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Nicki Minaj pledges Republican support for Mitt Romney in new song

4 September 2012 3:41 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Nicki Minaj has pledged her support for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a new song. The rapper has teamed up with Lil Wayne for new cut 'Mercy', which will feature on his upcoming mixtape Dedication 4. "I'm a Republican voting for Mitt Romney/You lazy bitches is f**king up the economy," Minaj raps. Minaj challenged President Barack Obama earlier this year over his healthcare reform after Us actress Yvette Wilson died from cervical cancer while trying to raise money for medical costs. "What's sad is that when Yvette was bringing home the bacon, the gov't was probably taking millions. (more) »

- By Lewis Corner

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Sherman Hemsley: Dead At 74

24 July 2012 2:01 PM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

The comic actor, best known for playing George Jefferson on 'The Jeffersons,' died due to unknown causes -- so sad. Sherman Hemsley, who was so hilarious on The Jeffersons, has died. Sherman, who was 74, passed away in his El Paso, Texas home, TMZ reports. The cause of death is unknown. Sherman has no wife and no kids. We wish his loved ones the best during this difficult time. [TMZ] -- William Earl More celeb passings: Nora Ephron Dead At 71 -- Famed Movies Writer Dies Of Rare Blood Cancer Donna Summer Dead -- Disco Queen Dies From Lung Cancer At 63 Yvette Wilson Dead — ‘Moesha’ Actress Dies At 48 Of Cervical Cancer »

- William Earl

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Don Grady Dead At 68 — ‘My Three Sons’ Actor Dies Of Cancer

28 June 2012 7:05 AM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

'My Three Sons' actor Don Grady died Wednesday, June 27, of cancer, Deadline.com confirms. He was 68. Don Grady, known for playing Robbie Douglas on one of the longest running sitcoms My Three Sons, lost his battle with cancer June 27 in California. Don was also a Mouseketeer in The Mickey Mouse Club. Don was very musical as a child, playing eight instruments before he was a teen. He smoothly transitioned from child actor to musical composer, which is how he made a living as an adult. Our thoughts are with his friends and family. --Dory Larrabee Deadline.com➚ Check Us Out On Pinterest! More Celeb Passings: Nora Ephron Dead At 71 Yvette Wilson Dead — ‘Moesha’ Actress Dies At 48 Robin Gibb: Dead At 62 »

- Dory Larrabee

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Rodney King: Dead At 47

17 June 2012 8:50 AM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Rodney, whose infamous beating spurred the La riots, was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool -- how tragic. Rodney King -- whose 1991 assault by the Lapd made him the face of the resulting La riots -- has died. Rodney was found by his fiancée at the bottom of his swimming pool at their Rialito, Calif. home, TMZ reports. A drowning investigation is being opened by police. We wish Rodney's family the best during this difficult time. [TMZ] -- William Earl More celeb passings: Yvette Wilson Dead — ‘Moesha’ Actress Dies At 48 Goodfella Mobster Henry Hill Dead At 69 ‘Gone With The Wind’ Actress Ann Rutherford Dies At 94 »

- William Earl

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R.I.P. Yvette Wilson

17 June 2012 12:05 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Yvette Wilson, best known for portraying Andell Wilkerson on the Upn sitcom Moesha, has died in Los Angeles following a long battle against cervical cancer. Wilson, who was 48, died June 14. Moesha starred the singer Brandy as the title character. Wilkerson also played Andell on the Moesha spin-off The Parkers, which also starred Mo’Nique and ran from 1999 to 2004. In addition to The Parkers, Wilson also appeared in the series Thea as well as the movies Friday, Poetic Justice and House Party 2 and 3, Wilson, a Los Angeles native, began her career as a stand-up comedian. »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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Yvette Wilson, 'Moesha' Star, Dies of Cancer at 48

15 June 2012 10:36 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Yvette Wilson, the actress and comedian who starred on "Moesha" and its spinoff, "The Parkers," has died after battling cervical cancer, a friend said Friday. She was 48. "It is with a heavy heart that I can verify that Yvette passed away last evening after a lengthy and hard battle," Jeffrey Pittle wrote on a website set up to help raise money for her fight. "She was a fighter to the end, and her talent, humor and amazing friendship will be sorely missed. She will live on through her awesome body »

- Tim Molloy

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'Moesha' Star Yvette Wilson Dies At 48

15 June 2012 8:58 AM, PDT | Celebsology | See recent Celebsology news »

If you grew up in the 90s, you are all too familiar with the popular show Moesha. Sadly, actress and comedian Yvette Wilson, who played Andell Wilkerson, has passed away. The 48-year-old also starred in the Upn’s Moesha and its spinoff The Parkers.

Wilson has been battling stage four cervical cancer as well as kidney disease. Months ago, a friend of Wilson’s created a website in order to collect funds to help her with her medical needs.

Her friend and co-star, Shar Jackson took to Twitter to share the news. "I wanna thank all my tweeties for their prayers but god has taken my sister Yvette home."

