Monthly Archives: October 2014

Friday, October 31, 2014

Bette Midler At Hulaween 2014


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Hulaween 2014: First Look – Bette Midler and Tony Danza


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Bette Midler To Guest On The TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON Wed, Nov 5th



Monday, November 3: Guests include Anne Hathaway, Gael Garcia Bernal and musical guest Stevie Nicks. Show 0154

Tuesday, November 4: Guests include Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer, Felicity Jones and musical guest FKA Twigs. Show 0155

Wednesday, November 5: Guests include Bette Midler, Jim Gaffigan and musical guest Bette Midler. Show 0156

**Thursday, November 6: Guests include Matthew McConaughey, Beth Behrs and musical guest Tove Lo. Show 0157 Read More

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I Put A Spell On You – Bette Midler – Hocus Pocus 1993 – HD edited

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Happy Halloween!


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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Bette Midler – It’s The Girls Album Trailer

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Bette Midler will appear in her first ever UK television special later this year.

Digital Spy
Bette Midler announced for ITV One Night Only special
By Sam Rigby
Thursday, Oct 30 2014, 8:01pm EDT


Bette Midler: One Night Only has been commissioned by ITV, and will be presented by Joanna Lumley.

Bette Midler performs on stage during the Oscars 2014
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Bette Midler will perform a selection of her biggest hits on ITV special

The singer and actress will perform a selection of her biggest hits, as well as songs from her new album It’s The Girls!, which sees her covering hits from some of the world’s biggest girl groups. Read More

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Outrageous Fortune Behind The Scenes



The reason for Bette Midler‘s oversized orange jumper throughout the film was because she was infact 5 months pregnant during shooting. The ‘baby bump’ started to become noticeable so wardrobe had to think fast. The director and crew were also concerned for Bette and her baby’s health in the final stages of filming as Bette volunteered to do most of her own stunts. Apparently there were some nervous faces during the scene at the end of the movie where Bette is attacked by the character Michael and falls partially down a cliff. Read More

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Bette Midler’s ‘Hulaween’ ready to dazzle us

Bette Midler‘s ‘Hulaween’ ready to dazzle us
By Liz Smith
Wednesday, October 29, 2014


I doubt it but maybe you think Bette Midler and I are just sitting around waiting for Halloween to envelope us. But, no! We are busy readying our costumes for Bette’s annual blast — the Restoration Project’s annual “Hulaween” at the Waldorf, where fashion’s Michael Kors will judge hundreds of costumes for his choice as “the best.”

This year, Bette’s money-raising to make NYC and environs more beautiful, cleaner and pleasant (as worthy of a great city) has the honorees Tony and Shelly Malkin. They actually own the Empire State Building and are big environmentalists and the night will also honor board member Sarah Nash. Earth Wind and Fire will blast away entertaining us. Read More

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

38 Things You Probably Don’t Know About “Hocus Pocus”

38 Things You Probably Don’t Know About “Hocus Pocus”
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posted on Oct. 28, 2014, at 4:01 p.m.
Jaimie Etkin
BuzzFeed Staff


1. The idea for Hocus Pocus came from David Kirschner, who was a producer and came up with the story. He created it as a bedtime story for his daughters.

2. Max Dennison (Omri Katz) was named after Kirschner, whose middle name is Max. He likes to think of the character as his alter ego.

3. Leonardo DiCaprio was offered “more money than [he] ever dreamed of” to play Max, but he instead decided to do What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Read More

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