Friday, June 26, 2009


Dunia hiburan kehilangan dua penghibur terkenal hari ini - Michael Jackson dan bintang Charlie's Angels Farrah Fawcett.

Balasungkawa yang ditulis oleh The Time Magazine:
The tragedy of Michael Jackson's death at age 50, reportedly from cardiac arrest, pales in comparison to the tragedy of his life. To understand all that Jackson had and lost requires wiping away three decades of plastic surgeries that deformed him, erratic behavior that made his name synonymous with the warping powers of fame, and a 2005 trial for sexually abusing a child that, even though he was spared of any finding of wrongdoing, made him a pariah to all but the most brainwashed of fans.

But if you can forgive or forget all that, underneath was one of the most talented entertainers of the 20th century.

Artikel penuh Time Magazine:,8599,1907269,00.html

Balasungkawa Farrah Fawcett oleh The Guardian, Britain:

She epitomised the glamour and what was quaintly known as the sex-appeal of 1970s California: the buoyant golden curls, the pearl-white teeth, the sun-kissed curves. As the standout heroine of an improbable detective series, Charlie's Angels, Farrah Fawcett shot to stardom on our television screens and, thanks to a poster that sold a record 12m copies, lodged herself in the minds of teenage boys everywhere.

She died yesterday aged 62, after chronicling her two-and-a-half year battle with cancer in a video diary. With appearances from her partner, Ryan O'Neal, and her Charlie's Angels co-stars, the two-hour show was broadcast last month in America with the aim, Fawcett said, of fulfilling "a certain responsibility to those who are fighting their own fights and may be able to benefit from learning about mine".

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