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Closer Weekly March 18, 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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English
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American Media Operations, Inc
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generation wow!

Brooke Burke, 47 Body-hugging, plunging and sexy cutouts?! Brooke ramps up the sultry glamour in this sheath! Linda Cardellini, 43 Barely there makeup and minimal add-ons allow the Green Book actress’ Monique Lhuillier dress to shine. Naomi Watts, 50 Beachy waves add a relaxed, carefree vibe to the Aussie actress’ otherwise glam look. Patricia Clarkson, 59 Caged heels give a cool, youthful finish to the Sharp Objects star’s layered, tulle dress. SofÍa Vergara, 46 Sofía is proof that a red-hot lip and glowing skin are a sexy, muy caliente …

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news now

JAMIE LEE CURTIS What She Learned From Her Parents At 60, Jamie Lee Curtis is more bankable than ever, with last year’s sequel to Halloween breaking box-office records. She attributes much of her show-business savvy to her parents. “One of the great benefits of being the daughter of great film stars, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, is I had the opportunity to watch them play the game,” Jamie Lee said at the recent ICG Publicists Awards in LA. “Their example was crucial.” While Tony and Janet divorced when Jamie Lee was only 3, “my mother and stepfather [Robert Brandt] were married for 43 years, so I had a very good role model for that.” Perhaps as a result, “I’m still married to my first husband [Christopher Guest], and we…

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hellos & goodbyes

● BABY BOOM Wait…a second! On Feb. 26, singer Robin Thicke, 41, and his fiancée, April Love Geary, 24, welcomed their second child, daughter Lola. Per April via Instagram, “My beautiful baby girl, I’m already in love with you!” Also, host of CNN’s Reliable Sources, Brian Stelter, 33, and his wife, Jamie, revealed they’re awaiting their second. Stated Brian, “It’s magical every time [our daughter] Sunny runs up to Jamie’s belly and says, ‘BABY!’ We’ll get to meet him or her in August.” ● A BIG HIT On Feb. 22, a 1932 contract signed by baseball’s Babe Ruth — in which he took a pay cut of $5,000 from the New York Yankees at $75,000 — was sold by RR Auction for $295,000. Said RR’s VP Bobby Livingston,…

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jumping ship: reba mcentire

It still gives her a sinking feeling: Recently on Watch What Happens Live, country star Reba McEntire, 63, revealed she turned down the role of Molly Brown in the 1997 blockbuster Titanic. “We were on tour and I had a lot of people on the payroll, and we had these three months already scheduled to do the movie. Then they got behind and said, ‘No, we’re going to have to move it in this time.’ So we couldn’t reschedule.” Any regrets? “Well, sure! Absolutely.”…

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picture perfect

PRINCE WILLIAM & DUCHESS KATEGood Sports The royal couple played soccer, went canoeing and tested their might in and around Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Feb. 27, all for a good cause. “From using sport to encourage people to talk about mental health, to delivering services to young people, the work you do is helping deliver a brighter future for everyone,” William told “inspirational young leaders” at a reception later that evening. As thanks, he and Kate started pouring pints for the crowd. Kate entered a canoe race at Roscor Youth Village, but William’s team triumphed! “[Assuming] the staff are more skilled than Catherine and I at pulling pints, you’ll have a brilliant evening,” William joked at the Empire Music Hall reception. Hang…

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a life of love & loss

“I didn’t care about being the star. I just wanted to make a living.” — Angie Growing up in tiny Klum, N.D., Angie Dickinson loved movies. Her father was the projectionist at the local theater, and she got in for free. Then, one day, “the theater burned down,” Angie recalls. “And we cried for a week.”It was only the first of several losses Angie, now 87, sustained. But she became an international star thanks to her work in films like Rio Bravo and The Killers as well as her iconic TV role as Sgt. Pepper Anderson on the ’70s hit Police Woman. Her personal life also attracted attention, as she had high-profile romances with Frank Sinatra and Johnny Carson and an ill-fated marriage to songwriter Burt Bacharach.…

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