In February, DeVayne revealed on Hey Qween that he was diagnosed with scleroderma, a chronic incurable illness that causes the skin to tighten and thick scar tissues to â¦ For more than 40 years, Brooke-Taylor was also a panelist on BBC radio's much loved comic quiz show "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.". His third album, 1995's âYou Still Got Me,â produced top 5 country hit âNot Enough Hours in the Night.â. The R&B and gospel singer left the group in 2015 after a nearly 10-year run that took him from Broadway to the White House, where he performed before President George W. Bush. The music video for âDaddy,â a No. He was 80. Longtime TV and film actor Conchata Ferrell, who gained her biggest fame as seen-it-all putdown artist Berta on CBS'Â "Two and a Half Men," died Oct. 12. Iâll be back soon.â, A beloved international star,Â Chi Chi DeVayneÂ became a household name for fans of VH-1âs reality competition, "RuPaulâs Drag Race." Reed served on the board of the Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. Speaking personally, she was one of my all-time favorite contestants. Sharing her diagnosis, the Drag Race star said she’d kept it hidden for the best part of a year because she was afraid of “losing out on jobs and facing criticism from friends and fans”. She wasÂ 47.Â Black Hubbell, best known for her Broadway role as Laurie in Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and the CBS sitcomÂ "Raising Miranda," died of acute myeloid leukemia. Chi Chi DeVayne has died after a battle with pneumonia (Picture: Instagram/Getty) RuPaulâs Drag Race star Chi Chi Devayne has died after being diagnosed with pneumonia. "I am heartbroken to learn of the passing of Chi Chi DeVayne," said the host.Â "I am so grateful that we got to experience her kind and beautiful soul. He was 85. Shirley Ann Grau, a Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction writer whose stories and novels told of both the dark secrets and the beauty of the Deep South, died on Aug. 3 in a memory care facility of complications from a stroke. Country singer Doug Supernaw, who had hits in the early â90s with âI Donât Call Him Daddy,â and âReno,â died Nov. 13 of cancer. On July 17, 2020, he was rushed to the hospital for kidney failure â¦ Broadway star Nick Cordero died July 5 after a high-profile battle with coronavirus documented for fans by his wife, Amanda Kloots, on Instagram. Robert Loomis, a blue-chip editor of old-fashioned sense and persistence who in more than 50 years at Random House encouraged, prodded and befriended William Styron, Maya Angelou, Calvin Trillin and many others, died April 19 at age 93. 1 U.K. singles â âKeep on Runningâ in 1965 and âSomebody Help Meâ in 1966 â and seven British top 40 hits. âRuPaulâs Drag Raceâ star Chi Chi Devayne has died at age 34. Character actor Allan Rich, who persevered throughÂ the Hollywood blacklist to star in films such as "Serpico," "Amistad," "Quiz Show" and in TV's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," died Aug. 22 at age 94. Winston Groom, the writer and historian whose novel "Forrest Gump" became a pop-culture phenomenon on the strength of its adaptation into an iconic,Â six-Oscar-winning 1994 movie, died Sept. 17 at the age of 77.Â Groom's other novels includeÂ "Better Times Than These," "Only," "Gone the Sun" and the 2016 "El Paso." Small led CBS News' Washington coverage during the civil rights movement, Vietnam War and Watergate and was later president of NBC News and United Press International. In 2008 he played Mickey Horton in the long-running character's final appearances on "Days of Our Lives. "I am literally so upset about Chichi!" Earlier this year, DeVayne revealed she had been diagnosed withÂ scleroderma in an interview onÂ Hey Qween. Variety reports Cross finished filming 10 days before his death. Redford, an environmental activist and philanthropist as well as a filmmaker, specialized in documentary films, with his first directorial effort, 2012's "The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia," inspired by his son, Dylan. Grammy-nominated gospel singer Troy Sneed died in Jacksonville, Fla., April 27 from complications with the coronavirus. I know that this is soon to even talk about but usually funerals happen quickly. Waters also wrote episodes for Comedy Central's "Hood Adjacent" and VH1's "The Breaks." He was also a comedian. the reality star continued. He recorded his first solo album in 2018. In 2004, he received the Winsor McCay Award for his lifelong contribution to animation. He was 68. Olivia de Havilland, one of the last pillars of Hollywood royalty and a contemporary of Bette Davis and Errol Flynn, diedÂ "peacefully from natural causes" July 26 at the age of 104.