Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor 1932-2011. We lost a precious jewel today in Dame Elizabeth. Starting with "There's One Born Every Minute" in 1942 to when she was 12 years old with "National Velvet" being her breakout performance to her last piece of work the television movie "These Old Broads" with Debbie Reynolds in 2001.
Through 8 husband and 7 marriages and many illnesses, never has a star shone so bright and never will a star be so missed as DAME ELIZABETH TAYLOR. Her work for AIDS charities and countless other charities will live on forever because of Dame Elizabeth.
As she said once "There's nothing like a dame" and there will never be another Dame Elizabeth.