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Kim Cattrall slams Sarah Jessica Parker over condolences: 'You are not my friend'

Kim Cattrall doesn’t want to receive any more condolences from former “Sex and the City” co-star Sarah Jessica Parker after the death of a family member, and she let the world know in an Instagram post on Saturday.

>> Sarah Jessica Parker says third ‘Sex and the City’ movie isn't happening

After Cattrall’s brother died last week, Parker reached out to express her sympathy about the tragedy, Page Six reported. Cattrall, however, responded by sharing an Instagram post that read, “I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker.”

For the caption, Cattrall wrote, “My Mom asked me today ‘When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone?’ Your continuous reaching out is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now.”

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The actress then went on to make things “VERY clear” and even accused Parker of having other intentions behind reaching out after her brother’s death.

>> On Rare.us: Amid feud, co-stars send 'love and condolences' to 'Sex and the City' star Kim Cattrall following the death of her brother

“Let me make this VERY clear. (If I haven’t already),” she continued. “You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.”

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>> On Rare.us: Kim Cattrall drags co-star Sarah Jessica Parker while talking demise of 'Sex and the City 3'

The former co-stars reportedly have been feuding ever since rumors started swirling that Cattrall was behind the ultimate demise of plans for a third installment of the “Sex and the City” films. Most recently, Cattrall said she and Parker “were never friends.” Parker responded by saying she was “heartbroken” by the comment.

CNN's Don Lemon cracks up when guest bashes Omarosa

CNN host Don Lemon was unable to keep a straight face during a panel discussion Thursday night with Symone Sanders and Scott Jennings. In fact, he fell into uncontrollable gales of laughter, needing a handkerchief to dry his watering eyes.

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Lemon tried to bring up the topic of former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman, who recently debuted on “Celebrity Big Brother,” but Sanders wasn’t having any part of that discussion.

“Don, it’s Black History Month. We gotta talk about Omarosa?” Sanders asked.

That did it. Lemon broke out into a laughing fit, as Sanders rolled her eyes and continued. 

“It’s Black History Month, OK? Carter G. Woodson did not go to the mat to get Negro History Week that eventually turned into Black History Month for us to talk about Omarosa and her apology tour and her attempt to salvage her reputation on a reality television show,” Sanders said. “Not during Black History Month, Don.”

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'House of Cards,' 'The Wire' actor Reg E. Cathey dead at 59

Actor Reg E. Cathey, who won an Emmy for his work on “House of Cards” and also appeared in “The Wire,” died, it was announced Friday. He was 59.

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Cathey was battling cancer, Variety reported.

His death was first reported by “The Wire” creator David Simon in a tweet. Known for his baritone voice, Cathey played Freddy on “House of Cards” and played Norman Wilson in “The Wire.” He also had roles in television shows like “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Outcast” and “Grimm.”

Cathey was nominated three times for an Emmy for outstanding guest actor in a drama series on “House of Cards.” He won in 2015 and was nominated in 2014 and 2016, Variety reported.

>> Photos: Notable deaths 2018

“We are heartbroken by the passing of our friend and House of Cards colleague Reg E. Cathey,” Netflix said in a statement. “Reg was the kindest man, the most giving actor, a true gentlemen. Our sympathy goes to his family.”

Cathey also appeared in “The Mask” and “Fantastic Four.”

Father-daughter team wins $1.4 million on ‘The Wall’ 

A father-daughter team from New York used their knowledge of trivia and a little bit of luck to win a record amount $1,415,098 on Monday night’s episode of “The Wall,” WGRZ reported.

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Kirk and Brooke Spangler of Allegany County won $1,415,098, which is now a record amount of money paid out by the show, WGRZ reported.

Both are from Angelica, New York. Kirk Spangler now lives in Belfast and is the associate director of facilities at the State University of New York-Geneseo. His daughter Brooke lives in Virginia, where she is a pharmacist. 

Brooke Spangler said her father worked two jobs to keep the family afloat financially, WGRZ reported. She said she applied for the show as a way to thank her father for his sacrifices to her and her sister. Kirk Spangler raised his daughters as a single parent, WGRZ reported.

