Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Nice Celebrity Eclipse Pictures photos

Nice Celebrity Eclipse Pictures photos

A few nice celebrity eclipse pictures images I found:

Celebrity Eclipse Main Dining Room (2) celebrity eclipse pictures
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Celebrity Solstice. Grass Lawn. celebrity eclipse pictures
Image by Tom Mascardo 1 The Lawn Club. Guests are welcome to play miniature golf, croquet and bocce ball. Unfortunately, wine and cheese picnics are impossible because the underground irrigation system used to keep the grass alive leaves the grass a little damp to the touch. Oh, and no high heels! Celebrity Solstice is the first of five in the Solstice Class of vessels deployed by Celebrity Cruises on behalf of Royal Caribbean International. Other vessels in the Solstice class include the Celebrity Equinox and the Celebrity Eclipse.

Celebrity Eclipse Tour Lunch: main course fish celebrity eclipse pictures
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Corgi Degreaser

Corgi Degreaser

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Corgi Degreaser names of celebrities
Image by Apionid Been trying to get rid of this stuff for ages. We're Here! My name on a plate (Celebrity endorsed products)

Jazz Musician & Band Leader Woody Herman Star, Star Walk Outside Hotel San Carlos, Phoenix, Arizona names of celebrities
Image by classic_film This star bears the name of and the electronic engraved signature of legendary jazz musician and band leader Woody Herman (May 16, 1913 - October 29, 1987). This is one of a number of metal stars that are embedded in the surrounding walkway on the east and south sides of the historic Hotel San Marcos (down Monroe Street and Central Avenue) in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. Imitating the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame in California, this "Star Walk" was created in 1993 to commemorate the hotel's 65th birthday, and to serve as a tribute to the movie stars of the Golden Era of Hollywood and other celebrities who were regular guests of the elegant hotel in its earlier glory years. Location: 202 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, Arizona Some historical background about the historic hotel; text selections from the Hotel San Carlos website: The Hotel San Carlos was established in 1928, and is a proud member of The Historic Hotels of America and The National Trust for Historic Preservation. 1927: The Hotel San Carlos finally became the hotel project the growing city yearned for when Charles Harris, financed by Dwight B. Heard, purchased the hotel site and began construction. The design was done by nationally known architects, G. Witecross Ritchie of Los Angeles, in the Italian renaissance style. 1928: The formal Grand opening March 20th, 1928 was boldly announced in the Arizona Gazette (now the Arizona Republic). Mr. Dwight Heard, a prominent figure in Phoenix real estate and development, and his partner, Charles Harris, were very proud of their state-of-the-art hotel. It was the most modern hotel in the entire Southwest United States, the first air conditioned, high-rise hotel in Phoenix, and the first high-rise hotel with elevators (hand operated) in the state. It had Italian tapestries, a card room, dancing, and an outdoor sun room. At a time when the latest automobile, the model "A" Ford, cost only 0, the Hotel San Carlos was build at a cost of nearly 0,000! [...] 1928-1960: During this time, the hotel continued to be a hub for the Phoenix elite, political and social, as well as a Mecca for Hollywood stars. Mae West stayed here in 1929 while performing at the Orpheum Theatre, 203 W. Adams, in "I'm No Angel". It was reported she left orders with the front desk to "not be awaked until 3:00 pm with a bottle of champagne and two glasses." The Phoenix Press Club was founded here. Clark Gable and Carole Lombard spent much of their romantic time here in Arizona at the San Carlos. Gable often referred to Lombard as the "love of his life." Marilyn Monroe was a guest during her filming of Bus Stop. She wanted a room close to our pool on the third floor, so that she could slip out to the deck and sunbath with the least amount of attention. Other stars such as Spencer Tracy, Jean Harlow, Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Gary Cooper, Humphrey Bogart, Gene Autry, and big band artists Kay Starr, Woody Herman and Harry James all spent time here over the years. Governors, senators, and countless other notables, also enjoyed the services of the San Carlos over the years.

