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April 23, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Janice Dickinson has filed for bankruptcy, the self-proclaimed world's first supermodel confirms. "I had some trouble, so yes, it is true," Dickinson confirmed to Radar Online on Monday. "I am upset and taking every step to pay everyone back and I feel terrible about it. " Court documents obtained by the New York Post allege that the former "America's Next Top Model" judge has racked up nearly $1 million in debt not only to the government but to plastic surgeons and comestic-procedure professionals who have enabled her penchant for looking youthful.
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April 23, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Janice Dickinson has filed for bankruptcy, the self-proclaimed world's first supermodel confirms. "I had some trouble, so yes, it is true," Dickinson confirmed to Radar Online on Monday. "I am upset and taking every step to pay everyone back and I feel terrible about it. " Court documents obtained by the New York Post allege that the former "America's Next Top Model" judge has racked up nearly $1 million in debt not only to the government but to plastic surgeons and comestic-procedure professionals who have enabled her penchant for looking youthful.
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September 2, 2005 | Gina Piccalo, Times Staff Writer
The disco ball was spinning, the music was loud and the sold-out crowd at the El Rey Theatre was primed for an evening with that mouthy ex-model, the self-proclaimed inventor of excess, the fearless memoirist and gargantuan ego that is Janice Dickinson, to take over the room, spank them with the profanity-laden confessions of a diva and leave them wanting more. What they got at the Tuesday night premiere of Dickinson's one-woman show "What Would Janice Do?"
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September 2, 2005 | Gina Piccalo, Times Staff Writer
The disco ball was spinning, the music was loud and the sold-out crowd at the El Rey Theatre was primed for an evening with that mouthy ex-model, the self-proclaimed inventor of excess, the fearless memoirist and gargantuan ego that is Janice Dickinson, to take over the room, spank them with the profanity-laden confessions of a diva and leave them wanting more. What they got at the Tuesday night premiere of Dickinson's one-woman show "What Would Janice Do?"
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December 30, 2005 | From Associated Press
Cast off by "America's Next Top Model," Janice Dickinson will get her own reality modeling show on the Oxygen network. Dickinson was ousted from the UPN show in May. During her four seasons on the show, she was the harshest critic of the model hunt's judging panel and often quarreled with fellow judges. She'll winnow 500 aspiring models down to five as she starts her own Hollywood modeling agency on what is tentatively titled "The Janice Dickinson Project."
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June 1, 2005
New show: Megan Mullally, talk show host? NBC Universal Television Distribution hopes so. It will be offering TV stations a series featuring the Emmy-winning actress from "Will & Grace" for the fall of 2006. New network: After 34 years on CBS, the Country Music Assn. awards show will be televised next year by ABC. New judges: "America's Next Top Model" will have new judges when it returns to UPN next season.
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October 11, 1999 | From: Michael Quintanilla,, Times Fashion Writer
If the world of fashion ever had a closing ceremony to rival that of, let's say, the Olympics, it happened with a stylish send-off for Japanese designer Kenzo at the Zenith pop concert hall. Until the wee hours of Friday morning, revelers toasted the 60-year-old couturier, who is retiring after 30 years in the business. The extravaganza featured more than 300 models, including Naomi Campbell, Laetitia Casta, Pat Cleveland, Janice Dickinson, Ines de la Fressange and Kadra.
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November 13, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
The L.A.-born fashion illustrator Tony Viramontes captured the gender-bending electricity of the 1980s like no one else. He made a name for himself with his drawings of dominant women dressed in the theatrical haute couture of the day. In addition to putting pencil to paper, he was also a clothing stylist, makeup artist and hairdresser who collaborated with Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, Chanel, Christian Dior and more to create images with...
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December 13, 2011
A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday. Amy Winehouse's dad is quoted as saying Lady Gaga "would be great" to play his daughter in a movie about her life. But another report quotes him as saying a movie won't happen. ( Mirror , Daily Mail ) The music industry executive injured in the Hollywood shooting last week has died. ( Los Angeles Times ) The song isn't so rosy for "Glee," which is seeing its ratings drop in its third season. ( Los Angeles Times )
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August 17, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Joey Kovar, the "Real World: Hollywood" cast member who went to rehab in this middle of the reality show's cycle in 2008, was reportedly found dead Friday morning at a friend's home in the Chicago area. The 29-year-old bodybuilder and aspiring actor was found with blood coming from his nose and ears and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to TMZ , which first reported the news. Family members suspect drugs were involved, the website said. Kovar, who appeared on the third "Celebrity Rehab" season in 2010, discussed his feelings about cocaine in his exit interview withDr.
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January 5, 1995 | MAUREEN SAJBEL
Jane Booke's sweeping jewel-colored velvets stand out in rooms full of people in black. Her career started in a similar way. She wore one of her own design, a flowing silk charmeuse and brocade dress, to Stephanie and Bernie Taupin's 1993 wedding. "Every five steps I got stopped," she says. Two days later, Darleen Whaley, owner of the L.A. store Comme Des Fous (and who was also at the Taupins' wedding) called and asked to see more. "I gathered up things from my closet, and she ordered 31 pieces."
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May 20, 2003 | Scott Sandell, Times Staff Writer
In Hollywood, it's what is known as "high concept": Take "Fear Factor," combine it with "American Idol" and make the contestants ... models! So you know that "America's Next Top Model" on UPN is going hit a low or two.
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