2016 hasn’t been a very fun year. We left the EU, a megalomaniac was elected President, there’s been like a hundred ISIS attacks around the world in random places so no one has any idea where they’ll strike next but they’re thinking it’ll be here so that’s wonderful, and pretty much every celebrity died. As we come to the end of this terrible year that is either a nightmare we’re about to wake up from or the tip of the iceberg of even worse years to come, here’s a list of all of them.

Bowie, Rickman, Reagan...

Music icon David Bowie died on 10 January at 69 because he’d been battling cancer and didn’t tell anybody.

Snape/Hans Gruber actor Alan Rickman, 69, passed away from pancreatic cancer on 14 January. Glenn Frey from The Eagles passed away on 18 January at 67 from rheumatoid arthritis and pneumonia.

Abe Vigoda from “The Godfather” died on 26 January at 94. Earth, Wind & Fire’s Maurice White passed away on 3 February at age 74 from Parkinson’s. Harper Lee, who wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird,” died in her sleep on 19 February at age 89. George Kennedy from “The Naked Gun” deceased on 28 February at 91. 94-year-old ex-FLOTUS Nancy Reagan died at age 94 on 6 March due to congestive heart failure.

...Prince, Ali, Doris Roberts...

Rapper Phife Dawg, 45, died of diabetes on 22 March. Baseball catcher and TV presenter Joe Garagiola died at 90 on 23 March.

Comedian Garry Shandling passed on 24 March at age 66 from an apparent heart attack. Country musician Merle Haggard died on 6 April, his 79th birthday, from pneumonia. Doris Roberts, best known as Marie Barone on “Everybody Loves Raymond,” a role which earned her five deserved Emmys, died on 17 April at age 90.

Musical legend Prince accidentally overdosed on prescription meds on 21 April.

He was 57. Heavyweight boxing champ Muhammad Ali died of septic shock on 3 June at age 74 following a long fight with Parkinson’s. 23-time NHL All-Star nicknamed “Mr. Hockey,” Gordie Howe, 88, passed away on 10 June. “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin passed away on 19 June at 27 when he was crushed by his own car.

...Gene Wilder, Arnold Palmer, R2-D2...

“Happy Days” creator Garry Marshall died on 19 July at 81. ESPN broadcaster John Saunders, 61, died on 10 August. The cause wasn’t disclosed. Kenny Baker, the actor inside R2-D2, passed away at 81 on 13 August following a long battle with illness. Actor and comic genius Gene Wilder from “Young Frankenstein” died on 29 August of Alzheimer’s at age 83.

Jose Fernandez, a pitcher for the Miami Marlins, died on 25 September. Drunk and high on coke, he drove his speedboat into a jetty in South Beach. He was only 24. Golfer Arnold Palmer, “the King,” passed away at 87 on 25 September from cardiovascular disease. Singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen died in his sleep after a fall on 7 November at age 82.

Janet Reno, the first female U.S. attorney general, died of Parkinson’s on 7 November at age 78. Robert Vaughn from “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” passed on 11 November of acute leukaemia. He was 83. Florence Henderson, 82, deceased on 24 November of heart failure. She played Carol Brady on “The Brady Bunch.”

...Castro, John Glenn, the list goes on...

Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro, who loved Communism and cigars, died on 25 November at age 90. Ron Glass from “Barney Miller” passed away at 71 on 25 November from respiratory failure. U.S. astronaut John Glenn, the first person to orbit the Earth, died on 8 December. He was 95. He also served in the Korean War, and as a Senator.

Alan Thicke from “Growing Pains” died on 13 December when her aorta artery ruptured.

He was 69. Henry Heimlich, surgeon and namesake of the manoeuvre, passed at 96 on 17 December. Hungarian model/Hollywood socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor died of a heart attack on 18 December at age 99. ‘80s pop icon George Michael from Wham! passed away on Christmas Day at age 53. Film icon Carrie Fisher, best known as Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” died on 27 December, days after a heart attack, age 60.