The Who Killed Sara? Ending, Explained

Who has been feeding Alex all that information? Throughout the series, a mystery woman referred to as “Diana the Huntress” has been providing Alex with important information about Sara’s case. Turns out, the huntress was Sara’s best friend, Marifer (Ela Velden). In another scene from the day of Sara’s death, Marifer begs Sara to come to her house in tears, leaving us with more questions than before. 

Who else could have killed Sara? As you now know, César, definitely had motive and has killed before. Why? Sara has seen one of the murders César taped at his casino/brothel. In fact, César and Sergio (Juan Carlos Remolina) have been covering up multiple killings of prostitutes who’ve been forced to work for him. 

Though it doesn’t seem like César is responsible for Sara’s death, it looks like his days are a free man are numbered, thanks to Alex. 

Anything else? In the finale, Alex found another one of Sara’s diaries This one, however, details Sara’s struggles with her mental health, including a passage that read, “I want to die.” It also led him to discover a shallow gravesite with an actual, literal skeleton. When Alex calls his girlfriend, Eliza Lazcano (Carolina Miranda), he says he was wrong about everything. Clearly, the mystery is just getting started. 

There’s good news! You won’t have to be confused for much longer (hopefully). In fact, new episodes of Who Killed Sara? are just over a month away. Netflix has announced that season two will drop on May 19, 2021.

Season one of Who Killed Sara? is available to stream on Netflix.


Everything We Know About the Final Season of Younger

Liza’s journey has almost reached its end. Younger season seven is coming. 

If you don’t know, the underrated TV Land comedy centers on Liza Miller (Sutton Foster), a 40-year-old divorced mom who lies about her age to get ahead in the millennial-heavy book-publishing industry. Soon she finds herself caught in a web of deceit, love triangles, and all kinds of situations. Hilary Duff plays Kelsey, her coworker. 

But will these women get their happily-ever-afters? Who will Liza pick: sweet boy tattoo artist Josh or buttoned-up executive Charles? We can’t say, but we have picked up a few key details, including an exclusive first look at the show’s final season table read! Watch below:

Here’s everything else we know about Younger’s final season:

Where will it air?

Paramount Plus, exclusively. Whether you’ve been binge-watching on Hulu or watching live on TV Land, you’ll have to get a log-in to the new streaming service to finish the series. Very clever, Paramount Plus.

When will it premiere, and how many episodes will there be?

The seventh season will start streaming on April 15; it’s the perfect reward for finishing your taxes. The sixth season finale aired in 2019, and the show had to delay its final season because of the pandemic—especially since Younger is set and filmed in New York City.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, there will be 12 episodes; the first four will be available on the 15th, and the others will drop each Thursday after that. An official trailer dropped March 30:

When we last saw Liza, she was weighing a marriage proposal from Charles, while Kelsey was steadily taking over the publishing world. Per an official synopsis, “Liza’s personal life is on shaky ground as she tries to stay true to herself. After a setback at work, Kelsey doubts her career decisions and discovers a new creative outlet. Maggie (Debi Mazar) gets canceled.”

The Hollywood Reporter also notes that series creator Darren Star plans to make a spin-off show centered around Kelsey.

We will update this post as more information is revealed.

Prince Harry Will Attend Prince Philip’s Funeral Without Meghan Markle

UPDATE: April 10, 2021, at 12:30 p.m. EST— It’s official: Prince Harry will be attending the funeral for his grandfather, Prince Philip, next Saturday. Buckingham Palace also confirmed that his wife, Meghan Markle, who is pregnant with their second child, won’t be joining him.

“The Duke of Sussex is planning to attend,” a royal spokesman said at a briefing, per People. “The Duchess of Sussex has been advised by her physician not to travel. So the duke will be attending.” 

On April 9, the couple honored Prince Philip’s memory on the Archewell website. “In loving memory of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh, 1921-2021,” the homepage reads. “Thank you for your service…you will be greatly missed.”


ORIGINAL STORY: April 9, 2021—

Just after it was announced that Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, had passed away at the age of 99, reports emerged that Philip’s grandson, Prince Harry, would be visiting the United Kingdom to support his family and presumably attend some sort of memorial.

