Remembering all the stars who have fallen this year from Kenny Rogers and Jerry Stiller, to the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant and Nick Cordero.
The Jeopardy! host lost his battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer on Nov. 8.
#Jeopardy! shared a pre-recorded Thanksgiving message from the late Alex Trebek in which he encouraged everyone to "keep the faith" as they celebrate amid the global pandemic: "We’re going to get through all of this" https://t.co/hs2ieveYcE pic.twitter.com/jbCSdgk4Pa
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) November 26, 2020
The best James Bond died in his sleep at 90 on Halloween.
Sean Connery pic.twitter.com/3YUVE0TloT
— Andre Wisniewski (@AndreWisniewsk2) December 15, 2020
Eddie Van Halen
The rocker also died from throat cancer at the age of 65 on Oct. 6.
Eddie Van Halen in action. ?Robert Knight Archive. pic.twitter.com/YLwT9fN1mh
— Rock N Roll Pictures (@RockNRollPics) December 17, 2020
The “I Can See Clearly Now” singer died from natural causes at the age of 80.
RIP Johnny Nash the silky voiced Texas soul singer who fell in love with Jamaica and Reggae music in 1967 recording two of his biggest hits ‘Hold Me Tight’ & ‘Cupid’ at Federal Studio in Kingston. He worked with Bob Marley bringing him to the UK on one of his first tours. pic.twitter.com/v5E7fBpO86
— David Rodigan (@DavidRodigan) October 7, 2020
The country hit maker died following complications from heart surgery on Sept. 29.
— GrooveTunesRadio.com (@GrooveTunes7777) December 14, 2020
The 43-year-old Black Panther star succumbed to colon cancer on Aug. 28.
— Henry Danner (@HenryDanner_) December 19, 2020
The legendary talk show host died at the age of 88 on July 24.
THE MORNING MAESTRO: He's the man who brightened our lives with those TV moments you'll always remember. | Tonight, we're saying goodbye and celebrating the life of Regis Philbin. #ABC2020 #RememberingRegis https://t.co/A4BoJbWeGB pic.twitter.com/NoW3I5TEWR
— 20/20 (@ABC2020) July 29, 2020
The Glee star tragically drowned on July 13, at the age of 33.
it’s missing naya rivera hours ? pic.twitter.com/P0lvheUPX4
— gem (@gwsalrightt) December 15, 2020
The Jerry Maguire star lost her two-year battle with breast cancer at the age of 57 on July 12.
— Paul Samji (@thatbigdesidude) December 21, 2020
The Broadway star died from complications of COVID-19 on July 5 at the age of 41.
i miss nick cordero so much. pic.twitter.com/WXtvmEwa6c
— ariana loves sabrina (@broadwaybrini) December 19, 2020
The King of Queens star died at 92 of natural causes on May 11.
For those who don’t know Jerry Stiller “Harvey Bushkin” from Heavyweights passed away yesterday. He was the owner of Camp Hope. Please RT to show your respects. In honor of him, let’s all remember “NEVER LET ANYONE SIGN YOUR CHECKS!” pic.twitter.com/gtySTQj0lL
— Heavyweights Quotes (@HeavyweightsQt) May 13, 2020
The “Tutti Frutti” singer died on May 9 at age 87.
I did what I felt, and I felt what I did, at all costs.
—Little Richard— pic.twitter.com/AwFgfBRtOp
— Frank Scozzari (@ScozzariFrank) December 17, 2020
The “First Blood” actor died of natural causes at age 81 on April 15.
Chris Farley and Brian Dennehy in Tommy Boy (1995) pic.twitter.com/V6EGHJLmnb
— Frame Found (@framefound) December 20, 2020
The country icon died of natural causes at 81 on March 20.
day 3 of dolly as mother christmas
with kenny rogers, for ‘a christmas to remember’ tv special 1984 pic.twitter.com/pbgBuACd8z
— maggie? (@teabeatssex) December 14, 2020
The legendary actor died at the age of 103 on Feb. 5.
Kirk Douglas hugging his son Michael Douglas in 1949.
— Hollywood Golden Age (@HGAMovieStars) December 21, 2020
The Lakers star and his daughter Gianna died in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26.
— TseAddo Bi Adokwei (@gracious_wood) December 22, 2020