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As news broke that the ITV daytime host won her legal battle with HMRC , after becoming embroiled in a spat with the tax authorities back in , people flocked to social media in shock. Kelly, 59, argued that she's a "theatrical artist", telling the first-tier tribunal that she "she acted every day as a version of herself. Judge Jennifer Dean sided with Kelly and she overturned the tax bill, which left many people furious over the argument the presenter had used, complaining they no longer wanted to pay their own taxes because they had also been 'acting' at work. He later tweeted: "Who is going to play Lorraine Kelly in the film about the tax case? Will Lorraine have to audition to play herself playing herself? I'm not, it's just an act. I demand a tax rebate.
Simply put, the show was massive and catapulted its stars to crazy heights of fame. During its eight years on the air, various members of the ensemble cast struggled to keep aspects of their private lives out of the spotlight. Check out the secrets that some of these actors and actresses tried to keep under wraps during and after the show's six-season run. Warning: major spoilers ahead.
This document attempts to link each scene in Scott Kalvert's film The Basketball Diaries to specific entries in Jim Carroll's autobiography of the same title. I have studied Carroll's work for ten years, and after viewing Kalvert's film five or six times, I still could not figure out why it was called The Basketball Diaries or why its main character was named Jim Carroll. Hence, I decided to watch the film a few more times, take notes on each scene, and then track down the diary entries each scene was based upon if any to see if it made any more sense. In the process of doing this, I have come to appreciate somewhat the screenwriter's and director's ability to merge a variety of characters and events into reasonably coherent composites. However, my scene-by-scene analysis also confirmed my initial suspicion: the film is mostly not based on the facts of Jim Carroll's life, let alone his book.