Saturday, October 4, 2014

James Bond Dr No: Behind-The-Scenes Photos of Sean Connery and Ursula Andress

They wouldn't have known it, but in 1961 in the Bahamas, Sean Connery and Ursula Andress weren't just making Dr No - the first James Bond film - they were making history.
These newly uncovered behind the scenes shots show the stars on set in Nassau as they filmed the pair's classic scenes on what would be known as Dr No's island base.














Joan Collins,Timeless Beauty

Joan Collins OBE is an English actress, author and columnist. Making her stage debut in A Doll's House at the age of 9, Collins trained as an actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London. After a year at the drama school she was signed to an exclusive contract by the Rank Organisation and appeared in nine British films. At the age of 21, Collins headed to Hollywood and played many ingenue and leading roles, including films such as The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955) and Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958). Collins appeared in over 50 films before beingcast in the role of Alexis Carrington Colby in the television series Dynasty, winning a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in 1983. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1983 for her career achievements, amongst many other awards garnered during her illustrious career. Collins has written several autobiographical, fiction and beauty books including: The Joan Collins Beauty Book (1980); My Secrets (1994) Health, Youth & Happiness (1995), My Friends Secrets (2000), The Art Of Living Well - Looking Good And Feeling Great (2006) and Passion for Life (2013).




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Joan Collins Timeless Beauty is a new, international luxury beauty brand, created by one of the most glamorous icons of our time. It aims not just to inspire women, but to provide them with the tools to feel and be beautiful at any age.
Joan Collins is many things: author, actress, mother and beauty expert, but above all Joan is a woman. A strong woman who is always beautiful, chic and full of energy with a charisma that has turned her into an international star.
When young and already making waves in Hollywood, Joan worked with some of the greatest beauty experts in cinema, and it was here that her passion for beauty was born. Spending time with these masters of the screen, Joan began to learn the valuable beauty secrets and tricks of the trade that normally remain behind closed doors.
Over the years, she has continued to build upon this knowledge and with her habitual attention to detail, has gathered tips and information, not just from the beauty experts, but also from her wide group of friends, many of whom are stars in their own right.
Now finally, she has delved into her treasure trove of beauty knowledge to create a new line of beauty products with the aim of sharing her experience with us all and allow each woman to obtain what she dreams of: Timeless Beauty.
Joan Collins Timeless Beauty comprises three different categories: Skin Care, Cosmetics and Fragrance. In each of these categories, the high quality products are presented in a striking, luxurious packaging inspired by Hollywood glamour and Joan’s love of Art Deco.
Look beyond the appealing presentation and it becomes evident that behind the gloss and sophistication of the luxurious collection, there lie the solid foundations of a serious beauty brand. The investment into meticulous scientific research for the development of every product and the on going use of cutting edge, effective, multi-active ingredients are important cornerstones put in place to ensure that Joan Collins Timeless Beauty maintains its promises as it moves forward into the future.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Joanna Lumley,Bond Girl

She is one of Britain's most famous beauties and a Bond girl to boot but Joanna Lumley says she has no regrets about her looks changing as she ages.
Instead, the 67-year-old has embraced the ageing process and says she doesn't see the point of going under the knife in a bid to remain younger because she is no longer interested in youthful roles.
'I’m really not against [cosmetic surgery] but what’s the point of getting stuff done when I’m looking to play older people like grannies?

'They are not going to cast me as a 35-year-old – there are 35-year-olds to do that.
'You have got to think very carefully what you want done.'
But Lumley admits that she's not entirely immune to vanity and revealed that she's a huge fan of tailored, mannish clothes that suit her broad shoulders.
Speaking to Good Housekeeping, the actress and campaigner said: 'I’m tall with broad shoulders and therefore I like clothes with a bit of a swagger – mannish clothes that you can wear with a lot of feminine, sweet tops.
'I put my own looks together – a favourite coat, a bit of vintage, a bit of high street.'
Asked for her tips on always dressing well, she added: 'Clothes that are too tight make you look bigger.
'If you’ve been trying to shed pounds and it doesn’t go, buy the next size up. I never care what size my clothes are.
'I cut the labels out because they always scratch the back of my neck.
'Even my grandest clothes don’t have labels on them. I can’t bear it.'
Although she's happy to splash out on clothes, Lumley says she refuses to do the same for her hair; instead, choosing to cut and colour her blonde mane herself.

 'I cut my hair myself and colour it,' she reveals. 'I know everybody in the hairdressing business despairs of me but it’s so much easier to do it yourself.

'The hairdresser costs a lot of money and is a treat.'
The low-maintenance star even confessed to avoiding exercise, saying her inability to stay still was the secret of her enviably slim figure.
Lumley also spoke of her refusal to diet, saying that although she eats 'like a sensible person', she does have a soft spot for peanuts.

'I eat like a sensible person,' she exclaims.
'I haven’t got a very sweet tooth but I love salted things like nuts.
'I would have to be dragged in by a lorry if I ate as many salted peanuts as I would like to!'
Peanuts by the truckload or not, Lumley says she's content with her life and what she's achieved and says others should, like her, mould themselves into the person they want to be.
'I’ve always believed you only have one go at life, which is thrilling,' she adds. 'Only you can make yourself into who you want to be.
'Don’t blame anybody else. You are entitled to free fresh air and that’s it. Do the rest yourself.'





















Patricia Paay,Daddy

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Patricia Anglaia Margareth Paaij (born April 7, 1949), best known as Patricia Paay, is a Dutch singer, radio host, glamour model and television personality. In the Netherlands, she is well known for her musical career, which spans over four decades. She is also regularly featured on Dutch television and in Dutch tabloid media.


Patricia Paay was born and grew up in Rotterdam, though one of her grandfathers was Greek. She and her sister attended secondary school in Schiedam (now for many purposes subsumed within Rotterdam), but Patricia did not complete her schooling because much of her time was given over to singing with her father's band.
She met Adam Curry and retired from music in the Netherlands in the mid-1980s to set up home with Adam in the U.S. and help develop his career. She now lives in the UK. Their daughter Christina Curry lives in the Netherlands with her girlfriend whilst her ex-husband Adam now resides in Austin, Texas. Paay sang many of the popular music remixes under the Stars on 45 brand name and was a member of the spin-off act Star Sisters, alongside sister Yvonne Keeley.
On 20 May 2009, the Dutch weekly gossip magazine Story published an interview with Patricia Paay saying that she will divorce after 20 years of marriage.She was married to Adam Curry.


Paay's best-known English-language song in the Netherlands may be her 1977 cover of "Everlasting Love", the song written by Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden which has been a hit for numerous other artists worldwide. It appeared on her album The Lady Is a Champ.
In 2008 Paay participated as a judge on Holland's Got Talent. It currently airs on SBS 6 hosted by Gerard Joling. Co-Judging with Paay is Henkjan Smits (who in the past also judged Idols and X Factor) and Robert Ronday (manager of Circus Herman Renz).
In 2010 she was the main guest in an episode of the television show Gehaktdag.

 In 1984, Paay was the first glamour model in the Dutch edition of Playboy. In November 2009, it was reported that Paay would pose for the December 2009 issue of the Dutch version of the magazine at age 60. It will be the third time she has posed for Playboy.