[singlepic id=245 w=180 h=100 float=left]Just heard the horrible news that Gary Coleman has passed away at the age of 42 from a brain hemorrhage. Coleman gained his stardom after playing younger brother “Arnold” on the hit series ‘Different Strokes’ in 1978 at the tender age of 10. In his later years, he had been plagued with…Details
As the year draws to a close, we just caught wind of another bit of news to add to the 2009’s list of intriguing news breaks. The star of Clueless and 8 Mile, Brittany Murphy, has been pronounced dead at the age of 32 due to a Heart Attack. She went into Cardiac Arrest early…Details
Thanks, BIG thanks go out to Tila Tequila via GlobalGrind.Com for this info and our very own Saint DaGame for bringing it to our attention.
Okay, so here’s the deal and you can read it verbatim via the Global Grind link BUT in a nutshell, yesterday as the news broke of Michael Jackson being rushed to the hospital in cardiac arrest, Perez Hilton rushed to put out one of THE MOST tasteless and thoughtless blogs we’ve ever seen written on the ‘net.Details
Official reports state that Jackson died of a heart attack, with Farrah Fawcett passing on after a long battle with anal cancer. [singlepic id=97 w=320 h=240 float=right]
I vividly remember the first time I saw the ‘Thriller” video, and used to go around clutching my copy of the ‘Thriller” album (and if I could find it would probably be worth a lot more now). Michael Jackson, no matter how you viewed his personal life, was an icon of song and dance, with a career spanning a lifetime. His “Thriller” album won eight Grammy’s and was the best selling album of all time. He pioneered the “moonwalk” along with many other milestones in the music industry.Details
“Comedian and actor Dom DeLuise has passed away at the age of 75, according to TMZ.com and Entertainment Tonight. He is reported to have died in his sleep around 6 P.M. on Monday at a Los Angeles hospital.
At press time, a representative for DeLuise could not immediately be reached for confirmation.Details
[singlepic ID=56 h=190 w=130 float=left] According to Entertainment weekly: “Danny Gans, Las Vegas singer and comedian best known for his impersonation of George Burns, died yesterday at 52, according to CNN. The cause of death has not yet been released. Gans’ wildly successful Vegas run began in 1996, when he landed a three-month gig at…Details