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Back in June, Ryan Dunn was killed in a car crash, and later this month MTV will air a special to celebrate his life.

According to a report, the one-hour program about the “Jackass” star will air on Monday, November 28th at 10:30pm.

3:07 pm

It’s been an emotional week for the “Jackass” guys, and Johnny Knoxville paid tribute to the late Ryan Dunn with an emotional letter posted to his blog.

The 40-year-old said that Ryan made him feel funnier, adding that his late friend was a "great listener" and had an "enormous capacity for love".

3:00 pm

They worked hard together and played even harder, and Steve-O is devastated by the loss of his buddy Ryan Dunn.

The “Jackass” star tweeted, “I don’t know what to say, except I love Ryan Dunn and I’m really going to miss him.”

2:22 pm

Sure to cause unnecessary chaos, protesters have announced their plans to picket Ryan Dunn’s funeral.

The people of Westboro Baptist Church, a Kansas-based organization, released a statement saying, “Ryan Dunn Is In Hell!”

8:01 pm

They were as close as brothers, and Bam Margera has been understandably devastated by the death of Ryan Dunn.

The “Jackass” actor flew from Arizona to Philadelphia to see the crash site and did an interview with the local FOX station regarding his reaction.

9:46 am

He certainly caused an uproar amongst Ryan Dunn’s friends and fans after his insensitive tweet yesterday but today (June 21), Roger Ebert is apologizing.

Yesterday, the movie critic wrote on his Twitter wall, “Friends don’t let jackasses drink and drive.”

5:16 pm

After two lives were lost following a massive car wreck, officials say Ryan Dunn and his passenger Zachary Hartwell died from both blunt force trauma and the fire that engulfed Dunn's vehicle during the crash.

As reported by TMZ, the Chester County Coroner's Office have just released their findings on the deaths - and it seems that the accident was so violent that it was impossible to determine whether it was the impact of the crash itself or the fire that killed the two men.

3:19 pm

Sparking an intense debate following some rather blunt words about the death of Ryan Dunn, social media giant Facebook has temporarily removed Robert Ebert's page.

Just hours after news surfaced of the "Jackass" star's death, the legendary film critic took to his Twitter, where he wrote, “Friends don’t let jackasses drink and drive," before adding, “He drank, he drove, 2 people died.”

12:56 pm

News of his death made headlines early this morning (June 20), and now more detail have emerged regarding Ryan Dunn's tragic car accident.

According to some fellow bar patrons, the “Jackass” star arrived at Barnaby’s of America in West Chester, PA around 10:30pm and met up with a small group of male friends.

5:20 pm

He made people laugh and cringe simultaneously with his antics on “Jackass” but now things have taken a tragic turn for Ryan Dunn.

According to breaking reports, Dunn died in a car crash that occurred early this morning in Pennsylvania.

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