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Joan Collins, 89, 'recovering' after being rushed to hospital in Monaco amid health scare

Page Six, adding that she's still strutting in her famous "six-inch heels".They added that the "pain has been excruciating but fortunately she's dealt with it, and she's OK now."It comes as Joan sparked concern among her fans as she shared a sunny snap from her Monaco trip.The award-winning actress told her fans that she had since been rushed to hospital after having a "trapped nerve" in her leg.She penned: "Enjoying a great day out, one week before I had to go to the Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco for a trapped nerve in my leg."Not fun! But they were great!"#monaco #princessgracehospital #princessgrace #hospital #trappednerve #funinthesun #imonaboat," Joan added at the end of her post.A pinched nerve occurs when excessive pressure is applied to a nerve by the surrounding muscles, bones or cartilage, according to the Mayo Clinic.In the post, the Hollywood actress put on a leggy display in white shorts, teamed with a blue and white shirt.It's not the first time that the Hollywood legend has been rushed to hospital in pain.Dame Joan previously credited pilates for getting her in “the best shape [of] my life”However, three years ago the star told how she was left needing medical assistance after a “clash” in Los Angeles.The Dynasty star said she “didn’t let anybody know” about what happened following her being rushed to hospital.On her pilates woes, Dame Joan commented: “I woke up just screaming in agony in the middle of the night and I was rushed to hospital.”Luckily, Joan told how it was likely an injury she sustained from doing pilates.She said: “It was worse than childbirth, but it was just a pulled muscle.“I didn’t let anybody know.

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Joan Collins, 89, looks younger than ever as poses with busty display in shorts on holiday
Hollywood actress sat in the middle of her friends as she sat with her legs crossed looking at the camera.She accompanied the white ensemble with a white Chanel baseball cap and large blue shades.For accessories Joan wore large gold dangle earrings, along with gold bangles and a watch.Joan captioned the picture in view of her 278,000 Instagram followers: "It’s a hard life but some of us got to do it!"With brother Bill & @rene_horsch #hardlife #boat #friends #sainttropez."Many social media users rushed to the comments to compliment the Golden Globe winners stunning appearance.Kentocallaghan said: "Gorgeous as always! Your Brother Bill is looking very well."Jeffreymoorer55 added: "Awesome!! Queen, you look stunning."Ageing like fine wine!"Howardjohncole commented: "Wow Joan! Looking fantastic as always."Joan has been regularly updating her fans with pictures from her holidays, surprising many with her near make-up free selfie last month.She could be seen wearing a large fedora, along with a coral necklace and matching earrings.The actress wore minimal makeup as she sported a dark red lip.She captioned the snap: "I love a #fedora! Best for the #heat and keep the #sun off your face!"Many social media users took to the comments to compliment the star.Tom_boy_toy said: "Beautiful, eternally Fabulous as always."Princess_lynzels added: "You have still got it Joan!"Christine_anne_garstin commented: "They were invented for you Joan.
From Victim to Philadelphia and Brokeback Mountain: Evolution of Pride in Hollywood cinema
coded gay subtext between troublemaking James Dean’s Jim Stark and Plato (played by Sal Mineo)?Mineo was one of the first Hollywood actors to publicly come out, and went on to suggest Plato as the first queer teenager on film.Managing to skirt the Hays Code through some subtle hints, it’s believed Plato’s longing glances at Jim and the fact he has a picture of Alan Ladd inside his locker were signs Plato was queer.Victim, 1961While the censorship and pearl-clutching was strong with this one at the time of its release in 1961, British director Basil Dearden’s noir thriller is regarded as one of the most important films focusing on the LGBTQ+ community, and held a mirror up to British homophobia.Dirk Bogarde portrayed closeted, gay lawyer Melville Farr, who’s blackmailed by threats of exposure, in what has been branded now as a vital queer text.While it’s not shocking to hear the word homosexual in a Hollywood film now, Victim was the first English-language film to use the word and has been credited with helping trigger the decriminalisation of sex between men in the Sexual Offenses Act in 1967.The Rocky Horror Picture Show, 1975This 1975 classic is widely considered to be part of the queer cultural canon for its depiction of sexual fluidity and gender transgression – with a whole load of camp. The Tim Curry-fronted romp, with Curry playing iconic pansexual, trans scientist Dr Frank-N-Furter, was a critical and commercial failure when it was first released, but was soon wholeheartedly taken in by a cult following amid late-night, costumed screenings, with the LGBTQ+ audience embracing its messages of sexual freedom. Plus, Rocky was literally created behind a rainbow.Making Love, 1982This 1982 romance is heralded as being