Inspired from another thread. But is there a celebrity incident that cause you or a close friend/relative to cry for days on end?
What Celebrity Incident Caused You To CRY For Days
|by Anonymous||reply 139||05/13/2019|
Election of The Apprentice star Donald Trump
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No, because I'm emotionally mature, and I only associate with other emotionally healthy people.
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Goop winning an Oscar.
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When River Phoenix died. The circumstances were tragic. He died while his younger siblings watched helplessly.
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Never cried for days but I was upset when Lucy, Kurt Cobain, and Philip Seymour Hoffman died. Diana too.
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I was very upset when Jason Newsted left Metallica...and the band's uncertain future.
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Robin Williams. I cried and was shocked at how heartbroken I was. I realized I grew up with him - Mrs. Doubtfire, Jumanji, Alladin, etc.
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My heart is still heavy about Mark Hollis of Talk Talk dying of cancer.
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Crying and making a fuss over a dead celebrity you didn't know personally is narcissistic behavior.
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Diana, JFK Jr, Kurt Cobain, Dale Earnhardt ( I'm southern), Michael Jackson, Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
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I get bummed out for a few hours but go on with my life. I didn’t know them personally. Is that callus?
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A friend of mine gets all worked up and maudlin over practically every celebrity death but his nadir had to have been crying for FOUR days when Jackie Onassis died.
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Oh yeah, gotta add JFK jr. and Robin Williams to my list.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||03/04/2019|
No, it's not callus, R14. It's healthy.
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Prince, for sure
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Damn. Forget to add Prince!
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|by Anonymous||reply 21||03/04/2019|
I really don't know anyone, male or female who has literally cried when some celebrity died.
Okay, a crazy girl in my high school when Princess Diana died but she was crazy long before that, though her prolonged state of grief was what finally convinced her parents that she needed residential treatment.
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Prince, particularly when The news said he died alone.
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|by Anonymous||reply 24||03/04/2019|
I think if you’re very young it’s possible to cry and get upset. As you get older you realize people die and the world goes on. As an adult I’m more concerned with my life & responsibilities than to be concerned about a celebrity dying. I’ll feel sad for a little while but that’s about it.
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When John Lennon was shot. I was shocked and grief stricken for a long time.
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The last celebrity death that made me cry was Elliott Smith's, but only once, when I saw the shocking news. I haven't listened much to his music since he died, though. It didn't seem so depressing when he was still alive and fighting. Now it just mades me sad to hear him.
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Harry Dean Stanton died a month before my dad did. They looked a lot alike, except unlike Harry who was born looking 52, my dad looked abnormally young until he was about 52. Harry Dean Stanton is ruined for me.
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Lennon because it was so violent. I hadn’t even heard of stalking before then.
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Chris Cornell still shocks me.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||03/04/2019|
Omg yes! John Lennon was fucking awful!
|by Anonymous||reply 35||03/04/2019|
None. I feel a bit sad if a famous person I admire dies, but, shed actually tears? No.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||03/04/2019|
R34 me too. I am still very sad about it. I haven't been able to bring myself to watch the footage of his last show. I feel so bad he felt so desperate.
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|by Anonymous||reply 38||03/04/2019|
[quote] But is there a celebrity incident that cause you or a close friend/relative to cry for days on end?
"days on end"?????
|by Anonymous||reply 39||03/04/2019|
Long version of the Princess Diana scream:
|by Anonymous||reply 40||03/04/2019|
I am the OP of the thread below, and I feel the same way today as I did when I posted it, and that was back in November, so you can imagine what a disaster I was the days following his death.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||03/04/2019|
I don't know about cry for days, but the death of Prince, David Bowie, and several others have made me cry. I don't know why some people find it so weird that some people get emotional over celebrity deaths.
It's the loss of someone who brought a unique talent or voice into the world, and will never be heard new again. But probably more so, particularly musicians, what they did brings memories that connects with time, places, and people they knew while those things were playing in the background. It isn't just the artist, it's everything that goes along with enjoying what they've created. If it's someone you've been listening to for most of your life, it is sort of like having your life flash before your eyes.
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Paul Walker's death. I have no idea why. He was hot (no pun intended, but I wasn't that big a fan of his.
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The Challenger astronauts, because the launch had been so publicized and the footage of them getting ready to depart, looking so hopeful. It was just sickening.
