Links to the past with relevance today:
VANITY FAIR: Sharon Tate's (1943-1969) surviving sister Debra Tate (b. 1952) loooved the performance Margot Robbie (b. 1990) gave as her sister in Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood (2019).
She recently said:
“She made me cry because she sounded just like Sharon. The tone in her voice was completely Sharon, and it just touched me so much that big tears [started falling]. The front of my shirt was wet. I actually got to see my sister again ... nearly 50 years later.”
PEOPLE: It was Prince William, now 37, who set the standard for tongue-out baby pics.
BOY CULTURE: George Hamilton hits the big 8-0!
EW: The most famous works of J.D. Salinger (1919-2010) will finally become available as e-books.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Faint praise in this early mini-review of Face It, the memoir by Debbie Harry, 74.
TWITTER: Macy Gray, 51, sings the Golden Girls theme song!