Here are two classic songs performed by the great crooner Al Martino, chosen to enhance the beauty of excentric Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Zsa Zsa Gabor (born in 1917) is a Hungarian-born American actress and socialite. She was born Sári Gábor in Budapest, Hungary (then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire). She had two sisters, Magda and Éva, both well-known actresses and socialites. Gabor's mother was of Jewish ancestry and was related to Annette Tillemann, the wife of politician Tom Lantos. Gabor was named after the then top Hungarian actress Sári Fedák, also called Zsa Zsa because her daughter was unable to pronounce the name Sári, which is the Hungarian equivalent of Sarah. Following studies at a Swiss boarding-school, Gabor won the Miss Hungary beauty contest in 1936, but was disqualified for being underage. On a trip to Vienna in the same year, she was discovered by the famous tenor Richard Tauber and was invited to sing the soubrette rôle in his new operetta "Der singende Traum" ("The Singing Dream") at the Theater an der Wien, her first stage appearance. Gabor has been married nine times (she is namely Paris Hilton's great-aunt!). In 1974, Gabor purchased from Elvis Presley a two-story Bel Air home with an eccentric-looking French roof, built by Howard Hughes. In the late 1950's, Gabor had dinner with Frank Sinatra at LaRue's on the Sunset Strip and spent only one romantic evening with him. Gabor also had a relationship with Porfirio Rubirosa, a noted Dominican international playboy and diplomat. She refused to leave George Sanders to marry Rubirosa, whereupon Rubirosa married Barbara Hutton (for 73 days) and then renewed his relationship with Gabor. Gabor's initial fame came from her work as an actress, and grew from her public appearances in the 1970's and 1980's. Her most famous films include: "Moulin Rouge" (1952), "The Story of Three Loves" (1953), "Lili" (1953), "3 Ring Circus" (1954), "Death of a Scoundrel" (1956), "The Girl in the Kremlin" (1957), "Queen of Outer Space" (1958), "For the First Time" (1959), and many others.
She passed away on December, the 18th of 2016, aged nearly 100!
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