'Morning Quickie': Kirstie Alley, work relationship gone wrong, & Will Ferrell

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Actress Kirstie Alley, the star of Cheers and movies like Look Who's Talking, has died. She was 71. Her children announced that the actress died Monday after a short battle with cancer, saying she was "surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength." Alley rose to fame in 1987 when she starred as Rebecca Howe on NBC's Cheers. She won a Golden Globe and an Emmy for her work on the show. Alley joined the show in 1987 - replacing Shelley Long, who played Diane Chambers - as a love interest for Ted Danson's Sam, and stayed through the end of the series in 1993. Click Here for more.

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes, co-hosts of ABC News’ GMA 3, have been taken off the air after word got out about a romantic relationship between them. The move comes after the Daily Mail reported the two anchors have secretly engaged in a months-long romance, publishing photos of them together. ABC network President Kim Godwin said, "while that relationship is not a violation of company policy, for now, I am going to take Amy and TJ off the air, while we figure this out.” For more

At this weekend's Cancer for College benefit concert in Los Angeles, Will Ferrell brought back his famous “cowbell" skit. Now he did this during his son Magnus Ferrell's first ever live set, way to upstage your son dad. Will danced onto the stage with his cowbell to help out, much to the delight of the crowd. See it here.

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