Which dead celebrity do you wish was still alive?
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Phil Hartman. I wanted at least 5 more good seasons of Newsradio.
John Lennon, because is love to see how he would have adapted his politics through the last 30 years.
Nick Adenhart (baseball player), because his talent was huge and I would love to see him play with Mike Trout (though maybe Trout wouldn't be quite as good if he hadn't gone through that tragedy)
Vivien Leigh Phil Hartman Chris Farley Kurt Judy Garland
Great catch! I still miss him. And Tim Russert.
Me too, He should've been in the frist ten posts! Maybe they'll hologram his ass and do a world tour someday
Farley! How'd I forget him! Great one
I yearn for Freddie to come back and slap the shit out of Bieber.
Michael Hutchence & Paul Walker.
and Marilyn Monroe. Ok, done now!
and Michael Hutchence.
Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Peter Steele, Mike Starr, Jim Morrison, Freddie Mercury, Heath Ledger, George Harrison, and, my Mom & Dad…I know, not famous, but, you know…:(
Princess DiPrincess GraceAudrey HepburnNina SimoneWhitney Houston- would love to have seen her get her shit together
Did we say Jin Morrisson?
So nice to hear @WriterGirl : )
Awww, I so loved Michael Hutchence.
Lots of good ones, did anyone say Elvis?
I'll add Iz Kamakawiwo?ole, sad I never had the opportunity to see him in concert.
Patsy ClineFoster Brooks
Princess Diana. Loved her.
Enty – this could be multiple turns. Celebrity, actor, musician, jazz musician, classical musician, politician, artist. So many good answers here.
Everyone I thought of has already been mentioned except Belushi.
George Carlin. I still heart him.
You said celebrity, right?
Rik Mayall, Robert Palmer, Falco, and Michael Hutchence.
Princess Diana. As a mom, I can only imagine how much she would want to see her sons all grown up and to meet her grandson.
+1000 I loved gworge
Eartha Kitt!I regret not seeing her when see was appearing here in Seattle at Jazz Alley.
Patrick SwayzeHeath LedgerJFK JrJohn DenverFreddie PrinzePhil HartmanJohn RitterFreddie Mercury
Love her and Carol Burnett (I'm pretty sure Carol is still alive though).
Phil Hartman definitely.
Paul NewmanKate HepburnBernie MacRuby DeeMichael Clarke DuncanNina Simone
Great choices! They always had great movies. Even their not so great movies are so much better than what we see today (I'm thinking The Winds of War TV mini-series). How I loved those mini-series of the 70s-80s though.
The Lindbergh baby, poor thing.
Sugar!!! Love it, love it!
I'm totally with bored soccer mom on this one: River Phoenix & Kurt Cobain.
John Lennon and George Harrison .Jimi Hendrix
Maya AngelouBernie MacDonna SummerPrincess DianaJFK Jr.Roger Ebert
Amy WinehousePrincess DianaAndy Warhol
So many to choose from….
Mr. RogerJim HensonJohn candyJohn Ritter
No, Lyndon Johnson, because he'd be reaming that wimp Obama for not getting Congress to do a damned thing.
Sharon Tate, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, Jean Harlow, Natalie Wood.
Madeline Kahn. Im sooooo tywed. RIP Lily Von Schtupp