The eyebrow pencil and false eyelashes were essential; my mother didn't feel dressed without them.
The sicker mother got, the stranger the people surrounding her became. I called them The Garland Freaks.
People come up to me as I leave the stage after a performance and tell me tey saw my mother onstage with me every time I sing. I keep a sense of humor about it.
My mother wasn't rational those last years; if she had been, she would have been horrified by her own behavior.
When my mother signed at MGM, that was the only kind of contract you could sign. There was no such thing as an independent agent.
My mother's life had been destroyed by the Garland legend.
My mother should have been Jewish. She could have taught a class on how to induce guilt.
The one thing I never questioned about my mother was whether she loved me.
My mother's suicide attempts were a way to release anxiety and get attention. Some of the attempts were drug reactions she didn't even remember later on.
People are always asking me what it's like to be Judy Garland's daughter. It's hard to be a legend's child.
When I look back at The Judy Garland Show, I have such mixed feelings. It broke my mother's heart when they canceled it.
Even at al my mother's concerts, I had never seen people go crazy the way they did with the Beatles.
Instead of joyfully looking forward to my birth, my mother began systematically preparing for her own death. She was fatalistic.
Liza is in the tabloids almost as much as our mother was. She has struggled with her own ghosts and shadows.
My mother was electric onstage, and I vividly recall the extraordinary power she had over her audiences
The most memorable night of The Judy Garland Show for me was the night my mother pulled me out of the audience and sang to me onstage.
My mom was a phoenix who always expected to rise again from the ashes of her latest disaster... She loved being Judy Garland.
One of the oddities about being Judy Garland's daughter was that everyone treated my mother with such awe that they would never have asked me the normal questions kids get about their moms.
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