Harry has been in the United States since March 2020, after he and his wife, Meghan Markle, stepped back from their positions as working members of the royal family, a move they made official and permanent in early 2021. They’ve since given a wide-ranging interview to Oprah Winfrey about the issues, particularly racism, they faced while in Britain, citing the British press as a major source of stress which contributed to Markle’s mental health struggles. They are now living in Southern California and expecting their second child, a girl, this summer.

The rest of the royals were reportedly dismayed at some of the comments made in the Oprah interview, though that’s not the only thing keeping them apart: The pandemic, of course, makes international travel risky and complicated.

According to government guidelines, travelers are required to self-quarantine for 10 days after arriving in the U.K., though the Daily Mail reports that five days plus a negative test also meets the current criteria. Per their source, “Harry will absolutely do his utmost to get back to the U.K. and be with his family. He will want nothing more than to be there for his family, and particularly his grandmother, during this awful time.”

The source adds, “Meghan is obviously pregnant so she will need to take advice from her doctors about whether it is safe for her to travel, but I think Harry will definitely go.”

After a story about a member of the royal family being concerned about the color of their son Archie’s skin caught particular media attention, Meghan and Harry clarified that it was not Prince Philip who made the insensitive remark. It was also unclear how much Philip, who was ill for many weeks prior to his death, was fully apprised of the situation regarding the Sussexes and their interview.

Britney Spears Casually Shared a Throwback Photo With Justin Timberlake

Nearly two months after Justin Timberlake apologized for his treatment of Britney Spears following their messy breakup in 2002, the “Toxic” singer shared a throwback photo from their days as a couple.

In celebration of her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, turning 30 this month, Britney shared a blast from the past on Instagram. “Happy belated birthday to this beautiful soul,” she wrote in the caption of the photo, which included her little sister and ex, on April 9. “I love you so much and damn it I wish I was as smart as you at 30!!!! It’s weird to say that I was basically your momma when you were younger and yes I’m still older but your soul is and always has been wise!!!!”

In the caption, Britney praised the Zoey 101 actor for her strength. “And not only are you a beautiful soul you’re so DAMN STRONG … I was extremely taken back and still am to this very day,” Britney continued. “We play wrestled at home (such classy Southern chicks) and you put me to the floor in literally two seconds after I gave all my might… I’ll never forget it !!! Maybe we should have a rematch…I mean things have changed since 6 years ago!!!!! PS I wish I was as strong as you and happy birthday!!!!”

This post comes two months after Justin Timberlake caught heat over his behavior towards the pop star, which was highlighted in the New York Times documentary, Framing Britney Spears. The “Cry Me a River” singer posted a lengthy apology to Britney, as well as Janet Jackson, on Instagram. 

“I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right,” he wrote on February 12. “I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism.”

He added, “I care deeply about the well-being of the people I love and have loved. I can do better and will do better.”

Though Britney has not publically responded to his statement, she recently shared her thoughts on the explosive documentary, admitting on Instagram that she “cried for two weeks” following its release.

“It takes a lot of strength to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I’ve always been so judged… insulted… and embarrassed by the media… and I still am till this day,” she wrote in the caption of a dancing video on March 30. “As the world keeps on turning and life goes on we still remain so fragile and sensitive as people!!! I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I did see of it I was embarrassed by the light they put me in…I cried for two weeks and well…I still cry sometimes!!!!”

She added, “I’m not here to be perfect….perfect is boring…I’m here to pass on kindness!!!!”


We Tried Fenty’s New Skin Tint on Five Different Skin Tones

This launch immediately piqued my interest not only because I subscribe to the church of Rihanna, but also because I’m always here for another no-makeup makeup staple, and I was a big fan of the Fenty Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Longwear Foundation in the before times. I’ve mainly used this one tinted oil every day for the past year, but I’ve found that when I have a breakout and the light hits just so, the dewiness of the formula actually draws attention to any texture issues I’m trying to conceal—which is not the case with Fenty Beauty’s Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint. 

This product does exactly what it claims to: blurs pores and bumps, evens skin tone, and gets the job done with a mess-free application. The compact packaging makes it ideal for throwing into a tote bag and keeping on deck for mid-day touch-ups, which can easily be done with your fingers if you don’t have a sponge or a brush on hand, since it’s not liquid-y at all. I’m still going to keep my go-to tinted oil on rotation, but this is an awesome alternative if I’m going for a more air-brushed look, rather than something super supple and dewy. I’d recommend this for a lightweight summer look or for days when you’re hopping on a Zoom call that you want to look alive for, but may or may not be wearing pants.

