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RIP Kelly Preston
July 13th, 2020 under John Travolta, Obits. [ Comments: none ]








Kelly Preston has lost her two-year battle with breast cancer at the age of 57, according to her loving husband John Travolta.

It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my beautiful wife Kelly has lost her two-year battle with breast cancer. She fought a courageous fight with the love and support of so many. My family and I will forever be grateful to her doctors and nurses at MD Anderson Cancer Center, all the medical centers that have helped, as well as her many friends and loved ones who have been by her side. Kelly’s love and life will always be remembered. I will be taking some time to be there for my children who have lost their mother, so forgive me in advance if you don’t hear from us for a while. But please know that I will feel your outpouring of love in the weeks and months ahead as we heal.
All my love,
JT

Kelly Preston began her acting career in 1980, but her biggest role came at the end of the decade. That is when she met her husband John Travolta on the set of the 1989 movie The Experts.

By then, she was an expert in acting thanks to roles in Secret Admirer and Twins. As the century was rounding out, she was seen in movies like Jerry Maguire, Holy Man, and Jack Frost. In this century, we watched her in Sky High, The Last Song, Casino Jack, and her final project Gotti with her husband.

Which brings me to her greatest role, and that was mother to their three children Jett, Ella Blue, and Benjamin. Jett passed away in 2009 from a seizure. Their late son also suffered from autism, and she blamed chemicals for causing it. When he was child, she switched away from harmful chemicals, and talked about that in several interviews.

Before she settled down with Travolta, she was married to Kevin Gage, dated George Clooney, and she was briefly engaged to Charlie Sheen. However, it was her last her love that was her greatest love.

Today, let’s honor her spirit that was as beautiful as her by watching one of her many movies and television appearances.

To read what Ella Blue wrote about her mom, then click here!

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BTWF: John Travolta for the Army
January 20th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, John Travolta. [ Comments: none ]


Before John Travolta was an Air Force Major in Broken Arrow, he was an Army recruit. Even when he was 19 back in 1973, he knew how to use his charm on the ladies.

xoxo Eric Alper

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Imagine the movie these four could make!
August 30th, 2019 under Jeff Goldblum, John Travolta, Saved by the Bell/City Guys, The Two Coreys. [ Comments: none ]


Over the weekend, several celebrities from all walks of Hollywood attended Fan Expo Canada. Like their fans fangirl over them, they fangirl over each other and pose together in photos.

Corey Feldman (Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys) did just that with Elizabeth Berkley (Showgirls), John Travolta (Battlefield Earth) and Jeff Goldblum (Transylvania 6-5000).

Seeing these four grouped together, I wonder what type of movie they could make. I could totally see Jeff Goldblum and John Travolta have a contest to see who is the suavest one of them all. Feldman is the son of one of them. While Berkley divorced one of them and is about to marry the other one. This causes even more tension between the men. Therefore, they are both plotting to destroy the other one. Only to find out in the end that they really like each other. They become BFFs, and Berkley winds up with Feldman. Would you go to see that film?

I would see anything these four did together for one project. I love mismatched casts, they create the most fun movies because of their odd chemistry.

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A ’70s girl’s wet dream: Henry Winkler and John Travolta!
August 26th, 2019 under Henry Winkler, John Travolta, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’70s, women were in love with The Fonz and Vinnie Barbino. Even though both of them shared many magazine covers, we never saw them in the same photo.

That is until now. The two men met over the weekend, and we got this smile-inducing photo as a present. It might be over 40 since we fell in love with Henry Winkler on Happy Days and John Travolta on Welcome Back, Kotter, however, we still adore them as much now as we did then. They both get better with age. And I still would not tell them to “Sit on it” or say to them “Up your nose with a rubber hose.” Yet, I would love to scream “Ayyyy” with them. If you know what I mean.

Seriously, doesn’t this picture bring you so much joy? It made my day!

They should do a project together. Maybe they both can compete to be Danny Zuko in a sequel to Grease. Since Winkler turned it down and Travolta, as we know, got the role. I wonder if they talked about that when they met up?

I can honestly just see the two of them talking to each other with huge smiles on their faces. They both are some of the nicest guys in Hollywood.

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John Travolta can still do the Vinnie Barbarino dance!
August 16th, 2019 under Jimmy Fallon, John Travolta. [ Comments: none ]


Before John Travolta was dancing the night away in Grease, Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fiction, to name a few of his movies, he was swinging his hips on Welcome Back, Kotter. Can he still move like he did when he was in his early 20’s?

Yesterday, when he was on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon challenged him to a Travolta-off. Basically, the two men went head-to-head to see who could do the better Travolta. Of course, Travolta won. I mean, how could he lose since he is the OG.

Anyways, for the last imitation, they both did Vinnie Barbarino together and ended with his character’s signature number. Even though Travolta is a brand new senior citizen at 65, he can still boogie like he did 40 years ago. Which brings me so much joy.

Actually, the actor is just pure joy. It is hard not to smile when you watch him do his thing. If he did not turn your frown upside down, then up your nose with a rubber hose!

To see him do the Barbarino back in the ’70s, then click here!

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