THAT is 30 minutes of my life I will never have again!!!! What a completely vapid and clueless woman. You thought that article was interesting? In what way?
Thanks, very interesting read.
Thanks for sharing. I thought it was a very interesting read myself. R1 Did somebody twist your arm to lose that 30 minutes of your life? You were clueless to not quit reading sooner if you didn't like it.
"Madam, would you like your roach?"
That was funny.
r5 I'm always willing to give an article/review/book a certain amount of leeway, if it's been recommended. I was waiting for the interesting part to begin-it never arrived. She never fucked Carson. She didn't turn out to be a tranny. Not even a bombshell at the end. Another tale of a self-absorbed bitch, in an ivory tower. You can read all the other tales like that that come along, and you're welcome to MY share. Happy reading.
I thought it was a great read, OP. Thanks for pointing it out.
Your welcome lovey
Thanks for the link, why is no one saying what the article is about? It's about the wife of Freddie de Cordova, the TV producer (The Tonight Show, Burns and Allen, etc).
The most interesting part is that Freddie was likely gay!
Typical vanity fair article about people with too much money. Meh.
That picture reminds me of one Diane Arbus took of Brenda Frazier.
Thanks for posting, OP. In the end, the story is rather touching. The article has been optioned by HBO.
Of course none of her Hollywood friends was there for her at the end. Those friendships are not real. Of anyone, she should have known that best. She was a gold digging, Hollywood social climber--only interested in parties and shopping.
[quote]Thanks for the link, why is no one saying what the article is about?
Typical of people at DL to post a link and make you guess what it's about.
I loved hearing about ANYTHING to do with the backstage stories of old Hollywood, particularly Carson because he was such a contradiction. So different privately than his public self. But, lord, Freddie De Cordova's wife? Honey, there was NOTHING interesting about her. Vapid is right. A behind the scenes nobody who lived off her husband's money all her days. Why did she deserve an entire Vanity Fair article?