"Flipping Out" star Megan Weaver once stayed in the Oscar winner's beach house in Malibu, Calif.
Exploration company Caladan Oceanic said a team of divers on the first expedition to the Titanic in 14 years have found that the ship has started to collapse.
Cher was finally awarded her much deserved Icon Award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards last night and as well as delivering an epic acceptance speech, she blew us away with an age-defying performance of her hits ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ and ‘Believe’, making everyone forget that she is, in fact, an incredible 71 years old. The singer stormed the stage in Las Vegas on May 21 in what was her first awards show performance in over 15 years and donned her famous black curly wig and leather jacket to sing her 80s hit, before switching to a diamond bikini and bleached locks for her 90s banger. Unlike Madonna’s cringe-inducing performances when she dresses in barely there outfits, Cher had everyone’s support and the crowd were on their feet as she stunned them with energetic dance routines and a note perfect recital.
It will be part of a major tourism project run by Seven Star Energy Investment Group and partly funded by the government of Daying County. The controversial project will also include a simulated sinking, which has drawn criticism from some quarters.
A new resort in China’s Sichuan province is building a life-size replica of the Titanic. Guests will not only get to board the new vessel, but will experience a simulation of the infamous 1912 iceberg disaster.
In the brave account, Lightoller recalls how several of his colleagues were seen calmly strolling the decks of the doomed vessel in a bid to reassure passengers as the tragedy unfolded. It’s believed that he penned the note to a colleague of Dr John Simpson, a surgeon who perished in the disaster, writing it as he sailed back to London from New York. Surgeon John E. Simpson was on the Titanic (not Asst.
<p>Fancy getting your hands on Lawrence of Arabia’s headscarf? Desperate to become the owner of Winston Churchill’s Stetson?</p><p>Well get yourself down to Christie’s Out of the Ordinary auction, where these curiosities are among the lots going under the hammer. </p><p>A hundred-strong collection of fascinating oddments amassed by Jersey-based collector David Gainsborough Roberts over a 40-year period will be up for grabs in September.</p><p>The priciest lot is expected to be a glitzy 14-carat gold, diamond and enamel world heavyweight title belt owned by American boxer William Harrison “Jack” Dempsey, with an estimated price of £15,000.</p>
For instance, Rudd almost became Titanic’s Jack Dawson, as the actor admitted that he had auditioned to play the ill-fated deuteragonist in the 1997 disaster movie. “I auditioned for Titanic… for the Kate Winslet part,” he joked.