WWE's Kane visits Kentucky man fighting cancer

Pro wrestling star Kane is known for his chokeslam finishing hold, a move that requires strength.

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In a recent visit to Kentucky, the WWE star offered strength and comfort to one of his biggest fans, who is battling brain cancer, WYMT reported.

Glenn Jacobs, who wrestles under the name Kane, visited T.J. Brewer in Harlan County. It was a gesture that was appreciated by Brewer’s brother, Chris Brewer, who watched Kane wrestle when they were children. 

“We obviously flocked to Kane and Undertaker because on the storyline they were brothers,” Chris Brewer told WYMT.T.J. Brewer has been diagnosed with cancer five times over the past 12 years, WYMT reported. Doctors had given him only days to live at one point, but T.J. continues to show strength, his brother said.

“He was given three months to live he was in Stage 4 (which is) very aggressive and he just kept battling and he used that as like a rallying cry,” Chris Brewer told WYMT.

T.J. Brewer was inspired to start a ministry and share his strength with community members. The response has been positive, Chris Brewer said.

“We've had about 500 visitors, everybody in this community,” he said.

And outsiders like Kane, too.

Dilly, Dilly: Free beer for Philly 

Dilly, Dilly! Philadelphia fans, who already spilled plenty of beer after the Eagles’ 41-33 victory against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, will be enjoying free brews when the city has a parade to celebrate the NFL champions.

Bud Light released details promising free beer for Philadelphia, making good on a bet the company made with Eagles’ offensive tackle Lane Johnson during training camp last summer, WPVI reported. 

Johnson told reporters last summer that if the Eagles won the Super Bowl, “I’m giving out beer to everybody.”

Bud Light then tweeted to Johnson with an offer. “Let’s make a bet. Win it all and the party is on us.”

Since the Eagles stunned the Patriots, it’s safe to say Dilly, Dilly: there will be beer flowing in Philly.

‘This Is Us’ fans grieving over Jack Pearson’s death

The death of Jack Pearson on NBC’s “This Is Us” television show has been expected since the show’s first season, but it finally happened on Super Sunday, Variety reported.

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Spoiler alert: If you recorded the show and haven’t watched it yet, skip this article.

In the episode that aired Jan. 23, Pearson’s home catches fire when a faulty slow-cooker is left plugged in overnight. Viewers were left with the impression that Pearson (Milo Ventimiglia) died in the fire, but in Sunday’s episode, which followed Super Bowl LII, he walked away from the blaze. Pearson appeared to be all right, but when he checks into a hospital because of smoke inhalation and second-degree burns on his hands, he dies of a heart attack, CNN reported.

Fans of the show flocked to Twitter to express their sadness at losing Pearson. 

“It’s 5 a.m. and I’m ugly crying because of this show,” one fan tweeted.

“Everybody deserves to be loved by a Jack Pearson,” tweeted another.

“Who needs dumb boys to break your heart when you can watch #ThisIsUs.” tweeted a third person.

A Twitter spokesman said this week’s show received the most tweets since the series debuted, CNN reported.

Super Bowl halftime show had humble beginnings

The Super Bowl halftime show has become an event in itself, with big-name acts commanding center stage before packed stadiums and millions of television viewers.

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It has come a long way from trumpeter Al Hirt, who played in the first Super Bowl halftime show before a stadium that was only filled to two-thirds of its capacity.

The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Prince, Beyonce and Katy Perry have given memorable performances, but here are some halftime shows you may have forgotten about. 

The first Super Bowl, on Jan. 15, 1967, at the Los Angeles Coliseum, featured Hirt, the University of Arizona Symphonic Marching Band, the Grambling State Marching Band and the Anaheim High School Drill Team and Flag Girls.

Up With People performed in Super Bowl V, and Hirt returned for Super Bowl VI in 1972 to share the stage with Ella Fitzgerald, Carol Channing, the U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chorale and the U.S. Marine Corps Drill team.

