Emmys In Memoriam Segment Snubs Charlie Murphy, Erin Moran and More; Twitter Rages

So the Emmy Awards happened last night, and lots of people had lots of feelings about it.

And many, if not most, of those feelings were extremely negative.

Lots of people were upset when Sterling K. Brown was played off the stage during his lovely acceptance speech — so many that the venue was filled with boos after it happened.

There was also the very odd choice to bring out Sean Spicer — the "joke" didn't land, to say the least.

Then there was the In Memoriam segment, the part of the show where everyone takes time to pay tribute to the people from the industry who are no longer with us.

It sounds nice, right?

But the people in charge over there at the Emmys truly dropped the ball with this one.

Huge stars like Charlie Murphy, Dick Gregory, Frank Vincent, Harry Dean Stanton, and Erin Moran weren't remembered during this special moment during the show.

And you know Twitter wasn't having that …

1. A Strong Start

A strong start
Viola David? Chris Jackson? Boy, this thing had all the ingredients to be a real tear-jerker, huh?

2. But Alas …

But alas
It just simply did not work out.

3. Common Knows

Common knows
In a nice way, Common called out the Emmys for ignoring Charlie Murphy and Dick Gregory.

4. A Huge Oversight

A huge oversight
… Because really, how are you going to do that to Charlie Murphy and Dick Gregory?

5. Not Erin Moran!

Not erin moran
Seriously, they forgot this lady, too. Such a disappointment.

6. Where’s the Lie?

Wheres the lie
Nothing against legends Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, obviously, but this person has an excellent point.

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Erin Andrews Marries Jarret Stoll!!!

They do, folks.

They really, truly, officially do!

In exciting and romantic news first broken by People Magazine, Dancing with the Stars co-host Erin Andrews has tied to knot with NHL player Jarret Stoll, with the couple exchanging vows on Saturday in Montana.

According a rep for Andrews, the magical event took place around sunset and only a select group of close friends and family members were in attendance.

Andrews wore a gorgeous gown designed by Carolina Herrera, while someone named Yifat Oren planned the wedding.

For those who care about that sort of thing.

The Fox reporter has been seeing the professional athlete since 2012; the stars got engaged in December after a rocky several months for each of them separately.

In April of 2015, for example, Stoll was busted for possession of cocaine and ecstasy.

He was allegedly in possession of 3.3 grams of cocaine and 8.1 grams of ecstasy when he was arrested at the West Republic pool at the MGM Grand at the time.

Andrews, meanwhile, was driven to tears while testifying at the trial of a stalker who snuck illegal peeks at the beauty while she got changed in a hotel room back in 2009.

In March of last year, Andrews was awarded $ 55 million in a lawsuit against Marriott International for that company’s negligence in allowing such an act to take place.

Then, in January, Andrews admitted that she had been diagnosed with cervical cancer.

She explained how she underwent the second of two procedures for the illness last November and learned 16 days later that she was all clear.

She was fortunate enough to never need radiation nor chemotherapy.

And now she’s fortunate enough to have married the man of her dreams!

Stoll popped the life-altering question at Disneyland’s exclusive Club 33 over the holidays.

Andrews told Good Morning America of the proposal shortly after she accepted:

“We went there for Christmas to see the Christmas decorations, and we had a lovely dinner there, and he did it right there at dinner at Disneyland.

“I was bawling like a child.”

We love it.

And we’re so very happy for these two celebrities.

May they live a lifetime of health and happiness as husband and wife!


Erin Andrews Opens Up About Cancer Diagnosis: Get The Details!

Erin Andrews is cancer-free after having surgery to remove all traces of the disease from her body

The 39-year-old has opened up to Health magazine about her diagnosis, recovery and whether there is the possibility that cancer could return down the line. 

One of the key talking points, of course, was Erin’s decision to freeze her embryos a few years back. Her reason?

“Just because it was all the rage,” the star confirms to the publication. 

“It definitely took a serious turn for us,” Andrews opens up about the chances of conceiving with fiancé, Jarret Stoll.

“I’m not young, we don’t know when we’re going to have a baby, we don’t know if this is going to come back.”

It sure sounds like things were in an uncertain state for Andrews during that difficult time. Thankfully, she’s currently healthy.

Andrews even opened up about keeping her diagnosis a secret from her coworkers. We can’t even begin to imagine how it must have been for Erin to come to terms with the diagnosis. 

