Carrie Fisher was funny until the very end. Leave it to Carrie Fisher to find humor in death. The Star Wars actress was laid to rest on Friday with her mother, Debbie Reynolds, in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles, where Carrie made quite the entrance.
Hollywood is mourning the loss of legend Debbie Reynolds. Just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher’s death, the Singin’ in the Rain actress has passed away at age 84.
On what would have been the couple’s 24th wedding anniversary, Iman shared a photo with her late-husband David Bowie.
Lena Dunham took to Instagram on Wednesday to pay tribute to one of her Girls co-stars, Nick Lashaway, who was killed in a car accident on Sunday.
Rickey Smith, a Season 2 finalist on “American Idol,” died early Friday in a car crash just outside of Oklahoma City, TMZ reports. He was 36.
After a brief hospitalization last week, Prince died Thursday morning at his home in suburban Minneapolis, his publicist has confirmed. A legend since his second album Prince came out in 1979, the star’s seemingly sudden death has shocked the world. Long Live The King.
In the early hours of Monday, January 11, the world lost a rock legend: David Bowie. He passed away following a battle with cancer at 69 and, according to his family, he was surrounded by loved ones and went peacefully. His loss in the music world will certainly be felt deeply, with the decades of hits the legendary singer recorded. But he was a true artist in the fact that he wasn’t just his voice.
Ingrid Sischy left an indelible mark on pop culture with her intellect, profound profiles, unique vision, and utter devotion to tell a good story. She pursued John Galliano for a year to get the first unwavering interview with him for Vanity Fair following his dismissal from Dior, and during her days at Interview conducted in-depth tête-à-têtes with everyone from Nina Simone to Courtney Love to Jeff Koons to Sean Penn. Tellingly, her final piece was on a 7-year-old named Hudson Kroening (aka Karl Lagerfeld’s godson). As Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter wrote in his touching tribute to his top writer and co-conspirator, “Ingrid was a great friend and therefore she had a lot of friends.” Some her closest can only be labeled as icons within their respective fields — Lagerfeld, Miuccia Prada, Bruce Weber, Elton John, Helmut Lang, and many more. Here are some of the tributes pouring in from the Twitterverse. @InterviewMag: Ingrid Sischy was and always will be an integral part of Interview.