ELIZABETH TAYLOR DIES
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor has died at 79. She was surrounded by her family when she died of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles this morning. She will be laid to rest next to her parents. The cemetery is also the final resting place for starts like Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Merv Griffin and Farrah Fawcett.
Celebs reacted to her death on Twitter:
"I knew Elizabeth Taylor and I can tell you she was kind, brave, generous and loyal. I am sad." - Jane Fonda
"She was the 1st major celebrity to join me in the fight against AIDS when it wasn't a popular cause." - Joan Rivers
"Elizabeth, thank you for all your help in the battle for HIV and AIDS. You will be missed by the world." - Magic Johnson
"I met Elizabeth Taylor several times. She was witty and self-deprecating, which I found surprising and delightful. She loved to laugh." - Steve Martin
"Elizabeth Taylor was a great friend, a great star and one gutsy woman. She was so special. You won't see the likes of her again..." - Larry King
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CHARLIE SHEEN SCORES BIG ON TWITTER
Thursday, March 03, 2011
Charlie Sheen is now winning on Twitter. He scored more than a million followers during his first 24 hours on the site. He's only following stars including Howard Stern, Piers Morgan, Diddy, Fred Durst, Sarah Silverman, George Lopez, Sly Stallone, Will Arnett, Nicky Hilton and Alyssa Milano. If you'd like to step into Charlie's world, you can follow him at @charliesheen.
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Trisha Goddard hosted talk shows overseas for years. Now, she's the star of her own show, a spin-off of Maury, here in the states. Topics have included a man with 5 wives and women who eat strange objects like drywall and dirt.
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