WARNING: THIS BLOG LOVES MULTI-FANDOMS
I'm Levi-Jade - that's me above - All I know at this point is that I'm a dreamer. Currently trying my hand at acting, writing, directing, singing and drawing my way to happiness and inadvertently, poverty.
Expect a lot of everything, from Liz Taylor to Literature, from Tim Burton to Tyrion Lannister, from Helena Bonham Carter to Harry Potter.
I'm a mixed up bag of treats.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton appear on ‘The Sammy Davis Jr Variety Show’, 1966
"Elizabeth doesn’t think like a star or act like a star, maybe that’s why she is a star. Somebody said last night "Gee, she looks beautiful" and that was the greatest misstatement. She doesn’t look beautiful, she is beautiful."
- Mike Todd
Elizabeth Taylor was the biggest star of the LIFE era. She appeared on the magazine’s cover a record 14 times, starting when she was just 15 years old, and over the following decades many of LIFE’s finest photographers — Paul Schutzer, Peter Stackpole, Allan Grant and George Silk among them — captured the quintessential movie star in love, at work and basking (with consummate grace) in the kind of international fame, comprised of equal parts respect and adulation, that most entertainers today can only dream about…(source: life.time.com)
This is how you transition from child star to grown up.
It was so hard for her admitting having drank and getting drunk once, and rushed to say she didn’t enjoyed it, you can tell she wants people to think she is perfect, but at the same time she says ‘don’t put me on a pedestal’ Is quite hard to get her.