Many people around the world were saddened by the unexpected death of American astronaut icon, Neil Armstrong. As previously reported by GossipCenter, the first man to touch foot on the moon passed away on Saturday (August 25) at the age of 82 after recovering from heart surgery.
Now celebrities have taken to their social media pages to pay their condolences to the legendary hero.
After being an American icon since his accomplishment in 1969, it is with extreme sadness to report that Neil Armstrong has died.
The legendary astronaut was reportedly recovering from heart surgery and was 82 years old. In a statement to ABC News, Neil's family wrote, ""We are heartbroken to share the news that Neil Armstrong has passed away following complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures."
"Top Gun" director Tony Scott reportedly battled inoperable brain cancer before jumping to his death off the the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles on Sunday (August 19).
Sources close to the director tell ABC news that Tony knew of the diagnosis and a rep at the Coroner's Office says several letters addressed to loved ones were found in his car. Additionally, a suicide note was subsequently found at Mr. Scott's office.
The groundbreaking editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine and source of inspiration for "Sex & the City" has died.
Helen Gurly Brown passed away Monday (August 13) after a brief hospitalization in New York at age 90. Her book "Sex and the Single Girl" was published in 1962 and spent over a year on the bestseller lists. The advice guide encouraged women to take pleasure in sex and pursue financial independence.
Just three weeks after winding up in the hospital after a tragic water sport accident, Usher's 11 year-old stepson, Kile Glover, was laid to rest in Atlanta, GA on Friday (July 27).
Earlier that day, Glover's funeral took place at the Wieuca Road Baptist Church where friends and family, including the Grammy-winning singer, gathered to remember the "most fun, creative, sweet, respectful boy."