Liza Minnelli Stepping Out! 2015

Liza Minnelli Stepping Out! 2015

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

LIZA VIDEO ~ SMASH - A Love Letter From the Times composed by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman

How about an entire Liza lp by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman! start spreading the news...

Monday, April 29, 2013

Liza's beauitiful "A Love Letter From the Times" from "SMASH"

Friday, April 26, 2013

Liza @ Barbra Streisand"s Birthday Party in New York

Official Liza Minnelli is seen here entering her friend Barbra Streisand's exclusive birthday party last night in New York City. Photo credit: PGsb7/SANTIAGO BAEZ/Ramey Pix

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

ON THE RED CARPET ~ LIZA & more @ Barbra Streisand Charlie Chaplin Award Gala (VIDEO)


NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 23: Liza Minnelli and Tony Bennett pose together at the Grey Goose cocktail reception of The Film Society of Lincoln Center's 4...0th Chaplin Award Gala at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center on April 23, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for GREY GOOSE) 2013 Getty Images

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Stars align to toast Barbra Streisand at Avery Fisher Hall
Former US President Bill Clinton and Barbra Streisand backstage at the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

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Brooklyn singer/actress given the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Chaplin award

Barbra Streisand was given the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Chaplin award at Avery Fisher Hall Monday night, hailed from the stage as a “true legend and hometown girl.”
“Ever since I can remember, I’ve been called ‘bossy and opinionated,’ ” said Streisand, the first woman to write, direct, produce and star in an American film.
“Well, I guess I am. Three cheers for bossy women!”

She was handed the award, which honored her achievements in nearly a half-century of film, by her friend, former President Bill Clinton. Pals and costars paid tribute to her at the FSLC’s 40th Chaplin gala.

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Actress Blythe Danner and Liza Minnelli attend the Grey Goose cocktail reception of The Film Society of Lincoln Center's 40th Chaplin Award Gala at Avery Fisher Hall.

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Tina Nina Minnelli (left) and and Liza Minnelli walk the red carpet.

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Barbra Streisand arrives at the event.

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 James Brolin (left) accompanies his wife, Barbra Streisand, who felt the love from close friends.

“She’s a good lady and a helluva broad!” said Liza Minnelli before serenading the star with “Isn’t This Better” from “Funny Lady.”
Streisand, who turns 71 Wednesday, said that growing up in Brooklyn she “always wanted to be an actress.” When she couldn’t get auditions, “music saved me.”

Liza Minnelli on stage at the Film Society Lincoln Center's tribute to Barbra Streisand. Photo credit: Walter McBride of— at Avery Fisher Hall.
Film Society of Lincoln Center's tribute to Barbra Streisand. Photo credit: Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Grey Goose— with Liza Minnelli & Jeremy Irons at Avery Fisher Hall.

Andy Warhol @ Christie's: Studio 54 online-only sale celebrates Andy's legacy at the nightclub
Halston, Liza Minnelli and Steve Rubell by Andy Warhol. Unique gelatin silver print, 8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.). Executed circa 1978. Estimate: $6,000-8,000. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd 2013.
NEW YORK, NY.- Following the success of the first online only sale of Andy Warhol @ Christie’s which doubled its pre-sale estimate at $2.3m, Christie’s is pleased to announce details about the second online-only sale. For one week, from Friday, April 26 through Friday, May 3, collectors around the world will have the opportunity to log in and bid online for more than 215 paintings, drawings, photographs and prints by Pop Art’s superstar, Andy Warhol.

This sale will feature works dedicated to Andy’s legacy at the infamous nightclub Studio 54. Estimates range from $1,500 to $70,000, offering both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers extraordinary global access to Warhol’s work. The timed online format allows clients to browse, bid, receive instant updates if another bid exceeds theirs, organize shipping, and pay from anywhere in the world.

“If the 1970s was a decade of heedless optimism, then Studio 54 was its glittering epicentre. During its reign as New York's number one hot spot to see and be seen, it was the place where paparazzi mingled with celebrity, where highbrow danced with low-brow, where pop art and fine art talked into the wee hours of the morning.” — Anthony Haden- Guest.

