Officials are now waiting on toxicology results to get further information.
We hope his friends and family get some closure with this sad passing.
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Tyra Banks is coming back to TV, y'all!
The docuseries titled, TransAmerica, will be an eight-episode show following a group of Chicago women who are united by their common characteristic of being transgender.
The series will explore their day-to-day lives, how they're building their careers and how their sexuality has an impact on their daily life.
Carmen Carrera, a model and activist, is said to lead the five women in the hour-long series.
Tyra said of her new docuseries:
We loved her on The Simple Life…
Couldn't get enough of her designer dish on Fashion Star…
#CandidlyNicole is based on the 32-year-old's über popular AOL Web series—which comes straight from her Twitter feed, tackling everything from beauty to parenting, and beyond!
The cable show will include eight half-hour episodes premiering July 17, with brand spankin' new HIGHlarious content!
We can't wait to LOL hard come summertime!
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The drama between these three will just never end, will it?
Brandi Glanville and her ex Eddie Cibrian are not only battling it out with their child support shiz, but in the latest news, it seems that Brandi wants to make sure that she's still momma bear out to protect her baby cubs.
See, like we told you, LeAnn Rimes and Eddie are currently filming their reality show for VH1, and even though LeAnn seems to be one good stepmommy to Eddie and Brandi's boys, 10-year-old Mason and 6-year-old Jake, Brandi is stopping them from appearing on their show.
In fact, she got pretty uptight about it when asked about it during her recent podcast. She flat out said:
Nick Carter is headed back to reality TV and it's coming soon!
Soon as in Summer 2014!
VH1 unveiled their line-up of new unscripted shows they're debuting and I ♥ Nick Carter was one of them!
The reality show follows the Backstreet Boy's current love life with his fiancé Lauren Kitt and it documents their journey to saying "I do!"
We can't wait to see how it all goes down!
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Reality television is contrived and staged? We never would've believed it!
The whole thing was recorded on VH1's Couples Therapy including one part where Jon apparently called up Kate and yelled at her before later saying: