And I found that was the most interesting part of her.”In playing Joan Crawford in the FX limited series "Feud: Bette and Joan," Jessica Lange, shown here in 2013, found "a tragic aspect to her character.And I found that was the most interesting part of her.” (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) Before Jessica Lange played Joan Crawford in Ryan Murphy’s critically acclaimed FX limited series “Feud: Bette and Joan,” she knew as much about the MGM star as you did, and it all came from “Mommie Dearest,” the 1981 Crawford takedown by her daughter Christina.The prostitute in question was Divine Brown and the foot belonged to Hugh Grant. Tens of thousands of words have been written about what happened that night 12 years ago, but, until now, Ms Brown has never spoken about the almost farcical scene that preceded their arrest for lewd behaviour.The revelation emerges in an interview with Ms Brown to be broadcast on ITV1 tonight.Under different circumstances, we might never have discovered the identity of the celebrity who was later described as sounding like "the Prince of Wales"; or the hooker who performed a (£37) "trick" for him.
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Read more In playing Joan Crawford in the FX limited series "Feud: Bette and Joan," Jessica Lange, shown here in 2013, found "a tragic aspect to her character.
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