Located at 254 West 54th Street in Manhattan, the nightclub was founded by four equal partners, Steve Rubell, Ian Schrager, Tim Savage and Jack Dushey. Among the many celebrities present during the opening night on April 26, 1977 were Mick Jagger, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Hall, Diana Vreeland, Halston, Brooke Shields, Debbie Harry, newlyweds Donald and Ivana Trump, newly engaged Rick Hilton and Kathy Richards, and many other well-known party-goers. Hordes scrambled to gain entry but only a few got past the door. Some celebrities, including Warren Beatty, Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Henry Winkler, Cher, and Frank Sinatra were unable to get in, in part due to Studio 54's elusive doorman, Marc Benecke.

A week after the opening, the nightclub celebrated Bianca Jagger’s 27th birthday. Bianca entered on a white horse and the resulting publicity firmly established Studio 54 as the preferred nightclub for celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Andy Warhol, Bianca Jagger, Peter Beard, Elton John, Truman Capote, Jerry Zipkin, Elizabeth Taylor, Farrah Fawcett, Lauren Hutton, Liz Smith, Marisa Berenson, Divine, Jack Nicholson, Nick Rhodes, Hugh Hefner, Mariel Hemingway, Diane von Fürstenberg, Richard Gere, and Matt Dillon. Some of the world's most famous performers also performed their new songs: Donna Summer, Grace Jones, Gloria Gaynor, Sylvester, The Village People, Cheryl Lynn, Brooklyn Dreams, James Brown, Phyllis Hyman, Amii Stewart, Chic, The Ritchie Family, Rick James, Stephanie Mills, Roberta Kelly, and Arthur Russell all sang their most famous songs during the partying.

Andy Warhol is widely recognized as one of the defining figures of 20th century art and culture, as well as a philanthropist of extraordinary generosity. As an artist, he unabashedly embraced the populist and the commercial. As a philanthropist, he insured that his giving would extend past his death by establishing The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, which received almost the entirety of his estate. Proceeds from this sale and all subsequent sales under the partnership benefit the Warhol Foundation’s grant-making programs in support of artists and non-profit arts organizations.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Liza Minnelli, Tony Bennett, Wynton Marsalis @ The 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala ~ Honoring Barbra Streisand

April 22, 2013
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Award Presentation by President Bill Clinton

Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime, star-studded event to honor the life and film career
of the legendary Barbra Streisand.
Musical Performances by:            Special Guests include:
        Tony Bennett                                  Pierce Brosnan
    Wynton Marsalis                                Blythe Danner
    Liza Minnelli                                       Amy Irving
                                                                 Kris Kristofferson
This celebration of Ms. Streisand is the continuation of a 40-year tradition at the Film Society that honors a distinguished film artist whose body of work and lifetime of achievements represent a significant contribution to the art of film. Ms. Streisand, a truly rare and groundbreaking talent, is the first woman artist to receive credit as  writer, director, producer and star of a major feature film (Yentl). She is also the first female film director to receive a Kennedy Center Honor. It is our distinct pleasure to present Ms. Streisand with the prestigious Chaplin Award.
The annual Chaplin Award Gala is the Film Society’s major fundraising event, helping to support the organization’s ongoing work in education, artist development, and cross-cultural film outreach.

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Tribeca Film Festival 2013-Mistaken For Strangers-Robert De Niro & Liza Minnelli attend (VIDEO)

It's been too long! Robert De Niro rushes in to kiss old friend Liza Minnelli at Mistaken For Strangers premiere
It's been too long! Robert De Niro rushes in to kiss old friend Liza Minnelli at Mistaken For Strangers premiere

The old dear hunter: Robert De Niro rushed in to kiss Liza Minnelli at the premiere of Mistaken For Strangers in New York on Wednesday

As ever Liza, 67, was looking good for her age in a black dress, tights and boots, and vamped up her look with red lipstick.
Mean Streets star Robert, who is the festival's co-founder, also looked in good shape in a smart but casual ensemble of blue blazer, grey trousers and a blue T-shirt.

