From historical figures to present-day celebrities, Sara Kettler loves to write about people who've led fascinating lives.
The royal couple's love story had a romantic beginning but their relationship was rattled by her early ascension to the throne five years into their marriage.
The wrestler faced numerous challenges on his way to becoming a WWE legend.
When he was 16, the rocker lost his virginity to an older woman and 10 years later, the event inspired him to write his 1971 hit song.
The pair's relationship had its share of ups and downs, but this iconic Hollywood mother-daughter duo ultimately epitomized mutual love and support.
The singer-songwriter called her 1971 album "the purest emotional record that I will ever make."
From her time as a songwriter-for-hire in the 1960s to later solo and collaborative compositions, King has created a wide array of memorable melodies.
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Maye is known for raising the SpaceX entrepreneur but is a star in her own right.
The royals' marriage and subsequent divorce were plagued with jealousy, cheating, tabloids and tragedy.
Playing alien Mork on an episode of the sitcom was a star-making role for the up-and-coming actor, whose comedic genius was evident from the moment he stepped on the set.
Their folk-rock vibes may have suggested a mellow existence, but in reality, the four members of the 1960s group led drug- and drama-filled lives during their time together.
After Lopes was killed in a car accident, the group's earlier conflicts lost their importance as the two surviving members focused on honoring their late friend.
In the groundbreaking episode, DeGeneres became the first lead character of a TV series to announce that she was gay, and the comedian faced backlash as a result.
The country superstars and "Islands in the Stream" duet partners shared a "very special relationship" for more than three decades.
The show's groundbreaking storyline marked the first time a primetime series portrayed the lead character contemplating an abortion.
Keller and her "miracle worker" started out as pupil and teacher, but their relationship blossomed into one of lifelong support.
The African American writer shared her message of "survival" and "hope" in the 1978 poem.
Before the actors were cast as Danny and Sandy, several well-known names were at the top of the list.
In addition to freeing slaves, Tubman was also a Civil War spy, nurse and supporter of women's suffrage.
On that tragic day in 1884, the future president wrote in his diary, "The light has gone out of my life."
Finances and creative differences caused the actress to leave the show after just one season.