Lucille Ball who was the star of a great American television sitcom “I Love Lucy” was honored for her 100th birthday two days ago. The black-and-white series which showed her role originally ran from 15th of October 1951 to 6th of May 1957, on the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). During her role at “I Love Lucy”, the sitcom became the most watched show in the United States in four of its six seasons, and was the first to end its run at the top of the Nielsen ratings. The show won five Emmy Awards and received various nominations. In 2002, it ranked second on the list of “TV Guide” of television’s greatest shows. In 2007 the comedy show was listed as one of Time magazine’s “100 Best TV Shows of All-TIME.”
Throughout her career, Ball received many prestigious awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George H. W. Bush on July 6, 1989, and The Women’s International Center’s “Living Legacy Award.” Lucy’s creativity, absurdity, and funny facial expressions remind the fans of the star of “I Love Lucy” sitcom for her timeless joke. Across the United States, her fans commemorated the legendary star. In the comedienne’s hometown at Jamestown, New York, people held a contest with hundreds of participants wearing bright red wigs which point to her trademark flaming red hair. The Hollywood Museum is also currently holding a week-long exhibition that will include photography collection over Lucy’s life including her childhood and professional life, personal footnotes to copies of her scripts from TV shows and films.
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