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Thread: O/T Celebrity R.I.P.'s #4

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    Remember the fantastic episode with Manuel's pet rat, which he also called Basil

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    2016 takes yet another of my musical heroes, Greg Lake.

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    RIP Greg, and thanks for the music.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoxHGxQw9ws

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    Also gone a very great actor maybe, Peter Vaughan. I say maybe because I have the feeling possibly he was just being himself.

    For me his best parts were as Wolfie's potential father in law in Citizen Smith and the in house hard case in Porridge.

    RIP Peter.
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    Zsa Zsa Gabor, died of heart failure aged 99. What a cracker she was.

    RIP old girl.

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    Rick Parfitt RIP



    Hopefully Rick's passing will round off what's been a prettty miserable year for Rock'n'Roll

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    Gutted another Rock 'n' Roll Legend leaves us!! RIP Rick



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    Brilliant track Eve! RIP Rick Parfitt and thanks for your contribution to some great music!

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    The Quo have been wrongly mocked for decades. For some reason they became an easy target.
    You don't stay on top of your game for 50 years if you can only play three chords.

    Bless you Rick, it's probably about time you had a rest.

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    RIP Rick Parfitt, easily recognised music and tunes from Status Quo, after all his health problems down the years he can rest in peace.

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    George Michael passed away at home, age 53.

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    Bloody hell.

    Wham Bam, goodnight.
    Never a fan but 53 is no age no matter what the profession.
    This will be his Last Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newcy Wolf View Post
    Bloody hell.

    Wham Bam, goodnight.
    Never a fan but 53 is no age no matter what the profession.
    This will be his Last Christmas.
    Bloody hell, what a shock. Like you no fan but 53, come on!

    RIP George.

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    Aww FFS twenty sixteen, this is taking the mick now... the year has taken yet another star from us.
    I always was a fan of Wham (it was an 80s thing lol) and I did like some of George's more recent music as well.
    This is awful news that hes no longer with us

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    RIP George Michael, his music is easily recognisable, whether it was with Wham or duets with the likes of Aretha Franklin and Mary J Blige. One of the biggest Christmas songs ever, Last Christmas, and what a time for him to go. His age of 53 is no age to go though.

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    If He was playing a live gig down the bottom of my garden I'd draw the curtains, but loads of people did love him and being hauled in at 53 seems at Tad unfair, rest easy Georgios Kyriacos .

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    Carrie Fisher passed away yesterday morning. Could have been a massive star if not for her issues with substance abuse, but she was still loved by many. One of the first women I fell in love with because of her portrayal as Princess Leia.

    Will be interesting if they kill off her character in Episode VIII now or if they'll use a digital version like they did in Rogue One. She was signed on for Episode IX.

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    Makes you think ............

    The year 2016 has been called that of the big celebrity death. But alongside notable names such as Bowie, Muhammad Ali and Victoria Wood, were others - many of whom had not lived in quite such an intense public glare.

    With the first months of the year seeing a flurry of death announcements, it has been suggested that 2016 has seen a higher than normal number of "famous deaths".

    Now, at the year's end, take a closer look at the lives of 34 people - some better known than others - who died in the past 12 months. And then scroll on to see who else we said goodbye to in 2016.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-38418802

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    RIP Roger Moore, famous in my eyes for James Bond and also The Saint.

    RIP Roger Moore

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    See ya bigman. RIP.

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    Hey lads this was always a popular thread on here wasnt it (and not for the right reasons of course!).

    I was always a big fan of Roger Moore as 'Bond' in the 70's, I think he took the Bond character to something different from what fans were used to after Sean Connery.

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