Discussion in 'Celebrity Scuttlebutt' started by Richard Channing, Nov 2, 2018.
Apparently Cher was the first woman to show her belly button on TV.
She was and when it happened they said she was so skinny it wasn't violent? I guess back then it was? It's so funny because look what we see on TV now. They never let Jeanie show hers.
I have the Sonny and Cher show on DVD and we love it. Sonny makes us roll with laughter. Cher is as always gorgeous too.
She was such a ground breaker with her sexy outfits, dating younger men and her concerts. She really was the original who paved the way for those to come.
Thanks for posting this. I love Cher.
I have just watched this 1988 interview with the ever charming Audrey Hepburn. The presenter´s hairdo is a bit distracting though (and probably out of fashion already in 1988...). Enjoy it!
This is not exactly an interview but an informal chat between three heavyweights of acting: Sigourney Weaver, Isabella Rossellini, and Liv Ullmann. They talk about Ingrid Bergman, their acting experiences and what brought them to their profession. They sound very wise and clever, and no need to say they don´t need big hats or shoulderpads to look elegant and chic.
This is a quite enjoyable interview with Lana Turner, alias Jacqueline Perrault, from her Falcon Crest years. I loved when she mentioned the two actresses she thinks have glamour at that time (Morgan Fairchild and...Victoria Principal ). I also found "interesting" the fact the camera does hide Joan Rivers´ face when she says it!!
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