Terry Wogan, one of Britain’s most beloved broadcasters, has passed away at the age of 77 after battling cancer. The news was confirmed by his family on 31 January. In a statement, they said: "Sir Terry Wogan died today after a short but brave battle with cancer. Terry has been the face of Children In Need since its launch in 1980 "He passed away surrounded by his family. While we understand he will be missed by many, the family ask that their privacy is respected at this time." Leading the tributes, BBC director general Tony Hall said: "Terry truly was a national treasure.
Tributes are pouring in for Sir Terry Wogan after the radio and TV star’s family revealed he had passed away after a "short but brave" battle with cancer. Prime Minister David Cameron lead the tributes by offering his condolences on Twitter, writing: "My thoughts are with Terry Wogan’s family. Britain has lost a huge talent - someone millions came to feel was their own special friend. I grew up listening to him on the radio and watching him on TV. His charm and wit always made me smile." BBC Radio 2 presenter Dermot O’Leary also expressed his sadness, writing: "Sir Terry.
Their unforgettable performance as on-screen couple Rose and Jack in Titanic catapulted Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio to global stardom. And much to the delight of their fans, the pair were reunited at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night. After Leonardo won a gong for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role for his turn in The Revenant, an ecstatic Kate got to her feet to give her dear friend a big hug and a kiss on the cheek. Kate gave her pal a big hug as his award was announced Earlier in the evening, the duo