Bold statement, but I’m sticking by it. Miss you, Anna Nicole.
Anna Nicole premieres June 29 on Lifetime. If the trailer is any indication, we’re in for another modern-day classic à la Liz & Dick.
Bacon? Check. My Little Ponies? Check. Dentures? Present.
The early ’90s ad campaign that made Anna Nicole a household name.
Like mother like daughter.
Entertainment Tonight interviewed Agnes Bruckner on the set of the upcoming made-for-TV movie.
Back then, models weren’t just pretty clothes hangers — they warranted cult-status obsession. Would you hang up photos of Jessica Stam all over your bedroom walls now? Yeah, I didn’t think so. NSFW
Dannielynn Birkhead, daughter of the late Anna Nicole Smith, is now 5 years old, and looks exactly like her mother. Here she is looking pretty darn cute this past weekend at the Kentucky Derby.
In 2006, Anna Nicole Smith agreed to be the spokesperson for GoldenPalace.com. She also agreed to pose carrying her now five-year-old daughter Danielynn for the online casino in these never-before-seen pics. Smith died one year later, and, out of respect for her family, Golden Palace held onto the photos. Until now.
The Anna Nicole Smith opera debuted in London last night to a rapturous reception. Says one opera enthusiast, “It was raunchy, but also convincing.” Suck it, Verdi.
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When you think of the perfect mate, the dream girl, the woman you’d cut off appendages to meet, what do you picture? Some would say Miss America. Some would opt for Victoria’s Secret or Sports Illustrated model. How about the Playboy Playmate?
What’s more class-less: reporting about Anna Nicole Smith and her son Daniel’s gravestone or the gravestone itself? Either way, the whole thing is disturbing — including the quotations used on the stone, which Jezebel notices were taken from an particular episode of E!’s Anna Nicole Smith Show where Anna was especially loopy.
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Jezebel’s flawless roundup of the most cuckoobananas lady celebs on the planet.
Equally eerie as it is hilarious (ok, it’s not that eerie), an old story details Anna Nicole Smith’s claim that a ghost would repeatedly “climb up [her] leg,” and they’d have “amazing” sex.