tylerchokely:

*gets 5 notes on a post* this is it this is the big one

September  28 469949 ♡ Via

teenssfromhell:

when you accidentally befriend someone annoying and you can’t get out of the friendship

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nickdrake:
theniftyfifties:

Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner

theniftyfifties:

Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner

Name: Barbra Streisand
Album: Funny Girl [Barbra's last performance]
Track: People [Barbra's last]

itshotuphere:

Barbra Streisand sings “People” during her last performance in Funny Girl, in 1965.

Barbra Streisand being risque [x]

Tagged: #same

fantits:

That face you make when you find out that your favorite band is coming to your city

fallontonight:

Barbra and Jimmy reminisce about her Superman album cover!

Tagged: #queen
the-gentle-rain:

“Barbra Streisand is very excited about the new iPhone. She thinks “The Goldfinch” is good, but not quite the masterpiece it’s being hailed as. She can’t get enough of “The Americans,” is ambivalent about “Boyhood,” and thinks there are too many action movies these days, although she enjoyed “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

The New York Times: Barbra Streisand, A Voice To Be Reckoned With.

the-gentle-rain:

Barbra Streisand is very excited about the new iPhone. She thinks “The Goldfinch” is good, but not quite the masterpiece it’s being hailed as. She can’t get enough of “The Americans,” is ambivalent about “Boyhood,” and thinks there are too many action movies these days, although she enjoyed “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

The New York Times: Barbra Streisand, A Voice To Be Reckoned With.

tvhousehusband:

The Queens of Comedy table just got a little funnier.

tvhousehusband:

The Queens of Comedy table just got a little funnier.

flavorpill:

It can be difficult, especially for younger generations, to remember that, before she was a celebrity, Joan Rivers was one of the first major female comedians in America, at a time when people really did assume that women weren’t funny and couldn’t tell jokes. But Rivers did.

Johnny Carson served as a “mentor” for Rivers, giving her a big break and establishing her as the permanent guest host for The Tonight Show in 1983. When she left for her own late-night show, Carson shunned her publicly, and she had her moment of being down, a showbiz pariah. But she kept going. She would keep going for the rest of her life, and she would have comebacks galore, embodying a certain tenacity in Hollywood that was aggressively unpretty but still somewhat admirable in its own, uniquely American way.

What Rivers had were jokes. So many jokes. Her first topic of comedy was herself, and how she functioned in the world, as a woman railing against the expectations of the times. 

Why Joan Rivers Mattered

Tagged: #so great
hartorotica:

- Joan Rivers, “I hate everyone… starting with me” (2013)

hartorotica:

- Joan Rivers, “I hate everyone… starting with me” (2013)