It would have been difficult for anyone. 

“Working with a bunch of men, I didn’t wanna be like, ‘Sooo, they think I have cervical cancer,’ and they’d be like, ‘Where’s your cervix?’ ” she says.

“But I’d also come off this huge trial that was kind of the focus of the summer, and I don’t want to be the girl that always has the problems at the table — ‘And now I have cancer!’”

The huge trial Erin is referring to was the one in which she was awarded $ 55 million because she sued the Marriot International hotel chain. She claimed that they knowingly let peeping tom, Michael Barrett to have the room next to her. 

This resulted in a nude video of Andrews doing the rounds in 2009. It was a difficult time for the Fox News anchor and Dancing with the Stars co-host, who claimed she felt ashamed and was even close to abandoning her career. 

Erin also felt like her illness was not something that was a big deal and that’s part of the reason why she kept quiet about it. 

“I also think that I didn’t want to believe it was that big a deal, so we kept it quiet. But the wait was horrible.”

Andrews then went on to speak about the aftermath of her surgery, which took place on October 11. 

“At Dancing with the Stars that Monday, I was in my dressing room when the phone rang and [the doctor] said, ‘You’re good. We got it.’ I was like, ’Oh my God,’ crying — while trying on a ballroom dress,” she says.

Nowadays, Erin is hopeful for the future and may be looking into having children. 

“I want to continue doing more, but it’s going to be shaped toward how I want to have this family and how I do want to have kids,” she says. 

“I think it’s possible that I’ll be able to have a kid and be able to do this for a living. We’re just gonna have to figure out how.”

What do you think about all of this?


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Erin Moran: Her Brother Reveals Secrets of Her Tragic Life

Last week, Erin Moran, best known for playing Joanie on Happy Days, passed away after a short but brutal battle with cancer.

We hadn’t heard anything about her in a while, with the latest reports before her death being about her struggles with money and how she’d become homeless.

But now Erin’s brother, Tony Moran, is filling the public in with some details about her that we never knew.

And every last one of them is absolutely heartbreaking.

Tony says that Erin hadn’t told him or any of their four other siblings about her cancer, and when he learned of her passing, he, like many others, assumed it was because of her struggles with addiction.

“I didn’t even realize she was sick, never mind dying,” he reveals. “When I found out I bawled like a baby. I couldn’t believe she was gone.”

“My first thoughts were she must have had a heart attack caused by years of substance abuse.”

Tony says that “She has always battled demons and in recent years things have gone from bad to worse.”

“We were raised by a mom and dad who were not fit to be parents. She found true happiness on Happy Days and was America’s sweetheart, but then she was a nobody … and it broke her heart.”

According to him, those ten years that Erin spent playing Joanie on Happy Days were “the most content I ever saw Erin,” and “her castmates were the stable family she never had growing up.”

He says that growing up, their father was “a violent man who ruled our home with fear and physical abuse,” while their mother “lived her life through Erin,” and “when she wasn’t on set with her, she was in bed off her head on painkillers.”

Since Erin achieved fame at such an early age, she was never the direct victim of their father’s rage, “but she witnessed it all and longed to have parents who were loving instead of the horrible parents they were.”

Tony reveals that Erin first began experimenting with drugs when she was a teenager, after some Happy Days higher ups asked her to lose weight.

“The pressure to look a certain way was relentless and that fuelled her drug taking. She never felt pretty or thin enough,” he remembers.

“She was about 16 when she started to drink and smoke pot … Then it was speed and cocaine. I never said anything. I was indulging as much as she was and none of us were mature enough to stop it.”

During those years, Tony says that Erin spent money recklessly on anything and everything she wanted, but “it was too much, too young,” and when Happy Days ended, she struggled to get more jobs.

“Nobody wanted to book her, as everyone thought of her as Joanie,” he says. “I cannot begin to imagine how hard that was for her.”

“Erin loved fame, so when she didn’t have it any more she fell apart. It was a false love, but the only one she really knew.”

He says that she “thought of herself as a failure,” and used drugs and alcohol to numb that pain.

“I think in her final months,” he imagines, “she’d had enough of living after all she had been through and was just ready to go.”

“I wish I had got a chance to tell her how much I loved her. I pray she finds the peace she never found when she was alive … She had such a huge heart, it was just too big for Hollywood.”

Again, our condolences to Tony and the rest of Erin’s family. It seems they lost a truly wonderful woman.