The Last Words Of 10 Of America’s Favourite Celebrities

22/03/2016 - 1:45 183 Views

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Every single one of us loves celebrities in their own way. It depends on their interests and on the kind of personality that we like, but most of them know how to be interesting in the huge range of different situations. One of these situations, you must’ve understood it by now, is their own death. Some of them saw it coming, others had no idea but still managed to leave us in a very classy, charming way. Here are some of the “famous last words” from the world of celebrities.

1.  John Fitzgerald Kennedy

When Nellie Connally, wife of then Texas Governor John Connally said to the president that he couldn’t say that the people of Texas didn’t give him a nice welcome he answered by saying: “No you certainly can’t.” Bang. Dead.

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2. James Brown

When James Brown went to pay a regular visit to his dentist he didn’t think that he would redirect him directly to the hospital, where he was admitted with a case of pneumonia. In his hospital bed he told to his longtime friend and manager Charles Bobbit “I’m going tonight”, then he fell asleep and after three hours quietly passed away.

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3. John Lennon

“Excuse me, are you John Lennon?” “Yes, it’s me”. This is the last dialogue Lennon ever had with someone else, and it happened right before Mark Chapman shot him in Strawberry Fields. As he bled out he crawled into his building and said “I’m shot” before collapsing to the ground.

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4. John Wayne.

On the last die of his cancer struggle, he was laying on his bed waiting for the moment, when his daughter Alissa approached him, took his hand and asked him if he recognized her, to which he answered: “Of course I know who you are. You’re my girl. I love you.”

Michael Jackson waves to the crowd, numbering a few thousand, gathered in front of the Sydney Opera House in this November 17, 1996 file photo. Opening statements in civil trial over the death of Jackson begin April 29, 2013, with Katherine Jackson accusing concert promoters AEG Live of negligence in the hiring of convicted physician Dr. Conrad Murray. REUTERS/Megan Lewis/Files (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE OBITUARY)

5. Michael Jackson.

In his last days, Jacko would often escape his own house in order to not be followed and harassed by paparazzi. Before his last escape he could be heard asking his doctor, Conrad Murray, “more milk” which was the code name he gave propofol, the hospital anaesthetic to which he overdosed.

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6. Marvin Gaye.

When his 1983 tour ended, Marvin decided to retreat at his parent’s house, where his mother was recovering from a kidney surgery. One day he stepped into an argument between his parents and started to argue with his dad. “Mother I’m going to get my things and get out of this house. Father hates me and I’m never coming back.” Seconds later Marvin Gaye Sr. walked into the room and shot Marvin in the heart and shoulder with a shotgun.

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7. Oscar Wilde

When lying on his dying bed, Oscar said the following words: “The wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One of us must go.” What a way to step out of the game, uh?

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8. Steve Jobs

We all know how long and painful Steve Jobs’ illness was. Moments before dying he realized and could only repeat “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow” before fainting into the neverending sleep.

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9. Elvis Presley

Elvis was spending a nice evening at home when he said “I’m going to the bathroom to read”. Nothing glorious, just a normal man at home.

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10. James Dean

Moments before the terrible car crash that ended Dean’s life he said to his friend Rolf Wütherich who was in the car with him that “This guy’s gotta stop… He’ll see us”.