Judy Garland has been laid to rest in a mausoleum named for her at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. A spokeswoman for Garland’s estate says her family and friends held a private memorial service for the actress on June 10, which would have been Garland’s 95th birthday. She was buried in the Judy Garland Pavilion. Garland’s third husband, Mickey Deans, buried her in New York, but her children said she wished to be interred with her family in Hollywood, Varela said. The Judy Garland Pavilion is intended as a final resting spot for her daughters and other family members. Garland, star of classic films including The Wizard of Oz and Meet Me in St. Louis died in 1969 at age 47 in London.
Author Andrew Morton caused a sensation in 1992 when he released Diana: Her True Story, a biography of the princess of Wales. The book told a side of her story that very few knew and was met with a lot of skepticism as many claimed it was all made up. Diana: Her True Story was later proven to be true. After more than two decades, Mortan has decided to stir up that sensation again as he republishes his book along with transcripts of the tapes. The new transcripts reveal more about Diana's imploding marriage to Prince Charles. About how he played a part in her bulimia started before marriage and how devastating it was for her to find out about her husband's affair with Duchess Camilla. About Charles' relationship with Camilla, the princess said she was already suspicious.
Legendary filmmaker Woody Allen paid tribute to his former girlfriend and longtime muse, actorDiane Keaton, during a rare public appearance. Allen, 81, appeared to present Keaton, 71, with AFI’s Lifetime Achievement Award in front of a star-studded audience on Thursday, June 8, night. Keaton starred in several of Allen’s movies in the 1970s after finding fame as Al Pacino’s wife Kay Adams in the Godfather in 1972, and its sequel. She played the lead in Sleeper, Love and Death, Interiors and Manhattan. Diane won a Best Actress Academy Award for Allen’s 1977 romantic comedy Annie Hall. In 1978, she ended her romantic relationship with Allen after falling for Warren Beatty who cast her opposite himself in his 1980 film Reds.