Â Her death marks the passing of one of the last stars of the Golden Age of film. Gleasonâs one-woman stage production, "Stopping Traffic," detailingÂ her experiences with bipolar disorder, "changed how her industry deals theÂ issue of mental health," her nephew John Brostrom said in an email to USA TODAY. "It was very peaceful,” Lander said. In 1985, she was a Booker Prize finalist for an imagined travelogue and political thriller, âLast Letters from Hav.â Her other works included the memoirs âHerstoryâ and âPleasures of a Tangled Life,â the essay collections âCitiesâ and âLocationsâ and the anthology âThe World: Life and Travel 1950-2000.â A collection of diary entries, âIn My Mindâs Eye,â came out in 2019. Dame Vera Lynn, the World War II forces sweetheart who serenaded British troops abroad and sangÂ "We'll Meet Again"Â duringÂ the U.K.'s times of distress, died June 18, her family said. His most recent appearance as Glen Carter on "The Blacklist" aired in April. May her generous and loving spirit shine down on us all. She was 67. Cole, a resident of Sioux City, Iowa, was most famous for the books in her âMagical School Busâ series, which combines science with adventure and storytelling. He was 90. He was a member of the National Radio Hall of Fame. Elmo's Fireâ and famously took the Batman franchise into camp with 1995âs âBatman Foreverâ and 1997âs âBatman & Robin,â died on June 22. His ninth and last studio album, âThe Saint of Lost Causes,â came out in May 2019. Kerslake performed with Uriah Heep for much of the 1970s before going on to play with Osbourne, drumming on Ozzyâs albums âBlizzard of Ozzâ (1980) and âDiary of a Madmanâ (1981). Sneed traveled throughout the United States early in his career to sing with the Georgia Mass Choir, and appeared with the choir in 1996 film âThe Preacherâs Wife.â As a solo artist, Sneed released seven albums and had several hit songs, including two that peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1972, remainingÂ at the top of the chart for four weeks. In total, he produced more than 400 original scores for feature films. He was 82. Among her many films were âA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurâs Court, â âThe Spiral Staircase,â âGunfight at the O.K. Quiet Riot drummer Frankie BanaliÂ died Aug. 21 of pancreatic cancer. Cross playedÂ Harold Abrahams in the Oscar-winning 1981 filmÂ "Chariots of Fire." Though he wasn't a household name, the white executive was a pivotal figure at the black-owned label, helping penetrateÂ key power corridors of the industry establishmentÂ while overseeing Motown's sales division in the 1960s. American mezzo-soprano Rosalind Elias, who created roles in a pair of Samuel Barber world premieres and made her Broadway debut at age 81, died May 3. Daviau was nominated five times for Academy Awards in cinematography, for "The Color Purple," "E.T. "He defined an era and a style,â Daniel Craig, the longest standing James Bond, told USA TODAY in a statement. The Drag Race star, who competed in season six and All Stars 3, shared a picture of her torso hooked up to “one billion wires” on her Instagram Sunday (July 19). Scott Mitchell said Windsor, JOHN STILLWELL, POOL/AFP via Getty Images, Tommy “Tiny” Lister, a former professional wrestler who was known for his bullying Deebo character in. The one-time spy turned best-selling author and master espionage writer penned novels such as âThe Spy Who Came in from the Cold,â âTinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spyâ and âThe Honourable Schoolboy." Italian composer Ennio Morricone, who created the coyote-howl theme for the iconic Spaghetti Western âThe Good, the Bad and the Uglyâ and often haunting soundtracks for such classic Hollywood gangster movies as âThe Untouchablesâ and the epic âOnce Upon a Time In America,â died July 6. He played Telly Savalas' eager young partner Detective Bobby Crocker on TV's "Kojak" from 1973 to 1978. Eddie Van Halen died of cancer Oct. 6, his son, Wolfgang Van Halen, confirmedÂ on Twitter. 