Jerry Seinfeld Pays Tribute To Carl Reiner | Celebrity Page
The stars are speaking out on the legend's death.

George Clooney & Jerry Seinfeld Pay Respect To Carl Reiner

The tributes continue to pour in for Hollywood legend, Carl Reiner.

George Clooney telling Variety..

"Carl Reiner made every room he walked into funnier, smarter, kinder. It all seemed so effortless. What an incredible gift he gave us all. His was a life well lived and we're all the better for it. Rest in peace my friend."

Jerry Seinfeld also paying tribute, saying...

"Anyone in comedy who got to know or even just meet Carl Reiner felt they had been given a great gift."

Carl Reiner was 98.

Sia Becomes A Grandma!

Big congratulations to Sia! The singer is now a grandma.

According to People, Sia adopted two teenagers who were about to age out of the foster care system.

Now Sia tells apple music that her youngest son is now the father of twins! The singer wants the babies to call her "lovey," just like Kris Jenner's grandkids.

NBC Hosts The #MacysFireworks Show

Get ready to have a blast on the 4th of July... without leaving home!

We can now have a socially-distant celebration as NBC broadcasts the Macy's Fireworks Spectacular from NYC.

I caught up with Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer from The Today Show to hear all about it!

"They're very few institutions left in television, Ricky, but the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is one of them," Melvin said.

"There have been these pop-up, announced firework displays. They're occurring all over the five boroughs of New York City. [They'll] get pieced together and finished off with a live grand finale right in Midtown over the Empire State Building," Dreyer said.

Check out the fireworks Saturday night on NBC.

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