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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

1997- Bette Midler – Being Honored At The Crystal Awards In Hollywood

1997- Bette Midler – Being Honored At The Crystal Awards In Hollywood

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Monday, March 5, 2018

The Oscar for best original song is a garbage category – Bette Midler Proves It In One Segment

The Washington Post
The Oscar for best original song is a garbage category
By Dan Zak
March 2 at 1:42 PM

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Phil Collins grasps his Oscar in 2000; Robin Williams performs “Blame Canada” the same year; Mariah Carey, left, and Whitney Houston perform “When You Believe” in 1999; and, from left, Peter Allen, Christopher Cross, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager claim their shared prize in 1982. (Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images; Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images; Clary/AFP/Getty Images; ABC/Getty Images)

Remember when Ann Reinking lip-synced — and danced to — “Against All Odds,” the No. 1 hit by Phil Collins from the movie of the same name, at the Academy Awards in 1985? No?

It was nearly five minutes of theatrical fog, odd lunges and wide-eyed emoting, and Collins had to watch the slow-motion oddity from his seat. The academy wanted a “variety” of entertainers to perform the nominees for best original song, so it didn’t enlist the English rocker, then at the peak of his career. Read More

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

1983 Bette Midler In Hollywood Attending Play “The Second City”

1983 Bette Midler In Hollywood Attending Play “The Second City”

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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Director Mark Rydell on Bette Midler

Director Mark Rydell on Bette Midler: “Hollywood couldn’t figure out what to do with her at first. But now, she’s like this national monument. She should be up on Mount Rushmore.” (1991, Los Angeles Times) – Bette Midler

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Bette Midler at the Hollywood Walk Of Fame where she was getting her star – 1986

Bette Midler at the Hollywood Walk Of Fame where she was getting her star – 1986

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Midler on the word “Diva”: “You know, I popularized that word diva.

Midler on the word “Diva”: “You know, I popularized that word diva. But I think that term is misused now. Every other filly out of the gate is called a diva nowadays. And you know what? They ain’t divas to me!” And I do not like the competition! Not that I have any.” (1991, Los Angeles Times) – Bette Midler

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Director Mark Rydell on Bette Midler: “Hollywood couldn’t figure out what to do with her at first.

Director Mark Rydell on Bette Midler: “Hollywood couldn’t figure out what to do with her at first. But now, she’s like this national monument. She should be up on Mount Rushmore.” (1991, Los Angeles Times)

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  • How Tracey Cunningham Went From Bette Midler’s Nanny to Hollywood’s Hair Guru (bootlegbetty.com)
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    Monday, October 2, 2017

    On Acting: “For me, there are no challenges as far as acting is concerned.

    On Acting: “For me, there are no challenges as far as acting is concerned. I just get up in the morning and do.it. I never wake up and say, ‘Oh my God, this is so hard!’ Oh no no no, that’s not me. At this point in my life, I feel I can do ANYTHING.” (1991, Los Angeles Times) – Bette Midler

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    Monday, September 18, 2017

    Bette Midler Accepting Her Drama League Award For Distinguished Musical Career On The Stage:

    Bette Midler Accepting Her Drama League Award For Distinguished Musical Career On The Stage: “I’ll add it to my mantelpiece, even though it doesn’t help me spell ‘EGOT,’” she said of the statuette, and then singled out Sally Field in the crowd. “I turn and look at Sally because she has my Oscar,” she joked, and then addressed Glenn Close, also attending. “Glenn, did you ever win? F—, you’re in worse shape than me!” (Drama League Awards, 2017) – Bette Midler

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    Tuesday, May 23, 2017

    BetteBack October 22, 1974: The Disasterous Roast Of Johnny Carson

    Star News
    October 22, 1974

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    Johnny Carson explained to Filmland friends Saturday evening. .”I’ve married three times because, as a concerned American . I’ve wanted to spread the wealth more evenly among the populace.”

    And that was about the funniest line to come out of The Friars’ Club Charity Roast honoring “The King Who Rules Midnight.”

    Perhaps never have so many comedians laid such a massive quantity of eggs as were hatched at the dais ol the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday evening. The head table consisted of a multimillion dollars worth of talent — including Lucille Ball, George Burns. Red Buttons., Buddy Hackett. Bob Hope. Alan King, Bette Midler. Jan Murray. Carroll O’Connor. Burt Reynolds and Don Rickles. yet by the end of the program even the professional comedians who are usually each other’s most appreciative audience’ had trouble not lookhig bored. Read More

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