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Elizabeth Taylor gets a new Barbie dedicated to her

Elizabeth Taylor gets a new Barbie dedicated to her

Nov 23 2012, 11:04am CST | by

Barbie have paid tribute to late actress Elizabeth Taylor by creating a new White Diamonds doll in memory of her.

Elizabeth Taylor has a new Barbie doll dedicated to her. Toy giant Mattel have honoured the late actress and her charity by creating a unique new doll, which comes with her signature black hair and...

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Elizabeth Taylor gets a new Barbie dedicated to her

Nov 23 2012, 11:04am CST | by

Barbie have paid tribute to late actress Elizabeth Taylor by creating a new White Diamonds doll in memory of her.

Elizabeth Taylor has a new Barbie doll dedicated to her.
Toy giant Mattel have honoured the late actress and her charity by creating a unique new doll, which comes with her signature black hair and a glamorous white dress and is named 'White Diamonds' after Elizabeth's best-selling perfume.
A red satin ribbon can be seen pinned onto the dress, representing Elizabeth's dedication to helping those living with HIV/AIDS, and the Barbie comes with accessories such as gold jewellery, white sunglasses and a miniature replica bottle of her famous fragrance.
The Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds Barbie doll is available on BarbieCollector.com for $150.
The doll is not the first to be modelled on the late actress, as one has already been produced capturing the look from her hit film 'Cleopatra' and another in a semi-sheer sleeveless chiffon violet gown, with a real Swarovski crystal necklace.
Elizabeth, who died in March 2011 from congestive heart failure, was recently named the highest-paid dead celebrity by Forbes and is said to have earned a staggering $210 million last year alone from the auctioning of her jewellery, costumes and artwork.

 
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Katie Couric Too Drunk For TV, Tiger Woods On The Prowl & Michael Jackson With His Zipper Down: Reporter

Aug 22 2014 5:59am CDT | Source: RadarOnline

Recovering alcoholic Pat O’Brien exposes his own dirty deeds and most debaucherous behavior in his new memoir— and he has no problem taking his celebrity friends down with him! The veteran sports and entertainment reporter, 66, recalls a time when he interviewed Katie Couric at pal Donald Trump’s 2005 wedding to Melania Knauss for The Insider. The footage “was scrapped as [producer] Linda Bell Blue thought Katie was too tipsy for our chat to be aired,” O’Brien writes in I’ll Be Back ...
Source: RadarOnline   Full article at: RadarOnline
 

 
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Taylor Swift’s 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music 25 Years Ago

Aug 19 2014 2:48pm CDT | Source: Mix 96-5

Taylor Swift took over the internet for a short time yesterday to declare herself no longer a country crossover queen, but a pop star. She debuted her new single and music video, “Shake It Off” and announced her forthcoming album 1989, named after the year she was born, and the music from that time. One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoc ...
Source: Mix 96-5   Full article at: Mix 96-5
 

 
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Taylor Swift’s 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music 25 Years Ago

Aug 19 2014 2:46pm CDT | Source: 92.3 NOW

Taylor Swift took over the internet for a short time yesterday to declare herself no longer a country crossover queen, but a pop star. She debuted her new single and music video, “Shake It Off” and announced her forthcoming album 1989, named after the year she was born, and the music from that time. One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoculture before YouTube and Twit ...
Source: 92.3 NOW   Full article at: 92.3 NOW
 

 
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Taylor Swift’s 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music 25 Years Ago

Aug 19 2014 2:44pm CDT | Source: WNKS-FM Kiss 95.1

Taylor Swift took over the internet for a short time yesterday to declare herself no longer a country crossover queen, but a pop star. She debuted her new single and music video, “Shake It Off” and announced her forthcoming album 1989, named after the year she was born, and the music from that time. One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoc ...
Source: WNKS-FM Kiss 95.1   Full article at: WNKS-FM Kiss 95.1
 

 
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Taylor Swift’s 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music 25 Years Ago

Aug 19 2014 2:44pm CDT | Source: Houston's Hot Hits

Taylor Swift took over the internet for a short time yesterday to declare herself no longer a country crossover queen, but a pop star. She debuted her new single and music video, “Shake It Off” and announced her forthcoming album 1989, named after the year she was born, and the music from that time. One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence o ...
Source: Houston's Hot Hits   Full article at: Houston's Hot Hits
 

 
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Taylor Swift’s 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music 25 Years Ago

Aug 19 2014 2:43pm CDT | Source: Fresh 102.7

Taylor Swift took over the internet for a short time yesterday to declare herself no longer a country crossover queen, but a pop star. She debuted her new single and music video, “Shake It Off” and announced her forthcoming album 1989, named after the year she was born, and the music from that time. One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoculture be ...
Source: Fresh 102.7   Full article at: Fresh 102.7
 

 
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Michael Jackson Threatened Maids With ‘Doo-Doo Snowballs’: A Serious Internet Report

Aug 12 2014 10:41am CDT | Source: The Superficial

While the rest of the world continues to mourn the tragic loss of Robin Williams, it falls on my journalistic shoulders to keep the Internet spinning by chronicling Michael Jackson‘s use of weaponized poop. I have a responsibility, dammit! The New York Post reports: Neverland’s manicured lawns and fairy-tale facade masked a house of horrors and madness, five of Michael Jackson’s maids revealed to The Post. “Michael sometimes ran around where the animals were, an ...
Source: The Superficial   Full article at: The Superficial
 

 
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Maids reveal Michael Jackson’s filth and perversion

Aug 10 2014 5:53pm CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

He was the King of Poop.Neverland’s manicured lawns and fairy-tale facade masked a house of horrors and madness, five of Michael Jackson’s maids revealed to The Post.“Michael sometimes ran around where the animals were, and he’d track . . . poop throughout the house and think nothing of it,” Maid No. 1 recalled. “Then, if you said something, he’d threaten to make doo-doo snowballs and throw it at you.”Wh ...
Source: Oh No They Didn't!   Full article at: Oh No They Didn't!
 

 
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2 weeks ago

Paris Jackson Then and Now — See How the Pop Princess Has Grown Up! (VIDEO)

Aug 5 2014 9:00am CDT | Source: WetPaint

Paris Jackson is just 16, but she's already lived a lot of life. In the video above and text below, we chart this pop heiress's life so far — from 1998 until 2014! The only daughter to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, Paris was born on April 3, 1998, in Los Angeles. Her mom is Debbie Rowe, whom Michael met during her time working for his dermatologist. After splitting from Debbie in 1999, Michael r ...
Source: WetPaint   Full article at: WetPaint
 

 
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Richard Avedon's revealing portraits unveiled at Art Gallery of Western Australia

Jul 31 2014 9:30pm CDT | Source: Art Daily

Richard Avedon People celebrates the work of American photographer Richard Avedon (1923 to 2004). Presenting 80 photographs from 1949 to 2002, the exhibition offers an in-depth overview of Avedon’s achievements in the art of black and white portraiture. Known for his exquisitely simple compositions, Avedon’s images express the essence of his subjects in charming and disarming ways. His work is also a catalog ...
Source: Art Daily   Full article at: Art Daily
 

 

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