Elizabeth Berkley Posts Showgirls Throwback Pic, Muses on Epic Film
Besides being a member of the Saved By the Bell cast, Elizabeth Berkley is best known for playing stripper Nomi Malone in the 1995 film Showgirls.
Two decades later, the NC-17 masterpiece has become a cult classic, a movie so beyond bad and unintentionally hilarious that it ironically won a legion of fans.
Elizabeth Berkley Posts Epic Saved By the Bell Throwback Pic, Showgirls Joke
Former Saved By the Bell star Elizabeth Berkley posted an epic throwback pic from the iconic show, while joking about a movie iconic in a different sense.
Check out the image she shared, and the caption she added:
15 Best Nude Scenes in Movie History: Ogle These Actresses Guilt-Free!
As a human being with eyes, and/or ears, and access to the Internet, you've probably heard that nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and several other A-list actresses were leaked online this week.
When the first semi-clothed pic appeared, it seemed like a bit of relatively harmless - albeit slightly pervy - fun. But as more shots of more actresses in less clothing hit the Web, we realized this was a gross invasion of privacy on a scale that we'd never seen before.
Saved By the Bell Cast: Where Are They Now?
First there were Saturday morning cartoons. Then we met Zach Morris and his brick of a cell phone and it was sayonara She-Ra! Hello, high school!
We rooted for Zach and Kelly to end up together and we cheered when they did. We watched Jesse Spano turn A.C. Slater into more than just a jock. We were there for Screech's first kiss.
Dancing With the Stars Results: Total Shock in the Ballroom!
After the last several Dancing With the Stars results shows have ended on a surprising notes this week had to fall in line with expectations ... right?
The ninth week of competition saw the six remaining celebs and their professional partners dancing for once again survival, with two routines apiece.
Dancing With the Stars Critics: Corbin Bleu, Elizabeth Berkley Have Unfair Edge!
Some Dancing With the Stars critics are hammering the show for the perceived unfair advantage of trained dancers Corbin Bleu and Elizabeth Berkley.