Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson
If weeks get sadder than this one, we don't want to see them. We said goodbye to three entertainment legends, one of them the most influential performer in the world. We've never been so grateful for the light moments. Welcome to Top Moments, goodbyes edition.
Ryan O'Neal and Farrah Fawcett
Celebrities, colleagues and friends of Farrah Fawcett remembered the actress after her death on Thursday. Fawcett had been battling cancer. She was 62.
Ryan O'Neal, Fawcett's longtime partner, told People:
"She's gone. She now belongs to the ages. She's now with her mother and sister and her God. I loved her with all my heart. I will miss her so ...
Never mind Michael Jackson's superior singing, dancing and cultural import, "he defined the video age," legendary music producer Tommy Mottola told Larry King on CNN Tuesday night. These five clips show him at his finest — what are your favorites? Watch and then vote in our poll after the jump.
We're only a few episodes into Season 3 of Army Wives, but the drama is already at an all-time high in the Sherwood family. TVGuide.com caught up with Terry Serpico, who plays the stringent Frank Sherwood, to find out what he thinks drove Denise to have an extramarital tryst, why her best gal pals are giving her the cold shoulder and what's next for the troubled couple.
TVGuide.com: So where do we pick up this week with the Frank-and-Denise saga?
Terry Serpico: This week, Frank is on his way home [from his mission]. He's on his way to deal with his domestic situation under the guise of being reassigned. But the unspoken assignment is to deal with his wife. And in his return, there is the obvious confrontation where he wants to hear from her about the affair. All he knows is she's been terminated from her job and the rest is all rumors.
TVGuide.com: Why do you think Denise, who was once such a doting wife, ended up having an affair?
Serpico: Denise was kind of denied a ...
Michael Jackson's friends and colleagues react to his shocking death Thursday with their condolences and remembrances:
From the publicist of Jackson's friend Dame Elizabeth Taylor:
"Dame Elizabeth Taylor is too devastated by the passing of her dear friend Michael Jackson to issue a statement at this time. We will direct her words to you once we receive them." Read on for more from Madonna, Quincy Jones and others...
Michael Jackson, the "King of Pop" who rose from poverty to stardom alongside his brothers in The Jackson 5 and solo success to become the most influential entertainer of his era, has died. He was 50.
Jackson suffered cardiac arrest and was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital on Thursday. One of his brothers, Jermaine, said at a news conference that Jackson's personal doctor as well as paramedics and a team at UCLA Medical Center tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate him.
See Michael Jackson's life in photos
Jermaine Jackson said cardiac arrest was the likely cause of death, but that it wouldn't be certain until an autopsy. Police said the body was with the coroner's office, and that robbery-homicide detectives would investigate, which is customary in high-profile deaths.
For all Jackson's accomplishments in music and humanitarian endeavors, his entire adult life was one attempt after another to recapture a childhood he felt he'd never known.
Michael Jackson suffered cardiac arrest on Thursday and paramedics who rushed to the singer's home found he was not breathing, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The paramedics performed CPR and took Jackson to UCLA Medical Center, the newspaper quoted Los Angeles Fire Department Capt. Steve Ruda as saying. Ruda confirmed ...
Supermodel Rachel Hunter and her hockey-playing fiancé Jarret Stoll have called off their wedding.
Tina Fey (30 Rock), Peter Krause (Parenthood)
NBC has released their fall TV premiere plan, the last of the broadcast networks to take a stab at doing so. (ABC, it should be noted, still owes us a few dates. Hint-hint.)
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See how it all shakes out, after the jump.