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May 21, 2019

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I'm sad to report that Grumpy Cat, the Internet-famous feline known for her unique, unhappy-looking face, has died at the age of 7.

Grumpy Cat's owners announced her death on Instagram Friday, stating that she suffered from complications from a recent urinary tract infection. She died peacefully at home on Tuesday.

"Besides being our baby and a cherished member of the family, Grumpy Cat has helped millions of people smile all around the world - even when times were tough," her owners said.

"Her spirit will continue to live on through her fans everywhere."

Grumpy Cat, real name Tardar Sauce, became an Internet sensation in Sept. 2012 after Bryan Bundesen -- the brother of owner Tabatha Bundesen -- uploaded a photo of the feline to Reddit. The post earned over one million views within two days and led to Grumpy Cat being named Most Influential Cat by MSNBC that same year.

Grumpy Cat starred in a Lifetime holiday movie titled Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever which featured Aubrey Plaza voicing the titular animal and appeared in a Friskies music video alongside fellow internet-famous feline Oskar the Blind Cat.

The company the represents Grumpy Cat made headlines in January 2018 when they won a copyright lawsuit against coffee company Grenade.

Grumpy Cat Limited had sued Grenade for using the cat's image to sell roasted coffee and t-shirts when they only had the rights to sell a line of iced coffees named "Grumpy Cat Grumppuccino."

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"Sansa, Thank you for teaching me resilience, bravery and what true strength really is," Sophie Turner wrote to her character on Instagram, alongside a cast photo.

"I grew up with you. I fell in love with you at 13 and now 10 years on... at 23 I leave you behind, but I will never leave behind what you've taught me."

Emilia Clarke also shared an image of the series' ensemble on Instagram.

"Finding the words to write this post has left me overwhelmed with how much I want to say but how small words feel in comparison to what this show and Dany have meant to me," Clarke wrote.

"Game of Thrones has shaped me as a woman, as an actor and as a human being."

Liam Cunningham who played Ser Davos tweeted: "Almost there. It's been utterly extraordinary. Thank you all."

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The clip, released on Sunday before the series finale of Game of Thrones, introduces audiences to Paul's new character.

Paul is featured living out his days inside a futuristic city where he takes part in some criminal activity.

The trailer ends with Paul coming across Evan Rachel Wood's character Dolores who appears to be struggling and needs some help.

Westworld Season 3 is set to arrive on HBO in 2020. Paul joined the sci-fi drama as a series regular in September. The actor is best known for his role as Jesse Pinkman on AMC's Breaking Bad. Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and James Marsden also star on Westworld as part of the ensemble cast.


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The Hollywood Reporter confirmed Friday the 73-year-old broadcast journalist will appear in his final segment of the CBS newsmagazine Sunday.

Kroft will announce his plan to step down at the end of Sunday's episode, the show's 51st season finale. He has served as a correspondent on 60 Minutes for 30 seasons and will end as the longest-tenured correspondent.

Variety said Kroft's final investigative report examines bank fraud and a money laundering scheme. CBS is expected to air a tribute to the journalist in September.

"From the moment Steve Kroft arrived at CBS News in 1980, he has been shot out of a cannon and wherever he landed his stories broke news, had depth, and a strong sense of humanity," CBS News president Susan Zirinsky said.

"From Central America to a tour of duty in London, and back to New York, his destiny was clear -- Kroft's investigative instincts and ability to unravel the most complex stories made him a perfect fit for the 60 Minutes team," she lauded.

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Wouk's son Joseph announced Wouk's death on Twitter Friday, alongside a photo of them.

Variety confirmed his death.

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Adam Lambert took the stage to perform his new single "NewEyes" while Carrie Underwood also appeared to sing her new single "Southbound."

Hardy shared the stage with Jon Pardi for a performance of "Night Shift" and "Dirt On My Boots" while VanDenburg shared the stage with Dan + Shay to sing "All To Myself" and"Speechless."

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