542.3k Followers, 1,191 Following, 541 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Chi Chi DeVayne (@chichidevayneofficial) On the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Kraftwerk scored hits includingÂ "Autobahn" and "Trans-Europe Express." Memphis-born, Mississippi-based spiritual blues scion Rev. Ruby co-created the series with Ken Spears. Groves' latest music, the independently-released EP "Dreams,"Â debuted in 2015. The "RuPaul's Drag Race" family is mourning the loss of one of their own. GrissomÂ competed on Bravo's "Top Chef: Boston" in 2014. Before that, he was program plannerÂ and eventually directorÂ of the American Film Institute Theater. He would later shoot photographs forÂ other publications, including Esquire, Newsweek, Playboy and Vogue. George's first major TV break was as a commentator with CBS Sports, making her one of the first women in sports broadcasting. She won a Grammy in 1976 for "Where Is the Love?". He was 76. Her lipsync to "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" recieved widespread acclaim from fans of the show. Greene's seven novels, marketed to the Young Adult audience,Â tackled tough and sometimes controversial issues. Childrenâs author Joanna Cole died July 12 of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Obama presented Glaser with the 2009 National Medal of Arts during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House. He was 94. Rich was a rising stage actor in the 1950s when he was branded a communist and blacklisted. Rudolfo Anaya, a writer who helped launch the 1970s Chicano Literature Movement with his novel âBless Me, Ultima,â a book celebrated by Latinos, died June 28 at 82. Imahara joined "MythBusters" in 2005, its third season, debunking urban myths with science, until the series ended in 2014, and then appeared in one season of Netflix's "White Rabbit Project" in 2016, where he ranked history's greatest inventions and heists. Czech Oscar-winning film director Jiri Menzel died on Sept. 5 at 82. The show followed seven girls and their confrontations as they lived together in a luxury mansion.Â Roche was hiredÂ as vice president of A&R at Valholla Entertainment in 2011. The song went on to reach No. Rest in Power. Sending all the love and healing vibes in the world to beloved RDR season 8/All Stars season 3 star Chi Chi DeVayne who is currently in the hospital with suspected kidney failure.. His songwriting legacy includesÂ 1971 Kris Kristofferson number "Good Christian Solider," Bobby Bare's "Ride Me Down Easy," the Allman Brothers' "Sweet Mama" andÂ Tom T. Hall's "WillyÂ the Wandering Gypsy and Me.". She was 91. Green made a mark as a composer with âAlbatross,â and as a songwriter with âOh Wellâ and âBlack Magic Woman.â He left Fleetwood Mac in 1971. Troyano, a self-taught cook, was on Season 5 of the beloved baking competition show and came in second toÂ Nancy Birtwhistle in 2014.Â In 2015, he wrote "Bake It Great," a book on elevating cakes from "everyday to extraordinary. Soumitra Chatterjee, the legendary Indian actor with more than 200 movies to his name and famed for his work with Oscar-winning director Satyajit Ray, died Nov. 15 of complications from the coronavirus. Every moment I've shared with him on and off stage was a gift. Hamill was a columnist for the New York Daily News, the New York Post, Newsday, the Village Voice, New York magazine and Esquire. LaRance created the Pueblo of Pojoaque Youth Hoop Dancers and was also a master instructor at the Lightning Boy Foundation Youth Hoop Dancers. Northern Ireland-born poet Derek Mahon, whose verse brought consolation to many during the coronavirus pandemic, died Oct. 1. "Bad Girls Club" starÂ Demitra "Mimi"Â Roche died July 22 at age 34. Mack earned a songwriting Grammy Award for 1996's "Blue," made famous by LeAnn Rimes. Bernard Weil, Toronto Star via Getty Images. The classically trained dancer, known offstage as Zavion Davenport, was 34. He was 52. Jim Dwyer, an award-winning news reporter and columnist who spent almost four decades telling New York City's stories, died Oct. 8 from complications of lung cancer. Rivera is best known for playing the snarky Santana Lopez on the Fox musical dramedy "Glee," which ran from 2009 to 2015. Bruce Swedien, a five-time Grammy-winning audio engineer who collaborated with Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones, died Nov. 16. He also starred in stage productions of "Rock of Ages," "Waitress" and "A Bronx Tale," appeared on TVâs âBlue Bloodsâ and âLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit,â and had a role in the film âGoing In Style.