Friday, June 23, 2017

Blind Item #10

This back in the day A list mostly movie actress was beloved. She also was the best talk show guest. She has written what is apparently the  best tell of all time to be published upon her death.

23 comments:

sandybrook said...

Cher?

sandybrook said...

There's a few who were good.

Jennerationb said...

A Cher tell-all would be AWESOME!! I would think he'd put actress/singer or just entertainer if it was her though.

TheseNamesAgain said...

Teri Garr?

sandybrook said...

This is a good one also and she on the enquirer's soon to be dead list, like Cher

sd auntie said...

Chers mothet is 90 somethong years old and still around. Cher will be around for a long time.

Tricia13 said...

Was thinking Cloris Leachman but she did a lot of TV

bean àlainn rua said...

Angie Dickinson

JustReading said...

Olivia de Havilland

Green Carmen Ghia said...

Debbie Reynolds or Carrie Fisher! Yes to both, please.

cebii said...

This is it. Letterman used to bring her on his show for the hell of it, even if she wasn't promoting anything.

Nope said...

De Havilland come across as catty in interviews when asked about her sister. She makes it sound like she's the victim in their feud, but other sources say it was the other way around.

Sue T. said...

Teri Garr appeared in numerous Elvis movies as a background dancer, so I totally believe she'd have some amazing stories about that time in her life alone, never mind all the other great films she starred in.

just sayin\' said...

this does sound like teri garr. if you haven't read her book "speedbumps" it's wonderful and you'll love her even more for it. i hope her ms goes into remission but also hope she's leaving a tell-all.

Nadine said...

Betty white?

Nadine said...

Strike that not mostly movie

Nancer said...

It's Terri Garr.

Do Tell said...

Agreed to both, although between the two of them (they each had three memoirs) I think they did indeed manage to "tell it all." Highly, highly recommended reading, all six memoirs

Emmaf said...

Doris Day?

Emeraldcity said...

Yes, Olly was the villainess, she admitted it in an unguarded moment just after Joans'd death.

Juank said...

I think you got it.

Stevealex1 said...

It's Terri Garr, back in the 70's and early 80's she was a A- movie star . David Letterman loved and as people were saying , used to bring her on his show when she was not promoting anything just because she was a great guest. Carson loved her too and used to say she was one of his favorite guests as well

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