They say a dog is a man's best friend, but in the world of celebrity, you can include dogs, cats and everything in between. Elizabeth Taylor and her dogs Brigitte Bardot and her black spaniels Pablo Picasso with his cat John Lennon and Yoko Ono and a black feline friend Salvador Dalí with an ocelot Babou See more »
Those captivated by screen giant Elizabeth Taylor can spend a week in a Palm Springs home she once owned for about $5,200, depending on the season, or by even the night.
Marriage is forever! Or maybe it's for a bit of time and then it's onto the next! We all know Elizabeth Taylor made her way through more than a few marriages, but there are plenty of other stars who liked to say 'I do' and then 'I don't' over and over again. So which celebs decided ’til death [...]
Welcome to Midcentury Madness, where we hop in our ‘58 Chevy Impala, drive over to Elizabeth Taylor’s house, tell her we’re sorry about the death of her husband, remind her that she deserved the Oscar that year, and drink extra dirty gin martinis all night as she dishes about which guy she’s gonna start dating next. Show More Summary
With his scene-stealing work in Mean Girls and on Looking, Daniel Franzese has long been one of our favorite performers and as an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, he’s also one of our most-admired do-gooders. Now we see he comes by his positive energy naturally. After reading and listening to some of the bile and vitriol being […]
There are plenty of things you could do with two million dollars. You could buy a small yacht, a little island in the South Pacific, maybe start a diamond collection to rival Elizabeth Taylor’s—or you could just buy a Birkin.... via JustLuxe.com
The Rolling Stones spent some time there in the 1970s, as did John Lennon, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Elizabeth Taylor. Before Andy Warhol bought it in 1971, this Montauk compound—called Eothen (meaning "from the east")—belonged to the Churches, better known as the Arm & Hammer family. Show More Summary
The novelist Elizabeth Taylor’s career began with a stroke of bad luck. She sold her first book, an understated satire about a young wife on an Air Force base in wartime Britain, in 1945. A few months earlier, “National Velvet” had made the twelve-year-old actress Elizabeth Taylor an international star. Show More Summary
In his distinguished career as a Hollywood photographer, Bob Willoughby captured Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Fonda, but remains unequivocal about his favorite subject: Audrey Hepburn. Willoughby was called in to shoot the new starlet one morning shortly after she arrived in Hollywood in 1953. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Taylor was her first admirer and her career creating one-of-a-kind jewels continues to rise.
"... according to ['celebrity facialist' Kate] Somerville, who said that an aesthetician who worked with them told her. She declined to reveal which of her celebrity clients shave their faces, but said that she recommends it widely and that many comply."
It's 5:30 on a Thursday, and the ladies perched on the cow-fur-covered stools at the Mark Hotel bar are being very Upper East Side. There are Bergdorf bags everywhere. One of those Elizabeth Taylor from Sex and the City dogs trots by. Jill Kargman, star, creator, and executive producer of the new... More »
And plans to redevelop the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center. [ more › ]
Since dreamed up by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802, nearly 100,000 international celebrities of all kinds have been presented with the French Legion of Honor award — Desmond Tutu, Jerry Lewis and Elizabeth Taylor among them.
In 1953, two years before future country superstar Reba McEntire was born, songwriters Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster penned a tune that would later top both the pop and country charts, and be recorded by scores of artists along the way. "Secret Love" was written for inclusion in the...
Giant is a 1956 American drama film, directed by George Stevens from a screenplay adapted by Fred Guiol and Ivan Moffat from the novel by Edna Ferber. The film stars Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson and James Dean... Giant was the lastShow More Summary
Clip recap: Spring arrives with one of the most heartwarming films in MGM history, Clarence Brown’s “National Velvet (1944), starring Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Donald Crisp, Angela Lansbury and Oscar winner Anne Revere. TakenShow More Summary
If you need further proof that the 1970s were a magical decade, this clip of Cher, Elton John and Bette Midler tearing through a medley of the decade’s hits should end the debate for eternity. Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson became immediate close friends when the photogenic twosome costarred in the 1956 epic Giant. People […]