Kelly Ripa Is So Distraught By Michael Strahan's Live Exit — She Cancelled Her 20th Anniversary Vacation!
She must really be going through it.
That's because a source close to Kel spoke to Daily Mail on Thursday and revealed that she's so devastated by the news that she's actually cancelled her and Mark Consuelos' 20th Anniversary vacation to Turks and Caicos this weekend!
The source did not hold back from accusing the network of intentionally releasing the Good Morning America casting news ahead of her romantic trip, saying:
Prince's music is sure to stand the test of time.
On Thursday, the icon's albums The Very Best of Prince, Purple Rain, and The Hits/The B-Sides took the top three spots on iTunes. The musician's hit single Purple Rain is currently at No. 7 on the list of top songs.
Given the outpouring of respect and love for the singer since his untimely passing, we're not surprised to see his music soar to the top of the charts. We have a feeling this will continue to be the trend for days to come.
OK, this is a joke — right?
RIGHT, Perezcious readers?!
Well, considering the two ladies are technically co-parenting little King Cairo — we're happy to see them being civil! LOL!
So civil, that the lipstick creators were, you know, just hanging out…
Prince To Be Honored By Minnesota Twins & Other Minnesota Sports Teams In The Wake Of His Passing — Tributes HERE
Prince's entire home state is mourning his passing today.
The Minnesota Twins baseball team lit up Target Field in purple and put up several pictures that read "Good night sweet Prince 1958-2016" in honor of the legendary musician.
A tribute is in the beginning planning stages as well.
A representative for the team said:
"I'm sure [the tribute] will include a lot of Prince music. I don't know if it'll happen, but were talking about instead of a moment of silence, having a moment of sexy."
Several other Minnesota sports teams honored the singer on social media, with the Vikings issuing a statement:
"Like the rest of the world, we are shocked and saddened today by Prince's death. As one of the most influential music icons, Prince was an incredible representative of Minnesota who helped put Minneapolis-St. Paul on the map. He was a brilliant performer and a better person. We will forever be proud and grateful that he considered himself a Vikings fan. Our thoughts and prayers are with Prince's family at this time."
Read some of the Twitter tributes (below):
The Minnesota United have a game in a few days, and maybe will have something planned for the Purple One as well.
One thing is clear — Prince meant a lot to many.
[Image via Twitter.]
As you know, Prince unexpectedly died on Thursday morning at the age of 57.
Now, the harrowing 911 phone call made at 9:43 a.m. from his Minnesota estate has been released.
In the clip, you can hear the emergency dispatcher sending help for a "male down not breathing."
Summarized by USA Today, Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson confirmed the singer to have been found unresponsive in an elevator:
"Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson confirmed Thursday afternoon that deputies and medics were dispatched to Paisley Park around 9:43 a.m. CT, where they found the singer unresponsive in an elevator. Their attempts to revive him failed and he was pronounced dead at 10:07 a.m. The department's statement added that it is still investigating the death with assistance from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office."
Take a listen to the tragic call (below):
It's almost impossible to overstate Prince's influence — and not just on the music world.
The music legend even inspired future world leaders.
President Barack Obama himself released an official statement on :
[Image via Getty Images.]