Bella Cacciatore, beauty associate, shade 3

Bella wears shade 3.

Bella Cacciatore

This would be the world’s most perfect foundation if I had just a little less acne. I love the way it feels—like nothing—and the pretty, airbrushed finish. It’s not dewy, but it’s not a classic matte either, so it works perfectly with my combo skin. It offers pretty decent coverage for a tint, considering most others I’ve tried just add dew instead of pigment, but my scarring and pimples shine through just a touch too much for my taste (it looks better in photos than IRL which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). However, I’m so into the blurring effect and lightweight texture that I’m willing to pack on the concealer where I need it, especially with summer coming up.

Shanna Shipin, commerce editor, shade 11

Shanna wears shade 11.

Shanna Shipin 

I’m shocked at how much I love this product. I typically would never go for a satin-y finish since I have supremely dry skin and fine lines, but this somehow does not accentuate either. The color match is absolutely perfect (which is saying something because it’s usually hard for me to find a flawless fit for my medium skin), and the coverage is just my type: It easily evens out my skin tone but is light enough to actually look natural. (It really, truly look like skin.) The only thing I wish this product had was some moisturizing properties since it’s perfect for using during the spring and summer.

Fenty Beauty Eaze Drop Blurring Skin Tint

$30

Sephora

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_. 

Ulta Just Launched Its Spring Sale, and the Deals Are Too Good to Miss

Spring is in full swing, which means it’s time to hit up the latest Ulta sale for a major revamp to your beauty bag. The retailer’s Spring Haul Event comes just days after the 21 Days of Beauty Sale tempted us to checkout, and has everything from holy grail skin care to top-rated makeup and bath and body mainstays—all up to 50% off while supplies last. The seasonal blowout is happening online and in-store from April 9 through April 17, which means you have limited time to restock your faves for the warmer temps ahead. It’s not every day you can score fan-favorite dry shampoo, best-selling moisturizers, and buzzy blush, concealer, and mascara for the fraction of the price, so get in on these deals while they’re hot.

Ulta is blessing our carts with clean beauty essentials from Honest, longtime favorites from Neutrogena, and hair saviors from Shea Moisture and Batiste—plus the Baby Foot Peel that will get you shaped up for a shot girl summer that’s sure to be unforgettable. As we look onward with optimism after an unprecedented twelve months, we’re all here for a beauty-induced mood boost. Ulta gets it, so aside from the impressive discounts, the retailer is offering select gifts with purchases as well as limited-edition product bundles for less. 

If you’re not sure where to start, we pulled our top picks from each category at the Ulta Spring Haul Event below—all that’s left to do is get to shopping.

Best Ulta Skin Care Deals 

As temps continue to rise, you may be due for a re-up on skin care essentials for spring and summer. Luckily, the Ulta sale is slashing prices on lightweight moisturizers like the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel, tried-and-true cleansers from Ceravé, everyday essentials like makeup wipes and SPF, plus a selection of toners and serums. So whether you’re looking to restock your core collection or want to dabble in a new treatment, the Spring Haul Event has a skincare essential for you—starting with the bestsellers below.

Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Night Moisturizer

$39$27

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Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser

$14$10

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Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum

$34$24

Ulta

Thayers Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Facial Toner

Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer SPF 30

$20$16

Ulta

Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes Twin Pack

$12$10

Ulta

CeraVe Resurfacing Retinol Serum

$20$16

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Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel

$26$21

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Best Ulta Makeup Deals 

If you took a break from makeup during quarantine, you’re hardly the only one. But if you’re feeling ready to get creative again, this Ulta sale is a must. Get discounts on lightweight makeup for a low-key summer beat, like best-selling BB and CC creams, dewy blush drops from Flower Beauty, and a balmy Beauty Awards-winning bronzer from Physicians Formula. If you’ve had enough no-makeup makeup and are ready to go all out with scroll-stopping looks this season, the sale has palettes up for grabs too, plus plenty of bold lip color to go around. Oh, and you’ll get a free gift with E.l.f. Makeup purchases of $20 or more. We’re sensing bomb selfies in your future.

