An auction of costumes, memorabilia and other items owned by Zsa Zsa Gabor have sold for more than $900,000, including a $20K diamond-and-gold necklace with Gabor's catchphrase “dah-ling” and a $24K grand piano. The actress and socialite died in 2016 at the age of 99.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin didn’t attend last night’s Apollo gala kicking off the 50th anniversary of the first time humans landed on the moon; Aldrin is a usual attendee at the annual black-tie event. It came in the wake of a lawsuit filed against his two adult kids for financial and elder exploitation.
Ronda Rousey is making history: the UFC announced they’re inducting her as their first female Hall of Famer in a ceremony this July 5 in Las Vegas. “There would be no women in UFC without Ronda Rousey,” UFC President Dana White said in the statement.
Nicolas Sarkozy told a French court there was “no evidence” he received illegal funding from Muammar Gaddafi for his 2007 presidential campaign and said the case has made his life “hell.” The former French president has a complicated relationship with the former Libyan leader.
Megan Markle’s guest Oprah Winfrey switched her dress the night before the royal wedding as beige would be “too ‘white’ for a wedding,” she posted on Instagram. Stella McCartney’s team, who also dressed Markle, worked overnight to prepare a pretty pink alternative.
After announcing in March 2018 that his company, Outlier Society, will adopt an "inclusion rider," WarnerMedia has officially teamed up with Michael B. Jordan to improve diversity in film, starting with his new movie, 'Just Mercy.' "I applaud them for taking this enormous step forward,” Jordan said.