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46. Larry King

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You know..... Larry may not be a bad pick, he's terribly death listy.  Not sure it's his year, but when has that stopped the DL from inclusion?
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5 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

You know..... Larry may not be a bad pick, he's terribly death listy.  Not sure it's his year, but when has that stopped the DL from inclusion?
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His lung cancer would provide some justification for his inclusion, although I guess that he could survive into 2019 even if it were to return next year. But then, there might be better candidates with confirmed terminal cancers. 

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Happy B-day to the one celebrity who would enjoy posting here the most.

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TMZ reporting he had a heart attack resulting in a cardiac arrest on Thursday.Said to be recovering.

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9 minutes ago, Sean said:

TMZ reporting he had a heart attack resulting in a cardiac arrest on Thursday.Said to be recovering.

This must be the most boring year of the decade

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His rep denies he had a heart attack or cardiac arrest but confirms has did undergo heart surgery.

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This really is a slow year. Doubt king will go this year.

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Bit ominous for him, no? Remind me of Jerry Lewis in 2017, just a routine hospital trip then he was still in there months later.

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Back home and on mend after the better part of three months in hospital and recovery unit. Was apparently in worse shape than he let on, though.

 

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King, 85, had been in and out of the hospital with chest pains following his April heart attack and spent most of May and June in a recovery center in Los Angeles. 

Visitors to the hospital were 'shocked' and 'extremely concerned' seeing the former CNN and ESPN host in 'terrible shape', a source close to King told DailyMailTV, but he has since rallied and is even planning a live appearance in New York in October. 

The show, Larry King & Everybody Who Was Anybody For the Past 50 Years, is slated for October 2 at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, featuring a conversation about live music with King and the venue's owner, Peter Shapiro.

King's stunning turnaround is great news for friends and family who feared the ailing star wouldn't make it. 

A source close to King told DailyMailTV: 'Larry has made a truly incredible recovery, everyone thought the worst, he will be 86 in November and when he got so ill everyone feared he wouldn't make it.'

 

 

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She looks good for someone who is 3 months off 60, no doubt all plastic when you get close but even so could pass for his granddaughter.

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What is it with some people...

 

I mean, wasn't that marriage enough for Larry? What does he expect at 80+?

Some people fear of missing out and have a mid-life crisis, does he have an end-life crisis?

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His now ex wife says she will not fight the divorce, because doctors told her that he is Dying.

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12 minutes ago, DeathClock said:

His now ex wife says she will not fight the divorce, because doctors told her that he is Dying.

Surely that is the wrong approach. Shouldn't you be holding the parcel when the music stops.

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