Morphe The Big Prime Lash Primer

Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer Murumuru Butter Bronzer

$16$11

Ulta

Revlon ColorStay Satin Ink Liquid Lipstick

CoverGirl Clean Matte BB Cream

Flower Beauty Light Illusion Full Coverage Concealer

E.l.f. Cosmetics Putty Blush

Best Ulta Hair Care Deals

Whether you’re hanging onto your flowing quarantine length or went for a big chop, don’t sleep on the hair care deals at the Ulta Sale 2021. Discounted hair tools, curly hair saviors, and revitalizing hair masks are all in the mix, so we’re predicting gorgeous, healthy strands ahead. From drugstore gems like OGX and Shea Moisture to summer must-haves from Sun Bum and Batiste, there’s something for every kind of hair routine. So add these products to cart and watch the compliments roll in.

SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie

Batiste Original Dry Shampoo

Eva Nyc Therapy Session Hair Mask

$15$10

Ulta

Sun Bum Revitalizing 3 In 1 Leave In Treatment

OGX Argan Oil of Morocco Conditioner

Eva Nyc Spectrum Far-Infrared 1” Styling Iron

$80$56

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Best Ulta Bath and Body Deals 

Once your skincare regimen is squared away, show your body some love with Ulta’s selection of bath bombs, body butters, and exfoliators that will leave your skin fresh and rejuvenated for beach days and poolside hangs. The brand is also offering deals award-winning portable hand sanitizer (a must), plus a cult-favorite foot peel that will get your heels in order for sandals season. No callouses here!

Da Bomb Tie Dye Bath Bomb

$7.50$5

Ulta

Baby Foot Original Exfoliant Foot Peel

$25$20

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Frank Body Original Coffee Scrub

$17$12

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Soap & Glory The Righteous Butter Body Butter

$15$10.50

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Nest Fragrances Bamboo & Jasmine Fragranced Hand and Body Wipes

$24$12

Ulta

Touchland Power Mist Unscented

Rachel Lindsay Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

When she’s not helping people find closure from past relationships on MTV’s binge-worthy Ghosted, media personality and lawyer Rachel Lindsay is holding reality TV accountable when it comes to diverse representation and denouncing the rampant racism that still lies within the industry. Being an advocate for racial justice and an entertainer is tough work, yet Lindsay gets it done with the natural grace and glowing skin that she’s become recognized for.   

“I used to be a minimalist when it came to skin care and then I stepped into my thirties and my skin completely changed,” says Lindsay. Growing up she tells Glamour that her approach to skin care was very much touch and go. “When I tell people this they usually cringe, but when I was in my twenties I would definitely wash my face in the morning, maybe at night with a bar soap. And if I saw any type of blemish I would use rubbing alcohol.”

That all changed when she moved from humid Miami to Los Angeles, which is known for being incredibly dry. Not long after relocating, Lindsay had to find a new skin-care routine quickly that would help treat the adult acne she was suddenly experiencing. “I was in Miami for a long time, where you step outside and it’s like you’re getting a facial,” she says. “And then I moved to L.A. The dry climate was a complete shock to my system, so I had to focus on tackling my skin because I had breakouts like I never did before. I had dryness, and I was left with scarring and hyperpigmentation, which I had never dealt with before.”

Lindsay credits her skin bounce back to facialist Sonya Dakar. She goes in for a facial about once a month (a mix of extractions, under-eye cupping, infrared light, and sitting under an oxygen mask) and, for the most part, exclusively uses Dakar’s line to cleanse, hydrate, and protect her combination skin. “I follow every rule that she gives me, from going to her monthly and using the right products, to changing my face towel and pillowcases in the morning and at night, every single day. I’ve seen such a drastic improvement.” 

Helping people come to terms with past heartbreak isn’t for the faint of heart, yet that’s exactly what Lindsay and co-host Travis Mills have set out to do on season 2 of Ghosted. Read on to find out how Lindsay keeps her skin calm and collected while navigating whirlwind relationships for the latest segment of Drop The Routine.

My Cleanser

I get my makeup done five days out of the week, so that’s something I have to tackle well. I start off with Sonya Dakar’s Sensi Wash, which is a pretty gentle face wash. I used to use my hands, but switched to a face towel because of what’s going on my face every day. I realized I wasn’t getting down deep enough to remove all my makeup. I also sweat really easily, and I think that buildup was also affecting my skin.