â. Schumacher, 80, had been battling cancer for a year. He was 83. It has since been updated. Dhoni, was found dead at home on June 14, police in Mumbai, India, confirmed. The actor also had roles inÂ "Jitney," "Gem of the Ocean" andÂ 2007'sÂ "Radio Gulf," for which he earned a Tony nomination. In 2005, he installed more than 7,500 vinyl gates in New York's Central Park and in 1995, wrapped the Reichstag in Berlin in fabric with an aluminum sheen. McClure helped organize the famous Six Gallery beat poetry reading on Oct. 7, 1955, and read at the Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park that launched the Summer of Love in 1967. The star got his start in John Wayneâs âTrue Gritâ and TVâs âGunsmoke,â and was widely recognized for his work as a spokesman for Quaker Oats and Liberty Medical Supply. Chi Chi DeVayne, who appeared on the eighth season of RuPaulâs Drag Race, has died at the age of 34. He was 88. Franca Valeri, the versatile actor who pioneered female comic roles in Italy's post-war years, died Aug. 9 in her sleep at age 100. Growing up poor in North Dallas, he exploded onto the music scene with his first 2014 mixtape. ", Luis Troyano, "The Great British Bake Off" finalist, died in October at age 48 after a battle withÂ esophageal cancer. They also were the first African American group to perform at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. She was 76. Interior designer Frank Bielic, one of the original cast members of TLC's "Trading Spaces" died May 15 at age 72 following a heart attack. He claimed to have named reggae on his song "Do The Reggay," which was released in 1968. Their $26 million Umbrellas project erected 1,340 blue umbrellas in Japan and 1,760 blue umbrellas in Southern California in 1991. He was 95. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band had a pop hit with it in 1971, and dozens of other artists also recorded the song, including Sammy Davis Jr. Walker is credited as one of the creators of âoutlaw country.â. Reyes appeared on 14 "Deadliest Catch" episodes since 2012 while workingÂ on two crabbing boats in the Bering Sea â the Seabrooke and Cape Caution. She had a natural, God-given light within her & she shared it with all of us on Drag Race. The season eight star was admitted to hospital last week with â¦ Robert D. Richardson, a prize-winning historian known for his elegant and authoritative biographies of such leading American thinkers as William James and Ralph Waldo Emerson, died June 16, a few days after his 86th birthday.Â Richardson won the Bancroft Prize in 2007 for âWilliam James: In the Maelstrom of American Modernism.â In 1996, his âEmerson: The Mind On Fire" won the Francis Parkman Prize and was a National Book Critics Circle finalist. Berry added that she's "completely heartbroken" over Desselle-Reid's death. Gabriel Olsen, FilmMagic via Getty Images, Playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer died of pneumonia May 27 at 84. by Sam Manzella 7/20/2020 Beloved RuPaulâs Drag Race alum Chi Chi DeVayne has been hospitalized for a mystery illness, according to her â¦ He also wrote the 1972 screenplay âLost Horizon,â a novel, âFaggots,â and the plays âSissiesâ Scrapbook,â "The Furniture of Home,â âJust Say Noâ and Pulitzer Prize finalist âThe Destiny of Me.". Getty founded a San Francisco preschool and helped raise funds for numerous nonprofits, including the University of California, San Francisco, the San Francisco Symphony, Benioff Childrenâs Hospitals, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the San Francisco Opera, the Leakey Foundation and the Napa Valley Festival. Lee Kerslake, 73, the drummer who played with Ozzy Osbourne and