Not celebrities, but the bombing,of the USS Cole in Yemen 11 months less one day before 9-11. I knew one of the dead sailors pretty well, we'd worked together and he had a bright future ahead of him. Left a wife and three kids. The rest of the dead were all youngsters, junior sailors with their whole lives ahead of them, and one ensign who'd started as an enlisted man. I was out of the Navy by then, but it felt like a personal attack. 9-11 hadn't happened, terrorism for most Americans meant Oklahoma City. We were complacent.
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When I got elected.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||03/05/2019|
I've never cried over a celebrity dying but I definitely felt sad about Bowie, and spent a very pleasant evening listening to his hits on a local radio station after the news broke. One death that really shocked me though was Brittany Murphy. That was quite shocking.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||03/05/2019|
No, because I don’t project my emotional life into strangers.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||03/05/2019|
Freddie still makes me sad. I would love to see what his new stuff would have been like, what it would be like to see him older and doing the talk shows. I bet he would have been a hoot.
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I was sad when Donna Summer died a few years back. But I didn't cry. I didn't know her personally. I still enjoy her music, though.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||03/05/2019|
David Bowie's death affected me the most. I still get emotional when I hear certain of his songs.
Runners up would be Gregory Peck and Leonard Nimoy.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||03/05/2019|
Not for days, but I was shocked at how hard the murder of John Lennon hit me.
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David Bowie for me too. I grew up with his songs and I still can't hear him without getting sad. Also George Michael despite the long lasting rumors about his health.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||03/05/2019|
When Gwyneth Paltrow won an Oscar.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||03/05/2019|
When Heather O'Rourke died.
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Callus = a piece of thickened skin on the feet or other surfaces caused by repeated friction to that area
Callous = showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
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All of them.
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I cried when Lennon was shot. It seemed like the end of an era. I guess it was.
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Does anyone know exactly who these people are in r40’s link?
|by Anonymous||reply 60||03/05/2019|
Karen Carpenter. Edith Bunker. And Angelique from General Hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||03/05/2019|
I didn't cry, but the death of Steve Irwin bothered me.
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I was molested!
|by Anonymous||reply 63||03/05/2019|
I was very sad when Judy died, not so much because it was unexpected, but because it wasn't. It hadn't been very long since I was a kid looking forward to the annual broadcast of "The Wizard of Oz."
|by Anonymous||reply 64||03/05/2019|
R62 Yeah, stabbed through the heart by a barb from a giant stingray. That was a memorable one.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||03/05/2019|
James Gandolfini was sad, but I only shed a few tears for a day.
I cried when Christopher Reeve had his accident, and I was shocked when he died. I almost cried but realized he probably didn't want to live like that anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||03/05/2019|
Sudden deaths, like JFK, RFK, Lennon and Diana.
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I knew Christopher Reeve slightly, and, like R66, was more shocked by his accident than by the news of his eventual death.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/05/2019|
I didn't cry but when Christopher Reeves' young widow died of lung cancer a year or so after he died, I was shook!
|by Anonymous||reply 69||03/05/2019|
I felt sad when Farrah Fawcett died, because her death was quickly forgotten in favor of that disgusting, perverted, Jackson pig.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||03/05/2019|
How long does the crying last?
|by Anonymous||reply 71||03/05/2019|
Faye Dunaway's run in L.A. Sunset Blvd. being cancelled. I had tickets to the show and had plane reservations and everything.
I was much younger and crushed because she's my fave actress.
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|by Anonymous||reply 73||03/05/2019|
John Ritter’s death.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||03/05/2019|
I didn’t cry, but Joan Rivers death shook me to the core.
Also, the Challenger astronauts. Christa McAuliffe was interviewed and spoke about how lucky she felt to have been selected. I recall her saying: “When I go into space , it will just be me, but I’ll have 12 souls with me.”
I think she referred to “12” because perhaps she was selected from a finalist pool of 12 teachers ,
|by Anonymous||reply 75||03/05/2019|
I Pretty much cry when anyone dies. And no, I am not a narcissist I’m more of an empath.
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|by Anonymous||reply 77||03/05/2019|
JFK and RFK
John Lennon and George Harrison
Diana, Princess of Wales
|by Anonymous||reply 78||03/05/2019|
Yeah, I’ll probably cry when the Queen dies. End of an era. Sue me.
The idea that people would cry over the death of a famous person is not new. People sometimes cry because of what that person symbolizes, not the person themselves. Robin Williams = a person who made us all laugh, while secretly feeling very sad and alone. A lot of people thought he deserved a more comfortable death after all the happiness he’d given others.