Sonya Dakar Sensi Wash

$59

Sonya Dakar

My Toner

After cleansing, I use a toner on my face to help brighten my skin, and this one is amazing. Consistency is important for me when it comes to my skin-care routine now—that and treating dark spots and wrinkle lines. 

Sonya Dakar Rubica Hydrating Toner

$46

Sonya Dakar

My Moisturizers

I’m a longtime fan of Mary Kay and my favorite product is the antiaging moisturizer. My mom uses it, and I followed in her footsteps of using it on my face and neck twice a day. It’s light and effective. I also really like Sonya Dakar’s Omega Oil, which I’ll follow with her Blue Butterfly Balm. It’s this creamy moisturizer that makes your skin feel like silk. 

Mary Kay TimeWise Age-Fighting Moisturizer

$24

Mary Kay

Sonya Dakar Organic Omega Booster

$54

Sonya Dakar

Sonya Dakar Blue Butterfly Balm

$85

Sonya Dakar

My Dark Spot Treatments

To help with some of the dark spots and scarring that I have, I’ll put a brightening cream directly on the spots I want to treat. I was also recently introduced to Good Genes by Sunday Riley. It plumps any fine lines and brightens the appearance of dark spots while exfoliating my skin to help prevent clogged pores.

Sonya Dakar Fade Away

$195

Sonya Dakar

Sunday Riley Good Genes All-In-One Lactic Acid Treatment

$85

Sephora

Catch Rachel Lindsay in the latest season of Ghosted online now. This interview has been edited and condensed. 

Lizzo Says Fat Women Aren’t Benefiting From the Body Positivity Movement

Lizzo is speaking out for fat women who are being left behind in what many call the body positivity movement. In a new video, the “Juice” singer points out that a movement started by fat women, particularly women of color, has been muddled by a blanket call for body acceptance that tends to favor mid-sized and skinny women who receive praise for accepting their so-called imperfections. 

On April 8, Lizzo stitched a video from someone who was rightfully upset over a comment telling them to work out. “I don’t understand why I can’t just exist in my body,” the person said through tears. Lizzo took it upon herself to respond.

“Now the body positivity has been co-opted by all bodies and people are finally celebrating medium and small girls and people who occasionally get rolls, fat people are still getting the short end of this movement,” she said straight to the camera. “We’re still getting shit on—we’re still getting talked about, memed, shamed—and no one cares anymore because it’s like, ‘body positivity is for everybody.’”

Lizzo continued, “Yes, please be positive about your body, please use our movement to empower yourself. That’s the point. But the people who created this movement: Big women, big Brown and Black women, queer women are not benefiting from the mainstream success of it. Our bodies are none of your fucking business or health is none of your fucking business. All we ask is that you keep that same energy with these medium girls that you praise, keep the same fucking energy.”

“Please use the body positive movement to empower yourself,” Lizzo emphasized in the caption. “But we need to protect and uplift the bodies it was created for and by.”

This is not the first—and surely won’t be the last—time the “Truth Hurts” singer has laid out these kinds of truths. On March 25, she came for “fake doctors” who take it upon themselves to diagnose strangers in the comments section, particularly fat creators who lead active lifestyles. 

“I just wanted to say I’ve seen a few of these videos about like you know, fat girls who eat healthy and stay active but can’t seem to lose weight,” she began the video. “I think these kinds of videos are important, whether they intend to lose weight or don’t want to lose weight, just to show that every single body is different and how it functions is different. What really bothers me are the fake doctors in the comments, saying, ‘Oh, you have this or you might have this condition.’ No. What if I’m just fat?”

Ultimately, Lizzo encouraged her followers to remember to enjoy living in their bodies. “Bodies are not all designed to be slim with a six-pack,” she pointed out. “If you’re feeling down on yourself today, just remember that your body is your body. Nobody got your body. So enjoy that bitch.”


Breaking Down All the Theories About Taylor Swift’s New ‘Fearless’ Songs

Taylor Swift dropped her highly-anticipated Fearless re-recording on Friday, April 9, and fans are pumped. “Fearless was an album full of magic and curiosity, the bliss and devastation of youth,” the singer wrote on Instagram.” “It was the diary of the adventures and explorations of a teenage girl who was learning tiny lessons with every new crack in the facade of the fairytale ending she’d been shown in the movies.”

