Though they only met in person once, Princess Diana and Michael Jackson forged a friendship through late-night phone calls in which they commiserated over their public lives.
After the terrorist attacks in September 2001, Fred Rogers offered heartfelt words of hope and recovery.
Before he began sharing his love of landscapes with audiences on 'The Joy of Painting,' the artist spent 20 years of his life in the U.S. Air Force.
To great controversy, Lady Day introduced the world to the racially charged protest song "Strange Fruit." In the end, some believe it killed her.
America’s favorite redhead was so much more than simply a gifted comedienne known for slapstick comedy and starring in one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time.
The love and respect between the choreographer and dancer would endure infidelities and even death.
The Nirvana rocker was in a downward spiral that led to his death on April 5, 1994.
There many similarities between actress the character Hepburn famously portrayed in the 1961 film 'Breakfast at Tiffany's.'
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 Miami estate was a luxurious home that showcased his creative vision — and also the same place where he was shot to death.
The singer's drug abuse was spiraling out of control until a dying teen inspired him to get sober and make a difference.
Take a look at these faces before they were changing the world with their movies, music, inventions and more.
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.
Marilyn Monroe’s sultry song to President John F. Kennedy in May 1962 marked one final hurrah before her life came to a sudden end less than three months later.
Remembered for her audacious act against the artist, Valerie Solanas had ideas that were too extreme even for the avant-garde circles of the turbulent 1960s.