Debbie Reynolds’ Legacy Reduced to Rubble

The building that housed Debbie Reynolds’ Legacy Studios was torn down over the weekend. The studio, opened by Debbie in 1979, was frequented by many A-listers, such as, Michael Jackson, Cher, Bette Midler, Mariah Carey, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

Following the death of the actress, her son had planned on turning the building into a museum, but the vision never happened and the site was sold at auction in October. It is unclear what is set to be built in its place.

Debbie passed away in 2016 after suffering a stroke. She was 84-years-old.

Jackson’s Bash Neverland Documentary

Michael Jackson’s family is coming to the late performer’s defense in the wake of the molestation claims brought forth in the documentary “Leaving Neverland.” Michael’s family is furious at the media for giving into “admitted liars”—Wade Robson and James Safechunk—and supporting the film, which made its debut last week at Sundance.

The family added that the documentary is not journalism because the filmmakers had an agenda and that was not about finding the truth.