AUSXIP LUCY LAWLESS
Globe Magazine 16 February 1999 - Scan of Lucy in
the Best and Worst Dressed Stars. Scan is of
Lucy attending the 1999 NATPE Convention.
TV Highlights - October 1999
- New Idea - 30 October 1999 - And Baby Makes Four. For die-hard Xena fans the wait is finally over. The star of the cult
TV show, stunning Lucy Lawless, has given birth to a bouncing baby boy
and couldn't be happier. Baby Julius Robert Bay Tapert was born in Auckland
on Saturday October 16.
TV Week (Australia) 9-15 October 1999 The Warrior Princess Keeps The Faith
TV Guide (US) - October 11, 1999 - Blurb about XWP
and pic of Lucy
Television Magazine 10
October 1999- Heroine Chic - article about Xena and Lucy cover
Cult Times - Special #11 - October 1999 The Borrowers - Xena. Lucy Lawless scans
First pictures of Julius and
mum. NZ Herald - 25 October 1999
Magazine - "Pregnant Princess" - October 1999
NW (New Weekly) Magazine - 18 October
1999 - Lucy without makeup article
The Sunday Telegraph - 17
October 1999 "Lucy Gives Birth to Warrior Prince"
- Sydney Morning Herald 15 October
1999 - Brief article about Channel 10 losing the rights to air Xena and
Woman's Weekly - 11 October 1999 - Flawless Knit, New Zealanders have watched with pride as their very own princess has
achieved fame and fortune abroad and married the man of her dreams. But,
in 1983, she was just another pretty face in a knitwear advertisement.
Yes, Lucy Lawless was a Shepherd wool girl.
USA Today - 10 October 1999
- Talks about Lucy's plans to give birth underwater
News of the World - 9 October
1999 - Small mention of Lucy not being able to reply to all her fan mail
People Weekly Magazine Lucy dines with the President -
October 4, 1999
Who Weekly 4 October 1999 Xena's summit meeting Lucy Lawless meets President Clinton
- TV Zone - #120 - Xena Warrior Princess, The Next Chapter - With the shock ending to
Season Four still in our minds, we talk exclusively to the show’s producers on how they’re getting out of this one! So don’t get cross, get Xena, as RJ Stewart and Steve Sears reflect on Season Four and
reveal how Season Five is developing