Even though she just turned 67, old enough to “retire,” ask yourself, which would you rather do: star on Broadway, or be “retired?
She’ll play legendary agent Sue Mengers in “I’ll Eat You Last,” which opens in April.
And her new movie, “Parental Guidance, ” with Billy Crystal , is taking in significant box office.
First of its kind –the worldwide mobile digital offering of their 50th anniversary concert– live on PCs, smart phones, and tablets, plus the traditonal PPV.
What the hell happened to Reba McEntire’s face? Plastic surgery run amok!
On the other hand, Cicely Tyson is stunning at 78, and if she’s had surgery, she got the right kind.
@20 Wanda Jackson sang w/ Elvis. @ 74 she’s dueting w/ Chris Isaak.
Tight pants, high heels, teased up hair. Her confidence trumps a weakend voice.
24 or 74, no difference.
Happy birthday, Susan Sarandon, 66 today, and she looks great enough for The Huffington Post to feature the “Sarandon Style Evolutions” with pics from 1975 (when she was 29) to today.
Compare that to People mags Sept. 24th “Double Special Issue” which featured “Chic at Every Age”–four pages with a woman of every age, starting with 20 (Selena Gomez) thru the 30’s (Jessica Biel) to 45 ((Nicole Kidman) all the way up to 58, (Christie Brinkley) and 59 (Kathie Lee Gifford,) and then, and then… it stops.
To People, 60 is so old that you can’t even be chic, yet Huff-Po thinks 66 is chic enough to give you star billing in the “Style” section, documenting your entire adult fashion life in 45 photos.
If an editor is really young, 66 is ancient. If the editor is 45, 66 is in the middle, and if the editor is 66 (the age of the oldest baby boomer) 66 is “normal.”
Jeanne Cooper’s been on “The Young and the Restless” since 1973, and, at 84 (next month) intends to continue. “What would I do?” she asked, “I’m no good at crocheting.”
Looking FABULOUS in the new D&G ads.