Supermodel Iman Abdulmajid, 60, is leaning on God after her husband David Bowie‘s untimely death on Jan. 10, she revealed in an Instagram tribute. Iman posted two messages on Sunday, in which she talked about David’s “value” and the “memory” she’ll never forget. Read the heartbreaking messages here.
Our hearts go out to David Bowie’s family and friends after learning of the pop icon’s death. David, who was 69 when he passed away from cancer on Jan. 10, left an epic musical legacy as well as a heartbroken family behind. David’s son, Duncan Jones, 44, finally spoke out about the sad events in a heartfelt Twitter message that was both simple and beautiful.
The king is dead; long live the Goblin King! It’s so hard to believe that he’s gone. David Bowie died at the too-young age of 69 on January 10, after a long battle with what DutchNews is reporting as liver cancer. David suffered from the fatal disease for 18 months before his death, and with that, likely suffered many serious complications and pains. Read on to learn 5 things to know about David’s life with the fatal illness.
David Bowie, 69, always knew how to make an entrance — and not he has made an epic exit. On the singer’s 69th birthday just two days before his death, “Lazarus” was released as a farewell to fans. It truly gives you the chills when it opens with the lyrics: “Look up here, I’m in Heaven!”
David Bowie sadly passed away at the age of 69 on Jan. 10, just two days after he celebrated his birthday. Our hearts are heavy as we remember this iconic musician, and we’re honoring his memorable life by looking back at some of his most career-defining moments right here.
The world lost one of its most beloved talents on Jan. 10 as David Bowie, 69, died after a difficult 18-month battle with cancer. The singer-songwriter, producer and actor was one of the most influential artists of his generation recording numerous classic songs. His death is truly heartbreaking, leaving fans across the world in shock.
There’s no doubt that Mick Jagger, 70, and David Bowie, 67, are two of the coolest and most legendary rockers in the world. That being said, their “Dancing In The Street” video from almost 30 years ago has a reputation for being pretty SUPER campy.