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Published Date: 9/14/2014
Grace Kelly was Hollywood royalty, but she walked away from the silver screen in 1956 to become literal royalty when she married Prince Rainier III and became the Princess of Monaco. During her film career, Kelly picked up an Academy Award for "The Country Girl" and...
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Published Date: 8/13/2014
Before her death Aug. 12, 2014, Lauren Bacall was one of the last living celebrities of that bygone era, the golden age of Hollywood. Bacall also had the distinction of being the last living member of another elite group: the 16 iconic celebrities referenced by Madonna...
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Published Date: 7/1/2014
We remember legends and budding stars from film, television, music and sports gone too soon with a photo gallery of celebrities who died before 60. Click on any photo for more information...
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Published Date: 4/6/2014
Prince Rainier III of Monaco died nine years ago. His fairy-tale marriage to Hollywood royalty, Grace Kelly, ended with her tragic death in a car crash in 1982. Join us as we take a look back on some of the memorable royals who have shaped our modern world.
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Published Date: 4/6/2014
The lavish lives of royals are filled with drama on a grand scale. Join us as we take a look back on 20th century royalty and some of the memorable kings, queens, princes and princesses who have shaped our modern world.
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Published Date: 10/17/2013
Can you tell one blonde bombshell from another? We'll give you clues. You name the legendary blonde.
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