Celebrity Death Hoaxes
Did Willie Nelson die? It looks like another death hoax might have struck the iconic country singer and totally had everyone in a state of panic! Is he okay?
Now this is creepy. One Twitter user has made a pretty compelling case as to why they believe that punk rocker Avril Lavigne died in 2003 and was replaced by a lookalike. While the conspiracy theory is totally crazy face, it does have some fans on Twitter questioning everything.
Well, this is interesting! After Miley Cyrus became the center of a celebrity death hoax September 5, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned exactly what she thought about the bizarre claims, and her EPIC reaction is actually shocking! She even offered up some advice for anyone who dares to do it again!
Oh no! A horrific rumor surfaced that Miley Cyrus was found dead in her bathtub on Sept. 5. The bombshell report claimed the singer was allegedly discovered in her Hollywood home. Do fans have a reason to freak out?
Cormac McCarthy…R.I.P? The legendary author of such books as ‘Blood Meridian,’ ‘The Road’ and ‘No Country for Old Men’ was reportedly dead from a stroke on June 28, but is Cormac really dead?
One of the greatest voices in American literature has been silenced…or has it? Cormac McCarthy, the 82-year-old novelist and U.S. National Book Award winner, is supposedly dead. Yet, before fans start hugging their copies of All The Pretty Horses, this shocking cliffhanger may have a happy ending.
Death is no laughing matter unfortunately for some people it is — a point that those people like to drive home by falsely releasing info that would lead you to believe your favorite celeb has died. We at HollywoodLife.com have put together a gallery highlighting some of the biggest celeb death hoaxes of the last year.
It seemed like the whole world stopped in its tracks when a Justin Bieber’s Death hoaxes hit Twitter on Jan. 8. However, Little Wayne’s death hoax was a little lack luster with hundreds of fans instantly claiming that the “Fireman” rapper could be anything but. Whatever the case — HollywoodLife.com has put together a little gallery containing a few of the weirdest celeb death hoaxes of the past year.