Princess Diana = I cried when I saw her two young sons walk behind her casket, and the flower arrangement with the sign, “Mummy.” I knew that was from her sons. It symbolized young kids losing the most important person in their lives. My own mother died fairly young and I remembered how devastated I felt. But they were younger still.
I’ve seen pictures of buildings in Washington draped black upon the death of Lincoln. There was a great outpouring of grief for him. He symbolized a man who gave everything to his country and was worn out, and ultimately gave his life as well. People respected his sacrifice.
Here’s probably the greatest tribute I’ve seen: a white, wealthy, privileged man, mourned by a black man of simple means, because his death symbolized the end of a champion of the working class. Someone who had worked himself to death in an effort to make his own life a little bit fairer, a champion of the poor and persecuted. A father figure to all, guiding the country through one calamity to the next, never letting go until the country was near safe harbor at last. Many Americans could remember no other President. There had always been this warm and reassuring fatherly figure keeping them safe. And that extraordinary man was gone, to be replaced by some mediocrity (Truman, as it turned out). An era was over.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||03/05/2019|
Cry for days?! Zero!
Really, really upset, though, about Janis, Amy, Gene Pitney, JFK, Jr.
JFK also, but I consider Presidents a cut aboe "celebrity."
|by Anonymous||reply 80||03/05/2019|
But I'll add: Diana; RFK; Davy Jones; Jerry Orbach; Levi Stubbs.
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|by Anonymous||reply 83||03/05/2019|
No, I’ve literally never cried due to a celebrity. At all. Ever.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||03/05/2019|
R84 shut up. You sound so stupid.
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|by Anonymous||reply 86||03/06/2019|
Pretty much the only celebrity death that affected me in some way. I grew up with Star Wars and was really caught off guard.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||03/06/2019|
It's weird to see people on a gossip board say that being emotionally affected by a celebrity is stupid and narcissistic.
But I guess DL doesn't really do gossip much anymore.
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R1 ends the thread.
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|by Anonymous||reply 90||03/06/2019|
I was very sad about Freddy and Whitney. I was shocked by John Lennon's death.
The only celebrity I've cried about is trump, and I did cry for several days after the election.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||03/06/2019|
Whitney Houston. I had to take to my bed when I heard about her passing. I also watched the entire funeral when it was broadcast live, and would rewatch it on YouTube several times afterwards. I was a big mess over her death for the longest time. It was as if my own sister died.
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R92 sorry to hear that. How long did it take you to get over it?
|by Anonymous||reply 93||03/06/2019|
I balled at Shelby’s funeral when M’Lynn broke down....devastating.
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|by Anonymous||reply 95||03/07/2019|
RFK assassination when the future suddenly looked bleak.
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RFK was hot
|by Anonymous||reply 97||03/07/2019|
Carrie Fisher. I knew her my entire life, and I am still grieving not because we had a good relationship, no, but because it was so bizarre.
Prince. His death still bothers me and I don't know why.
Amy Winehouse. Sad, sad, sad.
I will cry my eyes out when Queen Elizabeth passes. She truly is a rare, and great, human being.
If Roseanne Barr dies before I do I may lose my shit altogether. I love that woman.
If Monique dies before I do I will cry for days and days. Brave and unique women are rare these days.
I still miss Nina Simone. I knew her. She was a genius in every sense of the word.
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R98 how was your relationship with Carrie Fisher weird?
|by Anonymous||reply 99||03/07/2019|
I still feel bad about Anthony Bourdain. Never thought suicide would be the thing to take him out.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||03/07/2019|
I forgot about Meryl Streep. I do believe she will live to be at least 90, so I won't be around to see it, thank God.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||03/07/2019|
Weird, but, the ones that upset me were soap opera actors from All My Children. I guess having watched since a child, I was more invested in them. Mona, Phoebe, Myrtle and Palmer's deaths made me sad. Didn't cry, but I took to youtube, soap net and youtube.
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R99, I can't go into detail, obviously, as she has passed. I just wish she had dealt with her psychic pain better and not turned to drugs.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||03/07/2019|
Oh, and Jane Fonda, if she doesn't live to be 120! ( and she just might).
Jane Fonda, child of the Santa Monica mountains, survivor of suicide, orphan and natural lover.
We can bookmark her life along with our American history
Put her ass on the line by going to Vietnam, caused a scene, Venice hippy, Klute was clutch, They Shoot Horses, married rich men, bugged by the FBI, sensitive mother, bisexual, etc.
