“Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night.”
Their meeting is also the definition of random.
Madonna taking Michael Jackson to the Oscars kicks off #ThrowbackThursday.
Do you think you’re more of a Marilyn or an Audrey?
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
It was a big year for Jim Carrey.
“You knew always when I hurt and you made comfort for me.”
The decade that took beloved 1960s television shows and turned them into unwatchable films.
Doll repainter Noel Cruz’s work is so realistic it’s like, “Honey, I shrunk Beyoncé!”
It’s been 50 years since this epic love story full of passion, betrayal, and decadence — and that was just behind the scenes.
La Liz had a well documented love affair with men and jewelry, but she also had one with Mickey Mouse.
Quinn Tivey has teamed up with GenerationCURE, a campaign aimed at the younger generation. Today has been designated National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Lindsay Lohan is SO jealous right now.
Droooool. Can we all start wearing our hair like this for the rest of time?
A guide to what goes on where… when the cameras aren’t looking.
Twenty years of vintage magazine covers charting the tumultuous relationship of original “it” couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Tweeted by the late Elizabeth Taylor in July of 2010.
Lindsay Lohan’s Lifetime movie is a joy and a gift.
I had my doubts, but that first photo is eerily similar to the real deal.
She says she’s ready to play the late, great Liz. Because when America thinks the epitome of classy sexiness, they think LiLo.
The estate of Elizabeth Taylor will be auctioning off her entire jewelry collection—valued at $30 million (MILLION)—and The Associated Press were granted exclusive access to photograph these bejeweled behemoths. The snakelet watch is awesomely tacky and beautiful.
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Former First Lady Betty Ford, wife of President Gerald Ford, has passed away at the age of 93. Ford was a courageous survivor of both alcohol addiction and breast cancer who went on to champion such issues as the Equal Rights Amendment. She famously founded The Betty Ford Center, a world-renowned treatment clinic for substance abuse. She had been ailing in recent years, but no official cause of death has been released.
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The sad, almost inevitable aftermath.
From the obscure 1974 film “The Driver’s Seat,” in which she plays an insane spinster with a death wish, here’s Elizabeth Taylor very intensely applying makeup. Plus a bonus scene from the same movie where she flips out about stain resistant fabric and takes off her top. Both clips demonstrate why she is an icon. Rest in peace.
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Taylor was 18 when she first wed.
Elizabeth Taylor was buried in an $11,000 casket.
Never-before-seen outtakes from a notable interview with Elizabeth Taylor.
The beloved actress shared heartfelt thoughts on happiness, tolerance and optimism.