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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

The 1975 ’s Ross MacDonald shares photo of Matt Healy kissing him at a recent show

The 1975 ’s Ross MacDonald shares photo of Matt Healy kissing him at a recent show: 

“The luckiest girl in the world”.

According to information, both kisses were done out of consent and not forced. The 1975’s Matty Healy also went viral after asking security to help a fan at their show in Phoenix while using an auto tune microphone.

In another news, The youngest of five children, Cara made her debut on stage at the young age of three, earning a spot as a finalist for the Little Miss America Pageant in 1962. 

The daughter of a Puerto Rican and Cuban-American, Cara did a stint of appearances on Spanish-language TV shows before becoming a regular on PBS's educational program, The Electric Company.  

Along with her television work, Cara performed on a slew of off-Broadway productions, and her first big role came as the titular Sparkle Williams in the 1976 musical drama film, Sparkle.

Prior to Fame, Cara also had a starring role in the 1979 sequel to the classic Roots TV miniseries.  Although her stardom peaked in the 1980s, Cara continued to perform throughout the decades, appearing in films such as D.C. Cab, City Heat and Downtown, A Street Tale.  

Following confirmation of Cara's death, fans of the iconic singer flooded social media to share their grief. 

Twitter user Jimmy Pavolic said he's loved Cara's singing since watching Fame as a child. 

'So sad to hear the passing of Irene Cara, this song ever since I heard it as a 12-year-old has stuck with me, my sincerest condolences to his family, friends & fans. R.I.P Irene Cara.' 

Journalist and Disney alumnus Steven McCoy wrote: 'I first met Ms. Irene Cara many years ago, she was truly a beautiful, kind and spiritual woman. She even sent me a gift package to my home and still hold dear to my heart. You will be truly missed.'

Another Twitter user with the handle Cromwell described Cara as the soundtrack of the 1980s.  This is very sad. Irene was writer, voice and performer of many of the greatest songs and film tracks of the 80's. There's a special place in my heart for #OutHereOnMyOwn from #Fame. Sleep well, lovely lady.' (Read More Here).

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