Jane Fonda did it all, bitches. Hope she lives forever. Xoxo
|by Anonymous||reply 104||03/07/2019|
Jane Fonda is not bisexual. She is straight.
I burst into tears when Benazir Bhutto died.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||03/07/2019|
Still grieving over Luke.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||03/14/2019|
Cobain and Bowie.
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Kudos to R1...
|by Anonymous||reply 108||03/14/2019|
Cried a little about Bowie and a smidge about Whitney.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||03/14/2019|
r107 my friend was a fucking wreck over Cobain.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||03/14/2019|
Phil Hartman's murder had me upset for days. My reaction to Stan Lee's death caught me by surprise. I broke down crying while at work.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||03/14/2019|
I cried the second time Shelly Winters died.
(the first time was The Poseidon Adventure)
|by Anonymous||reply 112||03/14/2019|
I cried when Lucy died, she was such a huge part of my childhood. I'll probably cry when the queen dies.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||03/14/2019|
Barbara Cook's death. Same with Elaine Stritch.
What good is New York City without Cook and Stritch?
|by Anonymous||reply 114||03/14/2019|
R110, I was a teen and I made me made tape a picture of him to her car window as we drove around a town. Totally embarrassing now, but he was and is my favorite artist. Bowie's number two. I didn't so much cry, as just feel really, really upset.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||03/14/2019|
I was depressed after learning about Jon-Erik Hexum's death; he was so beautiful and it was so preventable.
I moved to LA a few years later and worked in entertainment and publicity; I likely would have crossed paths with him at some point, I like to think.
By all accounts, he seemed to be a really nice guy.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||03/14/2019|
Cobain’s death really shook me too. He really imploded.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||03/14/2019|
Robin Williams. Although I didn’t cry.
Carrie Fisher a close second.
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|by Anonymous||reply 120||03/14/2019|
Lady Di leaving me out of her will.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||03/14/2019|
Doris Day, I just started. I am genuinely sad today. I had a mad crush on her as a child. I wanted her to be my mom.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||05/13/2019|
I cried like a baby watching Diana's funeral. I usually don't cry, but certain celebrities' deaths affect me more than others. I was shocked by John Lennon being shot..Diana dying by a car crash.. Peggy Lipton, who died yesterday, saddened me. These people seemed vital and healthy.. some so iconic and larger than life... their deaths were abrupt or violent, I was taken aback of the news. Doris Day, who was 97, was sad.. but expected any day, given her age. I agree with R1...trump's election was a blow.. and was numb for days.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||05/13/2019|
*from a car crash^^^
|by Anonymous||reply 124||05/13/2019|
When "Fresh Off the Boat" was renewed. I cried and cried for Constance Wu!
|by Anonymous||reply 125||05/13/2019|
All of them. I have no real friends. I'm unhinged.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||05/13/2019|
Yeah.. Robin Williams bothered me, too..especially being a suicide. Carrie Fisher was a shock, but when Debbie Reynolds died the next day.. that was very sad and touching, since they were so close.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||05/13/2019|
[quote] I was depressed after learning about Jon-Erik Hexum's death; he was so beautiful and it was so preventable.
By which you mean, if he had just been less stupid?
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[quote] Klute was clutch,
What does this mean???
|by Anonymous||reply 129||05/13/2019|
I felt bad about Farrah Fawcett's death.. especially when pedo perv MJ died later the same day. He stole her thunder.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||05/13/2019|
I mourned Costance Wu's career.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||05/13/2019|
[quote]No, because I'm emotionally mature, and I only associate with other emotionally healthy people.
Then what in the hell are you doing here?
Did you take a wrong link?
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Prince. Longtime fan here— saw him in concert at least 10 times— and still remember how I found out. Was checking Prince.org morning of 4/21/16 for concert dates— he was in Atlanta the week before and was hoping his next stop would be in Charlotte. Instead I read breaking news of his unexpected death. Still in shock to this day. I doubt I’ll ever get over it.
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The dragging of James Charles.
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RFK. We'd be living in a much better country had he lived. I knew it back then.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||05/13/2019|
The prevailing theme here seems to be shocking or unexpected deaths are more difficult.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||05/13/2019|
The tragic death of Eric Clapton's son still makes me want to cry.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||05/13/2019|
Once and only once has a celebrity death really affected me. When JFK Jr's plane crashed.
So fkg sad and gruesome.
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