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9th Mar '16 1:14:33 PM Hossmeister
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* One episode of ''NeverMindTheBuzzcocks'' featured a montage of people "we wish had died in the past year", featuring, among others, EltonJohn, Robbie Williams, [[Music/SpiceGirls Emma Bunton]], and Elton John (again).

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* One episode of ''NeverMindTheBuzzcocks'' ''Series/NevermindTheBuzzcocks'' featured a montage of people "we wish had died in the past year", featuring, among others, EltonJohn, Robbie Williams, [[Music/SpiceGirls Emma Bunton]], and Elton John (again).
9th Mar '16 1:10:48 PM Hossmeister
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18th May '15 5:34:37 PM nombretomado
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* Every broadcast of the AcademyAwards, the Grammys and the Emmys includes one.

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* Every broadcast of the AcademyAwards, UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, the Grammys and the Emmys includes one.
17th Feb '15 11:38:48 AM kyojikasshu
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** The 40th anniversary special featured a genuine montage, introduced by Bill Murray, featuring the cast and crew members who had passed on. To lighten things back up, the final tribute was for Jon Lovitz, only for cameras to cut to a very alive and confused Lovitz sitting in the audience.

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** The 40th anniversary special featured a genuine montage, introduced by Bill Murray, featuring the cast and crew members who had passed on. To lighten things back up, the final tribute was for Jon Lovitz, only for cameras to cut with the camera cutting to a very alive and confused Lovitz sitting in the audience.
17th Feb '15 11:35:44 AM kyojikasshu
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** The 40th anniversary special featured a genuine montage, introduced by Bill Murray, featuring the cast and crew members who had passed on. To lighten things back up, the final tribute was for Jon Lovitz, only for cameras to cut to a very alive and confused Lovitz sitting in the audience.
21st Sep '14 3:52:54 AM eroock
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Not to be confused with a ReallyDeadMontage.

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See also DeadArtistsAreBetter. Not to be confused with a ReallyDeadMontage.
6th Mar '14 10:53:58 PM murlough23
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* There was a sketch on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' involving an award show for psychics, which included a montage of people who were ''going'' to die that year. Needless to say, this came as a bit of a shock to the people seen in the video, ultimately including the entire audience of the show, predicted to die when the theater caught fire.
5th Jan '14 9:54:56 AM Briguy52748
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[[AC: Media]]
* The major news magazines ''Time'', ''People'' and so forth have weekly sections under such headings as "Milestones" or some similar name, and one of the listings will include brief biographies of notable people who passed away during the week covered, with major figures getting their own stories.
** At the end of the year, the magazines will devote an entire section to people who died during the past year. Some, like ''People'', will publish special issues, offering feature-length stories of the most notable people and full-page tributes to those not quite as prominent. ''People'' also takes it a step further, including not just pop culture personalities but servicemen and women who died in the line of duty (usually, the Middle East) from the end of December of the previous year to the week of deadline for the year-end issue (usually, the middle of the current December).
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