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The obstacle course of red, white and blue tires is the same, but the dunk tank is a bit more extreme as ABC wages a new Battle of the Network Stars starting Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c.
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For the unfortunately uninitiated of you, gather ’round as I spin a yarn about the original intra-network “field day” competition that aired on ABC during the 1970s and ’80s, pitting the Alphabet network against CBS and NBC and… well, that was it, kids. PBS and the »
Erin Moran's final autopsy report confirms her cause of death.
The report (including toxicology results) obtained by Et confirmed that the Happy Days star died naturally from complications of stage 4 cancer. No illegal narcotics were involved in her death.
Moran, 59, was found unresponsive on April 22 by authorities in Indiana after they got a 911 call. Earlier reports from the Harrison County Sheriff's Department and the Harrison County Coroner's Office stated that the actress "likely succumbed to complications of stage 4 cancer."
The actress was best known for her role as Joanie Cunningham on Happy Days. The show ran for 11 seasons, with Moran portraying the character from 1974 to 1984 and reprising the role in the short-lived 1982 series Joanie Loves Chachi alongside Scott Baio.
Before Moran's cause of death was announced, Baio made »
Over the years, Andy Cohen has found a way to pull scoop after scoop of juicy celebrity revelations out of his famous guests with his signature Plead the Fifth game — and now it’s time for him to dish the dirt.
People and Entertainment Weekly‘s Editorial Director Jess Cagle turned the tables on the Watch What Happens Live host, and as expected, Cohen, 48, didn’t hold back — or plead the fifth!
First up? Naming one celebrity he’s hooked up with that people don’t know about.
“I made out with Jonathan Groff once,” he revealed. “That was in front of my apartment building. »
- Aurelie Corinthios
The stars from Happy Days came together Wednesday to remember their friend and castmate Erin Moran, who played Joanie Cunningham on the ’70s sitcom. Scott Baio, Cathy Silvers, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Ron Howard and Don Most attended the memorial service for Moran and posed for the group photo above. Baio posted the pic on his Twitter page, with the caption “Celebrating the life of #ErinMoran #HappyDaysFamily”. Celebrating the life of #ErinMoran #HappyDaysFamily @Real… »
The “Happy Days” cast gathered to remember their co-star Erin Moran following her death last month. According to Entertainment Tonight, the cast gathered at Marion Ross’ home in Woodland Hills, California — known as the “Happy Days Farm” — on Tuesday. Scott Baio, Anson Williams, Don Most, Cathy Silvers and Ron Howard came together to share memories of Moran, who passed away on April 22 at the age of 56. Baio shared a photo from the informal gathering on his Twitter account Wednesday. Also Read: Scott Baio Shares Note From Erin Moran's Husband: 'It Got So Bad So Fast' Celebrating the life of #ErinMoran. »
- Reid Nakamura
Erin Moran's TV family is honoring her life.
Several members of the Happy Days cast gathered for a mini reunion on Tuesday to pay respect to their former co-star after her death last month.
Marion Ross, who played Moran's on-screen mom, tells Et that she, Scott Baio, Anson Williams, Don Most, Cathy Silvers and Ron Howard gathered at Ross' Woodland Hills, California, home, known as the "Happy Days Farm," where they reminisced about the late actress, in what was not a formal memorial service.
Ross revealed that everyone shared stories and memories of Moran, adding that it seemed to be a fitting way to honor her.
Erin Moran's Happy Days co-stars gathered to celebrate her life. Reuniting for a group photo during Moran's memorial was Scott Baio, Cathy Silvers, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Ron Howard and Don Most. Moran passed away at the end of April at age 56, most likely of cancer. The Harrison County Sheriffs Department in Harrison County, Indiana, released a statement explaining, "On Saturday the 22nd day of April 2017, Erin Marie Moran-Fleischmann passed away at her residence located in New Salisbury, Ind. A joint investigation into Mrs. Moran's death was conducted by the Harrison County Sheriff's Department and the Harrison County Coroner's Office. A subsequent autopsy revealed that Mrs. Moran »
The actress, who played Joanie Cunningham on the hit show, died on April 22 at the age of 56 after quietly battling Stage 4 cancer. Coming together for a group photo during the memorial was Scott Baio, Cathy Silvers, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Ron Howard, and Don Most.
“It’s been a rough time,” said Howard. “My stepmother Judy passed away a couple of months ago, »
- Brittany King
Scott Baio’s wife Renee has defended the size of her husband’s penis. Tony Moran, the brother of Baio’s former Happy Days co-star Erin, mocked the size of Baio’s penis in an angry Facebook post this week. Moran insulted Baio after the latter suggested Moran’s sister, Erin Moran, died due to drug and alcohol abuse. Moran […]
- Aleks Simeonova
Erin Moran‘s widower has penned a heart-wrenching open letter detailing the actress’ final days leading up to her death.
Anson Williams, who starred opposite Moran on the 1970s comedy Happy Days, confirmed to People that the letter — initially shared in full by Scott Baio on Facebook — was penned by Steven Fleischmann in his honor of his late wife, who passed away at the age of 56 from stage 4 cancer on April 22 at her residence in New Salisbury, Indiana.
