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For this fine Saturday, Kathleen Turner reveals what she’s always asked to sign… And it’s not sexy photos of her! Forged autograph issues, and Ms. Angelina Jolie! Love her!
Check it out below!
Why Irish singer Damien Rice won’t sign your autographs or pose for a photograph with you
“I don’t want to stand in front of a whole lot of fakeys. If I’m going to meet someone and say hello I want to feel like I’m really meeting that person, not a masked version. I want to give that to people when they meet me. You don’t have to like it, I’m not looking for you to like it, I’m looking to be myself.”
Is that her wedding band from Brad Pitt? Angelina Jolie flashes chunky diamond and gold ring while signing autographs in NYC
However, that changed on Friday when the 39-year-old Unbroken director offered a good look at what is most likely her wedding jewelry when she signed autographs outside the Paley Center for the International Council Summit in New York City.
The Sexy Item Kathleen Turner Is Asked To Autograph All The Time
Kathleen Turner has been a part of many classic films over the course of her career, starring in movies like the sexy thriller Body Heat and the fun adventure Romancing The Stone, but it’s weirdly a voice role that will ultimately be her most lasting legacy. In 1988, the actress lent her sultry voice to the character of Jessica Rabbit in Robert Zemeckis’ Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and according to Turner, it’s images of her animated counterpart that she is asked to autograph more often than images of herself.
Rosie and Couric go bid-to-bid over Jackman meet-and-greet
Rosie O’Donnell took over the live auction at the Worldwide Orphans Gala at Cipriani Wall Street Monday, taking on Katie Couric in a bidding war to meet and greet Hugh Jackman at “The River” on Broadway.
We’re told O’Donnell started the bidding at $5,000, which Couric raised to $10,000. The pair decided to put in $25,000 each to win Jackman together.
Questions arise over Jameis Winston autograph authentication
Lost amidst the ongoing saga that is the oft-delayed student code of conduct hearing is one involving the Florida State quarterback’s penmanship. Specifically, allegations that Winston had placed his Herbie Hancock on a thousand or more pieces of memorabilia in exchange for money, which, as Georgia’s Todd Gurley can attest, is a violation of antiquated and archaic NCAA bylaws.