This re-release is exciting, obviously, and interesting. Because we’ve heard these songs before, there’s not much to dissect and analyze, like new Taylor Swift albums of the past. That being said, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) does have six new songs. And stans, naturally, are decoding them down to the last letter. 

Below, check out the dominant theories about these from-the-vault gems. 

“You All Over Me” (featuring Maren Morris)

What’s it about: Swift has physically moved on from a relationship, but the emotional residue still lingers. “Swore that I’d get out of here/But no amount of freedom gets you clean/I’ve still got you all over me,” she sings

Who fans think it’s about:  Joe Jonas. 

The evidence: For one, Jonas and Swift dated in 2008, around the time this song was born. Plus, fans see similarities between “You All Over Me” and “Last Kiss,” a Speak Now favorite that’s allegedly Jonas-inspired. 

“Mr. Perfectly Fine”

What’s it about: A cheeky, country banger in which Swift takes an ex to task. He’s apparently emerged from their relationship unscathed (or, wait for it, perfectly fine), but Swift is not. “Hello, Mr. Perfectly Fine. How’s your heart after breaking mine?” she sings. 

DMX, Iconic Rapper and Actor, Has Died at 50

Tributes to Tyson from celebrities soon flooded the internet: 

Double K

The rapper from duo People Under the Stairs passed away at 43 years old. 

Larry King

King passed in late January 2021 at 87 years old; he had been hospitalized with COVID-19 over the holidays. Ora Media, the media company cofounded by King, announced the news on January 23. “For 63 years and across the platforms of radio, television, and digital media, Larry’s many thousands of interviews, awards, and global acclaim stand as a testament to his unique and lasting talent as a broadcaster,” a statement read. 

Journalists in particular took to social media to talk about how King influenced them: 

Cloris Leachman

The Young Frankenstein and Mary Tyler Moore Show actor passed away at 94 years old from natural causes. “There was no one like Cloris,” her manager, Juliet Green, told Page Six. “With a single look she had the ability to break your heart or make you laugh ’till the tears ran down your face. You never knew what Cloris was going to say or do, and that unpredictable quality was part of her unparalleled magic.”

Joanne Rogers

Rogers, a pianist and widow of TV legend Fred Rogers, passed at 92 years old. “Fred Rogers Productions is deeply saddened by the passing of Joanne Rogers,” the organization said in a statement, per People. “The loving partner of Fred Rogers for more than 50 years, she continued their shared commitment to supporting children and families after his death as chair of the board of Fred Rogers Productions.”

Deezer D

Known for playing Malik McGrath on ER, Deezer D passed away January 7 at 55 years old. 

Marion Ramsey 

The actor, famous for her roles on Broadway and the film Police Academy, passed on January 7 at 73 years old. 

Ed Bruce 

On January 8, the country music legend passed away from natural causes. 

John Reilly 

The General Hospital and Beverly Hills, 90210 star died on January 10 at 84 years old. 

Sylvain Sylvain 

The New York Dolls guitarist died at 69 years old. “As most of you know, Sylvain battled cancer for the past two and 1/2 years,” his wife, Wanda O’Kelley Mizrahi, wrote in a Facebook post. “Though he fought it valiantly, yesterday he passed away from this disease. While we grieve his loss, we know that he is finally at peace and out of pain.”

Harry Brant

The 24-year-old son of model and actor Stephanie Seymour and magazine publisher Peter Brant passed away at 24 years old from an accidental overdose. “We will forever be saddened that his life was cut short by this devastating disease,” the family said in a statement to The New York Times. “He achieved a lot in his 24 years, but we will never get the chance to see how much more Harry could have done.”

Sonny Fox 

The beloved host of Wonderama, a popular 1960s children’s show, died at 95 from coronavirus complications. “It is with sadness that we share the news of Sonny’s passing in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 24th, of Covid Related Pneumonia,” a statement reads. “We will post more as we learn more of where to send your condolences.”

Song Yoo-jung

The South Korean actor and model died at 26. “Actress Song Yoo-jung has left us,” Sublime Artist Agency wrote in the caption, translated by CNN. “Yoo-jung was a friend who always gave us happiness with a bright smile, and an awesome actress who acted with a passion bigger than anyone.”

Rest in peace to all the celebrities who died in 2021.