Kyle Kennedy speaks out.
This is heartbreaking.
Michael Mantenuto, one of the stars of Disney's Miracle, is dead at 35.
He was found in his car by police in Des Moines, Washington, on Monday, dead of a gunshot wound. TMZ reports the coroner is ruling his death a suicide.
Mantenuto was one of a number of young, first-time film actors to star in the 2004 retelling of the U.S. Hockey Team's 1980 "Miracle on Ice" game against a much stronger Russian team, playing real-life Olympic star Jack O'Callahan. He was only 22 at the time.
He went on to act in a movie called Dirtbags and Matthew McConaughey's Surfer, Dude before leaving acting to join the army, ending up in the esteemed Special Forces.
Such a tragic, shocking end to his story.
[Image via Disney.]
In a new Vanity Fair piece called Inside the Trump Marriage: Melania's Burden, author Evgenia Peretz examines the relationship between our new POTUS and First Lady — and unlike many of the political power couples before them, this is truly a sad story.
The outlet starts at the very beginning of the romance (for lack of a better word), revealing how the former model was secured a visa by a modeling agent/Trump friend, and how she later met the controversial businessman at a NYC party where he secretly asked for her number while his real date was using the restroom. Classy.
From there, sources close to the couple say Melania was the "perfect match" for The Donald because
Despite Khloé Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner's recent attempt at reconciling for the KUWTK cameras, it sounds like their estrangement is pretty set in stone. As we previously reported, the I Am Cait star stopped by Andy Cohen's SiriusXM radio show in order to promote her new memoir on Wednesday.
According to the The Secrets of My Life author, the Revenge Body star has iced her out for the last two years. Miz Jenner noted to Andy: