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RIP Brittany Murphy

They always take the funny ones.

Los Angeles police have opened an investigation into circumstances surrounding the death of actress Brittany Murphy.

Police have been dispatched to Cedars-Sinai and to the Los Angeles home where Murphy, 32, went into cardiac arrest earlier today. Police sources emphasized that their inquiry was preliminary, adding they could not say whether it would point to any criminal conduct. [Note: An earlier version of this post incorrectly said the house was located in West Hollywood.]

L.A. city firefighters responded to “a medical request” at the home in the 1800 block of Rising Glen Road. Murphy was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.

Born in Atlanta, Murphy moved to Burbank with her mother at age 13. Her film break came in the movie “Clueless” (1995), in which she starred opposite Alicia Silverstone.

Murphy has made dozens of other film appearances, including in “Girl Interrupted” (1999), “8 Mile” (2002), “The Dead Girl” (2006), and “Across the Hall” (2009). She also was featured as the voice of Luanne in the animated TV series “King of the Hill.”

Murphy specialized in playing characters who were troubled teenagers or mentally disturbed, according to a biography on industry website Internet Movie Data Base.

Murphy was married in 2007 to British screenwriter Simon Monjack, the website said.

— Andrew Blankstein and Ching-Ching Ni

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It’s finally revealed that John Popper is Luke Skywalker’s father:

Spoiler alert, lol.

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What Kermit The Frog and Freddie Mercury have in common? They’ve both had more hands up their asses than closet Twilight fans.

WATCH!

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Ken Ober hosted MTV’s Remote Control for five seasons (along with various other schlock). He was like the Alex Trebek of our generation. At the time of the press release, there wasn’t a clear cause of death.

Part one:

Part two:

I’m gonna guess that Kurt Loder needed more souls for his anti-aging deal with the dark underlord.  I’m sure that he’s in a better place, a place that actually shows music videos once in awhile.

(Via MTV News)

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