At the age of 79, Elizabeth Taylor said good-bye to all of us on March 23, 2011. Our legendary actress will be greatly missed. Our sincere condolences to her beloved family and friends. Our wordly iconic woman will always be remembered. As Joy Behar, comedian, writer, author, a co-host of talk show The View said, “what will the world be like without Elizabeth Taylor.” As an Anchor, author, host, journalist someone who had interviewed Ms. Taylor not once but five times, Barbara Walters appeared to be deeply sadden by her passing. Ms. Walters propably is one of a few who was offered to wear her renown carat diamond ring during an interview. It is said that this one of a kind carat ring was given to her by no else but the love of her life, the late Richard Burton.
Growing up in Haiti, getting ready to go the movies at El Dorado, a movie theatre located in the Bas Peu de Chose, to see actress Elizabeth Taylor was an opportunity of a lifetime. We would have before and after conversations among ourselves, and they were endless. At times we would have memorized word by word what she would have said and done. An Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton love moment on a big screen was precious. In an interview with Barbara Walters, she candidly replied about her love for Richard Burton, “we were so passionately in love, the highs…it was so intense.” Ca fait vivre! Love is a kiss, a touch and a hug. Love is passion. (an excerpt)
At a young age to be known to the world as a superstar actress was incredible. Just to say her name, Elizabeth Taylor was a phenomenon, un cri en Haiti; un cri de contentement et de sensation, bien sur. Elizabeth Taylor, the legendary actress famed for her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her marriages, has died, her publicist told CNN Wednesday… “She lived.” From the desk of Nicole Claude