What happened to Ralph from the ‘Howard Stern Show’?: death at age 58 after lymphoma battle

According to a post on the Howard Stern Show’s Instagram, @sternshow. On Tuesday morning, Ralph Cirella, Howard Stern’s stylist, passed away at age 58. He has struggled with a rare lymphoma, a cancer that begins in cells of the lymph system. Ralph was a long-time friend and also a stylist of Howard Stern. Stern did not expect his close friend to die, nor was he ready for Ralph’s death. Moreover, Stern shows his frustration over Ralph’s waiting for his treatment. Even though there was still a curable time, Ralph had some conflict in himself and waited too long.

“It just seems impossible that he is gone.”
“Bye for now, Ralph ❤️”


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Many celebrities commented on this post, feeling empty in their heart.

Kendra Lust: “Omg .. so sad sorry for everyone’s loss on the show and his friends and family ❤️🙏🏻”

James Gunn: ❤️ Heartbreaking.”

Nikki Glaser: “❤️RIP sweet Ralph❤️

Has Howard Stern’s ratings gone down?

The Howard Stern Show, a radio program with roughly 10 million listeners, has declined ratings since 1998. Furthermore, the radio show dropped 20 percent of the audience in Los Angeles. Later, the decline was reasoned that this was because of Stern’s separation from his wife. However, their separation was in late 1999. Moreover, Stern became less competitive after the Covid started, Rock-down around 2020.

Where can I watch Howard Stern’s show?

The Howard Stern Show is available on its YouTube channel and Sirius XM app.

Published by HOLR Magazine.