- Natalie Stone
Another week of ups and downs in Hollywood.
From more stars gone way too soon, to the Bachelorette baby boom – here’s what you missed in celebrity headlines.
Moran’s friend and former costar Anson Williams told People that Moran was unable to speak in her final days, and reports from local law enforcement also confirmed that she’d been relying on a feeding tube in her stomach. »
- Lindsay Kimble
“Facts of Life” star Charlotte Rae was diagnosed with bone cancer this week at the age of 91. The actress, who played beloved character Edna Garrett on the hit sitcom and its predecessor “Diff’rent Strokes,” said she is “not in any pain right now. I’m feeling so terrific and so glad to be above ground.” Rae told People that she got the bad news from her doctors on Monday, and the diagnosis comes after a prior battle with cancer. Also Read: Erin Moran's Brother Blasts Scott Baio: 'Scumbag Coward Piece of S--!' “About seven years ago, »
- Debbie Emery
If Scott Baio was still acting and was a much bigger star than he is, I get it. If he wasn’t one of the headliners of Trump’s Rnc event, I’d get that too. But to see Scott Baio in the news at all is just really irritating at this point. He already made a pretty big fool of himself with this whole Trump thing and now the death of Erin Moran is bringing Baio into the spotlight again? Please. First of all, I don’t even think his comments were bad at all. Here are the comments he made that got
It’s Pretty Annoying that Scott Baio is Getting Any Attention At all Right Now »
- Nat Berman
Scott Baio didn’t appreciate a joke made by Fox Business Network host Kennedy on Tuesday night and took to Twitter to express his displeasure. The former MTV star and current “Kennedy Nation” host, who typically pokes fun at just about everything,” teased Baio when discussing who could have vandalized Donald Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. “Police are currently looking into the usual suspects, which is pretty much every working actor in Hollywood except Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn. Now, some of you will hear that and say, ‘What about Scott Baio and Tila Tequila?’ Kennedy said before delivering. »
- Brian Flood
Erin Moran’s brother has taken to social media to slam his sister’s former “Happy Days” costar Scott Baio after the actor made comments falsely suggesting that “drugs or drink” may have played a role in her death. “Get on your knees and pray I never run into you,” Tony Moran tweeted on Tuesday. In another tweet, Moran alleged that Baio’s wife contacted him to apologize on her husband’s behalf instead of picking up the phone himself. Also Read: Scott Baio Defends Comments About Erin Moran's Death: 'Please Stop Assuming the Worse in Me' #scottbaio. Get »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Scott Baio was eviscerated in the Twitterverse after an interview he gave on Monday in which he implied that drugs and alcohol were responsible for the death of former “Happy Days” co-star Erin Moran, who recently passed away at age 56. “I’m Ok, a little shocked but not completely shocked that this happened,” said Baio […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Scott Baio can count on a can of whoopass if he ever runs into Erin Moran's brother, who wants payback for Scott's comments about Erin's substance abuse. Tony Moran tore into Scott ... referring to a brief fling Erin and Scott had way back when they were young TV stars. His Tuesday Facebook post got nasty though when he said, "She told me that you were tiny." Then came the not so thinly veiled threat: »
- TMZ Staff
Moran died on Saturday at the age of 56. Officials tell Et that her death was likely due to complications from Stage 4 cancer.
However, before the actress' cause of death had been announced, Baio appeared on The Bernie & Sid Show, where he insinuated that the actress died as a result of past substance abuse issues.
"For me, you do drugs or drink, you're gonna die," Baio said during the radio interview. "I'm sorry if that's cold, but God gave you a brain, gave you the will to live and thrive and you gotta take care of yourself."
Baio immediately took heat for his comments, especially after the news of Moran's cancer battle came to light.
In the aftermath of former “Happy Days” star Erin Moran’s shocking death this past weekend, rumors have begun to circulate regarding the nature of the actress’ untimely passing. Her co-star Scott Baio added fuel to the fire by saying that he was less than shocked about the news during an interview on “The Bernie and Sid Show” on Monday morning.
And while Baio initially insinuated that Moran’s death might have been rooted in some kind of longstanding substance abuse issue, an official report later confirmed that, in fact, it was the culmination of a relentless — but quiet — battle with Stage 4 cancer.
In an effort to thwart the ongoing media frenzy, Baio has penned a series of Facebook posts retracting his drug and alcohol allegations. Amid these defenses, Baio also posted a detailed letter on Tuesday morning written by Moran’s widower, Steven Fleischmann, which chronicled her decline.
“It got so bad so fast,” Fleischmann »
- Emily Mae Czachor
[[tmz:video id="0_86h4dvne"]] Scott Baio thinks much of the backlash he's gotten for his comments about Erin Moran's drug issues is driven by his ties to Donald Trump. Scott told us liberals have been attacking him for linking his former co-star's death to a drug overdose during a radio interview -- but says his haters' political biases are seeping through. The attacks don't appear to faze him though. Although it turns out Erin died from cancer -- »
- TMZ Staff
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