Actor Christopher Atkins, an '80s screen hunk and star of The Blue Lagoon, talks about romance with Brooke Shields, the behavior that nearly killed his career and life as a grandfather. Then, the girl you loved to hate—Little House on the Prairie's resident mean girl—was played by Alison Arngrim. Now, Alison talks openly about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child.
Plus, rockers Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo reveal the secrets of their 30-year marriage and musical partnership, and Saved by the Bell's Dustin Diamond comes clean about his biggest regrets, his infamous sex tape and life after Screech.
On September 11, 2001, unimaginable tragedy struck New York City, leaving Mayor Rudy Giuliani with horrific images of the broken city. Twelve years later, he reflects on the effects of that day. Former Mayor Giuliani also talks about the strain that living in the public eye put on his family. Next, Silver Spoons star–turned–family man Ricky Schroder shows us the California home where he lives with his wife, four kids and chickens. Ricky talks about the challenges of transitioning from being a child star to an adult actor.
Then, we revisit one of Oprah's all-time favorite stories when we catch up with the North Carolina community that adopted 44 children from a Liberian orphanage. Plus, get an update on some former contestants of The Biggest Loser who lost a combined total of more than 800 pounds—have they kept off the weight? We'll find out.
Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan opens up about life following his darkest period ever and talks about his new wife, Jennifer. Plus, outrageous comedian Carrot Top holds court each night onstage in Las Vegas, but a visit to his Zen home reveals a different side of the comic.
Then, they became known for their relationships with famous people, but Scott Thorson and Cris Judd have their own stories to tell. We catch up with Scott after his relationship with Liberace was depicted in the Emmy award-winning TV movie Behind the Candelabra. And, a decade after his nine-month marriage to superstar Jennifer Lopez made him a household name, dancer Cris Judd reveals that there is indeed life after Lopez.
Best known for her two seasons on The View, former co-host Debbie Matenopoulos takes us to Greece, where she is researching her newest passion. Debbie holds nothing back as she talks about her father's death and her ugly divorce. Then, Tori Spelling reveals how embracing who she really is has empowered her, and opens up about what her relationship with her mother, Candy Spelling, is like today.
Plus, after safely landing a disabled jet on the Hudson River and saving the lives of 155 people, Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III became a hero overnight. Now, he shares how the "Miracle on the Hudson" changed life for him and his entire family. Then, in a candid interview, RuPaul, the world's most famous drag queen, discusses his 19-year relationship with the love of his life—a rancher! Finally, she built an empire by having sex on film but retired to become a mom to her two young sons. Jenna Jameson shares some unexpected and shocking events that have taken place in her personal life.
We catch up with singer Michael Bolton on the road, and he talks openly about his early career struggles and his status as a sex symbol. Then, former reality TV star Jon Gosselin invites us inside his rural Pennsylvania cabin to discuss his kids, life after Kate and the biggest misconception the public has about him.
Plus, former child star Soleil Moon Frye talks about her marriage at age 20, her two kids, her adult roles as a mommy blogger and author, and her new hosting gig on Home Made Simple. Finally, actress Lynda Carter reveals that there's a lot more to her than Wonder Woman. Discover why she left Hollywood at the peak of her career, and hear about the personal struggles she's overcome.
She's been called the greatest teen star of all time. Now, actress Molly Ringwald opens up about growing up on camera. Plus, Dina Manzo, formerly of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, reveals why she left the series. Then, weight loss star Ruby Gettinger talks about keeping the pounds off, and Pastor Ted Haggard discusses his fall from grace.