Nice Celebrity Legs photos

Nice Celebrity Legs photos

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Maria Sharapova @ Roland Garros celebrity legs
Image by johanlb Maria Yuryevna Sharapova is an aggressive baseliner, with power, depth, and angles on her forehand and backhand. Despite her powerful game, Sharapova's greatest asset is considered to be her mental toughness and competitive spirit. 05/2011. Photo by © Johan Le Bail. view large on black | visit my website | 500px | follow me on twitter | see me on facebook

Luiza Brunet: Reina Imperatriz 2008 celebrity legs
Image by sfmission.com Luiza Brunet was the Queen of the drums for Portela up until 1993. She is well remembered for her distinguished career as the godmother, since 1994, for Imperatriz Leopoldinense, which was fortunate to participate in five Special Samba School titles: 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000 and 2001. She did not participate in the Sambodromo Carnaval from 2005-2007  but returned to again be Queen of the drums for Imperatriz Leopoldinense in this carnival of 2008. Born to humble beginnings amidst the grand natural surrounding of the Pantanal, on May 24, 1962. One of 6 children born to Luiz da Silva, a farmer from the  northeastern state of Ceará, and Alzira Botelho da Silva, a homemaker from Rio de Janeiro When she was 8 years old, she moved with her family to Rio, where she lived in the suburb of Inhaúma. She had trouble adjusting to city life and had to leave school early at 12 to help the family get by. Her beauty attracted unwelcome attention among employers and she married her first husband at 16, Gumercindo Brunet. The marriage became difficult as Luiza's career took off and ended after 7 years. Luiza Brunet became famous in the early 80s, as a model. She  posed naked for several exclusive male magazines including He and She and Playboy ( May of 1983, December 1984 and May 1986 ). But in 1984, Luiza met Argentinean antique dealer Armando Fernandez, with whom she is still married. On June 6, 1988, she had her first daughter, Yasmin. . She has been married since 1985 to the older Fernandez however as of this appearance the couple is separated.  They have two children, Yasmin and Anthony in 1997. Luiza Brunet has been a spokesperson for campaigns promoting the prevention of breast cancer and breastfeeding and is considered a successful businesswoman as well as a great beauty. "Why in the TOP 20 Brazilian Brunettes List? Luiza Brunet has fascinating eyes, long proportional legs and a seductive personality. Her enticing dark hair looks the same since her teen years. If this ranking was made a few years ago, Luiza Brunet would be definitely in our top position. ---Andre Skowronski writing about www.belavista-rio.com/blog/category/top-brazilian-muses/b... Luiza's  favorite place in Brazil is the famous resort Búzios, popular with many other celebrities as well. Her oldest daughter, Yasmin Brunet, is also a successful model. The actual title is "madrina de batería" or godmother of the drum orchestra but Queen of the Drums has become the more popular title in English. More at More at Carnaval Queens & Muses

Nice Celebs photos

Nice Celebs photos

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The Gifted Queen Sabine Mondestin Show Her Curves celebs
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Barefoot in the rain celebs
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The Black Madona Queen Sabine celebs
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Megan Gale

Megan Gale

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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer Christian Dior couture opens Sydney CBD store... Australia is now home to yet another exclusive luxury brand. Christian Dior couture chief executive Sidney Toledano is delighted to have cracked the competitive Sydney market. Today marks the opening its first flagship boutique in Australia in Sydney. The multi-level store is designed to replicate Dior’s renowned boutique on Paris’s Avenue Montaigne. The boutique is located in the former Louis Vuitton store on the corner of King and Castlereagh streets. In recent months, Chanel, Canali, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Miu Miu, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci and Bottega Veneta have either set up for the first time in Australia, opened in more locations, or revamped existing stores. The brand's CEO Mr Toledano appeared unfazed by recent reports of China’s economic slowdown. “The world has changed over the last three or four years and the centre of gravity of the global economy is moving towards Asia . . . We are developing our business in this part of the world,” he said. In December, Dior reported that sales for the half year to October 31 were up 18 per cent at £632 million (4 million) and said margins had improved. The luxury French label’s history in Australia goes back to 1947, when David Jones reproduced four garments designed by Christian Dior as part of its “Paris fashion for all” line. Since 1999, Dior has opened small boutiques in DFS Galleria in The Rocks as well as David Jones in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The bottom level of the store stocks Dior’s complete range of bags and accessories while the first floor houses ready-to-wear clothing by creative director Raf Simons, as well as an array of shoes, jewellery and watches. There is a salon on the third floor, accessible only by lift, for VIPS looking for a more exclusive shopping experience. Men have access to a dedicated Dior Homme boutique, which has a dedicated entry off King Street. Suits, sportswear, denim, leather goods, accessories and footwear are spread across two levels. “There is a big demand in the world for very high quality, innovative product and brands with real history. The new generation, and in this part of the world I notice even more, they want to know what the history of the company is,” Mr Toledano said. “They go to the store and want to see it, feel it, understand it ... We want every member of our staff to know all the information so the customer understands what we do. This is our global, long-term strategy.” Advertised celebrity list included: ISABEL LUCAS, TINA ARENA, MEGAN GALE, COLLETTE DINNIGAN, GEOFF AND SARA HEUGILL, ZACH & JORDAN STENMARK, MATTHEW MITCHAM AND DIOR’S NEW “FACE”, AUSTRALIAN MODEL NICOLE POLLARD, WHO IS BEING FLOWN IN FROM PARIS TO ATTEND THE EVENT. Websites Christian Dior www.dior.com Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com

Kane Concert @ the Key Club christian celebrities
Image by RavenU July 30, 2005 in LA. Part of the weekend at the Angel Booster Bash (www.boosterevents.com) was a sold out concert kick-ass preformance by Christian Kane's band Kane (www.kanemusic.com).

