Rest in Peace Ms. Taylor! You will be deeply missed. No one will ever compare.. You are a true Hollywood Legend one of the last and unquestionably the most noteworthy
We will NEVER see the likes of her ever again. We have truly lost an incredibly, beautiful woman, and one of the most outstanding actresses to ever grace the Silver Screen. An icon forever.
I have always loved her, miss her and can’t believe she’s actually gone. (
my name is virginia, and at the age of 6 years of age i was taken away from my mother who had 15 other kids to care for. I was put in a foster placement called mc Clearen hall and we saw El izabeath there and she saw me with my face pressed on a window looking at her beauty , i was told by one of the staff working there that thats, who she was. she was there helping the kids with food and clothing and gifts for us. Elizabeth you touch my life more then you will know, you are a part of my life still! I will always love you and adore you you mean so much to me. your death heart me, and i thank you kids now because i cant thank you! i am a grand mother now and i thank from my heart and God bless all your family. from my heart to yours!
As a child I loved her(she is 2 yrs older than me). As a young adult I hated her and Eddie Fisher because of Debbie, as a more mature adult I found her antics and love life irrisistable, she gave us things to gossip about for years, we could hardly wait for the various stars magazines each month to see what she was up to next. There will never be another as beautiful( I saw her in person with Richard Burton at the next tabe at the Velvet Turtle Restaurant in Newport Beach Ca.)she was naturally gorgeous and friendly, I could not see what she found attractive about R Burton, but who knows what mysterys he possessed.
now thats awomen
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