Uriah Heep, has died, his bandmates confirmed on Sept. 19. Chisholm was also a veteran of the screen, appearing in several TV shows and films, including Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq" and "Law & Order: SVU. "Jerry Maguire" actress Kelly Preston died on July 12 after a two-year battle with breast cancer. Small, here with President John F. Kennedy, died May 24 at age 93. She adored that boy. Bennett's record label, Empire,Â released a statement about the 26-year-old "Crazy Story" artist, whose real name is Dayvon Bennett, callingÂ him âa natural storytellerâ whose latest album offered âan inside perspective on neighborhood life and trauma wrought by the criminal justice system.â. Justin Townes Earle, an award-winning Americana singer-songwriter and son to country-rock troubadour Steve Earle, died at age 38. TheÂ editor and writer, also known as Jas Fly, went on to work on the productions for films such as "Spiderman," "Save the Last Dance" andÂ "What Men Want.". Mahlon Reyes, a deckhand on the Discovery Channel's reality show "Deadliest Catch," died of a heart attack at 38 on July 27. Jean Kennedy Smith, a diplomat and the youngest sister of President John F. Kennedy, died June 17 in her Manhattan home at 92.Â Though she never ran for office, she campaigned for her brothers, traveling the country for then-Sen. John F. Kennedy as he sought the presidency in 1960.Â Three decades later, Kennedy Smith was appointed ambassador to Ireland by President Bill Clinton.Â She also founded an arts education program that supports artists with physical or mental disabilities. Elliott founded Time Out as an entertainment and listings magazine for London during a university summer vacation in 1968, when he was 21. "Even at the end she is still giving," Craig Sadler wrote. DeVayne described it as a chronic, incurable illness that causes the skin to tighten and thick scar tissues to form around internal organs, impairing their ability to function. When the Red Hot Chili Peppers were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of FameÂ in 2012, Sherman was not included. "Our hearts are with all of Chi Chi's loved ones today," GLAAD continued. The actors met while filming 1988's "The Experts," and were married in 1991. Carol Arthur DeLuise, an actor who appeared in several Mel Brooks films - including "Blazing Saddles" - and was the widow of Dom DeLuise, died on Nov. 1 at the age of 85 followingÂ an 11-year battle with Alzheimerâs disease. Brian Dennehy, the character actor beloved for a wide-ranging career that earned him Tony Awards (for âDeath of a Salesmanâ and âLong Dayâs Journey Into Nightâ), a Golden Globe (for the TV version of âSalesmanâ) and six Emmy Award nominations, died April 15 of natural causes at age 81. Daisy Coleman, the activist and sexual assault survivor who was the subject of the 2016 Netflix documentary "Audrie & Daisy," died Aug. 5 at age 23. In 2018, Chi Chi was diagnosed with scleroderma, a connective tissue disease that causes symptoms such as the hardening of the skin, joint pain, or in more extreme cases, acute kidney disease. Actor Bert Belasco, best known for his role in the television series "Let's Stay Together," died Nov. 8 at 38. Her cause of death was not immediately clear. Atlanta rapper Rudolph Johnson, known as Lil Marlo, died July 11 at age 30. "Movie Mike" was the senior film critic and home entertainment columnist for USA TODAY from 1985 to 2009. One of Mahonâs poems, âEverything Is Going to be Alright,â gained new fame when it was read at the end of Irelandâs main news program in March as the coronavirus outbreak took hold. It went weekly in 1971 and became essential reading for fans of food, music, theater, movies and art. