The French rock star left everything to his wife and stepchildren, and nothing to his children, who are suing - with support from many, apparently. "A number of big names in the world of French entertainment have spoken out on the matter."
In 1956 Brigitte Bardot visited Pablo Picasso's studio near Cannes
Two things that give me anxiety: debating whether or not I want to be that person who takes the last slice of pizza, and the idea of getting bangs. Sure, I would love to emulate Brigitte Bardot via vintage curtain bangs, or have the guts to pull off baby bangs à la Emma Roberts at the Critics' Choice Awards. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Gavin Turek, Dusty Springfield, Blood Orange Song: Whinnie Williams - Sorry Now What's so good? After gaining the attention of the wider music community last year the self-confessed love child of Brigitte Bardot and DelShow More Summary
“A man is a man, and a woman is a woman. If they are not, they are homos.”
On a day when Alec Baldwin returned to both Saturday Night Live and the pages of The New York Times – the former a more joyful return, the latter seeing the newspaper rake the actor for his support of Woody Allen and James Toback – the...Show More Summary
Brigitte Bardot does not endorse the #MeToo movement. The 83-year-old French And God Created Woman cinema legend called out the movement during an interview with French magazine Paris Match, as reported by Variety. Brigitte asserts that in the case of actresses – but “not women in general” – “the vast majority of cases” are “hypocritical, [...]
Another French actress has spoken out against the climate of sexual misconduct allegations that has prevailed in the entertainment industry since the takedown of Harvey Weinstein. The AP reports that Brigitte Bardot said in an interview with the Paris-Match weekly,...
Bardot, who says she has never been harassed, says majority of #MeToo claims are "hypocritical, ridiculous and without interest."
French film icon Brigitte Bardot called the #MeToo movement "hypocritical and ridiculous" in a new interview with the French magazine Paris Match. The 83-year-old actress said that many actresses claim sexual harassment for publicity. Bardot...Show More Summary
'60s sex symbol Brigitte Bardot is speaking out against the growing #MeToo movement, calling Hollywood's involvement "hypocritical" and "ridiculous." Read more...
Bardot is second French film star after Catherine Deneuve to lambast women involved in campaigns such as #MeToo and its French equivalent French former actor Brigitte Bardot has joined Catherine Deneuve in expressing distaste for women...Show More Summary
“I found it charming when men told me that I was beautiful or I had a nice little backside.”
Never a stranger to controversial and unpopular positions, the former French film star Brigitte Bardot has claimed that she loved being told she had "a nice little ass" and that the “vast majority” of actresses who have claimed to be...Show More Summary
French film legend Brigitte Bardot attacked the #MeToo movement Wednesday, claiming that actresses who complain of sexual harassment were just looking for publicity.
Brigitte Bardot is the latest French female film legend to weigh in on #MeToo as the movement continues to rally against sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood. As the And God Created Woman actress reportedly explains in an interview published to Paris Match magazine and translated by France 24, “Lots ... More »
Actress Brigitte Bardot accused alleged sexual assault victims of seeking publicity in an interview attacking the #MeToo movement.
French actress and film legend Brigitte Bardot is the latest to come forward to criticize the #MeToo movement sparked by the deluge of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood. France 24 translated an interview with the French Magazine Paris...Show More Summary
French film legend Brigitte Bardot attacked the #MeToo movement Wednesday, claiming that actresses who complain of sexual harassment were just looking for publicity. "The vast majority are being hypocritical and ridiculous," she told the French magazine Paris Match. Show More Summary