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Fake Twitter Accounts Suspended After Spreading Queen Elizabeth Death Hoax Following The Monarch's 'Heavy Cold'!

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Twitter save the Queen!

After yet another excruciating week of loss in a painful year of celebrity deaths, many fear that 2016 still hasn't finished taking cultural icons away from us.

Related: Prince Harry More 'Serious' Than Ever About Meghan Markle!

That familiar panic flooded the interwebs after at least two fake BBC accounts spread a false claim that Queen Elizabeth II had died on Thursday.

The death hoax ignited a social media wildfire of dread after multiple accounts, including two with the Twitter handles @BBCNewsUKI and @BBCNewsUKk, posted the following message:

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Nick Cannon Announces He's Left The Hospital After Having Five Blood Transfusions

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Wow! That's a LOT of blood!

Nick Cannon had been checked into the hospital earlier this month due to his battle with lupus, and even spent the holidays in a bed at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

Related: Nick Is A Coparenting King!

But, on Thursday night, the Wild 'N Out personality took to Instagram to reveal he was finally free!

The actor shared a video of himself after he "broke out" of the facility, exclaiming:

"By his stripes I am healed! Ain't no hospital bed that can hold me!"

The 36-year-old told his 1.8 million followers that he had a TON of transfusions while at Cedars, saying:

"Five blood transfusions, what? Naw, it ain't nothing. Let's go."

DAMN!

And in the vid's caption, the America's Got Talent host explained he had been at the hospital for two weeks, and joked about his release, writing:

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Debbie Reynolds' Son Reveals Her Death 'Happened Very Gently' Despite The Icon's Declining Health

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At least Debbie Reynolds went peacefully.

On Wednesday, the Hollywood icon tragically passed away after suffering a stroke. The 84-year-old had been at her son's home, planning the funeral of her daughter, Carrie Fisher, who had died only one day earlier.

Related: Debbie's Will & Grace Costars React To Her Death

The late legend's son, Todd Fisher, had previously revealed his mother's last words were "I want to be with Carrie," and explained in a new interview with ABC News on Thursday that the Singin' In The Rain star had gotten her wish, saying:

"She loved taking care of my sister more than anything. So, she gets to do that, and that's what she wanted to do. I don't think she really meant it quite like that, but … she went to go see her again."

The filmmaker also revealed that the Texas native's death was a gentle one, recalling:

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Hollywood Icon Debbie Reynolds Has Died At 84

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Rest in peace, Debbie.

Another legend lost.

Debbie Reynolds has died at the age of 84, only one day after daughter Carrie Fisher's own passing. On Wednesday, the iconic actress was rushed to the hospital after reportedly suffering a stroke.

Her son, Todd Fisher revealed the tragic news later that day.

Sources told TMZ that, before her hospitalization, Debbie was planning her daughter's funeral at Todd's house had been devastated over the Star Wars alum's untimely death.

Related: Carrie Remembered By Ex Paul Simon

The Texas native was nominated for a Golden Globe for her breakout role in the 1950 flick Three Little Words, but really skyrocketed to fame at 19 as the leading lady in Singin' In The Rain.

Throughout her expansive career, Debbie appeared in notable films like The Unsinkable Molly Brown, How The West Was Won, Bundle Of Joy, and many, many more.

Over the years, the late legend had also been nominated for multiple Emmys, Globes, and an Oscar, and in 2014, Ms. Reynolds was awarded the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award.

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this terrible tragedy, especially Billie Lourd, who has now lost both her mother and grandmother in such a short time.

Rest in peace, Debbie.

[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]

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ICYMI: Carrie Fisher's Brother Todd Breaks His Silence After The Iconic Actress' Death

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Carrie Fisher's brother has finally broken his silence.

On Wednesday, Todd Fisher went on social media to open up about the devastating loss of his sister. The 58-year-old took to Twitter to remember the Star Wars icon, and mourn her untimely passing.

Related: Carrie's Half-Sisters React To Her Death

The filmmaker reflected:

The heartfelt post was shared only a couple of hours before his mother, Debbie Reynolds, suffered a possible stroke and was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital.

The 84-year-old was reportedly at Todd's house discussing Carrie's funeral plans when she had a medical emergency.

Our hearts are with Todd and all of Carrie and Debbie's loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.

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Carrie Fisher's Half-Sister Joely Fisher Sends Hopeful Thoughts To 'Mama' Debbie Reynolds Amid Hospitalization

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This is just so sad.

On Wednesday, Debbie Reynolds was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital for suffering a possible stroke, just one day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher, tragically passed away from cardiac arrest.

When the word got out, the Star Wars icon's half-sister, Joely Fisher, took to Twitter to wish the 84-year-old well, affectionately referring to her as "mama."

Related: Joely Mourns Carrie's Death

The 49-year-old shared a sweet snap of herself with the acclaimed actress at the 2010 premiere of the HBO autobiographical documentary about Carrie, Wishful Drinking, and expressed hopeful thoughts in the caption, posting:

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JWoww, William Shatner, George Takei, & More Celebs React To Debbie Reynolds' Hospitalization

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Hollywood is rattled by the news of Debbie Reynolds' sudden hospitalization.

On Wednesday, the 84-year-old was rushed to the hospital after suffering a medical emergency while planning Carrie Fisher's funeral at her son's Beverly Hills home.

Related: Stars React To Carrie Fisher's Death

TMZ is reporting the icon's condition was "fair to serious" when she was being transported to a nearby hospital, and that she possibly had a stroke.

This scary situation arose just one day after the legendary actress' daughter passed away from cardiac arrest, and Ms. Reynolds had reportedly been distraught ever since the Star Wars alum first suffered a massive heart attack last week.

In the wake of the terrifying news, celebs like William Shatner, George Takei, and more have flocked to Twitter to express their concern and share their well-wishes for the Texas native.

You can see their touching tributes (below):

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