Media-savvy psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, who appeared on television and wrote a syndicated advice column, passed away at the age of 85 yesterday (May 13).
It's with heavy hearts that we report the death of legendary soap actress Jeanne Cooper, who died this morning (May 8). The longtime 'The Young & the Restless' star was 84.
Divinyls frontwoman Chrissy Amphlett, famous for the 1991 masturbatory anthem 'I Touch Myself,' passed away yesterday (April 21) at the too-young age of 53.
Richard LeParmentier, the actor who had a brief yet immensely memorable role in the original 'Star Wars' film, died at the age of 66 in Austin, Texas on April 16.
No cause of death was cited, but his publicist said his passing was completely unexpected.
Television and film funnyman Jonathan Winters died last night (April 11) of natural causes at his California home. He was 87.
Say what you want about Britney Spears in regards to vocal ability or brain power (we happen to think she's adorbs), but it's pretty well accepted that she's a Southern sweetheart.
Which is why when she was asked about the death of legendary Mouseketeer Annette Funicello -- who paved the way for Spears' own start on the 'Mickey Mouse Club' -- it came as a big shock when she giggled.