YEA Networks hasn’t worked out all the details yet, but it has decided that the show must go on, even with the painful loss of its star, the late Kidd Kraddick. Affiliates throughout the nation have been so informed. Meanwhile, despite requests for privacy from Kraddick’s family, it was revealed that a public memorial is in the works.
According to dallas.culturemap.com, the details have yet to be worked out other than that the show will be on and it will be live. Cast members Kellie Raspberry and Big Al are expected to participate.
According to the report, fans of the program have been collecting names via an online petition “begging” to keep the program going,
Dallasnews.com reports that funeral arrangements are being kept private; however, the family is planning some sort of public remembrance, the details of which will be forthcoming.
Kiss 106.1 is teaming with Southwest Airlines, Yea Networks and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers for “Kidd Kraddick Kids Day with the goal of raising money for Kraddick’s charity.