Iconic television producer Norman Lear died Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 101. He is best known for his legendary sitcoms that changed the face of TV from the 1970’s. His long list of hits include All In the Family, Maude, The Jeffersons, Sanford & Son and One Day at A Time. “Norman lived a life in awe of the world around him. He marveled at his cup of coffee every morning, the shape of the tree outside his window, and the sounds of beautiful music. But it was people—those he just met and those he knew for decades—who kept his mind and heart forever young,” his family said in a statement.
Taylor Swift has been named Time’s 2023 Person of the Year. “While her popularity has grown across the decades, this is the year that Swift achieved a kind of nuclear fusion: shooting art and commerce together to release an energy of historic force,” the magazine said. “No one else on the planet today can move so many people so well,” Time said in its profile. In an interview with the magazine Swift revealed that “this is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been.”
Vanessa Hudgens and Cole Tucker have officially tied the knot. The couple were married on Saturday in Mexico. Hudgens and Tucker originally ignited dating rumors in November of 2020. Tucker popped the question in Paris at the end of last year.