Nice Celebrity Fashion Games photos

Nice Celebrity Fashion Games photos

A few nice celebrity fashion games images I found:

Alex Dimitriades celebrity fashion games
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer The Star Turns In On; Tonight in Sin City Sydney, Australia Echo Entertainment is apparently more about entertainment than gambling these days, casino tie in or not, and tonight its party time at The Star. This is most assuredly worth taking a gamble on. There's a strong chance that by the time you stop parting you would have had an absolute blast. They have hosted countless international acts and acted as home to the Hollywood and Las Vegas stars where they come down under to Sin City Sydney. They continue to push the celebrity card, and then there's the nightclubs, bars and The Darling - the 5 star hotel. If you want to find Wheel of Fortune, Cleopatra or other slot and table games, you won't have any trouble with that either. It's all there for the taking. Work hard and play and party harder. Promo... On Friday, 11 May The Star is lighting up with a night of festivities and events across the complex from 6pm til late. Best of all the events are open to everyone, so come on down and kick your weekend off in style! ROCK LILY British India Live As part of "The Star Turns It ​On" event on Friday, Melbourne indie band British India will be playing a free headlining set at The Star's home of live music, Rock Lily, from 10pm. THE DARLING Party in The Darling ​A killer DJ line-up featuring Zoe Badwi and Alex Dimitriades from 7pm, complimentary drinks, delicious canapés and giveaways. First in, best dressed! RETAIL COLLECTION Fashion Event ​A special fashion night will commence in our retail collection from 6pm, with in-store offers, models parading the various designer wares available, complimentary hand massages by The Spa at The Darling therapists, plus glasses of bubbles and beer. 24/7 SPORTS BAR Sports Stars at 24/7 Sports Bar Sports celebrities will be on-hand for photos and autographs at 24/7 Sports Bar from 6pm, including NRL greats Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and NSW Origin captain Paul Gallen and current South Sydney Rabbitohs. Plus all the Friday night football action on the mega screen. CHERRY After Party in Cherry A​fter exploring The Star, join us for an after party at our cocktail bar, Cherry. Celebrity Apprentice star and glamour sportswoman, Lauryn Eagle, will be hostess for the evening, plus tunes by DJ Jam Xpress. Champagne and cocktail specials will be available. Who's coming tonight... Lauryn Eagle, Alex Dimitriades, Zoe Badwi, British India, Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and Paul Gallen. Wrap Up... The Star's tag line is 'There will be stories', and its a sure bet Star will live up to that tonight. Something tells us the stories won't be out until later over the weekend when everyone starts recovering from a Star hangover... a positive one of course. Websites The Star www.star.com.au Echo Entertainment www.echoentertainment.com.au Cherry www.star.com.au/sydney-nightlife/Pages/cherry.aspx 24/7 Sports Bar www.star.com.au/sydney-nightlife/Pages/24-7-sports-bar.aspx Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com

