Eddie Fisher, 82, died after complications from recent hip surgery

Fisher was known as a teen idol in the 1950s and also for his relationship Elizabeth Taylor. According to a family statement, the singer died after complications from recent hip surgery.

“He was loved and will be missed by his four children: Carrie, Todd, Joely, and Tricia Leigh as well as his six grandchildren. He was an extraordinary talent and a true mensch”.

Eddie Fisher begun his career as a nightclub singer and then became known as a teen idol with songs like “Thinking of You” and “Oh! My Pa-Pa.”

Moreover, Coca-Cola signed a contract with Fisher in which they gave him a $1 million to be its national spokesman and sponsored his television show. Fisher had a complicated live: fighting with drug and alcohol addiction, five marriages.

The singer also had an autobiography called “Been There, Done That,” in which he says: “It isn’t the music that people remember most about me. It’s the women.”

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Elizabeth Taylor says she’s not marrying for the ninth time

“The rumors regarding my engagement simply aren’t true,” the legendary Hollywood actress Tweeted in response to online reports she planned to tie the knot for ninth time with Jason Winters.

“Jason is my manager and dearest friend. I love him with all my heart.”

Taylor, 78, has been married eight times to seven different men: Conrad Hilton Jr., Michael Wilding, Mike Todd, Eddie Fisher, Richard Burton (twice), John Warner and Larry Fortensky. She has been single since her divorce from Fortensky in 1996.

Rumors say that back in 2007, Taylor told columnist Liz Smith: “Jason Winters is one of the most wonderful men I’ve ever known and that’s why I love him. He bought us the most beautiful house in Hawaii and we visit it as often as possible.”

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