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VIDEO: Glenda Sings! Jackson Is Forever Blowing Bubbles in Appearance with Peter Travers

Just last week, the great Glenda Jackson was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in Three Tall Women and now she is celebrating in song! Watch below as she stops by ABC News' Popcorn With Peter Travers, where she sang along to "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," which was featured in her 1969 movie, Women in Love.

Jackson most recently played the title role in Shakespeare's King Lear at The Old Vic, for which she won both the London Evening Standard Award for Best Actress and the Critics' Circle Award for Best Shakespearean Performance. Ms. Jackson made her professional debut in 1957 in Separate Tables at the Worthing Repertory Company, before spending four seasons at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Her Broadway credits include The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (Tony Award® nomination), Rose (Tony nomination), Strange Interlude (Tony nomination), and Macbeth (Tony nomination).

Film credits include Marat/Sade; Ken Russell's Women in Love (Academy Award®); The Music Lovers; Sunday Bloody Sunday (Academy Award nomination, BAFTA Award); Mary, Queen of Scots; A Touch of Class (Academy Award, Golden Globe® Award); The Romantic Englishwoman; Hedda (Academy Award nomination); The Incredible Sarah; House Calls; and Stevie. In 1971, Ms. Jackson starred as Queen Elizabeth I in the BBC television series "Elizabeth R," a role which garnered her two Emmy® Awards. She was nominated for Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for "The Patricia Neal Story." In addition to her acting career, Ms. Jackson spent 23 years as a Member of Parliament, and was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1978.

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