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Robin Thicke Shares Throwback With Late Dad Alan Thicke
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Robin Thicke Shares Throwback With Late Dad Alan Thicke

Robin Thicke remembered his father, Alan Thicke, nearly six years after his death. The Masked Singer panelist took to Instagram earlier this week to pay homage to his late dad with an old throwback photo of the father-son duo lounging on a boat. In the pic, Robin wore a backward hat while reaching to put a hand on his dad's shoulder as they sat in a boat on the water. Alan, sporting bathing suit bottoms and retro sunglasses, looked off into the distance in this sweet throwback pic. "Missing my Pops today!" Robin captioned the heartfelt post, calling his dad "Mr cool." Alan tragically passed away in December 2016 after what was determined as a "ruptured aorta" and a "standard type A aortic dissection," according to the death certificate shared with People. Alan—a legendary Canadian actor...
Celebrity Tributes Pour in After Irene Cara’s Death
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Celebrity Tributes Pour in After Irene Cara’s Death

After the news of award-winning singer, songwriter, and actress Irene Cara's death, fellow musicians and beloved Hollywood talent have made tributes to the late star on social media. The Oscar and Grammy winner passed away in her Florida home at age 63, and her cause of death was not immediately known, according to an official statement from Cara's publicist, Judith A. Moose. Beside the official statement, Moose tweeted a personal message, "This is the absolute worst part of being a publicist. I can't believe I've had to write this, let alone release the news. Please share your thoughts and memories of Irene. I'll be reading each and every one of them and know she'll be smiling from Heaven. She adored her fans."After Moose shared the sad news, several celebrities also shared statements ...
Backstreet Boys Honor Aaron Carter in Emotional Tribute During Concert
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Backstreet Boys Honor Aaron Carter in Emotional Tribute During Concert

The Backstreet Boys paid a special tribute to Nick Carter's brother, Aaron Carter, during their concert at the O2 arena on Nov. 6.The band paused midway through the show to honor Aaron, who passed away on Saturday, Nov. 5 in his California home. He was only 34.The emotional tribute began during the song "No Place" as pictures of the band's family members appeared on the screen behind them. Nearing the end of the song, the screen went black and showed photos of Nick and Aaron, ending with an image of Aaron with text that read: “Aaron Carter 1987-2022.”“Thank you so much, London,” Kevin Richardson said. “That was our latest and very last single off of the ‘DNA’ album. And that song is very special to us because that song is about family. And everybody in here, we all grew up together."“We...