David Cassidy

Eamonn Holmes' coronavirus theory is just one of many moments that have caused a stir over the years.
David’s death came after a period of ill health, which saw him hospitalised over the weekend. Announcing his death, his family
Cassidy’s role as a heartthrob in the hit TV show “The Partridge Family” launched his career.
Actor and singer David Cassidy has died at the age of 67, his family have announced. The US star, who shot to fame on the
David Cassidy is said to be in a critical condition, after being hospitalised with organ failure.  The singer and former
he former “Partridge Family” star is reportedly suffering from organ failure.
'I was in denial, but a part of me always knew this was coming.'
David Cassidy has revealed he is suffering from dementia. The former ‘Partridge Family’ star confirmed he has the disorder
The former child star would certainly create a stir in the house.
The latest overseas star to be offered an impressive sum to join in the fun-for-all-the-family capers ‘n’ carry-on in the
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have spoken out against David Cassidy, following their awkward interview with the US singer
Robert De Niro has become the latest actor to join the growing list of stars who can't make it all the way to the scheduled
If Cara Delevingne didn't really enjoy how she was being treated during a very awkward interview with a group of US breakfast
Ruth also joked about the incident, claiming: “Of all the days, I need a drink today.” Eamonn referenced the interview on
Ruth also said: "Well that was an experience! Very sad to see #David Cassidy on @itvthismorning seemingly so broken. They
David Cassidy has been ordered to do 50 hours of community service, after being convicted of driving while under the influence
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