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Thursday
Nov032011

Michelle Williams Short Hair 'Memorial' to Heath Ledger

Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Hollywood Film Awards(NEW YORK) -- In a new interview for Elle magazine, the fiercely private Michelle Williams opened up about her signature cropped hairdo and why she refuses to grow her hair long, despite her daughter Matilda’s wish.

“What Matilda would love is for her mom to grow out the cropped hair, though that’s unlikely to happen any time soon,” she said about her six-year-old daughter with former partner Heath Ledger.

“I’ve really grown into it -- I feel like myself with short hair. And it’s been a really long time since I had long hair, five years,” she explained.

“Of course, the only people who like it are gay men and my girlfriends. Straight men across the board are not into this hair!” she added.

But one man did, she revealed.

“I cut it for the one straight man who has ever liked short hair and I wear it in memorial of somebody who really loved it,” she said of Ledger who died suddenly in 2008 at age 28.

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Friday
Nov192010

Loft Where Heath Ledger Died Listed for $5 Million

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(NEW YORK) --  The New York City loft where actor Heath Ledger was staying when he died has been listed for $5 million.

Ledger was paying about $25,000 a month when he rented the lower Manhattan apartment. The Dark Knight posthumous Oscar winner died there in early 2008 from an accidental overdose of prescription medicine.

The three bedroom, 4,400-square-foot residence has since been completely renovated, and is one of the few available in the 1920s cast iron loft building, where prices range from $3.9 million for a modest apartment to $20 million for the penthouse.

Copyright 2010 ABC News Radio

The New York City loft where actor Heath Ledger was staying when he died has been listed for $5 million.

 

Ledger was paying about $25,000 a month when he rented the lower Manhattan apartment. The Dark Knight Oscar-winner died there in early 2008 from an accidental overdose of prescription medicine.

 

The three bedroom, 4,400-square-foot residence has since been completely renovated, and is one of the few available in the 1920s cast iron loft building, where prices range from $3.9 million for a modest apartment to $20 million for the penthouse.








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