“What’s that, dear, I can’t hear you with the sound of you letting out a spoiled brat whine over having to do a job you were paid to do!” is what Dame Diana is obviously thinking in that picture.
Since mid-March, Lauren Ambrose was singing her vocal cords off as Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady on Broadway 8 times a week (Tuesday through Sunday with 2 shows on both Wednesday and Saturday). But producers announced earlier this week that starting this weekend, Lauren will take the Sunday matinee off to rest her voice and the role of Eliza will be played by her understudy Kerstin Anderson. Dame Diana Rigg, who is made of pure iron and plays the non-singing role of Henry Higgins’ mother in the production, isn’t happy about that change and let everyone know. The other big story here is that this is some Broadway drama that doesn’t involve thee legendary La LuPone for once.
Angela Lansbury may use a silly magnifying glass to solve murders as Jessica Fletcher but she doesn’t need any such contrivance to solve rapes. Angela is here to let you know that the number one cause of rape is women’s fashion and old fashioned strumpetry. According to Telegraph UK, Angela, who is 92 years old, gave the unusual victim-blaing “hot take” on the current Weinsteinageddon situation during a Radio Times interview.
Angela Lansbury, who is 91 years old, says she’s ready to take her sweater vests out of the cedar box, dust off the mouse poops and reprise her role as Jessica Fletcher for a final episode of Murder She Wrote.