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Betty White’s final words for her fans
January 21st, 2022 under Betty White. [ Comments: 1 ]


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Betty White died on New Year’s Eve, just days before what would’ve been her 100th birthday. To commemorate that big day, she recorded a message for her fans 11 days before she died.

Today her assistant posted that video and explained, “When we recorded her special message to fans who attended the movie, we also recorded one that we had planned to put on social media on her birthday. She was using the occasion of her 100th birthday to celebrate YOU – her fans. She knew how lucky she was; she felt the love, and she never took it for granted. I think it’s appropriate to post today as a thank you from Betty and the animals.”

In the joyful video, she thanks us for our love and support. And her final words to us were to “stick around.” Miss White might not be with us physically, but she will always be in our hearts. So we will stick around with her for the rest of our lives.

She was gorgeous inside and out, even in her final days.


RIP Louie Anderson
January 21st, 2022 under Obits. [ Comments: none ]

Louie Anderson passed away today at the age of 68 from a short battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, according to AP.

Andrson started his career out doing standup. But he also had memorable roles in several movies like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and the Coming to America films.

However, his biggest success came from television. He had an animated show called Life with Louie that was loosely based on his childhood. He also hosted Family Feud for three years at the turn of the century.

His most significant role came towards the end of his life. That is when played Zach Galifianakis’ mon in Baskets. He was so believable in the role that he won an Emmy for it.

Today, let’s remember by laughing with him and watching his many standup performances.


RIP Meat Loaf
January 21st, 2022 under Meat Loaf/Jim Steinman, Obits. [ Comments: none ]

Meat Loaf passed away yesterday at the age of 74. His family wrote on Facebook, “Our hearts are broken to announce that the incomparable Meat Loaf passed away tonight surrounded by his wife Deborah, daughters Pearl and Amanda and close friends.”

Meat Loaf started his career on the stage in musicals like Hair and The Rocky Horror Show (and its the movie), and then he met Jim Steinman. It was a match made in Rock’n’Roll heaven that created one of the greatest selling albums of all time, Bat Out of Hell.

That album created such Rock Operatic songs like Bat Out of Hell, Paradise in the Dashboard Light, Two of out Three Ain’t Bad, and You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth. It went on to sell over 40 million copies worldwide since its release in 1977.

Meat toured the world with that album, but he was plagued with health issues throughout his career. However, in 1993, Meat and Steinman teamed up for a sequel to the top-selling album and produced hits like I’d Do Anything for Love, Rock’n’Roll Dreams Come True, and Wasted Youth.

Along with recording music and touring, he continued to act in movies and TV shows like Wayne’s Worl, Spice World, Fight Club, and Celebrity Apprentice, to name a few.

I can still remember the first time I heard Paradise when I was 12, and it felt like a rite of passage. So much so I ran out and bought the album, and I became a fan who followed him throughout his career. I met him a few times at fan and press events and tried to be cool around a man whose music I admired so much. However, when I saw him in concert, I went wild during Wasted Youth, and he looked at me like I was crazy. A few songs later, he told the audience, after two young girls tried to give him roses, that when he is singing, he can’t see or hear anything. That made me feel special. I know, but it did. And that concert remains one of my all-time favorites because he put on a show. I wish I saw him perform live again, but it was not meant to be.

We lost Steinman last April and losing Meat now takes a big chunk out of my formative years. Steinman’s lyrics with Meat’s voice is what the Gds of Rock’n’Roll dreamt of. And I assume that Steinman wrote Bat Out of Hell IV, so Gd needed Meat up in heaven to record it. And that is why we lost him.

Today, let’s remember Meat and belt out one of his tunes because that is the only way to sing time. Even his ballads were full of power! I can’t stop screaming (my poor neighbors) Modern Girl. It was one of his smaller hits that was not written by Steinman, but it speaks to me the loudest.


Hot Links!
January 20th, 2022 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]

Kim Kardashian/Instagram

Why is Kim Kardashian mad at Kanye West? – Dlisted

Another Jordan Klepper segment – Pajiba

How looooong is The Batman? – Screen Rant

Are their secret tunnels in the Playboy mansion? – Grunge

The sadistic thing that MGK did to Megan Fox – Celebitchy

Zendaya’s nipples are poking through – Drunken Stepfather


Adele postpones her Vegas residency
January 20th, 2022 under Adele. [ Comments: none ]

Adele was supposed to start her Las Vegas residency at Caesar’s Palace tomorrow, but she cancelled all of those dates today.

The singer released a tearful message saying that show is not ready due to delayed deliveries and half of her crew and people suffering from COVID-19. Therefore, she is going to reschedule all of the dates between now and April 16th, the final day for the original dates.

They tried all they could do to keep the dates, but it wasn’t possible.

She promises when they reschedule Weekends with Adele, she will give you the show you deserve.

Personally, I would be fine seeing her in an empty auditorium because it is all about her voice and not showmanship like Katy Perry.


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