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  1. Egg at |

    Kurt Cobain…?

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  2. Bryan at |

    Good article,
    Princess Diana
    JFK (and Jr.)
    Steve Irwin
    Farley, Belushi, and Hartman
    Jimi Hendrix

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    1. liz at |

      What about River Phoenix?? He was just 23

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  3. Russ at |

    What about George Reeves?

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  4. Kayleigh at |

    interesting read, rip to all of them, it’s so sad 8(

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  5. Henry Coleman at |

    About the Sharon Tate thing.. nobody was strangled. Sharon and her friend whose name I don’t remember were tied together, but their deaths were both from stabbing. Also, two of the people were shot.

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  6. pogi at |

    how about bruce lee?

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  7. Ben at |

    Wheres Tupac,Biggie and Christ Benoit

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    1. jackdaniels63 at |

      No one cares, no one cares and no one cares.

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  8. James Faust at |

    Gotta say I thought Princess Di would make the list. That event ran on all TV channels for days.

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  9. DC at |

    what about 2Pac and Kurt Cobain?
    i miss Michael Jackson..

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  10. SlytherinAngel at |

    What about Heath Ledger? His death was a shock and was accidental overdose.

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  11. Qazuhb at |

    “In a note of irony, future Country Western star Waylon Jennings, who had been playing bass guitar for Holly during the tour, lost a coin-toss with Valens for the fourth seat on the plane. It was to be something that would haunt him the rest of his life.”

    <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Day_the_Music_Died&quot; title="Wikipedia" names Tommy Allsup as the one that lost the coin toss:

    When Holly learned that Jennings wasn’t going to fly, he said in jest, “Well, I hope your ol’ bus freezes up” and Jennings responded, also in jest, “Well, I hope your ol’ plane crashes”. This exchange of words would haunt Jennings for the rest of his life.
    Ritchie Valens had never flown in a small plane before, and asked Tommy Allsup for his seat on the plane. Tommy said “I’ll flip ya for the remaining seat”.

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  12. Jon doe at |

    Well thoes deaths arent a mystery. Most of thoes have been solved. There arent msny conspiracies behind them

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  13. Bassmint at |

    What about Ayrton Senna and Kurt Cobain…

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  14. David at |

    What about Natalie Wood – that’s a really mysterious death!!

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  15. gisela at |

    Nah mj is number one young people hardly know who elvis is besides that hes an advertisement for las vegas hos death caught way more media attention… list needs to b re written also princess diana should have made the list what about jfk i dont know half of the peeps on the list haha

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  16. Lambdachi at |

    Freddie Mercury?? Queen is the 7th best selling recording artist of all time, wrote some of the most famous and recognized rock anthems on the planet, and Freddie has been named the greatest male rock vocalist ever by hundreds of different sources and authorities. He died a horrific and rare death while still in his prime that brought the problem of AIDS to the attention of millions worldwide. I really can’t believe he didn’t make the list.

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    1. Chris at |

      THANK YOU!

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  17. Jennifer McQueen at |

    Aaliyah…

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  18. Don Sarmiento at |

    MICHAEL JACKSON SHOULD BE #1 ON THE LIST. HE’S THE MOST FAMOUS HUMAN BEING IN THE WORLD AND THE GREATEST ENTERTAINER THAT EVER LIVED.

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  19. TJ at |

    Bruce Lee. Diana, Princess of Wales. Heath Ledger.

    Also, the title is misleading. Is it Top 10 Celebrity Deaths or Top 10 Hollywood Deaths?

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    1. Shell Harris at |

      Many of the celebrities were singers so Hollywood wouldn’t be correct. Although I am glad to find out someone else agrees with me that Diana was really just a celebrity.

      Would you consider someone like Bill Gates a celebrity? Just curious. I’m not sure how I would classify someone well-known but not in the entertainment industry

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      1. TJ at |

        Bill Gates, in my opinion, would be a celebrity in his own right in the same way Obama is considered to be one.

        Regarding the Hollywood thingy, I saw that in the last sentence of the intro, before item #10. I don’t mean to be so nitpicky.

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        1. Shell Harris at |

          No offense taken. I was just curious what other people thought about the definition of a celebrity. Thanks for the feedback.

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  20. Chris at |

    No Freddie Mercury is assanine

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  21. Devin Hopkins at |

    Kurt Cobain won artist of the decade from rolling stone, and died at 27 with a lot of mystery and conspiracy around his death. He changed popular music forever with just his last 2 studio albums and he’s not on the list? Come on now…

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  22. Tasha at |

    WHERE THE HELL IS SELENA AND LEFT EYE!?!

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