Dick clark after stroke

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We've rounded up 10 facts about the top New Year's Eve broadcast. And sometimes people will actually turn on the TV just to watch the Times Square countdown. Dick Clark hosted the show from to Musical guests included Helen Reddy and Al Green. Unable to host the broadcast, Clark had to tap another beloved TV host to step in, and Regis Philbin ended up being the guy for the job. He has trouble speaking, yes, but he seems as excited as anyone to be there to ring in yet another new year.
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Dick Clark recalls having his stroke

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Dick Clark Dies: Entertainment Icon Became Hero to Stroke Victims - Good News Network

Clark died Wednesday at age 82, suffering a massive heart attack after a medical procedure. He had had a debilitating stroke in and had to learn to walk and talk again -- often with difficulty. But he was back in , alongside his appointed heir apparent, Ryan Seacrest. Most recently, he helped the nation usher in , as seen above.
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Dick Clark dies: Entertainment icon became hero to stroke victims

His words had the familiar slurred sound of a stroke victim. But his cadence was brisk, he made himself clear, and most of all, he was there — on national TV. Diane Mulligan-Fairfield of the National Stroke Association, a public education organization, called Clark a hero for showing the world his condition. The year-old entertainer has given no interviews since his stroke. His words were muffled, but he kept a quick pace and was, for the most part, easy to understand during his brief appearances sprinkled through the telecast.
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Clark was well known for his trademark sign-off, "For now, Dick Clark — so long! Episodes he hosted were among the first in which blacks and whites performed on the same stage, and likewise among the first in which the live studio audience sat without racial segregation. Singer Paul Anka claimed that Bandstand was responsible for creating a "youth culture".
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