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Marilyn Monroe was really good friends with Ella Fitzgerald. Monroe was instrumental in getting Ella past racial barriers to perform and they stayed lifelong friends. Was Marilyn Monroe deeper than people thought?

Marilyn Monroe was really good friends with Ella Fitzgerald. Monroe was instrumental in getting Ella past racial barriers to perform and they stayed lifelong friends. Was Marilyn Monroe deeper than people thought?
  • Yes, she was a trail blazer.

    While she is most remembered as the voluptuous blonde singing "Happy Birthday" to the president, Marilyn was actually a huge advocate for civil rights. Monroe was responsible for strong arming the owner of a famous club (that was segregated at the time) with her star status in order to get Ella Fitzgerald a gig there. She was also an advocate for Peace Action, an anti-nuclear weapons organization.

  • Yes, she was

    Yes, because she was a Gemini. This astrological sign in the zodiac is often being misunderstood and seen as shallow. But the case is just the opposite - they are very deep and caring people. It is just that they like all the people and have many friends, so they are always in a hurry and don't have time for all of them.

  • Of course she was. This was well documented.

    Marilyn Monroe is one of the most, if not the most, iconic women of the 20th century. Being beautiful and charismatic are possibly the only things that some people know her for, but anyone who knows much about Ms. Monroe knows she was quite political and had very progressive beliefs.

  • Yes, Marilyn Monroe was deeper than people thought.

    Yes, Marilyn Monroe was deepr than people thought. She had to play the Hollywood game to make the big movies studios money. Remember, she was originally a brunette Norma Jean and turned into the blonde bombshell once she hit Hollywood. She had a personality, dreams, passions. It doesn't surprise me that she was intrumental in helping Ella Fitzgerald perform depsite the racial barriers in the US.

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