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re: Carol Bayer Sager

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Perfectly Marvelous
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 02:27am
Funny, a friend called me during AI tonight and asked me "Why do they have Joan Collins as one of the judges?"

My mom thought the exact same thing. She didn't catch the beginning, so when she came in, she was like "Hey! Is that Joan Collins?"

I felt like saying, "No, Mom. It's just her lame look-a-like."

[I'm joking, of course, I wouldn't ever call someone lame...]
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TheatreDiva90016
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 02:31am
*coughbullsh!tcough*
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Perfectly Marvelous
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 03:05am
I'm always nice.











"I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams." - Doctor Who

"Yes, the brutalities of progress are called revolutions. When they are over, men recognize that the human race has been harshly treated but it has moved forward." - Les Miserables

Updated On: 1/25/07 at 03:05 AM
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 03:13am
Play nice--her step daughter who was quite close to her commited suicide last week. I thought she was, honestly, too good a judge for the staged "pre audition" segments
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TheatreDiva90016
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 03:17am
That doesn't make her look any less freaky, or less of a liar.
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 03:23am
Most celebs of that age look kinda freaky... Liar?
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TheatreDiva90016
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 03:43am
Her Tony Award claims....
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 07:13am
Baby cried the day the circus came to town.....
i want to make thngs that count
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:14am
She HAS done some very famous work that I'm sure a lot of people don't even know she did.

But "Drop Dead Gorgeous" forever tainted my image of "Don't Cry Outloud."
"If you are going to do something, do it well. And leave something witchy." -Charlie Manson
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:26am
Am I alone in thinking that Carol looked great on AI? I was impressed. I thought she looked great. I don't think she looks like Joan Collins. Joan Collins says she has had no work done and after having seen LEGENDS, it is clear she hasn't. Carol looked refreshed and her skin looked great IMO.
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Updated On: 1/25/07 at 11:26 AM
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:30am
re: Carol Bayer Sager

Guess which is which!!!!!!

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TheatreDiva90016
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:34am
Carols skin was tighter than a drum. I'm sure if she tried crossing her legs, her mouth would snap open.
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:35am
That's a perfect description of it! HAHAHAH!
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:38am
I know her skin was tight, but she has had a good facelift, she looked smooth and youthful. I just think she needs to re-think the hair. That cotton ball look is not flattering. I've seen bad lifts before and here was clearly a well done surgery.
"The sexual energy between the mother and son really concerns me!"-random woman behind me at Next to Normal "I want to meet him after and bang him!"-random woman who exposed her breasts at Rock of Ages, referring to James Carpinello
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 11:42am
re: Carol Bayer Sager

"If you are going to do something, do it well. And leave something witchy." -Charlie Manson
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blueflame
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 12:42pm
That's CBS in the top photo alright.

BTW -Tony Nominee becomes Tony winner through carelessness as well. I had a friend who was a nom but mentioned a a "winner" in a Cindy Adams column -- that someone used as reference when doing her bio for some out of town stuff - thus she became a WINNUH!
And I saw Betty Buckley once referred to as a Tony Nominee in public and her back went up like a cobra.
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Updated On: 1/25/07 at 12:42 PM
Danielm
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 12:49pm
"I know her skin was tight, but she has had a good facelift, she looked smooth and youthful."

We'll have to agree to disagree on that Bettyboy--I guess "good facelift" is a relative term. I don't think there's anything youthful about a person whose face doesn't move. I think most people who have extensive plastic surgery look plastic and sort of mummified.
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 12:50pm
Well, check out betty's avatar.
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Bettyboy72
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:01pm
No Taylor Dayne haters, please!!! :)
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:04pm
I didn't know that was Taylor Dayne.

(Whom I HATED in AIDA, btw.)

I just saw a woman that looks like she's had some work done. That's all.
"If you are going to do something, do it well. And leave something witchy." -Charlie Manson
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Bettyboy72
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:09pm
I guess IMO some women look good a little pulled and wrinkle-less. I think facelifts just work better on some than others. I'm gay so I have a much different take than straight guys, most of whom I know abhor facelifts. I think Carol looks good. The cheese stands alone on this. Her lack of expression was a nice counter to Paula making every expression in the book and censoring nothing.
"The sexual energy between the mother and son really concerns me!"-random woman behind me at Next to Normal "I want to meet him after and bang him!"-random woman who exposed her breasts at Rock of Ages, referring to James Carpinello
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:11pm
Quote of the day. Thanks for that.

I'm gay too, buster. Can't stand it.
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Bettyboy72
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:13pm
Munk, I mean look at the picture you posted. She looks pretty. I'd rethink the hair, but I think she looks good.
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munkustrap178
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:18pm
Makeup does wonders.

Photos do wonders.

As I said before, I saw her at a party a few years ago and I almost pissed myself. It was frightening.

Even Joan Rivers. She looks bad on TV, but not frightening. In person, she looks like an absolute mutant.

Now, Carole doesn't look bad or ugly - no one ever said that. But I wouldn't go as far as to say that her facelife or whatever looks "pretty." She's a pretty woman, she will always be one - surgery or not.
"If you are going to do something, do it well. And leave something witchy." -Charlie Manson
Danielm
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:24pm
I'm gay too and I hate the sort of Barbie Doll effect. All these women start to look the same. They have the same nose, the same lips. I really like Taylor Dayne but I don't like to see them do this to themselves. I also hate the lack of facial expressions--it's so Stepford.
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robbiej
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re: Carol Bayer Sager
Posted: 1/25/07 at 01:44pm
Margo,

Regarding the cabaret Tony-winner/nominee...I guess some things really ARE black & white, if ya know what I mean.

I was SO impressed with her when I was told she was a Tony nominee. And then I found out she was a-lying! Shee-it!
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