Liz Smith, Gossip Columnist Who Dished On The Boldfaced Name Set, Dies At 94

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Liz Smith started her gossip career in the early 1950s writing about Shelley Winters for a pulp movie magazine and ended it nearly seven decades later tweeting about actor Ryan Gosling. In between, she dished with and about pretty much every author, entertainer, business mogul and political eminence in the news.

A blue-eyed blonde from Texas with a disarmingly self-effacing manner, Smith inserted herself into the peculiarly New York-Los Angeles orbit of celebrities, chronicling the mundane and significant events of their lives.

At her peak in the 1980s and 1990s, Smith's eponymous syndicated column ran in more than 70 newspapers. She publicly feuded with Donald Trump and Frank Sinatra, dropped acid with actress Holland Taylor, went ballooning in France with Malcolm Forbes and collected experiences as avidly as Elizabeth Taylor (one of her frequent subjects) collected jewelry.

In her column and in her 2000 memoir, "Natural Blonde," she dashed off anecdotes in breathless fashion.

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Source : http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-liz-smith-gossip-columnist-obituary-20171112-story.html

Liz Smith, gossip columnist who dished on the boldfaced-name set, dies at 94
Legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith who chronicled Trump's divorce and decades of salacious tittle-tattle in the Big Apple is dead at 94
Liz Smith, syndicated gossip columnist, dies at 94
Liz Smith, gossip columnist who dished on the boldfaced-name set, dies at 94
Liz Smith, syndicated gossip columnist, dies at 94
Liz Smith, gossip columnist who dished on the boldfaced-name set, dies at 94
Liz Smith, syndicated gossip columnist, dies at 94
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