'So the idea of marriage as safety forever was idealized in my head, and we rushed into it.'Emmy said: 'I once found a guy I was dating dirty-texting another woman and I completely lost my shit. I won’t even give guys my number, because I know me.
We’ll start texting and he’ll start emoticon-ing and I’ll start emoticon-ing, and soon we have a big mess.
Styling a racy black dress with a pair of Aquazzura's Amazon sandals, the brunette was looking pretty darn fabulous.
Working without Rice, who went on to write Blondel and Chess with other composers, Lloyd Webber next wrote a musical revue based on T. By this time, Lloyd Webber had largely abandoned the rock elements of his work in favor of what critics found a pastiche style that borrowed from classical and opera sources.
He had also become a brand name (and a corporation, the Really Useful Company) that assured at least a modest success for subsequent shows.
Based on the 2003 film and featuring lyrics by Glenn Slater, 2015's School of Rock marked his return to the Great White Way and became the first British musical to have its world premiere on Broadway.
When a 2017 revival of Sunset Boulevard (with Glenn Close returning as Norma Desmond) opened on Broadway, Lloyd Webber became only the second songwriter in history to have four shows running there concurrently (joining School of Rock, The Phantom of the Opera, and a revival of Cats).
"You Must Love Me" won the Best Original Song award at the 1997 Academy Awards.
The composer continued to premiere new musicals well into the next century. Rahman musical Bombay Dreams, which premiered on the West End in 2002 and Broadway in 2004.
Lloyd Webber went on to a series of successful shows (Song & Dance, Starlight Express) before scoring another massive hit in 1987 (1988 in New York) with a musical adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera.
It eventually became the longest-running musical in Broadway history, and by a wide margin.
'Honestly, I was so young, I don’t think I knew what marriage meant.
My parents were never married, and I was teased in school and called a bastard,' she revealed.
The first was the team of Rodgers & Hammerstein in 1953.