas) for three years before winning her Miss Texas crown. Beyond her pageant and broadcasting career, George was also a businesswoman, author and actress, playing a small role in the 2000 hit “Meet the Parents.”Read original story Phyllis George, Trailblazing NFL Reporter and Former Miss America Winner, Dies at 70 At TheWrap
After retweeting a story with the sad news, Crosby replied to a commenter who “respectfully” posted that Crosby was merely a “donor” for Etheridge and her former partner Julie Cypher.
Former baseball player Matt Keough, who had appeared on "Real Housewives of Orange County," died about a month after his grandson.
Zach Braff pays tribute to his "Scrubs" co-star, saying Lloyd "made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together."
Brian Dennehy, the winner of two Tonys in a career that also spanned films including "Tommy Boy," "First Blood" and "Cocoon," and television, died on Wednesday night in New Haven, Conn. He was 81. "It is with heavy hearts we announce that our father, Brian passed away last night from natural causes, not Covid-related. Larger […]
Sadly, Jett died in January 2009, when he was just 16, during a family vacation in the Bahamas.
David McKean says family was self-quarantining on Chesapeake Bay to give their kids more space before wife and son were involved in a canoe accident.
Emmy- and Grammy-winning artist known for the hit "Stacy's Mom" and composing music for "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and Tom Hanks's "That Thing You Do!" had been hospitalized for more than one week after being diagnosed with COVID-19.