The controversial Death List for 2022 correctly predicted the deaths of 14 famous people – a rise of two on last year's “let-down”.
The sick list, created by the folks behind deathlist.net, releases a list at the start of each new year with who they think will die over the next 12 months.
Each list features 50 famous people – with many on the 2022 list thankfully surviving.
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Including in those who they correctly predicted to die this year was footballing icon Pele, who died yesterday (December 29).
Other correct predictions included The Queen, 96, the former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev, 91, and 97-year-old legendary actress Angela Lansbury.
The list also featured former EastEnders actress June Brown, 95, country singer Loretta Lynn, who was aged 90 when she died earlier this year, and former BBC News presenter Bill Turnbull.
Surviving the chilling list however, was Dick van Dyke, who is still going strong at 97, former United States diplomat Henry Kissinger, 99, and British radio DJ and talk show host James Whale.
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They are accompanied in 2023 – unless anything dramatic happens in the next 24 hours – by former Manchester City and Manchester United footballer Denis Law, ex-Italian Prime Minister and past owner of top football club AC Milan, Silvio Berlusconi who is 86-years-old, and legendary crooner David Crosby from the Crosby, Stills and Nash trio.
The list for 2023 has not yet been released, but only 25 of those surviving the 2022 list can be carried over to next year, and they can only carried over once.
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According to the site, the very specific rules state: “Candidates must be famous enough such that their death is confidently expected to be reported by the UK media.
“Candidates cannot be famous solely for the fact they are likely to die imminently and only 25 candidates can reappear from the previous year’s list.
“The highest total of correct predictions was in 2020, when 20 people from the list died.
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