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Angela Lansbury, Beloved Actress and 'Murder, She Wrote' Star, Dead at 96
.Perhaps best known for her TV role as everyone's favorite detective on, the London-born Lansbury was as legendary as she was lovable — so much so that she scored a perfect 100 on 's ultra-scientific «lovability index» in the mid-1990s.The daughter of an actress and a wealthy politician, a pre-teen Lansbury, buried between the arts and politics, took to acting as a method of coping with her father's untimely death, which she described as «the defining moment» of her life. Upon moving to the United States while World War II was still raging, Lansbury was quickly contracted by MGM, where she appeared in her first film (, 1944), earning her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the young age of 19.While Lansbury landed her second Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe win just a year later for her role as a working-class music hall singer in, she was often quick to dismiss her years with MGM, who frequently miscast her in older, somewhat villainous roles alongside the likes of Ingrid Bergman, Elizabeth Taylor and Judy Garland.«I was always playing somebody else, a different kind of woman than I was myself,» she told of her time with the media conglomerate. «I regret terribly the years that I wasted playing a bunch of women who weren’t me at all.»It was during this time the British character actress met her second and longtime husband, Peter Shaw, shortly after ending a brief marriage to Richard Cromwell (Lansbury later found out Cromwell was gay).
Katy Perry - Elizabeth Taylor podcast ‘Elizabeth The First’, narrated by Katy Perry, announces release date - nme.com - Taylor - city Elizabeth, county Taylor
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Elizabeth Taylor podcast ‘Elizabeth The First’, narrated by Katy Perry, announces release date
Katy Perry-narrated podcast series about Elizabeth Taylor, Elizabeth The First, has been announced, revealed alongside a teaser for its first episode.With Taylor billed as “the original influencer”, the ten-part series will feature stories from those closest to Taylor (who died in 2011), as well as audio from the archives of the House of Taylor.Perry will reportedly cover topics such as Taylor’s time working in (and fight against) a male-dominated film studio industry, her activism promoting awareness of issues like HIV and AIDS, and alcohol and drug abuse.The series will also look at Taylor’s rise to being the world’s highest paid actress in the 1960s, when she successfully negotiated the first $1million to star in 1963s Cleopatra.Produced by Imperative Entertainment, Elizabeth The First is set to arrive on Monday October 3, available on all major podcast platforms.Coinciding with the news of the release date, a teaser for the first episode of Elizabeth The First was released on September 15.Coming in at just under three and a half minutes, the teaser hears Perry call Taylor the “first true influencer… living a remarkable life”.“She had power, real power, influencing generations,” Perry says.Listen below:Upon the series’ announcement back in March, Perry said in a statement to Variety: “Like most people, I was attracted to her glamour, and in my own life, I continue to find myself referencing her through some of my visuals.“I’m inspired by her bold activism, her constant boss moves in business, and through it all, an unapologetic way of loving — all things I try to live in my own life.“It’s an honour to be able to share her story in this way.”