Alex Dimitriades celebrity fashion games
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer The Star Turns In On; Tonight in Sin City Sydney, Australia Echo Entertainment is apparently more about entertainment than gambling these days, casino tie in or not, and tonight its party time at The Star. This is most assuredly worth taking a gamble on. There's a strong chance that by the time you stop parting you would have had an absolute blast. They have hosted countless international acts and acted as home to the Hollywood and Las Vegas stars where they come down under to Sin City Sydney. They continue to push the celebrity card, and then there's the nightclubs, bars and The Darling - the 5 star hotel. If you want to find Wheel of Fortune, Cleopatra or other slot and table games, you won't have any trouble with that either. It's all there for the taking. Work hard and play and party harder. Promo... On Friday, 11 May The Star is lighting up with a night of festivities and events across the complex from 6pm til late. Best of all the events are open to everyone, so come on down and kick your weekend off in style! ROCK LILY British India Live As part of "The Star Turns It ​On" event on Friday, Melbourne indie band British India will be playing a free headlining set at The Star's home of live music, Rock Lily, from 10pm. THE DARLING Party in The Darling ​A killer DJ line-up featuring Zoe Badwi and Alex Dimitriades from 7pm, complimentary drinks, delicious canapés and giveaways. First in, best dressed! RETAIL COLLECTION Fashion Event ​A special fashion night will commence in our retail collection from 6pm, with in-store offers, models parading the various designer wares available, complimentary hand massages by The Spa at The Darling therapists, plus glasses of bubbles and beer. 24/7 SPORTS BAR Sports Stars at 24/7 Sports Bar Sports celebrities will be on-hand for photos and autographs at 24/7 Sports Bar from 6pm, including NRL greats Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and NSW Origin captain Paul Gallen and current South Sydney Rabbitohs. Plus all the Friday night football action on the mega screen. CHERRY After Party in Cherry A​fter exploring The Star, join us for an after party at our cocktail bar, Cherry. Celebrity Apprentice star and glamour sportswoman, Lauryn Eagle, will be hostess for the evening, plus tunes by DJ Jam Xpress. Champagne and cocktail specials will be available. Who's coming tonight... Lauryn Eagle, Alex Dimitriades, Zoe Badwi, British India, Wendell Sailor, Benji Marshall and Paul Gallen. Wrap Up... The Star's tag line is 'There will be stories', and its a sure bet Star will live up to that tonight. Something tells us the stories won't be out until later over the weekend when everyone starts recovering from a Star hangover... a positive one of course. Websites The Star www.star.com.au Echo Entertainment www.echoentertainment.com.au Cherry www.star.com.au/sydney-nightlife/Pages/cherry.aspx 24/7 Sports Bar www.star.com.au/sydney-nightlife/Pages/24-7-sports-bar.aspx Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com

Renae Ayris - Miss Universe Sydney Australia celebrity fashion games
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer The Star Casino hosts Renae Ayris - Miss Universe Sydney, Australia Echo Entertainment is apparently more about entertainment than gambling these days, casino tie in or not, and tonight its party time at The Star. This is most assuredly worth taking a gamble on. There's a strong chance that by the time you stop parting you would have had an absolute blast. They have hosted countless international acts and acted as home to the Hollywood and Las Vegas stars where they come down under to Sin City Sydney. Seems a nature that the new Miss Universe Australia, Renae Ayris, and friends should be in the celebrity mix to show their faces on a Friday night at The Star. They continue to push the celebrity card, and then there's the nightclubs, bars, slots, games and The Darling - the 5 star hotel. It's all there for the taking. Work hard and play and party harder. Promo... News on Miss Universe Australia... Danver and photography lover from Perth has been crowned Miss Universe Australia. Renae Ayris has been voted the nation's most beautiful woman and presented with a ,000 Temelli Jewellery crown at a black tie event in Melbourne (9th June 2012). She narrowly edged out Melbourne woman Mary Vitinaros, who was named runner-up. The night saw some of Australia's most beautiful women take to the stage in swimwear and evening gowns before judges declared a winner. Melbourne's hopes of a local winner were buoyed when two of the final five included Melbourne woman Mary Vitinaros and Victorian Julia Perrott-Clarke. Ms Perrott-Clarke won the crowd over after facing a controversial question from former news presenter Naomi Robson about her views on gay marriage. "I believe that everyone should have equal rights whether it be marriage or any other factor," she responded. "Everyone has their own opinion and if it doesn't infringe on anyone else's rights then I think it's a great thing." Shouting her final reply she ended by saying. "If they are in love, then they should celebrate that love and if that means marriage, then they should get married because it's amazing." The response saw her named 4th runner-up. Strutting their stuff in evening gowns in front of a crowd in the hundreds in the Melbourne Sofitel's Grand Ballroom the finalists wowed the room. The panel responsible for naming the winner included actress and model Annalise Braakensiek, actor Vince Collosimo and fashion designer Wayne Cooper. The West Australian girl will now represent Australia at the international Miss Universe competition. Thirty-three national finalists battled it out for the title, with the winner to go on to compete in the international Miss Universe pageant in December. More news... Everything is a blur - Miss Universe... When Miss Universe Australia 2012 Renae Ayris received her tiara at Melbourne's Sofitel on Friday night she had the added thrill of accepting the title from her friend - 2011 Miss Universe Australia Scherri-Lee Biggs. Ms Ayris said it was watching Scherri's experience as Australia's Miss Universe that inspired her to enter the pageant this year. "I've always watched but last year I followed it really closely because Scherri was in it, she's actually a friend of mine," Ms Ayris said. "I was so excited for her to hand me over the crown." Dressed in a navy and silver cocktail dress by Perth designer Ruth Tarvydas, the 21-year-old blonde looked bright and fresh on Saturday despite having not slept a wink the night before. The life-altering announcement still hadn't sunk in when she fronted the media for her first official press call as Miss Universe Australia. "I'm so overwhelmed still, everything is just a blur from last night," Ms Ayris gushed. "I'm going to wake up one morning and say,"Wow I'm Miss Universe Australia'." The Miss Universe competition was the model's first time in a beauty pageant, but she has taken a shot at fame before. She is an avid dancer who auditioned for a role in Baz Luhrmann's Academy Award-winning film Moulin Rouge!. "I got down to the very last cut but I was too young," she said. Being crowned Miss Universe Australia will open up other avenues to Ms Ayris. As part of her duties she will be acting as the charity ambassador for Operation Smile, a children's medical charity dedicated to improving the lives of children in developing countries born with facial deformities. Another official responsibility will be to represent Australia in the international Miss Universe pageant in December. "I'll try my best to do Australia proud," Ms Ayris said. There have been two Miss Universe title-holders from Australia, with Kerry-Ann Wells claiming the title in 1972 and Jennifer Hawkins in 2004. Wrap Up... The Star's tag line is 'There will be stories', and its a sure bet Star will keep living up to that if tonight was any indication. A casino matched with Miss Universe Australia, a media pack with snappers all trying to get the models attention, so you can just imagine. Websites The Star www.star.com.au Echo Entertainment www.echoentertainment.com.au Miss Universe Australia www.missuniverseaustralia.com.au Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Cool Celebrity Deaths Today images

