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Remembering Elizabeth Taylor

Sean and Primetime Rival of 12 years Larry King appeared together for Larry's first appearance with Sean to discuss the fascinating and tragic life of Elizabeth Taylor. A friend of Larry's and someone he has interviewed many times over the years shared his favorite memories, and insight into the life of the woman who captivated the world with her eyes and undeniable talent.

Associated Press Article Published March 24:

 Elizabeth Taylor went from dazzling beauty in her glory years to self-described ruin in old age. She spent almost her entire life in the public eye, from tiny dancer performing at age 3 before the future queen of England, to child screen star to scandalous home-wrecker to three-time Academy Award winner for both acting and humanitarian work. A diva, she made a spectacle of her private life — eight marriages, ravenous appetites for drugs, booze and food, ill health that sparked headlines constantly proclaiming her at death's door.

All of it often overshadowed the fireworks she created on screen. Yet for all her infamy and indulgences, Taylor died Wednesday a beloved idol, a woman who somehow held onto her status as one of old Hollywood's last larger-than-life legends, adored even as she waned to a tabloid figure. Taylor, 79, died of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized for about six weeks. "We know, quite simply, that the world is a better place for Mom having lived in it.

Her legacy will never fade, her spirit will always be with us, and her love will live forever in our hearts," her son, Michael Wilding, said in a prepared statement. A star from her teen years in such films as "National Velvet," ''Little Women" and "Father of the Bride," Taylor won best-actress Oscars as a high-end hooker in 1960s "Butterfield 8" and an alcoholic shrew in a savage marriage in 1966's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" In the latter, she starred with husband Richard Burton, their on-screen emotional tempest considered a glimpse of their stormy real lives (they divorced in 1974, remarried in 1975 and divorced again a year later).

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