Tyler Henry is known as the Hollywood Medium — a 20-year-old who brings messages to the stars from beyond. On the premiere, he is drawn to Bella Thorne at a party, and the connection he makes is surreal. Watch the exclusive look here.
Bella Thorne, 18, may have thought she was heading to a party, but she never would have thought she’d be receiving a message from her late father. Tyler Henry, the star of Hollywood Medium on E!, reveals in a new clip that he “got a pull” in her direction while at the party. They had never met, but he said that he felt he must “deliver a message” to her. Watch that message here.
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“Even when Im trying to unwind, I still pick up on information and have to deliver it,” Tyler said. “There’s no such thing as being off the clock.”
He then pulls her aside and tells her he’s connecting with a fatherly figure from the other side, who died suddenly, and he hears an engine. “Do you have anyone who passed in a car accident?” Bella looks shocked, adding, “My dad died in a motorcycle accident.” With that, he also reveals to her the date of his death, and reveals there’s some sort of stuffed animal, that’s very deteriorated, that has sentimental value to someone in the family, another female. “The way that he comes across, he’s really sweet. The amount of pride that he has for you is amazing. It’s huge, in the way it comes through. Please know he’s perfectly fine and he’s okay.”
Bella has been very private about her father’s passing. In Nov. 2015 she spoke out about it for the first time, admitting she doesn’t have her permit or license. “My father died in a motorcycle accident,” she told Seventeen magazine. “I’m not mature enough to accept the responsibility of perhaps taking someone else’s life.” When speaking about her life growing up, she admitted it was tough, and her family was on food stamps. “I don’t think anybody really knew — it wasn’t a very obvious thing. I’ve never really talked about it. I wasn’t hiding it, and it wasn’t like, ‘Oh, I’m embarrassed because we don’t have money.’ It was, ‘Oh, we don’t have money, so we’re going to work that much harder.’ It was scary, though, because you really want those jobs. It’s a different hunger when you want your family to eat.”