Cool Celebrity Deaths Today images

A few nice celebrity deaths today images I found:

TV Shows We Used To Watch - Whicker's World 1958-94 celebrity deaths today
Image by brizzle born and bred Journalist Alan Whicker reported on interesting social stories from across the globe. Whicker was born to British parents in Cairo, Egypt, in 1921. Alan Whicker remains the gold standard by which all other television journalists are judged - and found wanting. There is nobody today who comes close to the confident professionalism exuded by Alan Whicker in 'Whicker's World'. Although the subject matters may be outdated, seeing these shows is a lesson in how TV presentation should be done, and reminds us how the TV of today has been dumbed down and spoiled by young manic presenters who don't have an ounce of talent compared to the great Mr Whicker. www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uEB-Vs8m-8 Alan Donald Whicker CBE (2 August 1921 â€" 12 July 2013) was a British journalist and television presenter and broadcaster. His career spanned almost 60 years, during which time he presented the documentary television programme Whicker's World for over 30 years. He was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2005 for services to broadcasting. Whicker's World is a British television documentary series that ran from 1958 to 1994, presented by journalist and broadcaster Alan Whicker. www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwX4y14y1eA Originally a segment on the BBC's Tonight programme in 1958, Whicker's World became a fully-fledged television series in its own right in the 1960s. The series was first shown by the BBC until 1968, and then by ITV from 1969 to 1983, when it was produced by Yorkshire Television, in which Whicker himself was a shareholder. The series returned to the BBC in 1984, and to ITV again in 1992. www.youtube.com/watch?v=__y3i2v2G4g Blessed with one of the greatest TV themes of all time: West End by Laurie Johnston. Whicker said that one of his scariest visits was to the psychopathic dictator of Haiti Papa Doc Duvalier, the possible inspiration for Baron Samedi out of Live and Let Die. Whicker reported stories of social interest from around the world. His interviewees included locals, politicians, celebrities, and even convicted criminals as he reported on stories as far ranging as military dictatorships, British expatriates, the feminist movement of the 1970s, the Tanka people (Boat People) of Hong Kong, the American Gay Rights movement in the 1970s, the opening of Disneyworld in Florida, and the growing plastic surgery industry of California. Among his most famous interviewees were actors Peter Sellers, Joan Collins, Britt Ekland, and Christopher Lee, Haitian dictator François "Papa Doc" Duvalier, Paraguay dictator Don Alfredo Stroessner, novelist Harold Robbins, Lula Parker Betenson (the 94-year-old sister of the outlaw Butch Cassidy), the Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah (reputedly the richest man in the world at the time of filming), opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, several Maharajas of India, and various members of the British aristocracy. www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnm0GWv1mVk&list=PLnhcQpwpqYu... Although episodes were self-contained, Whicker would often film a series of episodes devoted to one particular location, including four whole series devoted to the United States and three about Australia. Multi-episode series about the South Pacific, India, Hong Kong, Spain, and a voyage on the QE2 were also made. These were usually given series titles such as Whicker's New World (1969), Whicker's Walkabout: Seven Scenes Down Under (1970), Whicker Way Out West (1973), Whicker's South Seas (1973), Whicker's World Down Under (1976), Whicker's World: A Fast Boat to China (1984), Whicker's World: Living With Uncle Sam (1985), Whicker's World: Living with Waltzing Maltilda (1988), and Whicker's World: A Taste of Spain (1992). In 1998, Whicker made a six-part radio series, Around Whicker's World, for BBC Radio 2. In 2009, he returned to television with Alan Whicker's Journey Of A Lifetime, a four-part series for the BBC in which he revisited some of the locations and people shown in Whicker's World decades earlier to see how their lives had progressed since his original interviews with them. www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0UgMPzf6xs&index=30&list... In the late 1960s, the series was spoofed by the British comedian Benny Hill who did a sketch on his show called "Knickers World". It was parodied again in 1972 by Monty Python's Flying Circus, who did a sketch set on a tropical island called "Whicker Island" where all of the inhabitants were Alan Whicker clones. In the 1980s, Whicker appeared in several television commercials for Barclaycard that were based on Whicker's World and featured Whicker in various foreign locations. In 1981, Whicker's World was spoofed by The Evasions, a British funk group whose song, "Wikka Wrap" featured songwriter Graham de Wilde impersonating Whicker. Graham de Wilde also composed the theme tune for the 1980s BBC episodes of Whicker's World. Whicker died on 12 July 2013 from bronchial pneumonia at his home in Jersey, in the Channel Islands, aged 91. 2014 Whicker's World: 'Island paradise' of renowned former broadcaster and journalist Alan Whicker goes on the market for £5million in Jersey. Veteran broadcaster and TV presenter's Channel Islands home has been put on sale for £4.95million. Mont d'Olivet has four bedrooms, a heated outdoor swimming pool and sweeping views across the channel. The 1950s property was described by Whicker as his 'island paradise' before his death last year aged 91. Whicker lived in the property for more than 40 years while filming travel documentary series Whicker's World.

