Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Elizabeth Taylor Isn't Playing the Wedding March

Hope springs eternal and in Spring hope returns. But Elizabeth Taylor denies the rumors about her impending troth to talent manager Jason Winters. And reporters around the world breathe a collective sigh of relief that they don't have to update her advance obituary once again.

Elizabeth Taylor Isn't Playing the Wedding March

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The most beautiful woman in the world circa 1958.
The most beautiful woman in the world circa 1958.

Hope springs eternal and in Spring hope returns. But Elizabeth Taylor denies the rumors about her impending troth to talent manager Jason Winters. And reporters around the world breathe a collective sigh of relief that they don't have to update her advance obituary once again.

And if you need a Liz sighting, may Flickgrrl suggest: Jane Eyre  (1944) or National Velvet (same year) for the preteen Elizabeth),  Father of the Bride (1950) or A Place in the Sun (1951) for the teen lovely, The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954) or Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) for the mature Liz. Your favorite Taylor performance? Why?
 

 

DameElizabeth

  1. The rumors regarding my engagement simply aren't true. Jason is my manager and dearest friend. I love him with all my heart.
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