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Michelle Sixta Biography
Michelle Sixta was the second wife of the host of an American talk show, Rush Limbaugh. On February 3, 2020, Limbaugh announced on his radio show that he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. He died a year later, on February 17, 2021. Limbaugh was married four times, Kathryn Adams Limbaugh (2010-2021 – his death), Marta Fitzgerald (d. 1994 – divorced in 2004), Michelle Sixta (d. 1983-1990) ), and Roxy Maxine McNeely (d. 1977-1980).
Michelle Sixta and Rush Limbaugh
In 1983, Limbaugh married his second wife, Michelle Sixta, a college student and usher at the Kansas City Royals Stadium Club. They were divorced five years later. According to the Palm Beach Post, he said that he struggled with love because “I’m too in love with myself.”
Rush Limbaugh Other Wives
He was first married at the age of 26 to Roxy Maxine McNeely, sales secretary for WHB radio station in Kansas City, Missouri. The couple were married at Centennial United Methodist Church in Limbaugh’s hometown of Cape Girardeau on September 24, 1977. McNeely filed for divorce in March 1980, citing “incompatibility.” They were formally divorced on July 10, 1980.
On May 27, 1994, Limbaugh married Marta Fitzgerald, a 35-year-old aerobics instructor whom he met on the CompuServe online service in 1990. They were married in the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who officiated.
The couple separated on June 11, 2004. Limbaugh announced his divorce on the air. It ended in December 2004. In September 2004, Limbaugh became romantically involved with then-CNN news anchor Daryn Kagan; the relationship ended in February 2006.
After his marriage to Fitzgerald, he dated Kathryn Rogers, a Florida party planner, for three years; the couple married on June 5, 2010. During the wedding reception after the ceremony, Elton John entertained the wedding guests for a fee of $ 1 million; However, Limbaugh himself denied that the $ 1 million figure was accurate on his radio show on September 7, 2010.
Rush Limbaugh Death & Cause
On October 20, 2020, Limbaugh announced that attempts to treat cancer no longer contained cancer, that his diagnosis was terminal, and that he had been given a time frame on when he should expect to die (he did not make that prognosis public).