Here we go again.
James wrote a letter to Congress revealing the renewed investigation, saying:
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The Purple One may be gone, but his legacy continues to live on.
On Thursday, the singers took the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to duet on Prince's I Feel for You. The duo then performed the late singer's hit 1999, getting the sold-out audience partying like it was, well… 1999.
The celebration also included a message from President Obama, who kicked off the event in a video message praising the music icon, saying:
"Thank you, Prince … for all the great work that you've done. You'll be in our hearts forever."
Ch-ch-check out some fan footage of the show (below)!
Many are still shaken by the untimely passing of professional skateboarder and model Dylan Rieder.
As we previously reported, the California native passed away on October 12 after losing his battle with leukemia. He was 28-years-old.
On Rieder's death, Hawk noted to People:
It's never easy dealing with a loss…
Last December, Kristin Cavallari's brother Michael died of hypothermia following a car crash in Grand County, Utah. He was 30 years old.
While she found strength in her children — especially daughter Saylor who was born a month before Michael's death — the reality TV personality knew she had to move on.
Jay Cutler's wife said:
Paris Jackson had a really dark moment with Criss Angel!
For those who didn't know, Michael Jackson's daughter first met the illusionist years ago when the late pop star took her to see one of his performances.
Well, for an episode of the illusionist's A&E show Trick'd Up, things got really intense during her appearance as she clasped hands with Angel as part of a mental exercise — except it took a turn.
The celebrity magician said to the 18-year-old:
"Paris, look deep into my eyes — you're going to feel a surge of energy. What do you see?"
A terrified Paris responded:
As you may know by now, actor Tommy Ford, who was best known for his role of Tommy on Martin, passed away on Wednesday — and the late star is receiving a lot of love online.
Ford, who was 52 years old at the time of his passing, suffered an aneurysm that ruptured in his abdomen and was put on life support before the plug was pulled yesterday.
Even though Ford may be gone, he apparently had a lot of people who cared about him as various friends like Steve Harvey, Vivica A. Fox, and other stars took to Instagram and Twitter to pay tribute to the late actor.
The co-creator and star of Martin, Martin Lawrence, who also happened to play Tommy's BFF in the show, was among the celebs to leave a heartwarming message as he wrote on IG, saying: