Kevin Sharp died Saturday due to complications from cancer, his mother sadly confirmed.
The country singer was 43 years old.
Sharp was diagnosed with this disease as a teenager. But even though his treatment did not lead to a reoccurrence, the artist’s mother says her son suffered later in life due to the effects of radiation and chemotherapy.
“He had a good, strong heart. He’s not hurting anymore,” Elaine Sharp told CNN Saturday night from her house in Fair Oaks, California.
Sharp, best known for the track “Nobody Knows,” traveled the country as a motivation speaker and
The bizarre story of Andre Johnson’s suicide attempt and self-mutilation got a little stranger yesterday as the rapper took to his Facebook page and seemed surprisingly tranquil given his circumstances.
Johnson posted a status update that read simply, “Peace – feeling blessed.”
Naturally, this leaves followers to wonder if he’s heavily medicated or simply grateful to be alive after jumping from a balcony in an apparent attempt to take his own life.
Remember when NSYNC reunited at the MTV Video Music Awards last year and fans lost their minds?
Well… let’s hope you’ve bookmarked a video of that performance on your computer. Because it won’t be happening again any time soon.
“It was fun, it was interesting, but I don’t know if it’s ever going to happen again,” Joey Fatone told Huffington Post this week. “I don’t know whether or not something will ever happen again, but again you always say never say never because that happened.
“That was never gonna happen and all of a sudden it did happen.”
James Franco can’t stay out of the trouble even for a moment. It’s like he’s completely forgotten that he tried to pick up a teenage girl on Instagram two weeks ago. He tried to explain that kertuffle away as “bad judgment.” He’s still a creep.
Franco tried to recapture his “artist” rep for his Broadway debut in Of Mice and Men.” He’s starring with Leighton Meester and Chris O’Dowd. Reviews have been mixed with O’Dowd gaining most of the praise for his portrayal of Lennie. I had to laugh at this part of the AP’s review: “Franco is more standoffish, creating a George who apparently longs to