Movie Picture A smiling Joan Collins at after soiree at Colors on Bedford{0} might have taken a page out of her book, Art of Living Well, Looking Good, and Feeling Great, at the opening night of Legends. She didn't feel very well (battling a flu bug), but she did look great, despite a zipper malfunction on the back of her dress, which exposed her lingerie on stage. (Well, at least she was wearing underwear)! {1}, her nemesis in Dynasty, and co-star, tried in vain to zip her up. But nothing stopped this trooper from going on with the show to the delight of the star-studded audience.
Movie Picture Designer Nolan Miller (Dynasty & Legends)Among other Legends who attended the after soirée at Colors on Bedford, were {2} and {3} (sporting a silver moustache for his role in Hustle), R.J's former co-star (Hart to Hart), {4} and a wheel chair bound {5} (Poltergeist). Congratulating Joan for her super human efforts were her hubby of five years, {6}, who is one of the Producers of the show, Designer {7}, and her authoress sister, {8}, who just completed her 25th novel, Drop Dead Beautiful, which will be released in April. No doubt her sexy sibling could play this part with her eyes closed.

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Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and resulted in a massive loss of life, both human and animal. IDA-Project Hope was one of the first groups on the ground when Katrina hit the Gulf region in August 2005. Over the months, Project Hope provided shelter for homeless animals at their sanctuary in Mississippi, coordinated food and water drops for strays still wandering the barren streets of New Orleans, and continues today to transport surviving dogs and cats from devastated areas to shelters and new homes in other parts of the country. Its been well over a year now since Katrina struck, yet IDA's Project Hope remains one of the few groups in the Gulf region still helping Katrina's animal victims.