The sad news of Mary Tyler Moore's death broke today.
At 80 years old, we lost the TV icon who won us over with shows like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Mary and Rhoda.
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Many are mourning the loss of the charming actress, including many in Hollywood who were inspired and touched by her and her work.
Here is how stars are reacting to the tragic loss (below):
Hollywood is so heartbroken by this sad news.
On Wednesday, Debbie Reynolds passed away the very day after daughter Carrie Fisher's devastating death. The 84-year-old had succumbed to the stroke she had that afternoon.
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In the wake of her sad passing, celebs like Miley Cyrus, Ellen DeGeneres, Zoe Saldana, Lisa Vanderpump, Anna Kendrick, and more have flocked to Twitter to remember the iconic actress.
A-listers shared their sorrows and sympathies, and many of them reflected that Ms. Reynolds had died because she had been so brokenhearted over the loss of her daughter.
See their solemn reactions (below):
OK, we heard this movie was crazy — but DANG!
Kevin Smith's second teamup with Johnny Depp — who played the same unrecognizable French Canadian manhunter Guy LaPointe in the ridiculous horror film Tusk — may be the most ridiculous thing either has ever done.
What a way to introduce their daughters to the world!
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After real-life friends Lily-Rose Depp and Harley Quinn Smith made a cameo appearance in Tusk, Smith wrote a whole teen monster movie Yoga Hosers just for them.
Well, "monster" may be a stretch, since the villains appear to be tiny Nazis made out of sausage. Played by Kevin himself. Hey, we told you it was cray!
Ch-ch-check out the first trailer for Yoga Hosers (below)!
We just hope she makes a full recovery!
As we reported last August, Shannen Doherty revealed she had breast cancer, which she blames on her former business manager. In a lawsuit against Tanner, Mainstain, Glynn & Johnson, the Charmed star says the company was negligent in handling her health insurance.
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On Thursday, the 44-year-old appeared on The Dr. Oz Show where she opened up about her health battle.
Not surprisingly, her biggest worry is how her cancer will affect her loved ones.
In case you missed it, director Kevin Smith's daughter Harley Quinn had a scare over the weekend when two strangers attempted to pick her up by pretending to be Uber drivers.
The 16-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to share the unfortunate incident in hopes of being a cautionary tale for others.
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Harley appeared on Good Morning America on Friday to talk about the harrowing experience, and revealed that despite the circumstances, she still took the car service home that night:
"It was very, very scary. The second I started talking to them, I realized they were definitely not Uber drivers. They had just printed off the Uber symbol and put it on their car. I proceeded to take an Uber because you can't let things like that stop you from living your life."
And to be fair, the men trying to pick her up weren't affiliated with the car app. Nonetheless, it's still extremely important to make sure you are getting in the right vehicle when being picked up.
Hopefully others won't have to experience this for themselves now that Harley is sharing her story.
Stay safe, folks!
[Image via Instagram.]