Hollywood heartbreak June 25, 2009 – the day Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett
died – About 12 hours apart.
Fawcett, who inspired millions of women to imitate their cut hair, fought with every strand she had when she was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006.
FILE – This August 13, 2006 file photo shows Farrah Fawcett on the red carpet before Comedy Central’s “Roast of William Shatner” in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Rene Macura, FILE) TheAssociated Press
actress and model was declared cancer-free in 2007, but then learned it had spread to her liver.
“There is a reason for all this. It is a challenge to my core, my strength, my mind, my soul and my soul,” she says in a documentary made at her request by her best friend, Alana Stewart, who Follows his journey to a cure for cancer.
Fawcett died at 2:28 in the emergency room of Providence St. John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California, on June 25, 2009 at the age of 62. He died at 2:28 p.m. in the emergency room of pop star Michael Jackson. Ki was about 12 hours earlier at the age of 2. That same day at 26.
She says in the film that she will “never compromise” with her “will to live”. I will not politely go to that good night.”
Fawcett conducted experimental treatments both in the United States and abroad.
Her doctor said, “She was fearless.”
Fawcett was born in Texas. She moved to California to pursue a modeling career with her good looks and iconic feather-cut hairstyle.
Fawcett, wearing a red swimsuit, is the subject of a 1976 poster that is the best-selling poster of all time with 12 million copies.
Fawcett was also one of the original “Charlie’s Angels” along with Kate Jackson and Jacqueline Smith. Fawcett left the show after just one season and was replaced by Cheryl Ladd.
Fawcett was married to actor Lee Majors from 1973 to 1982. She then had an on-again, off-again relationship with actor Ryan O’Neill until her death. They had a son, Redmond O’Neill.
According to Biography, Fawcett appeared in the unsuccessful films “Logan’s Run” in 1976, “Sunburn” in 1979, and “Saturn 3” in 1980.
He starred in the 1981 TV miniseries “Murder in Texas” and the film “The Cannonball”. Run” in 1981. In
1984 she produced and starred in the TV movie, “The Burning Bed,” about domestic violence. She earned an Emmy nomination for her performance.
She appeared in the 1986 film version of the play “Extremities,” which earned her a Golden Globe.
In 1989 she played a mother who shot her children in “Small Sacrifice.” She earned an Emmy nomination for that mini-series.
Among other television roles, in 1997 she Appeared in “The Apostle” with Robert Duvall. In 2000, she appeared in the comedy “Dr. T and the Women” with Richard Gere and Helen Hunt. Her third Emmy nomination
came from “The Guardian” in 2001. In May 2009, NBC aired the documentary “The Story of Farah.” The film featured her treatment for cancer. and follows him until a few weeks before his death. In the film, Stewart said that Fawcett asked her to record the difficult parts as well because, “that’s cancer.”
File of 1993 The photo shows pop superstar Michael Jackson performing during the halftime show at the Super Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
, Died, his music climbed to the top of the charts.
Amazon.com released all of his CDs and Jackson 5’s sold the CDs
. After receiving the anesthetic propofol from Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson suffered a cardiac arrest at his home in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, on June 25, 2009. Jackson was 50. At the
time, he was ” was preparing for a 50-show comeback tour called “This Is It”.
Media reports indicate in the weeks before his death That Jackson was acting in a bizarre way, extraordinarily thin and anxious, but after a week off from rehearsals, he got better.
, on June 24, 2009, History.comJackson left home at around 7 pm for a rehearsal at the Staples Center. Rehearsals went well but later that evening he complained to Murray of being tired and wanting propofol. Murray gave him Valium until the middle of the morning on June 25.
The New York Times called Jackson “the Peter Pan of pop music: the little boy who refused to grow up”.
According to, “Jackson struggled with addiction to prescription drugs, mired in self-doubt and debt. Biography.com“
“With his announced return fast approaching, Jackson’s final days of rehearsal and spotlight because he was battling inner demons.”
According to the coroner, the cardiac arrest was caused by acute propofol intoxication.
“Jackson was given medication to help him sleep through the night by his personal physician,” according to Biography.com.
Murray was convicted of voluntary manslaughter for Jackson’s death and served two years in prison.
A Beverly Hills pharmacy filed a complaint against Jackson for not paying a prescription drug bill of $101,926 in 2007.
Jackson was also investigated for child molestation, but was acquitted of those charges in 2005.was
A four-hour two-part documentary called “Leaving Neverland” . The film accuses Jackson of sexually abusing children. The film focused on two men who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Jackson. was abused.
Neverland Ranch was Jackson’s home and private amusement park and zoo in California. He lived there from 1988 to 2005.
Michael Jackson performed his music with his brothers in the early 1960s as part of the Jackson 5 Career began. Michael began his solo career in the early 1970s. He last toured with his brothers in 1983.
His first solo No. 1 hit was “Ben” in 1972. In 1979 they released “Off the Wall” which featured the Grammy Award winning song “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”. “
Thriller” was released in 1982. The record scored seven Top 10 hits and received eight Grammy Awards. Songs included “Billie Jean,” “Thriller” and “Beat It.”
Jackson performed his famous dance performance in 1983Move Moonwalked.
Hits included “Man in the Mirror” and “The Way You Make Me Feel” in 1987. The
album “Dangerous” was released in 1991 and included the hit song, “Black or White.”
Jackson was married to Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis from 1994 to 1996. He married Debbie Rowe, mother of two of his three children, in 1996. The marriage ended in 1999.
Their children were Michael Joseph “Prince” Jackson Jr., Paris -Michael Katherine Jackson and Prince Michael “Blanket” Jackson II.
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