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Angelyne review: Emmy Rossum shines in a loopy love letter to an L.A. legend

Television simply can't stop telling us the truth. So far this year, we've seen shows about the shameless (Anna Delvey, Joe Exotic), the infamous (Elizabeth Holmes, Adam Neumann, Travis Kalanick), the murderous (Candy Montgomery, Pam Hupp), and the unscrupulous (Michelle Carter). Now comes Peacock's Angelyne, which spotlights a figure fully nebulous: Los Angeles billboard queen and living (urban) legend Angelyne Llyne. Technically, it's a biography, but the limited series starring a fully committed Emmy Rossum manages to feel like something new — a loving and loopy celebration of a woman who took back her power by burning down her past.
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Angelyne: Everything To Know About ‘Billboard Queen’ Played By Emmy Rossum In New Show

Emmy Rossum is playing Los Angeles icon Angelyne in the Peacock limited series, Angelyne, premiering May 19. The eight-episode series is based on a 2017 Hollywood Reporter longform exposé by Gary Baum that revealed the elusive Hollywood star’s real name and backstory. Angelyne, 71, rose to fame for her super racy billboards around L.A. in the mid-1980s. Her career blew up after that, and now her fascinating life is finally being explored on the small screen. Here’s everything you need to know about Angelyne.
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Woman Crush Wednesday: Emmy Rossum is Iconic in Peacock’s ‘Angelyne’

Somehow here we are, already halfway through May! While we still have some time before summer officially kicks off, all of your favorite streaming platforms are already bringing the heat with the best new movies and shows. Leading the way in these titles are the amazing actresses whose incredible performances move, entertain, and shape us throughout our daily lives. With today’s Woman Crush Wednesday article, we seek to shout out one of those wonderful women, a supremely skilled actress, singer, and director (what can’t she do?!) who began her performing career singing with the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus at age...

‘Angelyne,’ Starring Emmy Rossum as L.A.’s Billboard Queen, Is Best When Embracing the Gloriously Tackiness of Its Subject: TV Review

Click here to read the full article. Stay in Los Angeles long enough, and you’ll have an Angelyne story. Decades after plastering the city in mysterious billboards bearing her name and Barbie-esque silhouette, the self-made urban legend can still be found zipping through the streets in her signature Corvette, a flash of bubblegum pink on the desert horizon. While less ubiquitous than she once was, Angelyne remains a hyper-local symbol of a Hollywood dream come to plasticene life. She was famous, as the often derisive saying goes, for being famous and not much more — which is, as the new...

Emmy Rossum Transforms Into Angelyne, Atlanta Season 3 Wraps

It’s a day of premieres and finales, as Emmy Rossum and Peacock tell the story of Los Angeles billboard icon Angeleyne and Atlanta concludes its Europe-set third season. Plus, Legendary kicks off Season 3 on HBO Max, and finale week continues on broadcast TV with the season-enders of Law & Order, Station 19, and Young Sheldon. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy on TV this Thursday:

Emmy Rossum in Peacock’s ‘Angelyne’: TV Review

For Los Angeles residents, an in-the-wild Angelyne sighting is a rite of passage, like an earthquake or getting stuck in the extra-long In-N-Out lines after an awards show. And, like the texture of the fries at In-N-Out, it can be difficult to explain Angelyne — the breathy, artificially enhanced “billboard famous” intersection between Barbie and Marilyn Monroe — to outsiders.More from The Hollywood ReporterEmmy Rossum's Angelyne ObsessionThe Mystery of L.A. Billboard Diva Angelyne's Real Identity Is Finally SolvedThis Week in TV: 'This Is Us' Series Finale, 'Angelyne' “No no no. That’s how they’re SUPPOSED to be.” The desire to understand Angelyne was the...

Shameless' Emmy Rossum Shares Her Three Steps For Perfect, Glossy Curls — Get The Look

All products featured on OK! Magazine are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, OK! Magazine may earn an affiliate commission.After spending even a few moments parsing through the stunning selfies and gorgeous magazine spreads on Emmy Rossum's Instagram page, one aspect of the actress' beauty philosophy is immediately clear — her passion for rocking her natural curls. "What I love about curly hair is that I think that it projects a confidence," the Shameless star explained in a new video for Vogue's YouTube channel. View...

Emmy Rossum: 'Angelyne' series honors 'original influencer'

LOS ANGELES, May 18 (UPI) -- Emmy Rossum, who plays Los Angeles billboard icon Angelyne in the Peacock series Angelyne, premiering Thursday, said the model she plays anticipated today's influencer culture. "Angelyne is a real trailblazer," Rossum told UPI in a recent video interview about the show, which is based...