As the news of the death of entertainment icon Dick Clark begins settling in, some are wondering if the technology that brought Tupac Shakur to Coachella last weekend could be used to allow Clark to appear on 'New Year's Rockin' Eve,' the show he hosted since 1974. Ace Showbiz notes that many in the Twitter universe have expressed their desire to see a hologram of Clark on this year's broadcast of the program, which Ryan Seacrest has co-hosted with Clark since 2006.
Today, April 18, 2012, American media icon Dick Clark died at the age of 82 after suffering a massive heart attack. Over the years, the five-time Emmy winner, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and renowned producer entertained Americans on the radio and on shows like 'American Bandstand,' 'New Year's Rockin' Eve,' a number of game shows like 'Pyramid,' beauty pageants and more.
Dick Clark forever changed the world of music and television, and there were many stars who took to Twitter to express their grief over the passing of the legendary onscreen personality. Snoop Dogg, Hayley Williams of Paramore, the Jonas Brothers, Fergie and many other tweeted their condolences -- see what they had to say about 'America's Oldest Teenager' below.
Beloved producer and television/radio host Dick Clark has died at the age of 82, according to sources at TMZ. Clark reportedly suffered a massive heart attack this morning, April 18, due to complications from an outpatient procedure he underwent at St. John's hospital in Los Angeles last night.