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Kelly Ripa got in the Oscars spirit by channeling one of old Hollywood's glamorous greats.
Live! With Kelly shared a snap of her get-up via Instagram on Sunday, sporting a spot-on Audrey Hepburn look from Breakfast At Tiffany's, complete with bouffant up-do, tiara, long-sleeve black gloves -- and the all-important coffee and pastry.
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The snapshot was taken earlier in the week outside Tiffany's in New York for the shows annual Oscars special, echoing an iconic scene from the movie that saw Hepburn nominated for her third Best Actress Academy Award.
"Good Morning! Having 'breakfast' before our long day at the #Oscars!" the 46-year-old host wrote.
Et caught up with celebrity makeup artist Matin to get some insider tips on getting a red carpet »
Todd Pipes shot to stardom after his band, Deep Blue Something, released the 1995 single "Breakfast at Tiffany's" that landed them in the Billboard Hot 100 and solidified the group as a one hit wonder. Guess what he looks like now! Read more »
- TMZ Staff
What do you get when you mix Twin Peaks with Archie Comics?
You get Riverdale. A dark and picturesque mystery that pulls you in with dreams of white picket fences and hidden secrets. It may sound strange at first, but it works.
Riverdale Season 1 Episode 1 introduced us to the small town of Riverdale, and the familiar faces/places we grew up reading in the Archie Comics. But it's nothing like the comics. This is Archie with an edge.
The tone is slower, the colors are darker, and the characters have their own wants and desires. This is a juicy mystery served like a soda pop at Pop Tate's Chock'lit Shoppe. (Speaking of, I love the neon coloring in the Shoppe.)
The introduction to the mystery pulled me in from the start. The sound and editing teams did a great job with creating the perfect creepy feeling. Everything from the slow »
- Justin Carreiro
I wouldn’t have a TV career if it weren’t for Mary Tyler Moore.
I was an assistant on the 1966 Broadway musical Breakfast at Tiffany's. Mary was the leading lady and Dick Chamberlain was the leading man. They were both Californians and had never been on a New York stage before, so my job was to fetch them lunch and make sure they hit their cues. As an actress, she was a beautiful lady who could be funny, which is really hard to find.
Then, about seven years later, when I was doing dinner theater, I saw the Mary Tyler »
- James Burrows
If you're looking to kick up your wedding music a notch, we have just the thing. In honor of award season, we've pulled 20 Oscar-winning love songs (Ok, some are about friendship, but how could we not include "We Belong Together" from Toy Story 3?) that deserve a spot on your wedding playlist. Whether you're looking for a vintage track like "Moon River" from Breakfast at Tiffany's, a somewhat cheesy tune like "I Just Called to Say I Love You" from The Woman in Red, or a timeless classic like "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing, we've got you covered. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Hepburn goes Lightly: Breakfast at Tiffany's is returning to Cineplex theatres!Hepburn goes Lightly: Breakfast at Tiffany's is returning to Cineplex theatres!Ingrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine1/13/2017 2:57:00 Pm
Truman Capote was very upset.
When it came time to make the movie version of his novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s, he desperately wanted Marilyn Monroe to star as the fun-loving escort Holly Golightly, who refuses to let go of her partying ways until she meets a struggling writer (George Peppard).
Monroe wanted the role but turned it down because her acting coach Paula Strasberg said it would be a mistake to play a lady of the night. Enter Audrey Hepburn, who Capote felt was utterly wrong for the part.
Yet Hepburn instilled Holly with a blend of elegance, daffy narcissism and comedic flair that director Blake Edwards then corralled into his bubbly comedy that paved over Capote’s darker »
- Ingrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine
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