Beverle Lorence "Bebe" Buell is an American fashion model and singer, and Playboy magazine's November 1974 Playmate of the Month.
She is also known for dating rock musicians, and her social relationships with musical and cultural icons cross four decades.
(You should know that I manage to stick the Beatles into everything I do, it's a gift really).
Bebe Buell is an American fashion model, singer and Playboy magazine's November 1974 Playmate of the Month, best known for dating rock musicians and her social relationships with musical and cultural icons cross four decades.
As a person born on this date, Bebe Buell is listed in our database as the 11th most popular celebrity for the day (July 14) and the 36th most popular for the year (1953).
The photos were so successful that editor in chief Ceslie Armstrong is promoting Buell to the cover for the November-December issue.
Last night, Armstrong feted Buell and husband Jim Wallerstein (who fronts the group Vacationland) at a swanky dinner at New York's new Flatotel on West 52nd Street. ’ ” However, it’s not even half as juicy as it could have been. “I didn’t write this book to settle any scores,” she emphasizes, at her Portland home, decorated liberally with her trademark leopard-skin print (as is her book).
Bebe and Liv We love checking in with Bebe Buell, the former rock muse whose wild life seems as though it were created by TV impressario Aaron Spelling.
(If you haven't read her autobiography Rebel Heart, it's got all the dirt on her relationships with rock gods from Iggy Pop to Elvis Costello.) During our latest run-in, we found Bebe gushing about daughter Liv Tyler's recent wedding to musician Royston Langdon. "It was such an amzing wedding," Bebe says of the party at Manhattan's Pastis.