Ann Miller, the musical star best known for her tremendous tap dancing, has died of lung cancer aged 80. She gained fame in low budget musicals in the forties with great titles like Reveille with Beverly, What's Buzzin', Cousin? and Eve Knew Her Apples, but is probably most celebrated for her roles in Easter Parade, On The Town and Kiss Me Kate. At one point her legs were insured for a million dollars. She returned to the big screen after decades away in 2001 with David Lynch's Mulholland Drive.