Cancer is the worst!
Actor and comedian Taylor Negron passed away on Saturday at 57 years old, after battling cancer.
The official announcement was made by his cousin Chuck Negron, from Three Dog Night, who filmed an emotional video for Taylor's friends, family, and fans (below).
Taylor had a long career, appearing in films like
We are still reeling from the loss of Diem Brown. She lost her battle with cancer in November.
So this clip from MTV's The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2 is that much more bittersweet.
It's great to see Diem's smiling face on TV again but the reason she went on the show is so so sad. She said:
We're so happy for Camille Grammer!
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took to Twitter on Saturday to announce she's ONE YEAR cancer free!!
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What a GREAT way to start off the New Year!
The reality star tweeted:
The death of Stuart Scott has hit the sports and broadcasting world hard. Hardly anyone can talk about his passing without getting choked up.
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Rich Eisen (above) remembered his first day at ESPN, and his "TV wife" Scott, in an emotional report about the anchor's passing.
And Hannah Storm made sure to remind us all that Scott did NOT lose his battle with cancer, but rather, we all lost Stuart (below).
It's still hard to believe this fighter is gone…
This is heartbreaking.
ESPN anchor Stuart Scott inspired millions of people over his two-decade long battle with cancer. Sadly, he died on Sunday morning at the age of 49.
Scott, who was one of the network's most loved anchors, received the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance in July at the 2014 ESPY Awards, and he made it clear that he will not lose to cancer. He explained:
"When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live."
With those words in mind, Scott absolutely beat cancer by living a very full life!
ESPN's president John Skipper released a statement, saying
This is so sad! But at least he left behind a pretty great legacy.
Edward Herrmann recently passed away on December 31st after battling brain cancer, and the Gilmore Girls alum has been getting mad love from his co-stars from the ever so popular cult classic.
And the love does NOT appear to be stopping anytime soon!
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His co-stars definitely went to bat for their longtime close actor friend, and we were lovin' what they had to say about him!
Here's what Kelly Bishop said