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Originally posted 10/14/2014 12:50PM
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Originally posted 08/28/2013 03:00PM
If you want to have the best Halloween ever, Martha Stewart can make your wish come true.
Over the years, she's morphed into a spellbinding sorceress, a golden goddess, a glam vampire – even Medusa for the Oct. 31 holiday. "This year, I have been transformed into Fairy GrandMartha," the domestic diva, 72, tells PEOPLE of her annual autumn makeover, which will be featured on the cover of her magazine's Halloween issue. (See behind-the-scenes photos of the cover shoot and the final result above.)
Originally posted 04/25/2013 09:00AM
Before she was a lifestyle guru and media mogul, Martha Stewart was comfortable on a catwalk – sort of.
Stewart, who now espouses confidence in her daily life as she juggles all her businesses, tells Parade in a new interview that she wasn't always as steady on her feet – especially as a 13-year-old model.
"I knew I was good enough to get $60 an hour, which was the going rate at the time," Stewart, 71, tells Parade, adding that she started modeling "just for money." "I wasn't the cover girl. I wasn't Suzy Parker. But I should've been."
"Maybe if I had had somebody encouraging me," she says. "But then I got married when I was 19."
Originally posted 05/21/2005 09:00AM
New York's 6,000-seat Radio City Music Hall could have been re-named Ellen DeGeneres Music Hall on Friday, with the 32nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony showering gold on the talk-show host and her program.
Originally posted 03/02/2005 12:00PM
Martha Stewart, who is set to leave prison this Friday, got some more good news Wednesday: Her home show Martha Stewart Living nabbed three Daytime Emmy nominations.
Originally posted 09/20/2004 09:00AM
REDESIGNED: "Survivor" and The Apprentice producer Mark Burnett, describing himself as a "good friend" of disgraced domestic diva Martha Stewart, tells New York's Daily News he plans to retool her Martha Stewart Living TV program once his pal serves out her prison sentence for lying to federal investigators looking into a stock deal. "We will be presenting the information in different ways," he said. "There's a lot she has to get through in the short run," Burnett says of his future collaborator, "so I look forward to working with her in 2005. Right now, she needs her space."
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