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“The juicy gossip provided on the internet knows no bounds. Amid the speculation of breakups, temper tantrums and all-around bizarre behavior are the now oh-so-prevalent reports of celebrity deaths. It’s no coincidence that as the internet has expanded and become more commonplace in our lives, false rumors have become more prevalent, spreading like wildfire on social networking sites. These days, it seems that if you’re a celebrity and you haven’t been rumored to have died in a fall or car accident, then your star just isn’t that bright. Below are the 10 most infamous death hoaxes, ranging from teeny bopper Miley Cirus to veteran actor Abe Vigoda.”

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