What a beautiful woman, who remembers Farrah? What would you like to say if you could say it?
we were tadpoles when she was popular. But the pictures don't lie. Smokin!
Her poster was on my wall along with Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith when I was a teenager .
I liked Jaclyn Smith from Charlies Angels too !
Tony, let's try this approach, is there any actress besides whoopi goldberg you wouldn't do?
Tony!!! I see you loved all of the ladies, I only have seen the re-runs, but I did look back at my oldest sister's hair and it was the same way. lolololo
And I still do love em AEvans at almost 50 my groove thang Is not what It used to be though !
I really enjoyed her in the Charlies Angels. The daffy/beauty seemed to work well.
She first showed up (or at least I first saw her) in the Wella shampoo ads. Like a lot of young women, I admired her hair.
I was so happy to have a Farrah jersey. I had to turn it inside out when I showed up to school wearing it.
Who could forget the beautiful Farrah! She was a strong and decent woman who contributed much to the world quite apart from her acting.
I grew up watching Charlie's Angels. I wanted SO badly to have her hair, was obsessed with it. She was, indeed a beautiful woman. I'm very sorry for her family.
I will always remember her as an actress in her younger years ... but all my respect goes to her final three years when she faced down cancer and refused to let it stand in her way.
I loved watching her in Charlie's Angels when I was growing up. Her and "Kelly" aka Jacqueline Smith were amazing, beautiful, and role models.
Her movie "The Burning Bed" really brought battered women issues out into the public eye. She totally gave 100% in that role.
Farrah...you were an inspiration, a trend-setter, a kind-hearted woman, and you will be deeply missed.
I cannot believe I missed this forum...
I think it was sad that due to all the publicity surrounding Michael Jackson's death everyone forgot that Farrah died too.
She certainly was an Icon....I remember all the chicas in the 80's would feather their hair like she did....my mom included.
I used to think my mom was a Charlie's Angel.
Back to Farrah...she was a strong lady who struggled with the illness for quite some time. Now she is resting in Peace. SAD
Farrah was an icon. I remember when everyone from 1st graders to old ladies wanted her hair...LOL...she was a lovely person!
I remember Farrah in 'Charlies Angels' quite well, and I remember being very shocked when she left the show after its first season. After seeing 'The Burning Bed', I realized why she made that decision. She was truly a very good dramatic actress who did not want to be known solely as a sex symbol.
And as much as I'm shocked and saddened by MJ's death, I remember my first two thoughts when I heard the news: 1) Those poor kids; and 2) The news is totally going to overshadow Farrah's death, and that is a real shame.
June 25th was definitely one for the books ! Between Michael Jackson and Farrah . It just reminds me how fast this ride of life goes ! These two were Icons of my childhood and teenage years .
Farrah is a lady that deserves a lot of respect for the way she handled to battle with cancer. She had a wonderful performance in The Burning Bed but mainly she was a pretty model with some lines on a TV show. I'm not saying she didn't have serious talent; maybe she just never got the roles. She certainly showed with The Burning Bed that she could handle it.
I am so happy this got started. I spent HOURS every day trying to force my hair to be feathered. I am glad someone else cares about something other then Michael...now, what about Ed McMahon?
I remember Farrah I wrote a hub about her. I like the fact that she made those dramatic movies...it opened up awareness about domestic violence. There was more to her than hair.
by Vince 3 years ago
Which of Charlie's Angels is the sexiest?Drew,Lucy, Or Cameron
by carpesomediem 9 years ago
Farrah Fawcett died after a three year battle with cancer this morning. She was a fighter to the very end, and I hope her life won't be forgotten with the news of Michael Jackson's passing this afternoon.
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