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  • He really was perfect - he's the only person I'll ever picture as Colonel Brandon.

    Ugh, I'm gutted. This is the worst fucking year ever. And it's only goddamn January!

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    • This year has been dreadful with losing some true talents and it continues as Harper Lee has died

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      • Aaaand Umberto Eco. At least he was 84.
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        • Garry Shandling
          Bitter Shipper

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          • I love his 1980s show SO MUCH!
            Itís just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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            • TMZ is saying that Prince is dead, you guys.


              http://www.tmz.com/2016/04/21/prince-dead-at-57/

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              • The world sucks.

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                • This is worse than Bowie for me.
                  Itís just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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                  • Same.




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                    • Seriously, I can't even believe it.

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                      • Noooooo. I loved him. RIP.
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                        • He was such a delightful weirdo. And he threw shade like nobody else.

















                          The Prince of Side-eye.


                          Great shady vid compilations here:


                          https://youtu.be/jVljx-0ev5w

                          https://twitter.com/WlZKHALlFA/statu...220288/video/1

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                          • I am legit devastated by this. Ugh, y'all. This hit me so much harder than any of the others. Prince was ALWAYS on in my room, in my car, in my dorm. The first time I drove by myself, I played Raspberry Beret and sang with the windows down because I was sixteen and FREE! I'm only listening to Prince until my period of mourning is over.

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                            • He was only 57 you guys. I still can't believe it.
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                              • I was thinking about the fact that there are some obvious parallels between Bowie and Prince: they were both one-of-a-kind creative weirdos (I mean that in the BEST way) who challenged our cultural ideas about masculinity.

                                And I find the fact that they died in the same year--a year when gender identity is at the forefront of some American politics, and at a time when young people are actually really challenging cultural notions of gender norms and asking older generations to wake up to the spectrum of gender and sexuality and identity--to be both sad and heartening. They really sowed the seeds for this movement.

                                Nobody looked as hot as Prince in his ridic floofy shirts and guyliner back in 1985. He really did transcend masculinity for me and forced me to question what I thought I knew (even at the age of 10--maybe especially at the age of 10).

                                I understood why people were upset about Bowie, but I always considered him to be of another generation. He was "older" and my mom dug his stuff more than I did. But Prince? Prince was of my era. He also seemed ageless and timeless and sexless but also insanely sexual. It didn't hurt that he was a musical genius and a true creative eccentric. And the fact that he scared the shit out of everybody's parents was truly a bonus.

                                It probably goes without saying that Purple Rain is easily one of the best albums of all time.
                                Itís just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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