Lebron James penned a touching letter to Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old college basketball player who died from brain cancer. James wrote:
Dear Lauren Hill,
You are the true definition of strength, courage, power, leadership, etc etc! Your time spent on earth will never be forgotten.
I [hate] that I never got the chance to meet u in person but know you inspired me the whole time! For every life u touched, u made the biggest impact of them by just being YOU!!
You’re in a far better place now and please don’t have too much fun up there w/o all your family and friends.
Can u please tell my Grandma I said hello. Don’t be afraid, she knows you cause we spoke about u plenty of times Until we officially meet again, take care and continue to be that LEADER we all love!
Rest in peace, Lauren Hill.
Empire‘s Bryshere Gray might be romantically linked to an aspiring singer from Philly, named Allonie Janet.
Numerous pictures of the two have surfaced on the web, raising questions about the status of their relationship. Click here to see the photos and judge for yourself.
— Fran Drescher (@frandrescher) April 8, 2015
Fran Drescher is defying the odds.
The former Nanny star shared a selfie the other day and in it, she’s wearing absolutely no makeup. Despite being sick, Fran looked great! Can you believe she’s 57?!
After several decades of killing it in the music industry, Madonna is still the coolest girl on the planet.
The 56-year-old icon stopped by Jimmy Fallon‘s The Tonight Show earlier this week and performed a fun version of her hit “Holiday” with the host and the band. Check out the performance above.
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