ANSWERS: 8
  • I think Sidney Portier would top the list for me. He was a pioneer in bringing respect to African American actors and only accepted roles that enhanced his professional dignity. He was his own man.
  • Queen Elizabeth II
  • Queen Elizabeth II. She was extremely popular and widely respected.
  • My niece Deanna was found strangled to death and buried in a shallow grave.
    • Army Veteran
      I think the asker was talking about celebrities. Thinking in general terms, I would have said my brother in September.
    • Linda Joy
      He never once said celebrity. He said: "Or someone else? " I just answered honestly. I'm sorry for your loss. I've lost two siblings myself.
  • Mine. (I got better...)
  • Why would I care about a celebrity dying they aren't my family Ive never meet them they arent my friends don't care about any of them. Couldn't give a shit. Line up like a sheep and take the poisen thats what happens get used to it.
    • Hulk70166
      Many people have an affinity for celebrities. They are in the business of being liked.
  • BTW I didn't add Irene Cara of Flash-dance. What a feeling. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/irene-cara-fame-flashdance-feeling-132342107.html😗
  • And Christine McVie, second lead singer to Fleetwood Mac died today. https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/30/entertainment/christine-mcvie-obit#:~:text=She%20was%2079.,the%20company%20of%20her%20family.%E2%80%9D

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