The Oscar’s 2010 ‘In Memoriam’ montage flipped through the stars we lost this past year very quickly, so quick that if you blinked you might have missed someone. So did we all blink at the same time when the tribute to Farrah Fawcett, who died last June of cancer at the age of 62, hit the screen? Unfortunately, no.
Looks like Farrah was forgotten on this year’s tribute, but she wasn’t the only star who was noticeably absent.
While Farrah may have been most widely known for her role on the television series Charlie’s Angels, she also stared in big screen films such as Man of the House and Cannonball Run. So, her absence from the memoriam was most likely an accident.
Also forgotten from the tribute was actress, comedian and singer Bea Arthur who passed away in April at the age of 86. She also was most widely known for her role as Dorothy on The Golden Girls, but also starred in films such as Mame, opposite Lucille Ball.