So sad and scary.
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On Thursday, Al Molinaro passed away at a hospital in Wisconsin. According to his son, the Happy Days alum was suffering from gallstones, but decided that — since he was 96 years old — he didn't want to have surgery.
The actor was on the popular sitcom for ten years, playing Al Delvecchio, AKA Big Al, the chef at Arnold's Drive-In who eventually went on to own the establishment.
The thespian also maintained his role in the spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi, in which he iconically set up long-winded stories by saying:
"Yep, yep, yep, yep, yep, yep, yep…"
He also appeared in the 1976 film Freaky Friday, The Odd Couple, and even Weezer's Buddy Holly music video. The Wisconsin native later retired from acting in 1992.
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No longer a Dadager!
Recently, the 57-year-old opened up about his passion!
The former reality TV star confesses that he has always loved being behind the lens
On Friday, the 53-year-old took to Twitter to open up about her teenager's latest social media post regarding their ongoing family drama.
About a week and a half ago, the 18-year-old used the status-sharing site to write a note asking internet users to keep her out of conversations centered on her famous mom, writing:
"I don't want to come off rude, that is not my intention. However, I have asked not to be brought into any Rosie drama and that I don't want to hear anything about her. I would appreciate it if anyone who is tagging me or asking me questions about her would please stop. Thank you."
That didn't seem to sit well with the comedian, because she just tweeted a screenshot of Chelsea's plea along with a fairly recent selfie, writing:
"18 years ago tomorrow—I met my daughter for the first time…a plea 10 days ago…now a photo shoot #choices."
Take a look at her post (below):
We just hope she's right!
On the flip side, the feng shui enthusiast is 100% confident regarding her marriage to David Beador!
In case you didn't know, fans of RHOC were shocked when Miz Beador's beau admitted he had an affair.
Well according to the lemon lover, the past is behind them.
All good things must come to an end, we suppose.
On Friday, the network released a new promo for the popular program's 15th season, and it's quite an emotional ride!
The clip starts off with a throwback shot of Kelly Clarkson, the show's first champion, admitting she wants to be "the next American Idol," and segues seamlessly into her performance of A Moment Like This from the night she won the whole thing.
The 33-year-old's debut single continues in the background as a montage of other past winners and famous faces flash across the screen as the video encourages us to "discover an idol one last time."
It shows some of the most iconic moments in show history, sneaks in shots of the upcoming audition crowds, and even gives us a glimpse of ex-judge Simon Cowell!
Take a look at the beginning of the end for this television staple (below)!
But when the Hollywood hottie was asked what he would choose as his last meal on Earth, he didn't opt for some high-class, five-star, fine dining experience!
Instead, he admitted the last thing he ever wants to taste is something sweet and sentimental, selecting:
"My grandmother's cheesecake."
Awwwww! Our hearts just melted.
And it turns out the 40-year-old raved quite a bit about his grandmother on set, too! Co-star Sienna Miller explained that the actor frequently reminisced about her cooking, saying:
"His memories of childhood are all around his grandmother making pasta and dough and I love that image."
Bradley also admitted that his experiences with his family really allowed him to connect with his character while they were shooting, confessing:
"At one point they are in the fish market talking about the dough in his grandmother's wedding ring. My grandmother always had flour caked in her engagement ring."
Too cute! What a tender answer to such a morbid question!
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The Lohans are one unlucky bunch!
On Friday, Michael Lohan Jr. was arrested in New York City for criminal impersonation and possession of a forged instrument.
What the what?
Here's how it went down — cops became suspicious when they spotted a car (Lohan's) parked by an expired meter which had an official New York State executive ranch placard on the dashboard that stated: "official business".
Once authorities confronted the actor, he couldn't prove that he worked for the executive branch and therefore he was arrested.
Mike was charged and then released with a court date of December 14.
Sheesh! At this point, the only people who haven't been arrested in the Lohan family are Cody and Aliana Lohan!
For some reason, we have a feeling this won't be the last Lohan family arrest…
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