Madame Tussauds 03-03-2004 celebrity deaths today
Image by Karen Roe Millions and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for this enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity. Today’s visitors are sent on a unique, emotionally-charged journey through the realms of the powerful and famous. The museum-style ropes and poles have gone so guests can truly get up, close and personal with A-list celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweights and historical icons, reliving the times, events and moments that made the world talk about them... The attraction’s history is a rich and fascinating one, with roots dating back to the Paris of 1770. It was here that Madame Tussaud learnt to model wax likenesses under the tutelage of her mentor, Dr Philippe Curtius. At the age of 17, she became art tutor to King Louis XVI’s sister at the Palace Of Versailles and then, during the French Revolution, was hastily forced to prove her allegiance to the feudalistic nobles by making the death masks of executed aristocrats. Madame Tussaud came to Britain in the early 19th century alongside a travelling exhibition of revolutionary relics and effigies of public heroes and rogues.

Luv-A-Fair: Bowie-Glamball at Celebrities Nightclub

Luv-A-Fair: Bowie-Glamball at Celebrities Nightclub

A few nice celebrity photo images I found:

Luv-A-Fair: Bowie-Glamball at Celebrities Nightclub celebrity photo
Image by Urban Mixer Anelore - Luvafair's ultimage homage to Bowie-New Wave-Glam-PostPunk - read more at www.urbanmixer.com

Celebrity Blow Your Tits Off 1 celebrity photo
Image by Ziki Questi At Celebrity Blow Your Tits Off, a build by Maya Paris, taken 22 July 2012. Recommended: See on black or see original size. Read more about Celebrity Blow Your Tits Off on my blog. Visit Celebrity Blow Your Tits Off.

Nice Celebrity Picture photos

Nice Celebrity Picture photos

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Out of focus @ [BAD TASTE] Masque celebrity picture
Image by *Zephyrance - don't wake me up. Rolleiflex 2.8F + Kodak portra 800, @shanghai. Yulizi @ the [BAD TASTE CELEBRITY] masquerade party.

Sparks @ [BAD TASTE] Masque celebrity picture
Image by *Zephyrance - don't wake me up. Rolleiflex 2.8F + Kodak portra 800, @shanghai. Yulizi @ the [BAD TASTE CELEBRITY] masquerade party.

Celebrity Infinity. Food. Souffle celebrity picture
Image by Tom Mascardo A generously-sized chocolate souffle with some sort of coffee-based sauce. Yum...

DSC00678, Interior of Celebrity Cruise Ship Century

DSC00678, Interior of Celebrity Cruise Ship Century

A few nice celebrity photo images I found:

DSC00678, Interior of Celebrity Cruise Ship Century celebrity photo
Image by jimg944 The Celebrity Cruises Motor Vessel Century viewed from the dock. 70,606 tonnage, 815 feet long, 105 foot beam width, 22 knot top speed, 14 decks, 1750 guests and 868 crew. See set comments for Welcome to the Dawn of a New Century .

