Category: Jennifer Flavin-Stallone
|Ernest “Jazzman” Resendes checks in with the scan to the right and the info below.
Sly on the cover of a free magazine called REAL SOLUTIONS WHICH INCLUDES AN INTERVIEW WITH SLY.
I got mine free from GNC but it says it costs $3.99.
Here are some excerpts from the Q&A…
SA– So, when do we get to see Rocky VI?
SA– Where do you see Instone in the coming fiver years–anything big on the horizon?
Thanks to Jazzman! – Craig
This is pic of Sly and Jennifer comes to us from the collection of Loghman Sheyda.
This is pic of Sly and Jen comes to us from the collection of Loghman Sheyda.
Ernest “Jazzman” Resendes sent in the above item which appears in the February 23, 2004 issue of People.
Thanks, Jazz! – Craig Zablo
Sly Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin joined Justin Timberlake, Elizabeth Taylor, Tony Bennett and other celebs at co-benefit hosted by Elton John (for his AIDS foundation) and Sharon Osbourne (for her colon cancer charity) at the Osbourne’s home in Beverly Hills, California on March 19th.
Our POW this week is a nice shot of Sly and Jen at the premiere of “Original Sin.”
– Craig Zablo (April 28, 2002)
On March 26th Sly attended the sixth annual “An Unforgettable Evening” benefit for breast cancer in Beverly Hills, California. Elton John was the guest of honor. John Mellencamp provided the night’s musical entertainment, while comedian Dennis Miller hosted.
Also in attendance were Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, Kate Capshaw, Steven Spielberg, Natalie Cole, and Fran Drescher, among others.
The April 1, 2002 (no fooling) issue of US Weekly contains two Sly tidbits:
In the “Loose Talk” section Sly is quoted as saying: “Anyone who says they’re not disappointed is putting you on.” in reference to losing at the Oscars.
In a sidebar section about famous breakups the following appears:
Jennifer Flavin The Dump: In May 1994, after five years of dating, Sylvester Stallone dropped Revlon model Flavin with a six-page letter delivered via Federal Express. Today: The couple reunited in the summer of 1995 and married two years later. They have two young daughters, and Flavin is pregnant again.
Jennifer Flavin, right, wife of actor Sylvester Stallone, left, makes a point as she discusses heart disease during taping of CNN’s ”Larry King Live,” Thursday, Feb. 7, 2002, in Los Angeles. The program is scheduled to be telecast on CNN, Sunday, Feb 10, 2002. Flavin and Stallone’s daughter had open-heart surgery. (AP Photo/CNN, Rose M. Prouser) – Craig Zablo (02/07/02)