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'Aware of being alone' Richard E Grant on 'navigating grief' months after wife's death
Twitter to reflect on his wife Joan Washington's death, nine months after she died from stage four lung cancer.The Withnail actor, 65, explained how he felt "more alone" in the company of others compared to being on his own, months after "sorting through" his wife's clothes in their South of France home.In view of his 297,000 followers, the actor reflected on how he's "navigating grief" following the death of his beloved wife.Richard captained the video: "Even though it’s been 9 months since my wife died, navigating grief follows no chartered course."Paper clip in my glasses as opticians all closed today & that’s my neighbours dog barking," he added, before sharing a link to his An Evening With performance dates.In the video, the star could be seen soaking up the sun in his garden as he spoke about the last nine months without Joan.Richard said: "Navigating grief is the most peculiar thing because you're acutely aware of how alone you are."Yet at the same time, there's the contradiction that when you're in company you sometimes feel more alone than on your own," he added while smiling."You just have to do it, just have to do it," he signed off the video.Richard's confession comes two months after he told how he was sorting through his late wife's clothes seven month after her death.The Star Wars actor admitted that he was feeling "emotional" as he visited their home in the South of France.The film star explained that he and his late wife had purchased a home in the South of France three decades ago.He has since returned to their home months after her death as he sorted through her belongings.In the candid clip, he said: "33 years ago my wife and I bought a little house here in the South of France when my daughter was
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John Travolta expresses heartache over loss of his friend Ray Liotta with touching tribute
John Travolta shared his sadness over a friend gone too soon when he posted a tribute on his Instagram Stories on Tuesday. The Saturday Night Live star expressed his agony with a few simple words alongside a photo of him with the late actor - and his Wild Hogs co-star - Ray Liotta who died in his sleep at the age of 67.SEE: John Travolta's $5million family home is only accessible via boatThe actor, who found fame in Martin Scorsese's iconic mafia movie in 1990, had been shooting a new film, Dangerous Waters, when he died.WATCH: John Travolta celebrates wonderful news about daughter EllaHe was engaged to be married to Jacy Nittolo, and left behind a daughter, Karsen.John simply wrote: "We will miss you Ray," and shared a snapshot of the pair both smiling and wearing leather jackets. MORE: John Travolta leaves fans in disbelief as he embraces life in the UKMORE: John Travolta shares 'very proud moment' in rare personal videoHis loss comes just weeks ahead of the second anniversary of the death of his wife - and the mother of his three children - Kelly Preston on 12 July.  John shared a throwback photo with his Wild Hogs co-star Ray LiottaThe actress kept her two year battle with breast cancer private and lost her life to the disease in July 2020.She battled her diagnosis out of the public spotlight until she passed away surrounded by her loved ones, including her two remaining children, Ben and Ella. READ: John Travolta and son introduce new family member - see the sweet photoMORE: John Travolta's daughter Ella releases first incredible single – fans reactAt the time, John announced her passing and wrote: "It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my beautiful wife Kelly has lost her two-year battle with breast
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Norm Macdonald jokes about death in last special: ‘He left this gift for all of us’
Norm Macdonald’s final stand-up special, filmed before the comedian’s death in September, has made its way to Netflix with fellow funny people paying tribute to the late icon.“We are honored to bring you Norm Macdonald’s last special, followed by reactions and commentary from a few of his special friends,” Netflix wrote in the opening credits for “Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special,” which was released Monday and includes appearances from David Letterman, Dave Chappelle, Molly Shannon, Conan O’Brien, Adam Sandler and David Spade.The special shows Macdonald, who died in September 2021 after a private nine-year battle with leukemia, wearing a baseball cap and headphones and talking into a mike, pandemic Zoom style, in a nondescript room where dogs can be heard barking.“Norm was working hard preparing material for his Netflix special — until COVID shut things down,” another title card read. “In the summer of 2020, he was scheduled to undergo a procedure and as he put it, ‘didn’t want to leave anything on the table in case things went south.’ “The special concludes with Letterman, Chappelle, Shannon, O’Brien, Sandler and Spade gathered together to watch “Nothing Special” and honor their longtime pal.Netflix said Macdonald “shot this in one take” while “at home, the night before going in.”“Hey everybody, it’s Norm Macdonald and this is my comedy special,” he began.