Joan CollinsJoan Collins, the glamorous star of stage and screen best known for her bad girl role on 'Dynasty,' is bringing her one-woman show, 'One Night With Joan,' to Feinstein's at Loews Regency in New York, beginning today through Nov. 27. If you're lucky enough to get tickets, you'll watch as the incomparable actress looks back on her amazing career, tells "dirty" tales about Frank Sinatra and talks about snagging a lead role from "too old" Marilyn Monroe. The living legend chatted ever-so-briefly with PopEater about the show, turning down Sinatra, her secret to looking so good at 77 and why she doesn't like being called a cougar (marrying a guy 32 years your junior will do that).

Tell me about your show.
It's very exciting. It's a show I've done in England and it's all about my life, my experiences, the people that I've met. I talk about Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Gregory Peck, the cast of 'Dynasty.' The whole thing is illustrated with non-stop photographs and movie stills.

Give me a taste. What's your story on Marilyn?
I'm only going to give you one.