Life imitates art in Hollywood, where passionate romances turn into short-lived marriages and quickie divorces. Numerous nuptials are one of the hallmarks of the celebrity lifestyle. Hollywood royalty Elizabeth Taylor married eight times—even more than real royalty King Henry VIII, who married six times. Here's a look at the famous individuals who tied the knot—and then tied it again, and again, and again.
An auction of costumes, memorabilia and other items owned by Zsa Zsa Gabor have sold for more than $900,000, including a $20K diamond-and-gold necklace with Gabor's catchphrase “dah-ling” and a $24K grand piano. The actress and socialite died in 2016 at the age of 99.
Australian actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr was featured in NBC’s ‘Timeless.’ Best known in her time as the world’s “most beautiful woman alive,” Lamarr starred alongside Clark Gable and helped develop an early technique for early ideas behind WiFi.
A nude scene of Marilyn Monroe from the 1961 Clark Gable film ‘The Misfits’ was discovered, one of the first nude scenes shot for a major studio. Decades after Monroe’s death, experts are grappling with whether it’s ethical to release the scene, long believed to have been destroyed.
A short story by Ernest Hemingway has been published for the first time nearly six decades after his suicide. “A Room on the Garden Side” is about an American writer named Robert, very likely based on the author himself, just after Allied soldiers freed Paris from the Nazis in 1944.
After Quincy Jones alleged that actor Marlon Brando slept with Richard Pryor, Pryor’s wife confirmed the news with ‘TMZ.’ "Richard would have no shame about Quincy's comments," she said, adding that the comedian openly detailed his bisexuality in diaries that she hopes to publish this year.