It is with great sadness that I must report that Amanda Peterson has passed away; she was forty-three. For a moment, you may be wondering who she is but you'll know...trust me. Think Patrick Dempsey, 1987 and white-fringed jacket..."Can't Buy Me Love." Though Peterson drifted away from the spotlight a few years after the film, she went on to get married and have two children while residing in Colorado. She also remained an eighties fashion icon because this was one of the IT movies for the time. Cause of death? Undetermined but her father spoke to TMZ and revealed that she had sleep apnea and records showed she had sinusitis and pneumonia. She had also lived in a mold-infested home but moved out around a year ago. Celebrities like Sarah Michelle Gellar, Lance Bass and Scott Foley tweeted their sadness. The movie will never be the same. Apparently, the cast was talking about reuniting for a photo shoot next month but that is hearsay for now. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time.
photo courtesy of imdb.com When you were on a semi-successful reality show, especially as one of the key players, and everyone watched your love story unfold, it only makes sense they will want to keep following you after the series has ended. Such has been the case for 'Jerseylicious' star, Tracy DiMarco , who always went head-to-head with Olivia Blois-Sharpe on the show based around the never-ending drama at the Jersey salon, The Gatsby. Eventually, DiMarco got her happily ever after when she married Corey Epstein in her dream wedding. She continued to pursue her passion, have three kids, develop a wildly successful podcast, and work on clothing and accessories. But, when you are in the public eye, boasting 541K followers on Instagram , almost everything you do is up for scrutiny. Fans (and haters) began to notice a lack of presence when it came to her husband, Corey and questioned if their marriage was okay. There is an abundance of photos of daughters, Skylar and