Carol Burnett celebrated her 90th birthday last night, and Julie Andrews paid a lovely tribute to her after decades of friendship.
Carol Burnett is celebrating her 90th birthday today, and she’s admitting that she’s “one of the luckiest broads in the world.”
Carol Burnett show is speaking out ahead of her 90th birthday to say that “The Carol Burnett Show” could never be on TV today.
Ahead of her 90th birthday, Carol Burnett is reminiscing about how she met her best friend Julie Andrews back in 1961.
Carol Burnett has revealed that she still loves getting fan mail decades after her sketch comedy show went off the air.
It’s been 21 years since Carrie Hamilton died of lung cancer at 38, but her mother Carol Burnett still thinks about her all the time.
The Hollywood comedic icon Carol Burnett is reflecting on her life as she is preparing to turn 90 later this month.
Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett have been friends for decades, and they reunited last week for the latter’s 90th birthday special.
NBC is giving Carol Burnett a two-hour special for her 90th birthday later this year, and her friend Julie Andrews is involved.
Carol Burnett recently opened up about how hard she had to fight to get “The Carol Burnett Show” on the air.
Carol Burnett says that she got a “sign” from her dead daughter Carrie Hamilton as she opened the play that they wrote together.
Julie Andrews was once attacked for being “condescending and mean” by one of her famous co-stars on a classic film.
When Carol Burnett began trending on Twitter yesterday, fans feared that she may be dead. But you’ll love the real reason she was trending.
Carol Burnett recently spoke out to say that she has no plans to retire at the age of 89, and she has a new show in the works!
Julie Andrews has revealed that she almost turned down the role she played in “Sound Of Music” because of one thing.
Julie Andrews is revealing all about her recent reunion with the Von Trapp kids from the classic movie “The Sound Of Music.”
She was given the AFI Life Achievement Award and the actors who played the Von Trapp children showed up to honor her.
Vicki Lawrence, who got her start on “The Carol Burnett Show,” is opening up about her emotional return to performing.