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Nelson

...and another. RIP Princess Leia

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-38446753

Princess Leia, Carrie Fisher has passed away, aged 60 after suffering a heart attack en-route to Los Angeles 15 minutes before landing, she passed away in hospital this afternoon. Sad sad news

This really has been a dreadful year for celebrity deaths
Big Blue

Shocker. Must've been that last leap to hyperspace.
Frank Bullitt

I saw her on something not that long ago (Graham Norton show?) and this doesn't surprise me, she looked bloody awful. Sad though, very sad indeed
simonp

Today also claimed Richard Adams and Liz Smith, but they were both in their 90s.
tali

Frank Bullitt wrote:
I saw her on something not that long ago (Graham Norton show?) and this doesn't surprise me, she looked bloody awful. Sad though, very sad indeed

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True.She looked and sounded(without being disrespectful) a total crank, sadly.
simonp

She looked ropey in the Star Wars film, too...
BeN

Sigh...
canadian bacon

Made watching Rogue One a little poignant today.
Rodge

canadian bacon wrote:
Made watching Rogue One a little poignant today.

Yep. Went to see it this evening and thought the same thing.
Twelfth Monkey

She'll still look hot in that metal bikini thing...
Roadsterstu

Twelfth Monkey wrote:
She'll still look hot in that metal bikini thing...


Do you reckon that's what she wore as she walked through the Pearly Gates?
Twelfth Monkey

Not sure it would work on a sixty year-old!
tali

Must be only one for who she just didn't do it for me -even in metal bikini.Sarah Brightman starship trooper was getting my undivided attention!
gooner

Roadsterstu wrote:
Twelfth Monkey wrote:
She'll still look hot in that metal bikini thing...


Do you reckon that's what she wore as she walked through the Pearly Gates?


I have images of St. Peter falling off his chair!
canadian bacon

now her mother has gone as well......

http://www.ctvnews.ca/entertainme...ie-fisher-1.3220068?autoPlay=true
Twelfth Monkey

That really is horrible, isn't it?

There was a woman in our village who died pretty much straight away after learning of her daughter's premature death.
PhilD

tali wrote:
Must be only one for who she just didn't do it for me -even in metal bikini.Sarah Brightman starship trooper was getting my undivided attention!


Ban.
BeN

PhilD wrote:
tali wrote:
Must be only one for who she just didn't do it for me -even in metal bikini.Sarah Brightman starship trooper was getting my undivided attention!


Ban.


Harsh. But fair.  
Frank Bullitt

PhilD wrote:
tali wrote:
Must be only one for who she just didn't do it for me -even in metal bikini.Sarah Brightman starship trooper was getting my undivided attention!


Ban.


Didn't do it for me, either I'm afraid.
PhilD

Frank Bullitt wrote:
PhilD wrote:
tali wrote:
Must be only one for who she just didn't do it for me -even in metal bikini.Sarah Brightman starship trooper was getting my undivided attention!


Ban.


Didn't do it for me, either I'm afraid.


The ban is for Sarah Frightman!
Twelfth Monkey

And at a lower fame level, William Christopher, alias Father Mulcahy in M*A*S*H.

At least he was into his mid-eighties.
simonp

Rather more tenuous, but apparently Zsa Zsa Gabor's adopted son died a few days after she did, all be it after a motorcycle accident.

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