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  1. Is @Henry Torres the Marilyn Monroe of exhale………..
  2. any MM fans know any rare facts about her? also do you guys think she paid a price for wanting fame so bad i mean she divorced her first hubby jim just to go to hollywood.
  3. Per EW: Believe it or not, Ripley's says Kim Kardashian didn't ruin Marilyn Monroe's dress at the Met Gala "The fact remains that she did not, in any way, damage the garment in the short amount of time it was worn at the Met Gala." When has a dress last caused this much commotion? Posts started popping up on social mediaearlier this week accusing Kim Kardashianof ruining Marilyn Monroe's iconic dress at the Met Gala, and you'd think the reality star had defaced Mount Rushmore or taken a lit match to the Constitution with the swift outrage. Now, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, which loaned Kardashian the dress, is attempting to set the record straight in her defense. In a statement posted to its website, Ripley's notes that one thing they "can say with confidence" is that Kim K's now notorious walk up the Met Gala stairs "did not cause damage to Marilyn Monroe's famed 'Happy Birthday' dress from 1962." Kardashian wore the dress for a hot minute, using it to make her fashionably late entrance at the Gala before changing into a replica of the gown. "I'm extremely respectful to the dress and what it means to American history," Kardashian told Vogue. "I would never want to sit in it or eat in it or have any risk of any damage to it and I won't be wearing the kind of body makeup I usually do." After it had exchanged several hands over the years, Ripley's acquired the dress at an auction in 2016 for $4.8 million. According to Ripley's, the wear and tear the dress suffered in the intervening 50-plus years was detailed in a 2017 report, including "a number of the seams are pulled and worn" and "puckering at the back by the hooks and eyes." "Kim Kardashian wearing the 'Happy Birthday' dress has been hotly contested," the statement continues, "but the fact remains that she did not, in any way, damage the garment in the short amount of time it was worn at the Met Gala." Ripley's VP of Publishing and Licensing Amanda Joiner was with the dress the day of the Gala and during its transport from Orlando to New York, according to the statement, and she also weighed in on the fashion fiasco, saying, "From the bottom of the Met steps, where Kim got into the dress, to the top where it was returned, the dress was in the same condition it started in." The famed memorabilia collector also posted a series of slides to its Instagram answering popular questions from across the internet, like "Really, Ripley's?!" and "Was it worth it?" In response to the latter, it was noted that Kardashian didn't pay Ripley's for the dress, but instead made donations to two charities in the greater Orlando area on behalf of the company. So there you have it. The dress is 60 years young — but doesn't look a day over 30 — it's been through a lot, and a short jaunt up a flight of stairs apparently is the least of its troubles. Ripley's Believe It or Not! will continue to exhibit the dress — in as-is condition — at their Hollywood location through the fall. One assumes Kardashian will still be allowed to visit it.
  4. Please be respectful if you're gonna comment about her. anyone else a fan of Marilyn? I've been a fan for like 6-7 years. ive red books on her and watched docs. seen only some of her films 'bus stop' 'niagara' 'lets make love' 'dont bother to knock' 'river of no return' I think MM was beautiful, sweet, smart, **** etc. she def was born to be a Star. her whole life before and after fame was heartbreaking. If i could meet a old celeb (old hollywood) it be her forsure. i just wanna hug her tbh. 60 years shes been dead and the world still talks about her.... that power! yes shes been exploited and lies about her with the new "biopic" Blonde which is sad they aren't telling her story with the truth but i think she is still loved and seen as a icon of the 20th and 21st century since the 50s. Love ya Norma jeane.
  5. Is Ana De Armas coming for that Golden Globe? The official “Blonde” synopsis from Netflix reads: “[The film] boldly reimagines the life of one of Hollywood’s most enduring icons, Marilyn Monroe. From her volatile childhood as Norma Jeane, through her rise to stardom and romantic entanglements, ‘Blonde’ blurs the lines of fact and fiction to explore the widening split between her public and private selves.” “Blonde” releases globally on Netflix September 23. Watch the first footage and see new images from the film below. UPDATE: First full official trailer has been released:
  6. “Britney Spears, in particular, stands out as someone whose story is always being told by others” The depictions of these women then force us to ask: are these really their stories, or are they the stories we want to tell about them? And then: why are damaged white women, in particular, the only ones deemed worth memorializing so much? Moreover, they’re templatized as icons, rather than people, who check three boxes: mental illness or substance abuse, challenging ***ual mores, and some form of exploitation by families or partners. Public hunger for the stories of beautiful, blonde, and “damaged” white women continues to thrive even today, with respect to people who are still alive. Many of them now have redemption arcs that allow them to subvert their own images from the past: Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, and Pamela Anderson, to name a few. Britney Spears, in particular, stands out as someone whose story exists in the archive as always told by others — and what makes it so remarkable are the same checkboxes that Princess Diana and Marilyn Monroe ticked. As Britney’s story continues to be told despite her newfound voice and agency, the narrative of tragedy and voyeurism continues to define who she is to us. While we reckon with the legacies of women, simply telling their stories isn’t a way to humanize them unless we turn our gaze back to ourselves and ask: are we really doing these women justice, and are we interested in the same kind of justice for all women? 🔴Source
  7. Netflix released more images of the new Marilyn Monroe movie 'Blonde' as Ana de Armas portraying the Hollywood icon.
  8. A digitally reimagined Marilyn Monroe is on the latest cover of CR Fashion Book China.
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