Elizabeth Taylor regretted marrying Eddie Fisher and stealing him from Debbie Reynolds: ‘Damn, terrible mistake’


Elizabeth Taylor opens up about her past loves and regrets in new documentary

More than ten years after her death, Elizabeth Taylor’s life story is told in her own words in the new HBO documentary “Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes.” The documentary, which premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival, offers a candid look at the life of the iconic actress through a series of interviews conducted by journalist Richard Meryman in 1964 and 1985.

In the film, Taylor opens up about her marriage and personal life. She talks about the abuse she suffered in her first marriage and the mistakes she made in subsequent relationships. Taylor speaks candidly about her marriages to Conrad “Nicky” Hilton Jr., Michael Wilding, Mike Todd and Eddie Fisher, and reveals the challenges and regrets she faced.

One of the most important relationships in Taylor’s life was with Richard Burton, whom she met while filming “Cleopatra.” Despite her tumultuous romance, Taylor admits that Burton was an important figure in her life.

The documentary also covers Taylor’s career, her famous co-stars, and her activism to raise awareness about AIDS. Despite facing challenges in her personal life, Taylor’s talent and charisma made her one of Hollywood’s brightest stars.

“Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes” offers an intimate look at the life of a legendary actress, showing her vulnerabilities and strengths in a way never seen before.