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Debbie Reynolds – a real American sweetheart
One of the few remaining stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Debbie Reynolds has it all. Prolific star of the screen, singer and dancer of undeniable talent, and a beauty with a career spanning over seven decades, no one can deny that this is a true legend of the entertainment industry. Don’t miss out on Debbie Reynolds tickets, available to buy or sell right here on StubHub today!
Born for the bright lights of Hollywood
Descended from Irish, Scottish and English ancestry, Reynolds was born in El Paso, Texas in 1932 to a poor family living in a shack. They later moved to California, where Mary Frances Reynolds began her transformation into Debbie Reynolds, the star we all know and love today. At sixteen she won the Miss Burbank beauty pageant and soon after signed a contract with Warner Bros. She moved to MGM two years later and starred in a whole host of musical movies, including "Three Little Worlds", which earned her a Golden Globe nomination for "Most Promising Newcomer" in 1950. Her real breakout role, however, was in the hit film "Singin’ in the Rain", where she starred alongside the genius Gene Kelly. Reynolds went on to feature in more Hollywood classics such as "How the West Was Won", "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (for which she received an Academy Award nomination), "Charlotte’s Web" and many, many more. Yet while Debbie Reynolds became a favourite of Hollywood’s most prolific film directors, she also saw success on Broadway, where she was nominated for "Best Actress" for her performance in the musical "Irene" at the 1973 Tony Awards, and graced the stage in productions such as "Annie Get Your Gun" and "Woman of the Year". Enjoy this incredible talent live in action and use StubHub to buy or sell Debbie Reynolds tickets now.
Topping the charts
Reynolds not only captivated audiences on the screen, but her voice set her apart from the rest. Her recording of "Tammy" topped the charts for five weeks, earned a Golden Record and was one of the best-selling singles of 1957. Reynolds’ rendition reportedly inspired Olivia Newton-John’s performance in "Grease". Later, she would perform two shows a night at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas for around three months of the year for ten years, belting out hit after hit for thousands of fans – and she’s still at it today! Make sure you grab Debbie Reynolds tickets via StubHub to ensure you don’t miss out on all your favourite hits sung by the legend herself. Tickets are available to buy or sell today!
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