Singer Chynna Phillips wrote the lyrics about her struggle with addiction and remembering to "take life one day at a time."
For a decade, the actress thought another man was her biological father instead of the Aerosmith frontman.
The show’s creators modeled the sitcom couple after the bantering and romantic relationship between the Hollywood icons.
Evidence suggests the children's book author modeled the Lorax after the mustachioed patas monkey he observed while in Africa.
The movie was originally conceived as a dark, gritty drama and when a new director signed on to the film, Roberts had to fight to keep her part.
Parton made her film debut in the workplace comedy after costar Jane Fonda told the country singer she could write the movie's theme song.
Get to know the space explorers played by Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton and Kevin Bacon in the Oscar-winning film.
The comedian's signature catchphrase was born from a joke about playing hide-and-seek.
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The funny women have stuck by each other's sides since their days on 'SNL.'
Cady Heron, Regina George, Glenn Coco and the other students from North Shore High were based on the 'SNL' alum's friends and family.
A random act of generosity gave the comedienne the push she needed to move to New York City to fulfill her acting dreams.
The Nirvana rocker was in a downward spiral that led to his death on April 5, 1994.
Still on the rise, the Fab Four and the Greatest goofed around before one of Ali's fights for a now-epic photo op.
The Hollywood actress tragically lost her third husband on a flight... that Kirk Douglas was supposed to be on.
The country singer almost "wrecked the car" when she heard the vocal powerhouse's 1992 version of "I Will Always Love You" — a song that Parton penned in 1973.
Exploring themes of racism, oppression and violence, these African American writers have rightfully earned their place in the canon of great authors.
These African American women in STEM broke the racial barrier and skyrocketed to the top of their field.
These visionary African American activists were some of the most vocal agents for racial change.
From hair care products to the ironing board, the creations from these African Americans still impact your everyday life.
From epic birthday parties and career high and lows to broken marriages, the Hollywood best friends had an unbreakable bond.
The former marine biologist drew upon the likes of Jerry Lewis and Pee-Wee Herman to create the character who lives in a pineapple under the sea.
Founder Hugh Hefner felt an immense connection with the actress, who took the famed nude photos years before the magazine's debut.