Panicked Szohr then flew to London from LA to beg him to take her back, but sources say Westwick is still deeply hurt.
PHOTOS: ED WESTWICK & JESSICA SZOHR One source told us, “Jessica recently celebrated her birthday in LA and was being openly affectionate and flirty with Marco.
They ended up back at the same hotel, but nobody knows what happened behind closed doors.
Some of Stilgoe's original contributions are still present in the final version, however.Later, in New York, Lloyd Webber found a second-hand copy of the original, long-out-of-print Leroux novel, which supplied the necessary inspiration to develop a musical: "I was actually writing something else at the time, and I realised that the reason I was hung up was because I was trying to write a major romantic story, and I had been trying to do that ever since I started my career. " Alan Jay Lerner was then recruited, but he became seriously ill after joining the project and was forced to withdraw; none of his contributions (mostly involving the song "Masquerade") are credited in the show.Richard Stilgoe, the lyricist for Starlight Express, wrote most of the original lyrics for the production.It won the 1986 Olivier Award and the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical, and Michael Crawford (in the title role) won the Olivier and Tony Awards for Best Actor in a Musical.In 1984, Lloyd Webber contacted Cameron Mackintosh, the co-producer of Cats and Song and Dance, to propose a new musical. When they do, the actress usually responds with a friendly, "I get that." (Slightly tougher to take are the clueless types who say she resembles a certain TV star—only "cuter." Because, really, she wonders, "what is that supposed to mean?