what’s really funny about my case is that it’s still relevant apparently??

like two of my friends have actually had to do term papers in college on me and the surrogacy case which is hilarious

ralphwigguum asked: is there anywhere we can see the special on you?

I have a trillion copies of it on VHS but that’s the only form I’ve ever seen of it 😞 you can google search “JayCee Buzzanca” to read about my case but a lot of the info is wrong

Anonymous asked: Define test tube baby in your case

I made a long post awhile ago about it but I can’t get to it because I’m on my phone

but if you go in my “me” tag far enough it’s there

why wasn’t I born Jack Nicholson

Anonymous asked: what was your 48 hours special on omg

a custody battle and how I’m a test tube baby

Anonymous asked: Who are your biggest inspirations?

JUDY GARLAND, Julie Andrews, Joan Baez, Jack Nicholson, Christoph Waltz, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Katharine Hepburn, Lauren Bacall, Malcolm McDowell, Ann-Margret, Jane Fonda

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© Jean d’Hugues; Jane Birkin, 1969.

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You classic rock fans are the real deal. I show you a pic of Jimmy Page laughing and you’ll be able to tell me why he’s laughing, where he’s laughing, at what volume he’s laughing and for exactly how long, respect

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Anonymous asked: What inspired you to become an actress?

tbh I loved having attention on me because when I was 3, they did a “48 Hours” special on me; so I just got used to having cameras following me around and it was great omg

but also once my mum put me into acting after I got an agent and manager, I really fell in love with the craft itself

my mum didn’t even want me to act, but she was constantly approached by agents and managers who wanted to sign me because of my curly red Shirley Temple hair lawllllll

Mae West lips sofa, Salvador Dalí, 1937.

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250 films | 53 | A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

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