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TV psychic and personality Miss Cleo died on Tuesday, as reported by TMZ. She was 53.
Miss Cleo, whose real name was Youree Harris, was diagnosed with colon cancer that spread to her liver and lungs, a source told TMZ. She passed in Palm Beach County, Fla., reportedly surrounded by family and friends.
Harris first came to fame in the in the late ’90s for her pay-per-call psychic readings on the Psychic Readers Network. She was subsequently known for her catchphrase “Call me now!” Watch one of her colorful commercials below.
Though her iconic persona claimed to be from Jamaica, Harris was actually a native of Los Angeles. Following her gig as Miss Cleo, Harris most notably voiced Auntie Poulet in the video game “Grand Theft Auto: Vice City” in 2002.
Fans of Miss Cleo quickly took to Twitter to pay tribute following her passing.
Sad to hear this news. When I think of TV in the '90s »
- Arya Roshanian
[Youtube "h97F6BGdqA"] Raven-Symoné is opening up about publicly embracing her sexuality after hiding it for many years to protect her career. "I never thought I would come out because my personal life didn't matter," The View co-host shared in Entertainment Tonight's "It Got Better" docu-series. "It only mattered what could be sold as part of the Raven Symoné brand."Symoné began acting in 1989, landing the role of Olivia Kendall on The Cosby Show at age 3. She went on to headline Disney's That's So Raven (the most-watched show on the channel) and a series of specials for her girl group, The Cheetah Girls. »
- Brittany King, @brrriitttnnii
This is Very Raven: Freeform is planning a special throwback programming block this May that will take you back to a magical time: the early '00s. "That's So Throwback" will air every Monday through Thursday from midnight to 2 a.m. and will bring you a two-hour block filled with Lizzie McGuire (yes, vintage Hilary Duff!), That's So Raven (yes, vintage Raven-Symone!), Hannah Montana (yes, vintage Miley Cyrus!) and Kim Possible (call her, beep her, if you want to reach her). On Fridays, the network will air some of its most beloved original movies, including Twitches (with Tia and Tamera Mowry), Get a Clue (with Lindsay Lohan), Stuck in the Suburbs and Smart House. Now you can relive the good »
Orlando Brown, the actor best known for his portrayal as Eddie on the short-lived Disney Channel series That's So Raven, was arrested last month in California on domestic violence charges during an alleged argument with his girlfriend, People confirms. Police sources tell People Brown has been charged with domestic battery, obstruction and drug possession. The 28-year-old was released from custody on Feb. 12 after posting an unspecified amount of bail. On Jan. 17, Brown pulled into the parking lot of the Torrance police department's headquarters. According to sources, Brown and his girlfriend began arguing in his car. At some point, Torrance authorities allege Brown struck the woman, »
- Chris Harris, @chrisharrisment
Former That's So Raven star Orlando Brown was arrested last month after allegedly striking his girlfriend in a Torrance, Calif. police station parking lot. E! News spoke with Torrance Police Dept.'s Sergeant Kranke who told us an eyewitness saw a car pull into the parking lot with two people—Brown and his girlfriend—inside. They were arguing when he allegedly struck her. Sgt. Kranke tells us the eyewitness then walked into the police station and alerted the front desk that they needed to send officers outside immediately because there was a domestic situation going on. When officers responded, Orlando initially refused to exit the car. After he finally adhered to their orders, he was »
Ex-Disney star Orlando Brown pulled into a police station parking lot while arguing with his girlfriend and then allegedly struck her, while he had meth on him. Law enforcement sources tell us the bizarre incident went down in January in Torrance, CA when someone using a nearby Atm spotted the "That's So Raven" star in the car. We're told the witness saw the couple arguing and called police ... who were conveniently located. Brown initially refused to leave his car, »
- TMZ Staff
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