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Tyler Connects to Brooke Burke-Charvet's Biological Father

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Tyler Henry Connects Luann de Lesseps to "Brilliant" Friend

The young clairvoyant makes contact with "The Real Housewives of New York City" star's late friend who suffered in silence. Watch on "Hollywood Medium."
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Luann de Lesseps Connects With a Friend Who Took His Own Life on Hollywood Medium: ”Life Was a Cabaret for Jean Claude”

Luann de Lesseps, Tyler Henry, Hollywood MediumSometimes, the people who put on the biggest show are hiding the darkest demons.
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Padma Lakshmi Connects With Her Late Lover on Hollywood Medium: ”He Has Such an Awareness of the Love That’s There for You”

Padma Lakshmi, Hollywood Medium 305They say love is eternal.
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Tyler Henry Connects E!'s Justin Sylvester to Late Friend

Find out why the "Hollywood Medium" brings the "Daily Pop" cohost to tears. See the full reading on "E! News," tonight at 7|6c and 11|10c.
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Tyler Henry Connects Coco to Her Late Grandmother, Who Makes a Joke About Her “Sexual” 2011 Song “Shoe Freak”

Coco, Hollywood Medium“Your grandma is joking about you singing.”
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Mel B Gets Choked Up When Tyler Henry Connects Her to Late Grandfather During Emotional Reading: Watch!

Mel B, Hollywood Medium“That’s my granddad.”
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Tyler Henry Connects T-Boz With the Late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes on Hollywood Medium: “That’s Lisa!”

T-Boz, Lisa Left Eye Lopes, Hollywood MediumTyler Henry reconnects Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins with her late friend Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes this Wednesday.
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The Common Thread That Connects Cartoonists At The New Yorker

While the cartoonists at The New Yorker have had a variety of different trajectories, there is a (rather odd) commonality that connects nearly all of them.

In addition to having fathers who were more than skeptical about their dream career paths, almost all of the artists had tense relationships with their moms when they were kids, filmmaker Leah Wolchok told HuffPost Live’s Josh Zepps on Monday.

“Everyone talked about their mothers,” she laughed. “Aside from Liana Fink, who seems to have a very healthy, thriving relationship with her mom and was inspired by her as an artist, I would say a lot of the cartoonists talk about the conflict they have with their mom growing up.”

Wolchok, who chronicled some of the publication’s illustrators for her HBO documentary, “Very Semi-Serious,” said the cartoonists also described a sense of loneliness and alienation at school, and quite a few remembered being “the smallest one who wasn’t getting chosen for the baseball team.”

But cartoonist Mort Gerberg assured that being passed over for the team in grade school had no bearing on his prospects for athletic success in the long run.

“The wonderful irony of that is for the past 10, 12, 15 years, I’ve been pitching for the softball team of The New Yorker. That’s my thing!” he said.

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For The Blackhawks’ Ben Smith, Music Connects A Talented Family

With successful musician parents and brothers, it’s easy to see where Chicago forward Ben Smith gets his drive to perform.
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