Not everyone is hating on Lindsay Lohan’s performance in “Liz & Dick,” which is good because she is reportedly “devastated” by the mostly bad reviews, according to The Huffington Post. Do not despair, LiLo! Here’s some Twitter love: Read More
Forget what’s happening with Israel and Gaza: A Twitter war has broken out regarding Paris Hilton’s new shop for bags and accessories near Saudi Arabia’s holy site of Mecca.
There are a few things about Hilton that don’t sit well with devout Muslims, like that sex tape and her rampant materialism. So having her chintzy infidel wares available in the same area as the religion’s holiest shrine just ain’t flying. Read More
Ronald Reagan may have been an actor before he became a politician, but he was never a sex symbol like Rock Hudson or Montgomery Clift. There’s a reason for that: The dude is asexual. That’s why the allegations in the upcoming tell-all, “Elizabeth Taylor: There Is Nothing Like A Dame,” are especially, um, unsettling.
According to the book’s author, a teenage Taylor went to then 36-year-old Reagan’s house for dinner and seduced him. Ew. Read More
Since it was first raised in 1997, the giant rainbow flag in the Castro’s Harvey Milk Plaza has flown at half-staff only five times despite a steady stream of requests. But on Sunday, it will be lowered for the 10th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks. Read More
A San Francisco restaurant is honoring the late actress Elizabeth Taylor by unveiling a dress from her private wardrobe Wednesday afternoon and displaying it for several months. Taylor, a two-time Academy Award winner who died March 23 at age 79, was known for her striking beauty — particularly her lavender-tinted eyes, Lori’s Diner spokesman Barry Barsamian said. Read More
Elizabeth Taylor put on a brave face up until the end of her life. But privately, the Hollywood legend, who fought tirelessly for those suffering from AIDS, was struggling with her own health woes.
Debbie Reynolds — a friend of La Liz despite their notorious long-ago love triangle with Eddie Fisher — recalled her last conversation with the actress, two weeks before her death. Read More
Reaction to the death of screen legend Elizabeth Taylor was swift in the celebrity world. She died Wednesday at age 79. Taylor had starring roles in such Hollywood classics as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Cleopatra.”“We have just lost a Hollywood giant,” longtime friend Elton John said. “More importantly, we have lost an incredible human being.” Read More