Nice to see you, to see you nice: Robert looked thrilled to be seeing his old friend at the Tribeca Film Festival
Just like old times: The pair starred together in Martin Scorsese's 1977 musical-drama New York, New York

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Friday, April 12, 2013

What a nice surprise! Liza Minnelli's electric blue dress raises eyebrows...

The star of stage and screen made sure that she was unmissable as she sashayed along the red carpet at the The Hollywood Reporters 35 Most Powerful People In Media event.
She was joined at the event at New York's Four Seasons Grill Room by Michael Feinstein, and she flashed a grin - framed by hot pink lips - at him as they held hands and made their way inside.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Liza Minnelli tickets on sale Wednesday to Bardavon members
Liza Minnelli and Michael York in a scene from her Oscar Winning role in Cabaret.

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Tickets for Liza Minnelli at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House go on sale at 11 a.m. Wednesday to Bardavon members.

Minnelli, whose mother was actress Judy Garland, will perform May 17 at the Bardavon.

Tickets cost $225, $175 and $125. These tickets go on sale to the public at 11 a.m. April 17.
The $225 tickets include premier seating, post-show party at the Bull and Buddha restaurant and bar on Main Street in Poughkeepsie, and a tax-deductible contribution.
The $175 ticket includes preferred seating and tax-deductible contribution.

The $125 tickets include admission to the performance.

Minnelli is one of the world's best-known entertainers, having appeared in such films as "Cabaret" and on Broadway in "Chicago." She joins a long list of notable entertainers who have performed at the Bardavon Gala — Tony Bennett and Diana Ross, among them — on a stage that has hosted Mark Twain, Frank Sinatra and Bob Dylan.

Minnelli's May concert — she will be backed by a seven-piece band — will mark the first time she performs in Poughkeepsie.

"We're thrilled," said Bardavon Executive Director Chris Silva, "to have Liza at our gala this year."

Visit or call 845-473-2072 for information.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Liza Minnelli and Debbie Reynolds backstage on Broadway with Bette Midler!

Liza Minnelli, Bette Midler and Debbie Reynolds pose backstage at the hit comedy 'I'll Eat you Last' starring THE DIVINE MISS M on Broadway at The Booth Theater on April 5, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic)

Photo Coverage: The Stars Come Out for Elaine Stritch's Farewell Cabaret - Movin' Over and Out

 A slew of stars came out last night to the Cafe Carlyle to bid farewell to the legendary Elaine Stritch, who began her last New York run. Her new show, Elaine Stritch at the Carlyle: Movin' Over and Out, a freeform evening of story and song, will play for one week only. This will be the final chance to see Ms. Stritch - who has been dubbed the Carlyle's own "Octogenarian Eloise" - give one of her now-legendary performances at her home venue, before she leaves the Carlyle Hotel and the city of New York for good. (Ms. Stritch will be relocating to her home state of Michigan.) Elaine Stritch has played 4 sold-out engagements at the Café Carlyle over the past 7 years.
She told the New York Times: "I loved being on Broadway, but performing has become exhausting, and I just don't want to live in New York anymore. I'm just sick of the competition in New York, the feeling that I always have to rehearse to keep up my performance. I don't feel like rehearsing, even though it should be my favorite thing in the world to do. I just don't have the energy, darling. I'm 88! I don't look or always feel it, but I'm 88!"
On what to expect from her final show, Stritch commented: "Sondheim is a devil, with those lyrics to keep straight, and part of me just wants to tell stories. I'd love to just tell jokes that my dad kept in his wallet."
Café Carlyle is located in The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel (35 East 76th Street @ Madison Avenue). Elaine Stritch will play Tuesday, April 2 through Saturday, April 6 at 8:45PM. There is a $125 cover charge per person and $85 bar seating per person. For additional information, visit
Photos by Walter McBride

What I wore TODAY: Liza Minnelli looking good!