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Caroline Slusarczyk

Chris Carlson/AP

Chris Carlson/AP

On Wednesday, Mary Tyler Moore passed away at 80 in Greenwich, Connecticut.  Moore’s family said her death was caused by cardiopulmonary arrest after she had caught pneumonia.

Moore was revered for her hugely popular television shows, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Dick Van Dyke Show in the 1960s and 70s.  Moore is recognized by many as the person who pioneered the “modern career woman” character on TV.  Moore’s longtime representative Mara Buxbaum described her as, “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”

Dick Van Dyke wrote a touching tribute letter to the late Moore, in which he said, “She left an imprint on television comedy.”  Dyke wrote of The Mary Tyler Moore Show: “It was a milestone, that show. It kicked off an awful lot of enthusiasm in a lot of women. She got it moving!”

Celebrities including Dick Van Dyke, Miley Cyrus, Ben Stiller, Ellen DeGeneres, Michael Keaton, Cher and Oprah Winfrey have paid tribute to Moore on Twitter and Instagram.  The WANNA has gathered the best celebrity reactions below.

Dick Van Dyke

Miley Cyrus


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Ben Stiller

Ellen DeGeneres

Michael Keaton


Oprah Winfrey

Kelly Ripa

Marlee Matlin

Paul Feig

Rachel Bloom

George Takei

Stephen Fry

Patricia Arquette

Ed Asner

Mindy Kaling


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Lena Dunham

It's time you let someone else do some giving 💔

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Viola Davis

Katie Couric

Paula Abdul


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Caroline Slusarczyk

Photo of Sabo, Twitter, @unsavoryagents

Photo of Sabo, Twitter, @unsavoryagents

Before Donald Trump’s Presidential victory, many celebrities said they planned to leave the country should Trump win the Election.  Lena Dunham, Cher, Samuel L. Jackson, Bryan Cranston, Jon Stewart, Amy Schumer and other celebs expressed a desire to move to Canada, or elsewhere.

Over the weekend in West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, a street artist named Sabo created fake Sotheby’s realtor advertisements that seemingly encouraged these anti-Trump celebs to leave the country.  Sabo, who keeps his real name a secret, is a Los Angeles street artist who is known for his Conservative-minded, controversial works of art.  Each of his fake Sotheby’s ads contained a photo of Trump and one celebrity, including the country that celeb claimed they would choose to move to.

The ads also displayed the link to the website, which includes all the fake Sotheby’s ads and a 7-minute video, “How to Move to Canada.”  The website’s headline goes, “Get the f**k out of here today.  Help make America and Hollywood great again.”

Sabo's previous art pieces include replacing photos of refugees with terrorists at a Refugee art exhibit, and painting a fake Rolling Stone cover with Lena Dunham, entitled “Rape Fantasies and How We Perpetuate Them.”  Last year, he made posters that depicted director J.J. Abrams and Barack Obama in a crude image entitled, “Presidential Circle Jerk.”

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

To find out more about Sabo and his provocative art, check out his "UNSAVORYAGENTS" website here.


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