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Closer Weekly March 11, 2019

Closer Weekly reports the latest news about a generation of celebrities who deserve to be called "stars"- from Dolly Parton and Doris Day to Michael Douglas and Paul McCartney. Along with health tips, decorating advice and delicious recipies, each issue is packed with features that you won't get in any other magazine.

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generation wow!

Maggie Gyllenhaal, 41 Gathered shoulder detailing adds a Grecian goddess finish to the Kindergarten Teacher star’s look. Isla Fisher,43 Sporting one of the hottest trends of the season — bold shoulders — the Aussie actress looks both sexy and stylish. Hilary Swank, 44 Barely there makeup and minimal accessories allow Hilary’s standout column gown to take center stage. Milla Jovovich, 43 How did the Resident Evil star punch up her sparkling style? With a perfect-for-evening bright red lip! Kelly Ripa, 48 Loose waves balance the glitz of the morning talk show host’s dress — and complement her ever-ageless vibe. Rebecca Romijn, 46 The blond bombshell’s nude pumps lengthen her legs, while a side-pony hairdo adds a fuss-free finish. Regina Hall, 48 Dark, smoky shadow and long locks add a sultry spin to the Girls Trip star’s billowy taffeta dress. Salma Hayek, 52 A gathered bodice…

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news now

DOLLY PARTON She’s Still Working 9 to 5! “I don’t consider myself a feminist, but I’m feminine. I believe women should be treated with respect.” Dolly What a way to make a living! Nearly 40 years after making her movie debut in 9 to 5, Dolly Parton’s still cashing in on its success: She recently attended the premiere of the musical based on the film in London. “The way I looked at it then was like, ‘Well, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are big stars, and if this is a big hit then I’ll be part of something big,’ ” Dolly, 73, recalls. “But if it’s a flop, then it’s going to be all on them, and I can just go back to my singing!” With its message of female empowerment and workplace…

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hellos & goodbyes

● WEDDING BELLS There’s a song in their heart. On Feb. 16, country star Miranda Lambert, 35, revealed via Instagram she had secretly wed an NYPD officer. “I met the love of my life. And we got hitched! My heart is full. Thank you Brendan McLoughlin for loving me for...me.” Meanwhile, on Valentine’s Day, Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee, 56, tied the knot with his girlfriend Brittany Furlan, 32, and pop star Katy Perry, 34, announced her engagement to actor Orlando Bloom, 42. ● BABY BOOM First call! On Feb. 19. Nashville and Empire actress Kaitlin Doubleday, 34, and her husband, Devin Lucien, welcomed their first child, son Franklin (pictured). Also, the former star of The Adventures of Pete & Pete Danny Tamberelli, 37, and his wife Katelyn Detweiler announced they are expecting their…

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picture perrfect

DIANE KEATON Mad Hatter She loves top hats and wine, so when Diane visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Feb. 19, she was gifted with a top-hat wine guzzler! The show’s supervising producer Andy Zenor (pictured) filled the tall topper with ice and red wine from the actress’ own label, The Keaton. “You’re utterly insane!” Diane laughed. But that wasn’t Ellen’s only surprise: She also gave Diane a voice role in her upcoming Green Eggs and Ham animated series for Netflix. CHARLIZE THERON She’s On Point Charlize is always a good sport! At the Feb. 17 Harlem Globetrotters game at LA’s Staples Center, the actress tried the team’s trademark move: spinning a basketball on her finger. It was a slam dunk! JANE SEYMOUR Seeing Double “This is the most beautiful thing in the world,” Jane said when a…

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the waltons our love was deep & true

For nine seasons, their humble house atop Walton’s Mountain became America’s home where lessons about family, trust, bravery and love were taught. In the turbulent 1970s, audiences took comfort from The Waltons, which recalled simpler times through a clan that loved each other unconditionally. “Oddly enough, my personal life wasn’t quite as smooth as my TV life,” Michael Learned, who played matriarch Olivia Walton, confides to Closer. “There were times when I would be sitting on the set wishing I always had a happy ending, too.” As Olivia and John Walton, Michael, 79, and her co-star Ralph Waite portrayed the loving, empathetic, wise parents everyone wished they had. “It was a story about an enormous family and a mother and father who really loved each other,” series creator Earl Hamner Jr.…

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memories of m*a*s*h

In the fall of 1972, CBS had high hopes for a new sitcom based on a hit movie: Anna and the King of Siam. But Yul Brynner’s The King and I spinoff ran for only one season, while another new series inspired by a film, M*A*S*H, lasted 11 years — eight more than the Korean War, where it was set at a mobile hospital. “CBS had no confidence in us,” remembers Alan Alda, 83, who starred as sardonic surgeon Hawkeye Pierce. “They gave us the smallest soundstage, and we stayed there. I think that was good, because it made us work harder.” All that hard work paid off: M*A*S*H became a beloved classic, and its 1983 finale remains the highest-rated scripted telecast of all time. More than 35 years later, the…

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