Ever seen a beauty queen perform at halftime? Judy Mallett, who was Miss Texas in 1973, played the fiddle with the University of Texas Longhorn Band when Super Bowl VIII came to Houston’s Rice Stadium in 1974.

Super Bowl XXV in Tampa, Florida, is remembered for Whitney Houston’s rousing rendition of the national anthem, but New Kids on the Block was part of the halftime show.

The Super Bowl in 1992 could be called the last of the modest halftime shows, with Gloria Estefan and members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team the highlights. But when Fox siphoned off halftime viewers with a live episode of “In Living Color,” the NFL switched to big-name concerts, starting with Michael Jackson in 1993 for Super Bowl XXVII at the Rose Bowl.

Other big names that followed included Diana Ross (1996), Aerosmith (2001), U2 (2002), Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake in a sequence that became known as for its “wardrobe malfunction” (2004), McCartney (2005), the Rolling Stones (2006), Prince (2007), Springsteen (2009), The Who (2011), Perry (2015) and Beyonce (2017).

California woman believed to be missing spotted on 'The Bachelor'

A California woman was reported as missing in November turned up in a very public place -- as a member of the reality series “The Bachelor,” KMBC reported.

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Rebekah Martinez, 22, of Fresno, was reported missing in Humboldt County by her mother on Nov. 18. She told the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office that her daughter went to the area to work on a marijuana farm, KMBC reported.

The North Coast Journal included Martinez in a cover story featuring images of the 35 people listed as missing in Humboldt County on the California Department of Justice's website.

The story was published Thursday on Facebook, with a request for anyone who recognized any of the people to come forward. One Facebook member, Amy Bonner O'Brien responded, “Yep, Rebekah Martinez is on this season of ‘The Bachelor.’ KMBC reported.

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office contacted Martinez by telephone and removed her from the missing person’s list, KMBC reported.

Martinez tweeted, "MOM. how many times do I have to tell you I don’t get cell service on ‘The Bachelor’??"

Terri Irwin reveals she has not been on a date since Steve Irwin died

Terri Irwin said she hasn’t been on a date since the death of her husband, Steve Irwin.

The widow of “The Crocodile Hunter” opened up to People about moving on from Steve and her lack of desire to date after losing him.

>> Irwin family returning to Animal Planet 20 years after ‘Crocodile Hunter’

“I think it’s wonderful when people who have lost someone find love again, but I’m not personally looking, and I haven’t been on a date in 27 years,” she told the publication. “In fact, it’s been so long, I’ve had a couple of lovely women ask me out because they figured that’s the case. But I’m content. I have two beautiful kids, a really full plate. I’ve already had my happily ever after.”

It was previously rumored that Terri was dating Australian actor Russell Crowe, but the Australia Zoo, where the Irwins live, denied the claims, saying, “All of these reports are completely false. Terri and Russell are not dating and are certainly not planning a wedding.”

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Steve Irwin died in 2006 when he was struck in the heart by a stingray while filming a wildlife show. The couple had been together for 14 years before his death. His family, Terri and their two children, Bindi, 19, and Robert, 14, cope with his death by spending quality time together each night.

“We’d each say our favorite part of the day, what we were most looking forward to tomorrow and a good deed we did that day,” she said. “You can’t focus on yourself. You need to focus on what you’re doing for others and then you can start to heal.”

>> On Rare.us: Family photos Bindi Irwin shared on brother Robert’s birthday show how much he’s grown over the years

The family still live at the Australia Zoo and are focused on maintaining Steve’s legacy of wildlife conservation.

“Steve was someone who was larger than life and really did live life to the fullest,” she said. “Even though he died at 44, years of age he lived such a full life and that’s what I want to do and share.”

The family will be returning to Animal Planet with a new series this fall that will follow their day-to-day lives at the Australia Zoo and their work with their nonprofit organization, Wildlife Warriors

“We do want to carry on in Dad’s footsteps, and make sure everything he worked so hard for continues on,” daughter Bindi said on a January broadcast of “Today.”

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