Oklahoma-born "Golden Girl" Rue McClanahan dies
Oklahoma-born and bred actress Rue McClanahan, who won an Emmy playing saucy Southern belle Blanche Devereaux on the hit sitcom “The Golden Girls,” died early Thursday after ... “If you want to do something, you just decide to do it even if you ...
Betty White to Rue McClanahan: "Hurry up and die so I can be the last Golden Girl!" Funny. Right.
Rue was 76. McClanahan had a stroke late last year ... Let the remembrances began. "Even celebrities die, and they do so in far more grand-scale ways than mere mortals. Now that they've met their maker, they've also found their chronicler, Alan W.
Golden Girls Star Rue McClanahan Dies at 76
Golden Girl Rue McClanahan has died at the age of 76. "She passed away at 1 a.m. this ... She found solace in acting ("the only thing I ever wanted to do") and after four years at the University of Tulsa moved to New York, where she worked as a part ...
Oscars Forget Corey Haim Died; Eddie Fisher, Rue McClanahan Also Omitted
The Lost Boy has turned into the forgotten boy. But not Haim. The '80s heartthrob, who died last March of an accidental drug overdose, wasn't the only one overlooked, however. Who else was left out? Also not saluted: actress-producer Lisa Blount ...
Why is everyone posting about Rue McClanahan’s death when she died four years ago?
Consider this a public service announcement, though: Rue McClanahan definitely didn’t die this week. And the next time you suspect she or any other celebrity did, you might want to try this before you tweet.