They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are no doubt the queens of comedy these days!
But the Sisters stars — like many others — regard another truly talented actress as a trailblazer for women and comedy! In case you don't know who she is, we'll help…
And over 50 years later, Tina and Amy will present the comedic legend with her life achievement award at this year's SAG Awards! AH-mazing!
Need more hints? Well, she costarred in the 1982 movie version of Annie…
At the end of each episode of her show, this funny lady would tug her left ear — which was a special message to her grandmother saying, "Hello, I love you."
Give up? The recipient is…
Those lovely ladies from The Mary Tyler Moore Show have reunited and it feels OH so good!!
And even though Valerie was recently diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, from what we can tell, the occasion was stuffed with love, laughter, and friendship!
We really hope this isn't true, but according to sources close to Mary Tyler Moore, she's losing her battle with diabetes.
Apparently the 75-year-old star is going blind, has difficulty walking and suffers from life-threatening heart and kidney problems.
Ugh, we are so sad about this, and these are the hard-to-hear things that the source had to say:
The procedure wasn't due to a health emergency, but instead elective. However, any kind of brain surgery involving a tumor (benign or not) sounds horrifying, so CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explained in further detail why Mary Tyler Moore's doctors decided to remove it now.
Check out the video above for a better understanding of the actress' medical diagnosis!
Mary Tyler Moore went under the knife for a four-hour operation to remove a small tumor on the lining tissue of her skull.
"According to her surgeon, she tolerated the procedure without difficulty and is recovering nicely with her husband at her bedside," said her representative.
The type of tumor she had is called meningioma, and the doctors say that she will require no further surgery.
Great news! Love it!
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