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The beloved movie musical about the von Trapp family, starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, almost didn't happen.
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.
When the star of the hit sitcom asked for the same salary as her male counterparts, she was booted from the show and ostracized in Hollywood.
During the time of the kiss, there were still many questions about AIDS, a disease which Hudson had, including if you could transmit it from locking lips.
The show’s creators modeled the sitcom couple after the bantering and romantic relationship between the Hollywood icons.
The actress was already guest-starring as a waitress named Ursula on "Mad About You" when the role of Phoebe came along and producers scrambled to create a connection.
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.
After the death of the actor who played Coach, Harrelson joined the show, invigorated the cast with his youthful zest and quickly won over audiences.
The iconic hairstyle helped make her a cultural icon in the ‘90s, but the actress said she would rather shave her head than wear it again.
The show's groundbreaking storyline marked the first time a primetime series portrayed the lead character contemplating an abortion.
With their songs "The Tide is High" and "Rapture," Blondie strayed from their punk rock roots and introduced reggae and rap music to the mainstream.
The 'Charlie’s Angels' star was at a crossroads and an early partnership with Kmart guided her toward a new industry and career.
Before the actors were cast as Danny and Sandy, several well-known names were at the top of the list.
Finances and creative differences caused the actress to leave the show after just one season.
Groening named the cartoon family named after his own siblings and parents, albeit with a "Bart" in lieu of a character named after himself.