Yesterday, we mentioned was the three year anniversary of the passing of Farrah Fawcett, Charlie’s favorite angel.
Ryan O’Neal, who had rekindled his relationship with the iconic beauty until she lost her battle with cancer, was spotted wearing a shirt paying tribute to her on Monday.
Check out Ryan sporting the legendary photo of Farrah (above).
Ryan himself is currently battling cancer and revealed why the two never got married, despite having their son, Redmond, together.
In his memoir, Both of Us: My Life With Farrah, O’Neal confessed:
It's SO hard to believe that today marks the three year anniversary of the death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Of course, we cannot forget that American beauty Farrah Fawcett passed the same day 3 years ago as well.
Many music artists and dancers today would be nowhere had it not had been for the influence, inspiration and musical genius in which MJ shared with the world.
We remember Michael today especially, as his memory and music will forever live on!
Seems like everyone's been speaking out about the day that became ingrained in all of our memories and pop culture history, including
TIME magazine has made a list of the top 100 most influential fashion icons since 1923, but it's who they left off the list that's really creating a buzz.
Noticeably missing from the list of designers, models, photographers, editors, muses, and stylists include Rachel Zoe, Tyra Banks, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Sarah Jessica Parker — and that's just off the top of our head!
Geez. TIME's selection committee is strict!
So who were the lucky 100 that made the cut? See for yourself AFTER THE JUMP!
Tyra Banks worked the red carpet at the Blossom Ball on Thursday night!
The ANTM hostess was looking exceptionally glamorous in the strapless, black and grey chiffon gown.
We like the bracelet, but we LOVE the dangling earrings. They were the perfect shape and size for the dress. And with that Farrah Fawcett hair, you can see their shine from a mile away.
Get a better look at those and other details of her look in the gallery (below)!
[Image via C. Smith/Wenn.]
Back in August, Ryan O'Neal landed in a bit of trouble with the University of Texas. The institute claimed that Ryan was in possesion of an Andy Warhol original painting that was promised to the school by Farrah Fawcett. While they have yet to claim the porttrait of Farrah done by Andy that they are after, they have collected other artifacts from Farrah's collection, including a Warhol "Napkin" that Ryan is insistent on getting back.
Therefore, he has filed a counter-suit against the school to get what he wants from them. The paperwork reads:
As we previously reported, the son of Ryan O'Neal and Farrah Fawcett was arrested in Santa Monica on August 2 for failing to stop at a red light.
Redmond O'Neal was subsequently charged with felony possession of heroin and being in possession of a firearm.
During his court appearance was this Wednesday morning, he
This again? UGH! Why?! Just let it die already! People are just so damn greedy!
For those of you who don't know, besides having to children in a lot of trouble, Ryan O'Neal is in a heap himself. He was sued early in July by the University of Texas, who claim that his late lover Farrah Fawcett left them all her artwork in her will, including an epsecially famous Andy Warhol portrait. However, Ryan insisted that the paiting belonged to him and refused to part with it. That's when Craig Nevius, who worked on the docuseries Chasing Farrah, stepped in and helped the university with his case. Ryan in turn sued him for defmation to the ring-a-ding sound of $1 million.
Yesterday, Craig decided to