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Closer Weekly

Closer Weekly

April 13, 2020

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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news now

CYBILL SHEPHERD My Tips for Aging Gracefully “I still feel great, and I’m so incredibly grateful to be alive.”— Cybill Back in her Moonlighting days, Cybill Shepherd did a series of ads for L’Oréal with the tagline, “Because I’m worth it.” That remains a mantra for the model-turned-actress at 70. “It’s empowering to know what you’re worth,” she says. Cybill values all of her life’s experiences, and she’s proud to show them on her face. “As you grow older, if you can enhance the way you naturally look and let your face show your history, you’re bringing something real to the surface,” she says. Although Cybill admits to having her eyes done — heavy upper lids “can affect your sight when you get older” — she goes light on makeup. As she prepares…

2 min.
hellos & goodbyes

● BABY BOOM First to third! On March 23, country star Maren Morris, 29, and her husband, Ryan Hurd, welcomed their first child, baby boy Hayes: while Criminal Minds star Adam Rodriguez, 45, and his wife, Grace Gail, had their third, son Bridgemont. Also, The View’s Meghan McCain, 35, and hub Ben Domenech are expecting their first; while the Zac Brown Band’s Clay Cook, 41, and his wife, Brooke, are looking forward to their third. ● OFF THE WALL They’re not going for a song. On April 4, Heritage Auctions is putting up for online bids a treasure trove of vintage music posters — from the Allman Brothers to the Yardbirds. And though a vintage Shea Stadium poster of the Beatles is always coveted, the most sought-after item among 121 offerings is a…

2 min.
picture perfect

MELISSA PETERMAN & REBA MCENTIRE Ginger Snap! “Twinning!” Melissa shared with this pic with her former Reba co-star on March 5. It follows their recent reunion at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Dec. 15, when Melissa caught one of Reba’s concerts. “Never know who you will see in Vegas,” Reba noted. KELLY RIPA & RYAN SEACREST Luck of the Irish “With everything that’s going on, we could all use some luck. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” Ryan said on March 17 with Kelly by his side. We couldn’t agree more! ERIC MCCORMACK & DEBRA MESSING Happy to Be Blue Debra got a little messy at the gender reveal party on Will & Grace’s March 19 episode. But if you haven’t watched it yet, this pic isn’t a spoiler: Both Will and Grace are having babies! TRACEE…

3 min.
my life as a bombshell

“I’ve always been very comfortable in my own skin.”— Mamie, to Closer When she was 18 in 1949, Mamie Van Doren was crowned “Miss Eight Ball” by the Los Angeles Press Club, succeeding the previous year’s winner, an unknown named Marilyn Monroe. “I didn’t look like a normal woman — I was filling out in all the right places,” Mamie exclusively tells Closer. “I realized that I was probably meant to be a movie star.” And that’s exactly what the vivacious, curvaceous blonde became, steaming up the screen in late ’50s films with provocative titles like Teacher’s Pet, High School Confidential! and The Private Lives of Adam and Eve. She didn’t mind playing the bad girl, either. Those roles “had a lot of pizzazz,” says Mamie, 89. “The married, Goody Two-shoes girls…

6 min.
kenny rogers his amazing untold story

Kenny Rogers’ favorite memory of Dolly Parton was bittersweet. In 2013, while recording “You Can’t Make Old Friends,” Dolly suddenly stopped singing. The lyric “What will I do when you’re gone?” had unexpectedly brought her to the verge of tears. “Kenny, I think you should know,” she told her pal as she put her arms around him. “I could never sing at your funeral.” When Kenny died at 81 on March 20, Dolly was among the first to pay tribute to the music legend. A giant among country artists, Kenny sold tens of millions of records, won three Grammys and even enjoyed a successful acting career. “I’ve had so many wonderful years and wonderful times with my friend Kenny, but above all the music and the success I loved him as…

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life at home with the kids

Like millions of children around the world, the youngest royals have had their routine disrupted by the COVID-19 virus. With their school closed and playdates called off, Prince George, sister Princess Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis are confined to Anmer Hall, their family’s country home three hours outside of London. “They are missing their friends, but at least they have each other,” says a royal insider. Fortunately, the problems of the world haven’t put a damper on the children’s high spirits. When they’re not doing their school lessons remotely, George, 6, and Charlotte, 4, have been engaging in robust games of make-believe — often with Louis, 23 months, in tow. “Now that he’s a little older, they try to include him. He loves it,” says the insider. “They all have…