- Battlestar Galactica creator Glen A. Larson has passed away – Entertainment Weekly
- Mason Disick had an amazing birthday party – US Weekly
- Frozen is winning big this year – Huffington Post
- Timbaland is throwing the blame to Lifetime for the bad Aaliyah biopic – TMZ
- Elsa and Anna have a moment in Once Upon a Time‘s episode tonight – Just Jared Jr
- Katherine Heigl‘s return to TV is so soon – Lainey Gossip
- How did movies do at the global box office? – The Hollywood Reporter
- New Year’s Rockin’ Eve is getting a stacked lineup – J-14
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In sad news, Diem Brown has passed away at the age of 32 after a long battle with cancer, according to People magazine.
Diem, who was best known for her role on MTV’s Real World/Road Rules Challenge, was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer when she was only 23.
“Cancer has changed who I am,” she told People back in August. “It sounds like a cliché, but I’ve only got this one life, and I need to live every day to the fullest. I’m a lot more appreciative of things now.”
Our thoughts are with Diem‘s family and friends.
Carol Ann Susi, who is best known for her unseen role as Mrs. Wolowitz on The Big Bang Theory, has passed away at 62.
The veteran character actress died after a brief battle with an aggressive cancer, her reps confirmed in a statement released on Tuesday evening (November 11).
Carol Ann has made dozens of guest appearances on television shows over the years, including Ugly Betty, Cheers, Seinfeld, Six Feet Under, and more.
Here is a statement from Warner Bros. Television, CBS, and The Big Bang Theory‘s team of executive producers: “The Big Bang Theory family has lost a beloved member today with the passing of Carol Ann Susi, who hilariously and memorably voiced the role of Mrs. Wolowitz. Unseen by viewers, the Mrs. Wolowitz character became a bit of a mystery throughout the show’s eight seasons. What was not a mystery, however, was Carol Ann’s immense talent and comedic timing, which were on display during each unforgettable appearance. In addition to her talent, Carol Ann was a constant source of joy and kindness to all. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with her family during this time, and we will miss her greatly.”
We send out our thoughts and condolences to Carol Ann‘s friends and family during this difficult time.
Big Bank Hank, who was one of the founding members of the hip-hop group The Sugarhill Gang, has sadly passed away at age 57.
The rapper, whose real name was Henry Jackson, died on Tuesday (November 11) after a battle with cancer.
“So sad to hear about our brother’s passing,” Hank‘s bandmates Wonder Mike and Master Gee said in a statement to Rolling Stone. “The three of us created musical history together with the release of ‘Rapper’s Delight.’ We will always remember traveling the world together and rocking the house. Rest in peace, Big Bank.”
Hank‘s funeral will be held in Englewood, New Jersey, which is where the band members are all from. We send out our thoughts and condolences to all of his friends and family during this difficult time.
The Sugarhill Gang – “Rapper’s Delight”
- The onetime frontman of Static-X Wayne Static has died at the age of 48 – Entertainment Weekly
- Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa have their baby shower – US Weekly
- Is Beyonce releasing a new album? – Huffington Post
- Here’s the latest on Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry‘s
support issues – TMZ
- Elsa & Anna are back together on Once Upon a Time tonight! – Just Jared Jr
- Katie Holmes gave a lengthy interview with many revealing facts – Lainey Gossip
- Usher‘s son is not impressed with him – The Hollywood Reporter
- Kevin Spacey‘s impressions are unbelievable – Buzzfeed
- Could Kim Kardashian be pregnant again? – X17
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras has died at the young age of 22 after being involved in a car accident in the Dominican Republic.
The baseball player was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro along the beaches with his girlfriend Edilia Arvelo, 18, when he lost control of the car and went off the road. Both of them died in the crash.
“He wasn’t carrying documents at the time of the accident, but his body was identified by family members,” Col. Diego Pesqueira of the Metropolitan Transportation Agency said (via People).
“I simply can’t believe it,” Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said in a statement. “I first met Oscar when he was 16 years old and will forever remember him as a wonderful young man who was a gifted athlete with an infectious love for life who lived every day to the fullest.”
We send out our thoughts and condolences to Oscar and Edilia‘s loved ones during this difficult time.
Marcia Strassman, who played Julie on the 1970s sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, has passed away at the age of 66.
“Marcia died at her Sherman Oaks, California, home on Friday (October 24) after battling breast cancer for seven years,” her sister Julie Strassman revealed (via Page Six).
“They gave her 2 ½ years to live but she lasted much longer,” Julie continued. “She was very courageous.”
In case you didn’t know, Marcia also played Rick Moranis‘ wife in the Disney hit movie Honey I Shrunk The Kids and its sequel, Honey I Blew Up The Kid.
Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this difficult time.