Hollywood legend Zsa Zsa Gabor has died of a heart attack.
She was 99, and had been on life support for five years.
Gabor has a long list of acting credits to her name, but is most recognisable for her own unique real-life persona.
An infamous socialite, Gabor used her famously accented English to fire off one-liners about her jewels, nine marriages and ex-husbands.
Born in Hungary, she went on to star in such films as Moulin Rouge, The Girl in the Kremlin and Queen of Outer Space - attaining Hollywood A-list status while remaining a B-movie queen.
Gabor loved to showcase her glamour and spark outrage.
Much of her showbiz work involved playing herself in dozens of films and TV series. Despite her glamorous image, her life - especially in later years - was marred by battles with one of her husbands, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, and her daughter.
Gabor would've turned 100 in February.