Michael Jackson - Paris Jackson - Alexandra Shipp - Paris Jackson stuns in a gold dress and embraces Alexandra Shipp at the Elizabeth Taylor Ball - dailymail.co.uk - USA - Hollywood - Taylor - city Elizabeth, county Taylor - county Storey
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Paris Jackson stuns in a gold dress and embraces Alexandra Shipp at the Elizabeth Taylor Ball
Paris Jackson appeared to be in high spirits as she made a glamorous arrival at the Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End AIDS in West Hollywood earlier on Thursday evening. The stunning star, 24, donned a strapless gown that showcased her fit physique as she posed for photos before the gala began. Michael Jackson's talented daughter was pictured hugging her close friend and fellow actress, Alexandra Shipp, 31, during the brief photo session.   Stunning: Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris Jackson, 24, looked beautiful in a gold gown when she arrived at the Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End AIDS in West Hollywood earlier Thursday evening The singer looked elegant in a strapless gold dress that fell down towards the ground, with a high slit on the right side.  The gown was comprised of satin material and a form-fitting, corset top which showed off her fit physique. Paris slipped into a pair of open-toed, brown platform heels that were secured with a strap at the ankles. Her blonde hair was pulled up and styled into a chic bun, with loose strands falling and bordering her face.   Beautiful: The actress and singer donned a long, gold dress with showed off her fit physique and toned legs  Gorgeous: The Habit star flaunted her best modeling poses as she paused for a few photos at the gala in West Hollywood The American Horror Stories actress kept her makeup glamorous and vibrant, wearing a layer of black mascara and eyeliner to make her blue eyes pop. A nude-colored lipstick was worn in order to keep the long dress the main focal point. To accessorize her gala outfit, Paris donned an assortment of gold bracelets on each arm to coincide with the color scheme. She also added a pair of differing, dangly earrings that consisted of gold and red
Elton John - Anne Hathaway - Mick Jagger - Elizabeth Ii Queenelizabeth (Ii) - Julie Andrews - Royal Family - Queen Elizabeth Ii - 'It feels as though we lost a friend' Julie Andrews shares heartfelt tribute to the Queen - express - Britain - Taylor - city Elizabeth, county Taylor
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'It feels as though we lost a friend' Julie Andrews shares heartfelt tribute to the Queen
the dearly departed monarch, from Victoria Beckham and Liz Hurley to Mick Jagger and Elton John."A page in history has turned today," the Emmy, Grammy and Golden Globe award winner began in a statement."Along with millions of others, I mourn the passing of our beloved Queen Elizabeth II," Dame Julie Andrews continued."It feels as though we lost a friend: a dedicated Monarch who inspired all of us with her love, wisdom and grace."She added ambitiously: "'May we honour her by holding to the standards she set for herself and her nation."Julie also has almost 350,000 followers on her official Instagram account, but she chose not to release a copy of her statement there.The star had already paid tribute to the monarch once this year for the Platinum Jubilee, reminding the public that she had kept her promise to loyally serve the country she loved."Your majesty, I well remember the beautiful radio speech you gave on your 21st birthday,” she had emotionally exclaimed.“You pledged yourself in service to the people of Britain and the Commonwealth, and I feel that in all the years since, you have never betrayed that promise."Julie had her first opportunity to meet the Queen in person 25 years earlier, when she was present at the Silver Jubilee celebrations back in 1977.The Royal Variety Performance was held at the London Palladium that year, and Julie shook hands with the Queen backstage with enormous enthusiasm.It wasn't until 2000 that Queen Elizabeth II awarded her the title of Dame.The Mary Poppins star received the accolade alongside the late Dame Elizabeth Taylor as they wowed in pastel pink and lilac suits.Then, four years later, she and Anne Hathaway played starring roles in the Disney movie The Princess Diaries 2: Royal
Paul Newman - Paul Newman’s daughters sue late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation for $1,600,000 - metro.co.uk - USA - Taylor - Indiana - state Connecticut - city Elizabeth, county Taylor - county Hand - county Woodward
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Paul Newman’s daughters sue late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation for $1,600,000
