Despite their superstar statuses, this New York City couple’s willingness to evolve together has kept their relationship going strong for more than 20 years.
The 2009 movie starring Sandra Bullock took some liberties while telling the triumphant tale of the football player.
The Grammy award-winning singer passed away in 2012, with her only child dying in a similar way just three years later.
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Bryant, his daughter Gianna and six others perished in a January 26, 2020, helicopter crash, leaving a permanent hole in the basketball world.
What started as a friendship grew into a trailblazing collaboration between two women who broke through gender stereotypes to become rap royalty.
As the first Black woman to headline the 2018 music festival, the Grammy winner combined African American history and her iconic music catalog for a two-hour show that changed pop culture.
The "Queen of Soul" took an existing song and infused it with such passion that it has become a universal rallying cry for the civil rights and feminist movements.
The Oscar winner helped the country music superstar overcome his addiction, and they have remained by each other’s sides through the good and the bad.
The couple's fun-loving, self-deprecating humor has kept their relationship as strong today as it was when they met nearly three decades ago.
Throughout their music career, the "Bridge Over Troubled Water" singers' friendship was often so tense that they would stop talking to each other — a pattern that continues to this day.
The pair's relationship had its share of ups and downs, but this iconic Hollywood mother-daughter duo ultimately epitomized mutual love and support.
It was love at first sight for the "Saturday Night Live" star and "Willy Wonka" actor, but their relationship was cut tragically short by illness.
The singer's mental health struggles and battle with addiction led him down a path to create “Fire and Rain.”
The singer-songwriter called her 1971 album "the purest emotional record that I will ever make."
The Grammy winner and the reality star-turned-businesswoman first met in 2003 as friends and nearly a decade later transformed into a Hollywood power couple.
While taking refuge from the business, the musician created the chart-topping song "Like a Rolling Stone."