In the past, Lana Del Rey’s general vibe has oscillated ever so slightly between a depressed Marilyn Monroe and Dusty Springfield in a love coma. Whether it’s the positive response to her latest single “Love” or the side effect of her hex on Donald Trump, Del Rey is uncharacteristically optimistic ... More »
What would Marilyn Monroe have made of it? One of the most filmed and photographed women of the last century, Monroe has sprung back to life on the digital screen thanks to Kendall Jenner, who bobbed her hair, lip-synchs her way through a few famous songs and vamps for the camera in a short film...
Kim Kardashian West doesn't get to be the only family member to be compared to Marilyn Monroe! Following her big sister's lead, Kendall Jenner channeled the Hollywood icon for a new video shoot with LOVE magazine! And as you probably guessed, it's super sexy! Related: Enjoy Some Half-Naked Shots Of Kendall! Dancing around in see-through lingerie while lip [...]
As Marilyn Monroe once said, diamonds are a girl's best friend. Read more...
Elizabeth Winder’s new book takes a close look at a year Marilyn Monroe spent in New York, trying to escape the movie industry.
By recycling pieces, skipping the diamonds, and sticking to sportswear, she broke class barriers.
Mamie Van Doren (born Joan Lucille Olander, 1931) is an American actress, model, singer, and sex symbol who is known for being one of the first actresses to recreate the look of Marilyn Monroe. Van Doren is perhaps best remembered for...Show More Summary
Here is a stunning photo collection of 3-D images that shows portraits of Hollywood actresses taken from between the 1940s and 1950s. Marilyn Monroe Maureen O'Hara Maureen O'Hara Nancy Olsen and John Wayne Rita Hayworth See more »
As this 2009 article from The Telegraph shows, Marilyn Monroe, Robert F. Kennedy, Sharon Tate, Janis Joplin, Natalie Wood, William Holden, John Belushi and many others were part of the extraordinary career of Dr. Thomas Noguchi, the coroner of Los Angeles County. [Dr. Noguchi gave a lecture to a "Law and Medicine" class I took years ago. His presentation was unforgettable.]
Here are some fascinating photos of Marilyn Monroe you may have or may not have seen before. The photos were shot by Bert Stern for Vogue magazine in June 1962, just six weeks before Monroe died. What you see are some outtakes from the the photoshoot. Monroe is paying homage to Jackie Kennedy by donning a black wig in the style popularized by the First Lady. See more »
Dove Cameron rocks a sharp bold blue color on her eyes for her Galore cover party in Los Angeles on Friday night (February 24). The Hairspray Live actress, who turned into Marilyn Monroe for the feature, hosted a ton of her friends at the bash, including her Descendants co-stars Cameron Boyce and Brenna D’Amico, and [...]
Late in 1954, Hollywood’s hottest new star pulled a dark wig over her famed flaxen locks, renamed herself Zelda — and fled from the past.
Scandal! JFK Knocked Up Marilyn Monroe Behind Jackie’s Back The playboy convinced the star to abort, but the bombshell was heartbroken. John-f-kennedy-jfk=Jackie-marilyn-monroe-affair… READ ON
Another day, another actress channeling Marilyn Monroe! Except Dove Cameron actually looks a lot like the late bombshell with her blonde locks, cute upturned nose, and big doe eyes! Related: Dove Dumped Her Fiancé For Her Costar! The Disney star covers Galore magazine, looking like the ultimate temptress in short shorts and white bullet bra. Yowza! In the accompanying [...]
Dove Cameron is moving on from her Disney Channel days with this super sexy new photo shoot for Galore magazine, in which she channels the legendary Marilyn Monroe. The 21-year-old actress is best known to audiences for her work as Amber Von Tussle on NBC’s Hairspray Live and Disney Channel’s Liv & Maddie. Here is [...]
Sounds like former Disney Channel star Dove Cameron is branching out of her acting career and getting ready to release her debut album. In an exclusive interview with Galore, she dishes on her upcoming music endeavors and channels her inner Marilyn Monroe. Show More Summary
The fashion and entertainment industry has dictated to women since almost the beginning of time, and it’s had its effect on all of us one way or another. I was a young teenager when Marilyn Monroe was considered the epitome of womanhood. Show More Summary
In July of 1960, Marilyn Monroe reported to Fox Studios in Manhattan to begin principle photography for The Misfits. The film, written by her husband, Arthur Miller, would prove to be Monroe's final completed project before a barbiturate...Show More Summary