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Liza Minnelli stops a health rumor in its tracks
March 17th, 2021 under Liza Minnelli. [ Comments: none ]

On March 12th, Liza Minnelli turned 75 years young. In honor of the occasion, she invited some vaccinated friends over to celebrate, and they did. The legendary singer even shared some videos from the party, and she looks fabulous!

However, the National Enquirer is supposedly going to do a story saying the opposite. Therefore, she took to social media, and nipped that false report in the butt.

“Hey Kids! On the heels of my swell birthday celebrations with close friends, I have heard that the National Enquirer (whose circulation must be down) intends to post another absurd story about me. They always quote an anonymous ‘close friend’ but never ever actually quote any of my real friends by name in any of their stories because they might get the truth,” she wrote. “Please look at my recent Instagram/Facebook posts and tell me if you think I’m in bad shape, or not well and isolated from my friends. Meghan, I know how you feel honey! #NotGoingLikeElsie”

Seeing is believing, and I believe her over the Enquirer. Inquiring minds want to know…the truth!


Liza Minnelli and Joan Collins sing a duet
March 16th, 2021 under Joan Collins, Liza Minnelli. [ Comments: none ]

On March 12th, Liza Minnelli turned 75 years old, so she threw herself a little party. One of the guests was Joan Collins, so the two of them sang a duet as Michael Feinstein tickled the ivories.

When things get back to normaler, I hope that they take their show on the road. Could you imagine them doing a Cabaret act? The stories they will tell between songs are worth the cover charge.


Is Liza Minnelli really 73?
February 5th, 2020 under Liza Minnelli. [ Comments: none ]

Liza Minnelli gave a rare interview with Variety, and she posed for the cover. I cannot get over how gorgeous and youthful the legend appears to be. She looks just like she did when she won the Oscar for Cabaret in 1973. That is why she is Liza with a Z; the Z is for sizzzzzzzzle!

The cover story was not only about the photograph, but it was also about the interview. The Hollywood legacy talked about her parents Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli. She talked about how positive and encouraging they were with her. She had an amazing childhood because of how her parents raised her and not because of who they were.

She wanted to be a dancer, so they gave her the classes and let her move to NYC when she was just 16 years old. Shortly after she arrived there, she landed a Broadway show that earned her a Tony. At 19, she was the youngest Tony winner. When she won the Oscar, her father screamed so loud it gave her tinnitus. That is how proud he was of his little girl and the woman she became.

We hear stories all the time about the problems that Judy Garland had with her life, and it sounds like she was sad all the time. This interview paints a happy picture. It explains why her daughter always seems so vivacious. It is what she knows because that is what her parents showed her. As they she was brought up with love and light.


BTWF roles: Liza Minnelli in In the Good Old Summertime
March 11th, 2014 under Before They Were Famous, Liza Minnelli. [ Comments: none ]

via The Back Row
Before Liza Minnelli was singing in the Cabaret, she was prim and proper in her mother’s film In the Good Old Summertime. How precious was the 3 year old in that 1949 movie?


Poor Liza Minnelli was actually part of the Best Selfie Ever
March 3rd, 2014 under Ellen DeGeneres, Liza Minnelli. [ Comments: none ]

We have all seen the Best Selfie Ever from the front at the Oscars yesterday, but when you look at it from behind you will notice that Liza Minnelli was actually part of it in this photo that was Tweeted by Ben Fritz. Only problem is that she was behind Channing Tatum and since he’s so tall we couldn’t see her.
At least she got her own personal Selfie with Ellen DeGeneres and the others cannot say that.


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