MOVIES 

James Bond Actor Sean Connery dead at 90

Sean Connery, the first and widely-regarded best James Bond ever … has died. Connery became an enormous star in 1962 with the release of “Dr. No,” but not without difficulty. James Bond creator Ian Fleming felt he was unrefined and wanted someone suave like Cary Grant. Fleming relented and ultimately said it was a great choice. Sean starred in 7 Bond films between ’62 and ’83. Among the films — “From Russia with Love,” “Goldfinger,” “Thunderball,” “You Only Live Twice,” “Diamonds are Forever,” and “Never Say Never Again.” Connery had…

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STYLE 

‘Mr. Bojangles’ Songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker Dead At 78

Breaking News Legendary country singer/songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker, famous for writing one of the most iconic country/folk/pop songs ever has died. Jerry had a storied career, but his crowning achievement came when he got inspired after meeting a New Orleans street performer in a drunk tank. That interaction led to the song, “Mr. Bojangles,” which he recorded in 1968. The song didn’t hit big until 2 years later, when the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band recorded it and it became a huge hit. “Mr. Bojangles” became a staple for numerous singers…

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MUSIC 

The Outfield Singer Tony Lewis Dead at 62

Tony Lewis — best known as the “Your Love” singer for the British rock band The Outfield — has died. Tony reportedly died Tuesday near his home in London. The cause of death was not revealed. The musician, songwriter and record producer co-founded The Outfield with Alan Jackman and John Spinks. Their music roared in the 1980s with hit tracks like “Your Love,” “All The Love” and “Say It Isn’t So.” The Outfield’s debut album was “Play Deep” in 1985 … which would go on to reach triple platinum sales…

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STYLE 

Spencer Davis, Founder of Famous ’60s Beat Band Dead at 81

Spencer Davis, whose namesake ’60s beat band — The Spencer Davis Group — had the iconic hit, “Gimme Some Lovin’” … has died. A family source tells TMZ The Welsh musician died peacefully Monday in a California hospital of heart failure. Davis had an extraordinary career that spanned 6 decades … and the source emphasized how much he’ll be missed by his friends, family and loved ones. Davis formed the British group bearing his name in 1963, which featured himself on guitar and Pete York on drums … and he…

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NEWS 

Skateboarding Legend Keith Hufnagel Dead At 46 After Battle With Brain Cancer

Breaking News Legendary skater Keith Hufnagel — one of the most influential skateboarders of all time — passed away earlier this week at the age of 46. Hufnagel had been battling brain cancer for the past 2 and a half years … and fought to beat his original diagnosis. Hufnagel — who was born in NYC in 1974 — had a massive impact on the East Coast skating scene in the ’90s … and beyond. In addition to being a badass on the board, Hufnagel was also the founder of…

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BEAUTY 

Beauty Influencer Ethan is Supreme Dead at 17 After Apparent Overdose

Up and coming beauty influencer Ethan Peters — AKA, Ethan is Supreme — has died … according to those closest to him. Peters appears to have passed away this weekend from an apparent overdose of what might be Percocet (an opioid) … this according to his best friend and musician Ava Louise, who claims the guy had an addiction that he developed over the past couple years or so. My best friend in the entire world, my twin flame…..the only person there for me when I had no one. I…

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FASHION 

Fashion Brand Founder Kenzo Takada Dead from Coronavirus

Breaking News Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada has died from coronavirus. Kenzo, the first Japanese designer to have ensconced himself in the fashion capital of the world — Paris, France — died Sunday in the hospital. His spokesperson confirms Kenzo’s death was the result of COVID. Kenzo’s designs featured colorful graphic and floral prints. He was hugely popular, both for his high fashion and luxury day-to-day streetwear. The designer sold his brand to LVMH back in 1993 and stepped away from the brand 6 years later. Kenzo was born in…

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TV 

‘Name That Tune’ Game Show Host Tom Kennedy Dead at 93

Breaking News Tom Kennedy — one of America’s most recognizable game show hosts … known for a slew of shows including “Name That Tune” — has died, according to his friend, Steve Beverly. The cause of death is not known but Tom had been ill for several months. The guy was a titan of television, having served as host of a number of hit game shows including “Split Second,” “You Don’t Say!” and of course … ‘NTT,’ which he hosted for a number of years in the ’70s and ’80s.…

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TV 

‘Goldfinger’ Model & Bond Girl Margaret Nolan Dead at 76

Breaking News Margaret Nolan — who served as the iconic golden-plated babe portrayed in the opening sequence of “Goldfinger” — has died. The legendary British artist and glamour model passed away last week, according to her son, Oscar Deeks. The news wasn’t broken, however, until Sunday when director Edgar Wright — who’d cast Margaret in a film of his set to be released next year — posted on Twitter. It’s my sad duty to report that actress and artist, the magnificent Margaret Nolan has passed away. She was the middle…

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