We challenge you this time to choose the most beautiful Hollywood legend.
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Elizabeth Taylor, the actress known for her great beauty and violet eyes. She won the Oscar twice, for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the film “Butterfield 8” (1960) and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (1966).
After 79 years of life lived in full, Elizabeth Taylor passed away. She was a gorgeous woman and a great actress but unfortunately her heart couldn’t survive.
Grace Kelly was one of the most admired women in the world. Even today she represents a standard of beauty, grace and style.
Besides her status as an actress and a sex symbol, Grace Kelly was also Princess Grace of Monaco, a noble title she acquired after her marriage to Prince Rainier Grimaldi III of Monaco in 1957. Her acting career didn’t end with the marriage, as she played no less than 11 memorable roles after gaining the title of nobility.
Even today, Audrey Hepburn is considered a model of beauty and elegance, and many times sha has been named one of the most beautiful women of all time. Her image is used in many advertising campaigns. Her clothing style is still popular among women today. The black Givenchy dress she wore in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s was sold in 2006 for over £ 462,000, the highest price ever paid for a dress from a movie.
She was the winner of two Oscars, one for the interpretation of the character Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind (1939) and the second for her role as Blanche DuBois in the production of A Streetcar Named Desire (1951).
Leigh often felt limited by her highly acclaimed beauty, which she thought prevented her from being taken seriously in her career as an actress.
Brigitte Bardot confessed in her memoirs, Initiales BB, that she used to be an ugly, shy girl in her childhood, wearing a teeth pointing device. The transformation into a beautiful woman and the brilliant career she enjoyed were formed gradually.
She first worked as a model for major fashion houses of Paris. In the beginning – she says – no one was interested in her. Until 1956 when she triumphs in the film Et Dieu la femme (And God created the woman), directed by Roger Vadim. He is the one that launched a new image of womanhood, free of complexes, direct, innocent and provocative at the same time.