Celebrity Solstice. Lifeboat. celebrity photo
Image by Tom Mascardo 1 On the promenade deck, a shot of this bright orange lifeboat/patrol boat. Celebrity Solstice is the first of five in the Solstice Class of vessels deployed by Celebrity Cruises on behalf of Royal Caribbean International. Other vessels in the Solstice class include the Celebrity Equinox and the Celebrity Eclipse.

Celebrity Century celebrity photo
Image by Tom Mascardo 3 Anchored off the shore of Icy Strait Point / Hoonah, Alaska

Nice Top Celebrity News photos

Nice Top Celebrity News photos

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The Punisher Human Statue Bodyart Bodypainting top celebrity news
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer Human Statue Bodyart does bodypainting, bodyart and costume designs for fanboys at Supanova pop culture expo, Sydney, Australia 2013; The Punisher (Marvel Comics) superhero spotted at Sydney Supanova... Superhero fans out there... today Sydney, Australia got its first dose of Supanova - Superhero and pop culture mania again for 2013. Superheroes remained a popular theme at the famous expo that tours most capital cities of Australia, including Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and the Gold Coast. Fanboys and fangirls have been dressing up as their favourite characters for as long as we can remember, and this year the competition continued to heat up, as creative arts and bodypainting / bodyart agency, Human Statue Bodyart created some superhero creative works for Supanova, with photographic evidence surfacing that demonstrates the agency created at least one 'The Punisher' (of the the darker superhero characters from Marvel Comics aka Marvel Entertainment). Marvel Comics / Marvel Entertainment superheroes appear to be a bit more popular than the DC Comics / Warner Bros. characters this year. Neither Marvel or DC / Warner Bros. are official sponsors or advertisers at the popular pop culture expo, but that doesn't seem to have effected the exposure they receive. Speaking of exposure, it was great to see the guys and girls from AWF (Australasian Wrestling Federation at Supanova again this year. These guys sure know their pro wrestling and they appeared to attract a crowd of between 400-500. AWF promoter, Greg "TNT" Bownds is doing a top job, and has been in the business for over 14 years now, which is like a lifetime in pro wrestling circles. Take time to dress your best, as we understand lots of news media will be attending with photographers and video cameras, so if you look great there's a decent chance you will make the news in some fashion! If you didn't make it today - a wet Saturday by anyones standards, don't worry - you can still attend tomorrow. Supanova Press Release... Announcing our June Supa-Stars! Not content with delivering our biggest-ever guest line-up to Melbourne and the Gold Coast, we've announced our initial Sydney and Perth cast, too! This is our first round of guests announced for the Sydney and Perth expos with many more to come! Margot Kidder: Lois Lane in Superman I-IV Alan Tudyk: Wash in Firefly and Serenity Oliver and James Phelps: Fred and George Weasley in the Harry Potter series Clare Kramer: Glory in Buffy The Vampire Slayer Eve Myles: Gwen in Torchwood Kai Owen: Rhys In Torchwood Eoin Macken: Sir Gwaine in Merlin Greg Cipes: Ben 10: Ultimate Alien's Kevin Levin Cristina Vee: Homura in Madoka Magika Christine Cabanos: Madoka in Madoka Magika Rayond E. Feist: author of The Magician Jana Oliver: Author of the Demon Trappers series Juliet Marillier: The Seven Waters Trilogy George Perez: Crisis on Infinite Earths, The Avengers, The New Teen Titans and many more Mark Brooks: Amazing Spider-Man, Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate X-Men Alex Saviuk: Amazing Spider-Man comic strip, The Phantom, Green Lantern Tristan Jones: Writer/artist of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters Billy Tan: Uncanny X-Men, New Avengers, Shadowland (Sydney exclusive) Nicola Scott: Earth 2, Birds of Prey, Secret Six, Wonder Woman (Sydney exclusive) David Yardin: X-Factor, Uncanny X-Men, Storm (Sydney exclusive) Official Supanova information... Supanova Pop Culture Expo 2013 Venue: Sydney Showground, 1 Showground Road , Sydney Olympic Park Date: Friday, June 21, 2013 to Sunday, June 23, 2013 Website: www.supanova.com.au The Supanova Pop Culture Expo will offer guests the chance to participate in celebrity Q&A's, autograph and photograph sessions, exclusive film screenings, interactive competitions, cosplay tournaments and showcases of all things collectable. Guests participating in this year's Supanova include: * Carrie Fisher (Star Wars); * David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider, Baywatch); * Margot Kidder (Superman I-IV, Amityville Horror); * Karl Urban (Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Riddick); * James and Oliver Phelps (Harry Potter); * Alan Tudyk (Firefly, Serenity, Dollhouse); * Aidan Turner (The Hobbit, Being Human); * Clare Kramer (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bring it On); * Kai Owen (Torchwood); * Adam Brown (The Hobbit, Plested and Brown); and more. Also featuring at this year's festival will be The Australian Timezone Supanova Pinball Championship. The light-hearted nature of the competition facilitates a new dimension of social interaction and the physicality of the game is what sets pinball apart. The championship has three stages including local tournaments, state finals and the national grand final, set to be held at the Brisbane Supanova from November 8 to 10. The winner will receive The Avengers Pro pinball machine. The Supanova Pop Culture Expo will be held at the Melbourne Showgrounds from Friday, April 12 to Sunday, April 14; the Gold Coast Exhibition and Convention Centre from Friday, April 19 to Sunday, April 21; the Sydney Showground from Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23; Claremont Showgrounds in Perth from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30; RNA Showgrounds in Brisbane from Friday, November 8 to Sunday, November 10; and Adelaide Showground from Friday, November 15 to Sunday, November 17. Sponsor: Madman Entertainment 03 9261 9200 (Building 1, Level 1, 21-31 Goodwood Street, Richmond, VIC, 3121) ID:3125 Who's coming: Carrie Fisher, David Hasselhoff, Margot Kidder, Karl Urban and more Websites Supanova Pop Culture Expo www.supanova.com.au Human Statue Bodyart www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au Human Entertainment www.humanentertainment.com.au Madman Entertainment www.madman.com.au Sydney Showground www.sydneyshowground.com.au Media Man Int www.mediamanint.com

