Audrey Hepburn love

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  • Jennifer Lopez sent shock waves through London -- and possibly the world -- when she turned up at the UK premiere for "The Back-Up Plan" in an ensemble best described as Audrey Hepburn gone wrong.

    Jennifer Lopez's London Look: J. NO! (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • Truman Capote hated the idea of Audrey Hepburn playing the role of Holly Golightly, the main character in his 1958 novella

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  • And the reviews were not just, 'Oh she's also great'; they all said she stole the movie away from Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, which is no small feat, because they're terrific in that movie.

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  • According to Granger, Ms. Simmons called Audrey Hepburn after she saw her in "Roman Holiday" -- in a role Ms. Simmons might have had -- to say, "I wanted to hate you, but I have to tell you I wouldn't have been half as good."

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  • We never did find the commemorative plaque, but apparently Edda van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston, the artist later to be known as Audrey Hepburn, was born just down the street from this neighborhood bistro.

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  • When I look at old movies, one could say the same about most actors and actresses of old hollywood such as Audrey Hepburn and Joan Crawford.

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  • Mentioning her admiration for classic beauties such as Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy and Jean Harlow, she says:

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  • According to the New York Daily News, Porizkova wrote that comparing classic stars, such as Audrey Hepburn and Jean Harlow, to the surgically-enhanced Heidi Montag is "like comparing a Hastens Swedish handmade mattress to a cheap plastic pool float".

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  • Edwards worked with some cinema legends such as Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Tony Curtis and

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  • Celebrating the 100th birthday of the late Yousuf Karsh, one of the 20th century's most celebrated portrait artists, this exhibit comes to Seoul after enjoying great success at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Karsh is most famous for his black and white photos of historic and popular figures such as Audrey Hepburn, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Jacqueline Kennedy, Pablo Picasso and Mother Teresa.

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