Hollywood headlines come and go, but it's -- by far -- the more scandalous ones that capture the imagination of the public at large. We tend to glaze over the newest Hollywood couple sighting, baby births or the bikini flavor of the week, but for some reason, we perk up if the headline has 'scandal' written all over it.
Today's entertainment news seems to be filled with conflict. There's the Jennifer Aniston versus Angelina Jolie/Brad Pitt saga, the war against the Kardashians, the public's turning against Gwyneth Paltrow and Anne Hathaway, just to name a few.
FKDL's new wall celebrates Audrey Hepburn for her May 4th birthday in the Brussells district where she was born. Liz Taylor is her special guest.
Christie Brinkley tied the knot four times, but that's nothing compared to some of the stars on this list.
I haven't seen an episode of Mob Wives. Or maybe I have: I had dinner with Big Ang.
It had taken all fall to try to set this up -- and I even had to take a back seat to Lindsay Lohan. But it was worth the wait. Richard Burton was the kind of man I had always imagined for whom one could throw everything over. We all get crushes on movie stars and rock stars but Burton was something unique.
Elizabeth Taylor's New Year's Eve at home during our "fun years" in the sixties consisted of family, fashion, and food.
Len Cariou may well be the most persistently employed performer on the planet. He leaps fleetly from role to role, format to format and venue to venue -- theater, film, television, recordings, narration, voiceovers, documentaries and audio books.
Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin's home on the Rue de Verneuil became a French historical monument and tourist attraction known for the graffiti art on the walls, doors and grills.
By the time I joined the entourage full time in 1966, Elizabeth was locked up in hotel rooms and had no longer any sense of the real world, especially finance.
Hands down, the affordable coffee-table book of the year is Cindy de La Hoz' photo-bio of Elizabeth Taylor.
It's easy to come up with a list of a few things a movie about Elizabeth Taylor-Richard Burton should do. "Liz and Dick" does absolutely none of these things. All it really does is make you sad about what's become of Lindsay Lohan.
But just before she left the press room, she turned and touched the massive Van Cleef & Arpels necklace blazing around her neck. "Oh, and in case you're wondering, this is mine." And that, baby, was a star.
The Warwick Hotel in midtown Manhattan has a rather risqué past, thanks to the likes of William Randolph Hearst and his longtime girlfriend, Marion Davies.
We owe a great deal of gratitude to all our sponsors, partners, and supporters along the way, and most importantly to our founding chair, the great Dame Elizabeth Taylor, a tireless AIDS activist whose involvement raised the event and the cause to international levels of awareness.
What gets me are all the Kennedy-haters out there warning Taylor (in print) to "run don't walk" to the nearest exit; that Conor is a Kennedy and Miss Swift will surely end up in some tragic situation.