Marilyn Monroe photographed by Jock Carroll, 1952
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1953.
Elvis during his Army service, c. 1958
Marilyn Monroe, 1952
“The reason that I was saying the things that I was saying yesterday is because I was upset, and I’m not going to aplologize because I know that it’s not really worth anything. I will be civil with you during the show, but I’m not going to pretend that I’m happy with what happened between us. I know now that it was a huge mistake. You never know when to stop joking around and just be serious. I was trying to be serious, and you walked all over that. I will say that I didn’t mean everything that I said about you sucking…but that’s all I’ll say about that. We can’t be freinds untill you are real with yourself, and if you think that you are being true, then you really need to re-evaluate your values.”