Mac Davis, the writer of Elvis Presley’s “In the Ghetto” and a former ACM Entertainer of the Year winner, has died. He was 78 years old.
He wrote several hits.
He also used his considerable reservoir of laid-back country charm to become a likable actor as well. He was cast well when he made his movie debut as a fictionalized version of Don Meredith in North Dallas Forty.
Helen Reddy, also 78, is most famous for having popularized the feminist anthem “I Am Woman,” but she was no one-trick pony. She had more than a dozen “top 40” hits back in the 70s.
I don’t know what this is. A leaked photo, maybe?
(See explanation in the comments.)
#1 Surprised Me. I would have guessed Beyonce or Taylor Swift, and they are both in the top 11, but #1 is from a whole different world.
Gates says Trump was serious about making his then 34-year-old daughter his potential vice-president, returning to the theme and even carrying out public polling.
“We all knew Trump well enough to keep our mouths shut and not laugh. He went on: ‘She’s bright, she’s smart, she’s beautiful, and the people would love her!'”
Alexa Demie shows the fun stuff in the first episode of Euphoria
I don’t remember this film at all. Filmed in 1990 but released later, it was directed by a certain Lee Drysdale, who never directed another film. He had two other writing jobs and one other acting job. He has no Wikipedia page.
I don’t think this movie is online, but the topless clip is on Zippyshare.
HD video with sound
The Russian translators didn’t seem to be able to translate the multiple meanings of the title succinctly. My Russian is not good enough for wordplay, but I suppose there is no comparable Russian phrase that would work, so they concentrated on a single nuance and just called it Тело как улика – “The Body As Evidence” or “A Body as Evidence.” (They are the same in Russian, which has no definite or indefinite article.)
She posted these outfits on her YouTube channel.