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Randy’s main guitar was a Gibson Les Paul Custom, which was flanked by two unique V-shaped guitars.
While much has been written about these guitars, most observations have simply scratched the surface.
but she was complaining the moment she arrived about the space they put her in, the 'tiny glass of water' she was given, that her feet were hurting so she took a long bathroom break, leaving everyone to wonder if she left or not.'Octavia was acting like a diva.
She was mad because the event coordinator gave her a small glass of water but she wanted a large liter of 'good water' and demanded to know why she was being treated this way,' Guzman continued.'All of this happened in front of everyone who has been standing there for at least an hour, with their restless kids, waiting for her to show up.
While the book was supposed to have been released by the end of August, Randi has stated on her show that she was unable to finish it due to all the findings making her sick to her stomach.
If that's the real reason, it's a truly weak excuse, one that doesn't bode well for her post- AAR career. His Quiet Riot bandmates had acquired it collectively for Randy’s sole use in the late seventies.Initially, Randy thought it was made in 1963, but would later discover it was actually made in 1972.Octavia Spencer shocked and angered hundreds of fans at a recent book signing, acting like an 'ungrateful b****,' say eyewitnesses who were so incensed with the actress's behavior they stormed out and demanded refunds.The 44-year-old Academy Award winner, who won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Minnie Jackson, a maid, in 'The Help,' and is currently starring in the film 'Insurgent,' was at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove in Los Angeles last week to autograph copies of her children's book 'Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective — The Sweetest Heist in History.' Behind the smile: Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer was at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove in Los Angeles last week to autograph copies of her children's book 'Randi Rhodes Ninja Detective — The Sweetest Heist in History.' But there was nothing sweet about Spencer, who complained constantly, refused to engage with fans or pose with them for a photo'Octavia's answers were short and blunt and there were times she rolled her eyes to the back of her head like she couldn't believe someone could ask such a stupid question.might finally emerge in time for the holiday season.