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images for Discovery, R&B legend Betty Wright died on May 10, her family announced on the singer's Facebook page. ", Actress Rhonda Fleming, the fiery redhead who appeared with Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Ronald Reagan and other film stars of the 1940s and 1950s, died Oct. 14. Father Bill Moore, a Catholic priest and prominent abstract expressionist who spent decades spreading spiritualism through his paintings, died Oct. 18 from prostate cancer. DeVayne, who revealed in 2018 that she had been diagnosed with an auto-immune disease called scleroderma, was recently hospitalised with high blood pressure and suspected kidney failure. Such I caring, empathetic and beautiful soul. Phyllis Somerville, an actor with a lengthy career of roles in film, television and Broadway productions, died. Middleton had dozens of TV, film and stage appearance credits including "Sin City," "Kill Bill: Vol. ", English drag queen Cheryl Hole, who appeared on "RuPaul's Drag Race UK," tweeted that DeVayne "was such a light during her season and beyond. In 2018, Chi Chi revealed that she had been diagnosed with scleroderma, an uncommon condition caused by â¦ Although she tested negative for COVID-19, doctors found that she had high blood pressure and was “going through kidney failure”. Menzel's 1966 movie âClosely Watched Trainsâ won the Academy Award for the best foreign language film. He made more than 100 films in his six-decade career, including a widely praised supporting role in 2011âs âOf Gods and Men,â but many fans remember him best as the evil industrialist who takes on Roger Mooreâs Bond in 1979âs âMoonraker.â. No,â and went on to be named Peopleâs Sexiest Man Alive and knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. Bill Mack, a country music songwriter and famed "Midnight Cowboy" radio broadcaster, died July 31 at age 88 of COVID-19 complications and "underlying health issues," according to his family. According to Chi Chiâ¦ Dubbed “Italy’s Prime Minister of Fashion” in 1983 by Women’s Wear Daily, Modenese remained a front-row mainstay into recent seasons, maintaining the official title of honorary president of the Italian fashion council, the Italian National Fashion Chamber. In more recent years, Cross took on the role of Spock's father Sarek in the 2009 movie "Star Trek." Actor Chadwick Boseman, who found global fame playing regal Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, died of cancer Aug. 28.Â He was 43. Actress Naya Riveraâs body was recovered July 13 from Lake Piru in Southern California following a six-day search. "He was the best father I could ever ask for. Chi Chi DeVayne was hospitalised with kidney failure. BeckieÂ Mullen, known as Sally the Farmer's Daughter as anÂ original member of the Gorgeous LadiesÂ of Wrestling, died July 27 of liver and colon cancer. Since going into hospital, fans and fellow Drag Race alumni have rallied around Chi Chi, urging others to consider helping her out financially in the face of a likely massive hospital bill. Betsy James Wyeth, the widow, business manager and muse of painter Andrew Wyeth, died April 21 at age 98. She was 79. "Â "As I write this my heart is hurting," tweeted his son, filmmaker Rob Reiner. Howe started the Feminist Press, now based at the City University of New York, by accident, and was instrumental in the field of women's studies. Charley Pride, a Country Music Hall of Fame singer, British actress Barbara Windsor, whose seven-decade career ranged from cheeky film comedies to the soap opera “EastEnders,” died, her husband said. âWe mourn the loss of one of our brothers,â original Temptation Otis Williams told USA TODAY in a statement. He was 83. She also was nominated for two Tony Awards, winning in 1994. Nanci Ryder, a powerful Hollywood publicist and co-founder of BWR Public Relations, died June 11 of Lou Gehrigâs disease. Mike Clark, the veteran USA TODAY movie critic with a famously encyclopedic knowledge of films and an enduring love for the art form, died July 31 atÂ 73. Yamamoto debuted in 1971, becoming the first Japanese fashion designer to hold a show in London. Boyce was 30.Â The actor was best known for playingÂ Tyler Crowley in the 2008 film "Twilight. She wrote "Julia Reed's South" and "Julia Reed's New Orleans: Food, Fun and Field Trips for Letting the Good Times Roll,"Â and was a contributing editor to Garden & Gun magazine. Jim Steinfeldt, Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images. Joel Schumacher, the director who brought the Brat Pack to the big screen with âSt. Somerville made her Broadway debut in 1974, and appeared in more than two dozen films, including "Arthur" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." 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