Paul Newman’s daughters are suing the late Hollywood star’s charitable foundation, accusing it of ‘dishonouring’ Newman’s legacy and going against his wishes.The charity is controlled and funded through Newman’s Own, the food and drink line which uses the actor’s likeness on products including pasta sauces and popular salad dressings.Susan Kendall Newman and Nell Newman, two of the star’s six children, allege that their own charity organisations are supposed to receive $400,000 (£338,000) each annually – as mandated by their father – but that those payments have been slashed in half in recent years.Filing a lawsuit on Tuesday in Connecticut, the siblings are now seeking $1.6million (£1.35m) in damages to be donated to their own charities to distribute.The complaint also claims that the foundation has ‘lost its way and strayed from its mission to preserve and honour Paul Newman’s legacy’, with the sisters interpreting the apparent change as the start of a plan to force them out of the organisation and having any right in saying how the products’ profits are donated to charities.The foundation enjoys funding from the ownership of The Great Escape star’s publicity rights.Newman created Newman’s Own in 1982, with all profits going to charity, before creating the foundation in 2005.The popular star, known for roles in such classics as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Elizabeth Taylor, Cool Hand Luke and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, died in 2008.He had lived with his wife, actress Joanne Woodward, in Westport, Connecticut.Ms Newman and Ms Newman also say that their actor father only allowed the foundation to use his name and likeness providing it met several stipulations, which includes the $400,000 payments.Andy Lee, the
Tony Blackburn - Graham Norton - George Best - Terry Wogan - Terry Wogan's will - eye-watering net worth, health battle and inheritance bill claims - dailystar.co.uk - Ireland - Taylor - city Elizabeth, county Taylor
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Terry Wogan's will - eye-watering net worth, health battle and inheritance bill claims
BBC presenter is believed to have had a large network but when his will was made public, many were shocked to discover a sum of just £1.04 million.Terry became a national treasure for his work on TV and radio, including Wogan which hosted huge stars including Ronnie Barker and George Best.READ NEXT: Elizabeth Taylor's will - £500m fortune, eye-watering jewellery and £1m given to exHowever, the world of entertainment was left devastated when Sir Terry died in 2016, with fans and fellow stars paying tribute to the inspirational presenter.From Blankety Blank to The Eurovision Song Contest, and his long-running radio programme, Terry is believed to have made around £20 million over the course of his career.We take a look into his last months and his will..Sir Terry Wogan died on January 31, 2016 at the age of 77 years old, after the star was diagnosed with cancer.A statement released by his family following his death said: "Sir Terry Wogan died today after a short but brave battle with cancer."He passed away surrounded by his family. While we understand he will be missed by many, the family ask that their privacy is respected at this time."Fans and stars from the world of entertainment paid tribute to the beloved radio and TV icon, with Graham Norton - who took over from Terry Wogan as the Eurovision commentator - saying in a tweet: "He made it seem effortless and for a young boy in Ireland he made it seem possible.
Les Miserables - David Copperfield - Tony Robinson - Blackadder Nursie star Patsy Byrne's will - 'hidden' £1.5m fortune to £50k hospice gift - dailystar.co.uk - Taylor - city Elizabeth, county Taylor
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Blackadder Nursie star Patsy Byrne's will - 'hidden' £1.5m fortune to £50k hospice gift
READ NEXT: Elizabeth Taylor's will - £500m fortune, eye-watering jewellery and £1m given to exIn the weeks following her death, Probate records revealed that Patsy had left an eye-watering fortune in her will - and also explained the star's wishes for how her fortune should be distributed.Patsy Byrne was one of the most familiar faces on our screens, after appearing hit TV programmes and films including Watching, Z Cars, Peak Practice, Kevin and Perry Go Large, Heartbeat, Inspector Morse, Les Miserables and David Copperfield - as well as a number of theatre productions.She is also most fondly remembered as Nursie in the BBC programme Blackadder, along with her appearance in children's TV programme Maid Marian and Her Merry Men.However, Patsy sadly died at the age of 80 years old on June 17, 2014, with stars from the world of entertainment paying tribute to beloved actress.Blackadder actor Tony Robinson told 5 Live: "I was so fond of her as a person and so in awe of her capabilities that when I decided I wanted to introduce a mother to Maid Marion, my first choice was Patsy."Her death also came just one week after that of fellow Blackadder star Rik Mayall, who is fondly remembered for playing Lord Flashheart in the programme.With a long and successful career on both stage and screen, it is no surprise that Patsy Byrne amassed a huge net worth.Yet is has since been revealed that Patsy was unaware of how much her fortune was actually worth when she drew up her will, according to stepdaughter Monica Seccombe.Patsy had majorly underestimated how much her fortune was worth - with her estate eventually revealed to be an eye-watering £1.5million following her death.Away from the limelight, Patsy Byrne was married to Patrick John
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