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Elaine Kaufman, who ministered to writers and actors, both renowned and obscure, at her Upper East Side restaurant and bar for nearly 50 years, died today (Dec. Sidney Lumet, Peter Maas, Eli Wallach, Raquel Welch, Jackie Mason, Billy Dee Williams and Cheryl Tiegs were just some of the celebrities who frequented Elaine’s.

roles in the fourth installment in the disaster franchise, Syfy and The Asylum announced Wednesday.

Tara Reid will also return to reveal the outcome of the fan-voted #April Lives or #April Dies social-media campaign, which will decide whether her character survived the previous film's cliffhanger.

Cheryl Rae Tiegs is a professional model, actress, entrepreneur and designer, best known for her "Pink Bikini" poster, which became an iconic image of 1970's pop culture and her appearances on the covers of the TIME ad Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

She was included in 2012 Men's Health Magazine's list of "100 Hottest Women of All Time" and in the 2008 list of 50 Most Beautiful People. Till now she has been married four times and all the time she got separated with her husbands.

» - [email protected](Keith Girard) Nearly one year after his longtime love Farrah Fawcett passed away, it seems Ryan O' Neal has found love again.

The actor is reportedly dating '70s supermodel Cheryl Tiegs.UPDATE: Cheryl Tiegs later clarified her comments, tweeting, "To clarify re bodyweight. Being anorexic/bulimic/overweight all connected to health problems. But I don't think it's healthy in the long run.” Graham hasn’t responded to Tiegs’ comments, but did tell Ellen De Generes on Thursday’s episode of “Ellen” that she is not a fan of the term “plus-size” model. I think we have to promote women to be healthy at every size, as long as they're getting off the couch and moving their body.” Watch!The shot of Cheryl Tiegs in that fishnet suit is one of the most famous modeling photos of all time. And even though it was taken more than 30 years ago, it’s so controversial that Terry Mc Donell, editor of the Sports Illustrated group, says that even today, he wouldn’t consider putting that shot on the cover.

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