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Frank Bonner ‘WKRP in Cincinnati’ Co-Star Loni Anderson Remembers Late Actor in Emotional Message

“WKRP in Cincinnati” actor Loni Anderson is remembering her late co-star Frank Bonner. Bonner passed away on Wednesday (June 16). He was 79-years-old. Bonner died “peacefully” with his family. The actor had been battling Lewy body dementia for some time. But Bonner left behind a body of work for his fans to continue to enjoy. Most notably was “WKRP in Cincinnati,” which he starred in alongside Anderson.
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Hollywood Museum Squares Benefit with Bruce Vilanch, Loni Anderson and John Davidson

It’s an incredible Behind The Curtain as Paul visits with the stars of the benefit, “Hollywood Museum Squares,” a virtual series of programs created to benefit the Hollywood Museum, and available until July 11th. Listen to the incredibly funny and insightful memories of Bruce Vilanch (writer for the Oscars, Bette Midler, star of stage – Harispray – and screen- Get Bruce), singer/TV and Broadway star John Davidson (“Happiest Millionaire” and “The John Davidson Show”) and the incredible Loni Anderson (WKRP in Cincinnati) as they share memories about Hollywood Squares to answer questions like: do the stars know the questions beforehand? Are they given the answers? What was the legendary Paul Lynde (center square) really like? It’s a conversation that flies by as the stars reminisce about their careers and also learn previously unknown information about each other….. Purchase tickets for the 5 full specially created benefit Hollywood Museum Squares shows and see 40 classic TV stars as they re-create this classic game show. Tickets are only $10, monies benefit the Hollywood Museum and can be purchased by clicking HERE or go to StellarTickets.com and search for Hollywood Museum.
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Loni Anderson on ‘Hollywood Museum Squares,’ trying on Marilyn Monroe’s dress: It ‘gave me chills’

EXCLUSIVE: Loni Anderson is enjoying a blast from the past. The actress is teaming up with several stars for "The Hollywood Museum Squares," where fans of the beloved game show can watch new videos on demand. Each show features a special greeting from legendary "Hollywood Squares" host Peter Marshall and is hosted by Tom Bergeron, John Davidson, Marc Summers, Patt Finn and Bruce Vilanch.

Princess Diana and Burt Reynolds Longstanding Rumor Finally Confirmed by Loni Anderson

A long-standing rumor about Princess Diana and Burt Reynolds has been confirmed! The story was that in 1993, Princess Diana sent a joking thank-you letter to Reynolds and his wife, Loni Anderson for keeping her out of the headlines for a while with their highly-publicized breakup. On Thursday, Anderson confirmed the story during an interview on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.