11:39 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 09/05/2013 08:00AM
Michelle Williams, welcome to the cabaret!
The three-time Oscar nominee is set to make her Broadway debut in the Roundabout Theater Company's revival of Cabaret, opening in April, The New York Times reports.
Williams, 32, will play the lead role of Sally Bowles, made famous by Liza Minnelli in the 1972 film, for which Minnelli won the Oscar.
Originally posted 06/28/2012 06:00AM
Liza Minnelli was just left of center stage Tuesday night in New York City while dining with pals at Upper East Side bistro Match 65.
"Her table was right near the hostess stand," an onlooker tells PEOPLE of the iconic entertainer. "She looked fantastic and appeared to smoke more than she ate."
Minnelli munched on kumamoto oysters and escargot with extra garlic, while sipping on iced tea.
Dressed in all black, she put on an "amazing" wine-colored fedora before she left, says the observer, adding, "She looked like a pimp!"
– Kristin Boehm
Originally posted 01/10/2010 04:10PM
Liza Minnelli is planning to undergo knee-replacement surgery in the next week in a New York hospital and will be unable to attend the Grammy Awards on Jan. 31, her rep tells PEOPLE.
"Minnelli, who has been dancing on stage since she was a teenager, is 63," the rep says. "She is expected to make a full recovery."
The legendary entertainer's album Liza's at the Palace, the original cast recording from her Tony-winning Broadway engagement, is nominated for best traditional pop vocal album. A DVD of the show is out Feb. 2.
Watch the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards on Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, live on CBS – and catch up on all the news and style from the show on PEOPLE.com!
Originally posted 01/03/2008 09:10AM
Just one month after her dramatic onstage collapse, Liza Minnelli is recovering and ready to perform, her lawyer, Allen Arrow, said in an Associated Press report posted on the singer's Web site.
The 61-year-old entertainer was performing Dec. 12 in Goteborg, Sweden's second-largest city, when she collapsed while walking offstage.
Originally posted 12/14/2007 05:25PM
After collapsing on stage in Sweden, Liza Minnelli was advised by a doctor to return to New York for additional medical attention, her rep said Friday.
"She became very ill shortly after the show began," rep Liz Rosenberg says in a statement about Wednesday's concert. "Ms. Minnelli ... had complained of dizziness prior to the start of the show. As a result, she was unable to finish her performance, and was rushed back to her hotel by her manager."
The 61-year-old Cabaret star was performing the last of four shows in Sweden as part of her world tour.
"A doctor, upon examining her, and in consultation with her NY physician, determined that it would be necessary for the Oscar-winning actress and singer to immediately return to New York City to receive further medical evaluation," the statement says.
–Nick White and KC Baker
Originally posted 12/13/2007 09:55AM
Liza Minnelli collapsed during a performance in Stockholm, Sweden, on Wednesday and was hospitalized before being flown back to the U.S. on Thursday morning.
Minnelli, 61, made it a few songs into a Christmas show but could not continue, Reuters reports. "It was a terrible situation," said local promoter Michael Silfverskiold. "She fell off the side of the stage. The production manager caught her."
Originally posted 03/25/2005 08:00AM
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Originally posted 12/27/2004 03:00PM
Liza Minnelli was taken to a New York hospital early Monday morning after a bodyguard called 911 saying that the singer had fallen out of bed and hit her head, sources tell PEOPLE.
Originally posted 11/11/2004 08:00AM
In a $100-million lawsuit, Liza Minnelli's former bodyguard and chauffeur is accusing the singer of routinely beating him and forcing him to have sex with her, according to court papers unsealed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday.
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