Before her big break on Moesha alongside Brandy Norwood, Wilson was a regular on Russell Simmon’s Def Comedy Jam and attended San Jose State University in California. Wilson also appeared in several movies including House Party 2, House Party 3, »

- Victoria Garcia

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'Moesha' Actress Yvette Wilson Dead at 48

15 June 2012 8:55 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

    Yvette Wilson, the comedian best known for her role on the 1990s comedy Moesha, died Thursday of cervical cancer, according to multiple reports. She was 48 and had been battling stage 4 cervical cancer. Photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2012 Wilson’s Moesha costar Shar Jackson shared the news Thursday night, tweeting, “I wanna thank all my tweeties for their prayers but god has chosen to take my sister Yvette home.” According to NewsOne, which was the first to report Wilson’s death, the actress had faced mounting medical bills and had kidney trouble as well. A page had been

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Moesha Star Yvette Wilson Dead at 48

15 June 2012 8:43 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Yvette Wilson, the comic actress best known for starring in the '90s Upn sitcom Moesha and its spinoff The Parkers, has died of cervical cancer. She was 48. "Unfortunately I can verify Yvette's passing yesterday. She was a good friend, a talented actress and a very funny lady, both onscreen and off," close friend Jeffrey Pittle confirmed to E! News. "She will be sorely missed, but I'm sure her talent and humor will live on in her legion of fans. It's a small comfort knowing we can still experience Yvette through the work she left behind." After getting her start as a stand-up comedian, Wilson shot to fame as Andell Wilkerson on Moesha and continued playing the character on The Parkers. »

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'Moesha' star Yvette Wilson dies at 48 - report

15 June 2012 7:58 AM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

There are reports that actress Yvette Wilson, best known for playing Andell Wilkerson on "Moesha," has passed away at the age of 48. The actress was suffering from Stage 4 cervical cancer, according to News One.

"Moesha" co-star Shar Jackson has been tweeting about Wilson's health struggles and passing the last couple of days. Jackson writes:

Everyone plz send prayer and light to my sister and best friend Yvette Wilson.....Oh god..... My heart is soooo unbelievably broken ....I wanna thank all my tweeties for their prayers but god has chosen to take my sister Yvette home.. ..

Wilson was born March 6 ,1964 in Los Angeles, Calif. Her first big break came on the TV show "Thea," starring Thea Vidale and Brandy Norwood. She would then go on to star in over 200 total episodes of "Moesha" and its spin-off, "The Parkers." In 2002, she received a Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy nomination from the NAACP Image Awards. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Yvette Wilson Dead — ‘Moesha’ Actress Dies At 48

15 June 2012 7:42 AM, PDT | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

So sad! 'Moesha' star Yvette Wilson lost her battle with cervical cancer on June 14. Yvette Wilson, 48, known for playing Andell Wilkerson on Moesha and spinoff show The Parkers has died after battling stage 4 cervical cancer, TMZ confirmed. Her Moesha co-star and good friend Shar Jackson tweeted, "F**k Cancer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh god..... My heart is soooo unbelievably broken ....I wanna thank all my tweeties for their prayers but god has chosen to take my sister Yvette home.. ..." on the night of June 14. We're so sad to hear this news. Our thoughts are with her friends and family in this difficult time.  --Dory Larrabee TMZ➚ More Celeb Passings: Dick Clark Dead -- Legendary TV Host & Producer Dies At 82 Andy Rooney Dies At 92 -- Host of 60 Minutes Dies Mike Wallace Dead -- Famed 60 Minutes Journalist Dies At 93 »

- Dory Larrabee

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Yvette Wilson, Moesha Actress, Dies: Reports

15 June 2012 7:20 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Comedian Yvette Wilson, who had been battling stage 4 cervical cancer and kidney disease, died Thursday, reports NewsOne.com and other news outlets. She was 48. Wilson was best known as Andell Wilkerson on Upn's Moesha and its spinoff, The Parkers. In addition, she appeared in the movies House Party 2, House Party 3 and Friday. Wilson's Moesha costar Shar Jackson Tweeted Thursday evening: "I wanna thank all my tweeties for their prayers but god has chosen to take my sister Yvette home." According to NewsOne, Wilson went to California's San Jose State University and became a regular on Russell Simmon's Def Comedy Jam. »

- Stephen M. Silverman

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Yvette Wilson Dead -- 'Moesha' Star Dies from Cervical Cancer

15 June 2012 6:10 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

Yvette Wilson, one of the stars of "Moesha" ... died at the age of 48 yesterday after battling cervical cancer, TMZ has confirmed.Wilson, played Moesha's friend Andell Wilkerson through 5 seasons of the hit show -- and she played the same role in the spinoff "The Parkers."  Wilson's cancer was Stage 4 when she passed away.Her "Moesha" co-star Shar Jackson tweeted, "F*ck Cancer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh God. My heart is soooo unbelievably broken. I wanna thank all »

- TMZ Staff

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'Moesha' star Yvette Wilson dies, aged 48

15 June 2012 2:19 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Actress Yvette Wilson has died at the age of 48. Wilson, who was best known for her role as Andell Wilkerson in the teen sitcom Moesha, passed away last night (June 14), NewsOne reports. The actress had been suffering from stage 4 cervical cancer. She was reported to have trouble paying mounting medical bills and her friend Jeffrey Pittle had set up a website to help raise funds for her treatment. (more) »

- By Mayer Nissim

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