The good news is we no longer have to hear about how Kim Kardashian is trying to get pregnant again, the bad news for us is that she is pregnant again. That means we are going to hear everything and anything about her second pregnancy.
How far along is she? Far enough along that it could be included in the promo for the second half of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians that aired tonight on E! after the season finale.
Forget watching Fifty Shades of Grey, Carmen Electra showed us that movie is PG as compared to how she does it. The actress spent her Saturday night wearing an outfit that was made of black rope and tied up cow hitched. If that isn’t sexy, I don’t know what is.
Shelby Mitchusson translated Eminem’s song into sign language, and she captured the emotion of the song with her body like he did his voice. In ways, she might have made the song even more powerful. Don’t you think?
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe is going to be told tonight and tomorrow at 8p on Lifetime and you don’t want to miss this bioflick!
Tonight’s episode starts off with her visiting a doctor and telling him all about her life. Marilyn Monroe (Kelli Garner) starts from the beginning of her life when she used to go by Norma Jean. You see a young girl taken away from her mother (Susan Sarandon) who is mentally ill. The dreamer goes from foster home to foster home, until one day she is married off to save her from the system. As soon as she can, she tries to get into the movie business. The rest of tonight shows you how hard she had to work to become the actress we know her as today.
Tomorrow, we learn about her love life with Joe DiMaggio (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Arthur Miller (Stephen Bogaert) and the Kennedys. While looking at the men that were in love with her, you start to see her slipping away and becoming dependent on drugs an alcohol. Those substances lead to her early demise at the early age of 36.
Marilyn’s story has been told time and time again, but this one is different than the rest. I feel like in this one you get to know her the best. I think because it focused so much on the first part of her life as compared to just focusing as her life as a star. The other thing that makes this movie so lovable is that is exactly how Kelli Garner plays her. Monroe was loved and I think Garner captured that essence of her the most out of all of the other actresses who have played her in the past.
Lifetime has been plagued with some really hideous biopics in recent years, and The Secret Life of Marilyn looks to be turning things around for the network.