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Image by The Bees Knees Daily It's wild to see George Burns so young...I only remember him being old! "George Burns (January 20, 1896 â€" March 9, 1996), born Nathan Birnbaum, was an American comedian, actor, and writer. He was one of the few entertainers whose career successfully spanned vaudeville, film, radio, and television. His arched eyebrow and cigar smoke punctuation became familiar trademarks for over three quarters of a century. At the age of 79, Burns' career was resurrected as an amiable, beloved and unusually active old comedian in the 1975 film The Sunshine Boys, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He continued to work until shortly before his death, in 1996, at the age of 100." Credit Wikipedia Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie "Gracie" Allen (July 26, 1895[1][2] â€" August 27, 1964), was an American comedienne who became internationally famous as the zany partner and comic foil of husband George Burns. She made her first appearance on stage at age three and was given her first chance On Air by Eddie Cantor. She was educated at the Star of the Sea Convent School and during that time became a talented dancer. She soon began performing Irish folk dances with her three sisters, who were billed as "The Four Colleens." In 1909 Allen joined her sister, Bessie, as a vaudeville performer. At a performance in 1922 Allen met George Burns and the two formed a comedy act. The two were married on January 7, 1926, in Cleveland, Ohio. In the early 1930s, like many stars of their era, Burns and Allen graduated to radio. The show was originally a continuation of their original "flirtation act" (as their vaudeville and short film routines had been). Burns realized that they were simply too old for that material ("Our jokes were too young for us", he later remarked) and changed the show's format in the fall of 1941 into the situation comedy vehicle for which they are best remembered: a working show business married couple negotiating ordinary problems caused by Gracie's "illogical logic," usually with the help of neighbors Harry and Blanche Morton, and their announcer, Bill Goodwin (later replaced by Harry von Zell during the run of their television series). Around 1948 Burns and Allen became part of the CBS talent raid. Their good friend (and frequent guest star) Jack Benny had decided to jump from NBC over to CBS. William S. Paley, the mastermind of CBS, had recently made it openly clear that he believed talent and not the network made the difference, which was not the case at NBC. Benny convinced Burns and Allen (among others) to join him in the move to CBS. The Burns and Allen radio show became part of the CBS lineup and a year later they also brought their show to television. They continued to use the formula which had kept them longtime radio stars, playing themselves only now as television stars, still living next door to Harry and Blanche Morton. They concluded each show with a brief dialogue performance in the style of their classic vaudeville and earlier radio routines. Allen retired in 1958, and Burns tried to soldier on without her. The show was renamed The George Burns Show with the cast intact except for Allen. The locale of the show was changed from the Burns home to George Burns' office, with Blanche Morton working as Burns' secretary so she could help Allen keep an eye on him. Allen's absence was only too obvious and impossible to overcome. The renamed show barely lasted a year." Credit: Wikipedia

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