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Review: No need for Joan Shelley to scream for attentionJoan Shelley, "Over and Even" (No Quarter)1 year ago via Associated Press
ESPN's Shelley Smith Shaves Her Head After Revealing Breast Cancer Battle—See the Brave Pic!After revealing her breast cancer diagnosis in October, ESPN reporter Shelley Smith continues to empower and inspire those who are following her journey. The SportsCenter correspondent...2 years ago via E!Online
ESPN's Shelley Smith Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: "Early Detection Will Safe My Life"On Wednesday, Oct. 1—the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness month—ESPN reporter Shelley Smith took to Twitter to tell fans about her own diagnosis. "I now join the one...2 years ago via E!Online
Union J's second album to be acousticUnion J's George Shelley has revealed that their second album will be more acoustic than their first, as they've been able to have more input in their work.3 years ago via music-news
Kim Kardashian's Baby Shower: Kelly Osbourne, NeNe Leakes, Nicole Richie & More Celebs Attend Lavish "Ladies Brunch"It's baby shower time! Kim Kardashian, along with about 100 of her nearest and dearest, gathered together today at the Beverly Hills pad of Irving and Shelley Azoff to celebrate the...3 years ago via E!Online
Shelley Duvall Gets Help: Vivian Kubrick Sets Up GoFundMe Page After Dr. Phil Interview
Help is on the way for Shelley Duvall.
The 67-year-old star, who quit acting almost 15 years ago, recently drew sympathy from scores of viewers who watched promos for an interview she gave Dr. Phil, in which she revealed she is suffering from mental illness. Many people slammed Dr. Phil McGraw for allegedly exploiting the actress, even calling for a show boycott. One of them, Vivian Kubrick, daughter of Stanley Kubrick, who had directed Duvall in The Shining, said the interview "has nothing to do with compassionate healing."
Now she is taking the initiative to help the actress financially. On Friday, Vivian sent up a GoFundMe page to raise money for Duvall and as of Saturday morning, more than $14,500 has been donated—15 percent of a $100,000 goal.
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