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People I Admire

"She never missed sending me flowers on my birthday. And she was in the hospital that week and everybody was expecting her to be released. I got up the next morning and I turned on the morning news and there it was. She died on my birthday. And that afternoon … her flowers arrived for me."— Carol Burnett 'The flowers came with a note that read “Happy Birthday, Kid. Love, Lucy.”'

Elvis and baby Lisa. Elvis amazed everyone with his fatherhood skills. It just came natural.

John Wayne, 1930. Long before he could act. I think in this movie he was still going by Marion Morrison.

This is the type of person people should be idolizing....not some of the other super popular celebs out there!

Robert Downy Jr... Awesomest person in the world

mother and daughter

"Nothing makes a woman more beautiful than the belief that she is beautiful." Sophia Loren

Kate Middleton with baby prince

I love her wild beautiful designs....Betsey Johnson

Princess Diana 1997. What a great loss to Great Britian and us who loved Princess Diana!

love me some will ferrel

When Marilyn Monroe learned that the Mocambo, a popular Hollywood night club, would not book Ella Fitzgerald because of segregation. Marilyn phoned the manager and told him that she would reserve a front row table every night Ella performed there, knowing that her presence would get a lot of press and publicity for the club. Soon thereafter, Ella became the first African-American to perform at the Mocambo, and as promised, Marilyn was seated right up front to enjoy her favorite singer.

The seventeen year old in me (or that which was me then) died a little ! So in love with him then. Who am i kiddinf , hes way hotter now. LplJessica Biel & Justin Timberlake Wedding--their first dance. BEAUTIFUL!

NOLA's own Ellen, with some wonderful insight: "The most important thing for me is to know that I represent kindness, because that's very important. I'm proud to be known as a kind person. You listen to any monologue on late-night TV or just in general, to people talking, and there's always a joke at someone's expense. It's sarcasm; it's nasty. Kids grow up hearing that, and they think that's what humor is, and they think it's OK. But that negativity permeates the entire planet."

Kate Winslet photographed by Gilles Bensimon