Actress Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia in ‘Star Wars,’ has died at age 60, daughter’s publicist says.
Reynolds tweeted Sunday that the family would share any updates on Fisher and thanked the public for its “prayers & good wishes.”
Michael died at his home in Goring, England. His publicist said he had not been ill. No other details were released.
Emergency officials reported Carrie Fisher had a “cardiac episode” during a flight from London to Los Angeles.
Between the celebrity death-wave and the exhausting election, 2016 in many ways was a year to forget.
Alan Thicke starred as Dr. Jason Seaver in the ABC series, which aired from 1985 until 1992.
Kate O’Leary says Letterman is “just like any individual who volunteers from their heart and gives their time to help families in need.”
HBO says Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James will be the executive producer of a documentary on Muhammad Ali for the network.
“La La Land” earned nominations for its lead actors, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, as well best picture, comedy or musical.
Beyonce and Adele are competing in the top three categories at the Grammy Awards.
From Hatchimals to the Nintendo Entertainment System remake, the hottest toys of 2016 are hard to get.
Country star Luke Bryan took care of a heckler without skipping a beat during a concert this week.
A Muslim woman has become the first to compete in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant while fully clothed.
A 10-year-old Philadelphia drummer is receiving high praise for his cover of a Metallica song.
Florence Henderson, who went from Broadway star to become one of America’s most beloved television moms in “The Brady Bunch,” has died.
The rapper has been hospitalized after abruptly canceling the last 21 dates of his national tour.
Glass Harp will perform at Powers Auditorium on Friday Jan. 13.
Brantley Gilbert will be at the Covelli Centre on February 17.
Approximately 50 women have claimed Bill Cosby forced unwanted sexual contact on them decades ago.
Vaughn died Friday morning after a brief battle with acute leukemia, said his manager, Matthew Sullivan.
The conference said Tuesday that the games would be televised by ESPN and Fox.
Stephen King is launching his latest work, “Hearts in Suspension,” with a reading of the book at his alma mater, the University of Maine.