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With her flowing red hair and acrobatic moves, Tawny Kitaen appeared in videos for bands like Whitesnake and Ratt.
When “La Bamba” premiered in the summer of 1987, the expectations for its success were low. Yet the biopic, made for just $6.5 million, went on to gross more than $54 million. Adjusted for inflation, that’s more than $120 million.
“She used to say, ‘First I’ll finish the show, then I can die,’” her daughter, Martina Corgnati, said. “The show came before everything.”
BTS takes a different approach to K-pop on its new EP: ease
BTS is funding a new series of global arts projects, featuring 22 artists including Antony Gormley
BTS’s rappers often dictate the group’s sound: @JonCaramanica reviews “Love Yourself: ‘Her’”