Messages written by Dick Clark’s fans will be part of the confetti that’s showered on Times Square next New Year’s Eve. People can share their memories of Clark on square-inch pieces of confetti at the Times Square Visitor Center & Museum.
As a kid, Ryan Seacrest idolized Dick Clark. As an adult, he modeled his career after the entertainment giant and helped him carry on with his annual New Year’s Eve celebration after a stroke took its toll.
Inside the Dick Clark empire: Clark is remembered by colleagues as a shrewd, high-energy businessman with a talent for making money.
By KATHY MATHESON PHILADELPHIA — Dick Clark may have worked in bigger cities over the course of his long entertainment career, but it was his time in Philadelphia that made him a household name. Clark, who died Wednesday at the age of 82, hosted the wildly popular “American Bandstand” show at WFIL-TV in west […]
The “American Idol” judges seemed especially happy tonight. Maybe it was because their save (conspiracy?) of Jessica Sanchez seemed to accomplish making her more popular than ever. Maybe it was because the Venetian blinds in Jennifer Lopez’s silver-gray “Blade Runner”-inspired outfit were open in just the right places. Whatever it was, I spotted lots of […]
LOS ANGELES — Charlie O’Donnell, the announcer whose voice has opened ‘Wheel of Fortune‘ for decades, has died. He was 78. Agent Fred Wostbrock said Monday that O’Donnell – the voice of the game show even before hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White appeared – died late Sunday at his Los Angeles home. The cause […]