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Start Spreading The News It’s Liza’s Birthday ~Entertainment ~Event ~Virtual

On March 12th 2021 on Liza Minnelli’s 75th birthday there is an invitation you will not want to miss. ‘A Love Letter to Liza’ produced by Daniel Nardicio, Sam Benedict and Club Cumming Presents and co-produced by Liza Minnelli’s production manager and designer Matt Berma.

The amount of people who want to ‘Ring Those Bells’ for Liza’s birthday include the most fabulous collection of celebrity and music stars such as Chita Rivera, Joan Collins, Nathan Lane, Harry Connick, Jr. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Billy Strich, Joel Grey, Nathan Lane and Lily Tomlin, to name just a small few. Plus there will be a special message from Michael Feinstein.

This promises to be an online extravaganza of music, dance and love and laughter celebrating the life of the one and only fabulous Liza Minnelli.

Love Letter to Liza: 75th birthday tribute to Liza Minnelli will be premiering a live stream on Friday March 12th 8pm on Stellar with repeat airings March 13th and 14th. First night March 12th 8pm (1am GMT), March 13th 8pm (1am GMT), March 14th 7pm (11pm GMT) Please check timings to your area.

Tickets are available to purchase from https://clubcummingnyc.com/ and https://www.stellartickets.com/ and a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will benefit The Actors Fund.

However the big question on everybody’s lips is, will Liza actually make an appearance? She has kept a low profile throughout the last year which could be due to the Covid lockdowns and isolating restrictions but it would be lovely to see her.

So find that ‘Money Tree’ to ‘Ring Those Bells’ because ‘Life Is A Cabaret’ and I do not want you to miss this event otherwise you may wonder if you are ‘Losing My Mind’.

Liza Minnelli is one of the few ‘stars’ that have managed to adapt to different eras and genres. Her first movie role was a brief appearance at the end of ‘In The Good Old Summertime’ in 1949, as the daughter of the character played by her own mother Judy Garland and as if I have to tell you but her father was the famous director Vincente Minnelli.

From that moment on Liza Minnelli became an icon on stage, film, comedy, musicals and anything else she puts her mind to. This, I am sure, will be celebrated in ‘A Love Letter To Liza’ and I hope that you will join me to start spreading the news it’s Liza’s birthday!

Sparkle Hugs and Glitter Kisses xxx

All photographs, unless stated, are the copyright of Lorna Liza.

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