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The CBS sitcom presented Fran Drescher as a sassy fashionista who held then-progressive views of the queer community, journalist Matt Baume finds.
The future president guest-starred on the 1990s sitcom and asked for a telling script change.
The show's costume designer reveals how she created Fran Fine’s style and recalls a certain guest star ― Donald Trump.
The new "What Fran Wore" Instagram account is just the tip of the nasal, well-dressed iceberg.
Actress Fran Drescher is a 16-year Uterine Cancer survivor and has never let her sense of humor waver. As Founder, President and visionary of the non-profit Cancer Schmancer movement, Fran aims to raise awareness around health issues while encouraging us to take control of our bodies.
On Thursday June 16, 2016, Fran Drescher visited AOL BUILD. For many, it was a throwback Thursday.
I'm a health activist and this is important stuff that needs to be heard. So listen up ladies, women's heart health is no laughing matter. It's not some lady problem that can go away with a Midol.
While maybe not the appropriate reaction, all I could think of was the slogan, "We've Come a Long Way, Baby." And I am not
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and tonight I'm joined by Fran Drescher, a leading voice in cancer advocacy. The Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated star of the hit '90s sit-com The Nanny is also the founder and president of the "Cancer Schmancer" Movement, which promotes early detection, prevention, and policy change.
"I have a gay art dealer, a gay dermatologist -- not to mention my hairdresser. I have a gay ex-husband!" she joked, per
10. Always wear shoes you can run in. 5. Because great style is ageless. 7. Animal print is a neutral. 1. Always make an
By acknowledging the importance of love through trauma, by changing the perspective of pain and suffering, and by educating
Michael has shown us how to make the proper decisions to overcome stage IV cancer and regain a high quality life. Use these five tips to give yourself the best chance to survive.
Ayyadurai, 50, is a Massachusetts Institute of Technology alum who is the first person to hold a copyright for "EMAIL," an