Former '70s heartthrob Robby Benson opens up about the secret he hid for years, his reinvention of himself as a screenwriter, composer and college professor, and why John Ritter's death changed him forever.
Plus, actress Jackée Harry opens up about balancing her career with raising a son, and reveals how she got through her "diva" phase after winning an Emmy for her role on 227.
Then, we look back on the scandal generated by Milli Vanilli front men Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan when they returned their Grammy in 1990 amid allegations that they were not the singers performing on their hit album. Now, some of the men and women who actually recorded the hit "Girl You Know It's True" speak out about the experience that robbed them of their moment in the spotlight.
Finally, Brooke Burke-Charvet explains how she does it all as a wife, mother, co-host of Dancing with the Stars and entrepreneur. Brooke also opens up about her thyroid cancer and how it has changed her outlook on life.
Lisa Marie Presley talks about her parenting style, her Storm & Grace Tour and what her iconic father, Elvis, might have thought about how she turned out.
Then, we visit eternal beauty Jane Seymour, who, at age 62, has still got it. Jane reveals what it was like to be an early Bond girl and how her mother's advice changed her life.
Plus, back in the '80s, MTV viewers declared him to be the sexiest man alive. Today, Adam Ant shares secrets we never suspected, including surprising revelations about his struggle with bipolar disorder and his childhood connection to Sir Paul McCartney.
Finally, we catch up with child star Jaimee Foxworth. She charmed millions on the hit sitcom Family Matters, but following her character's unexplained exit from the show, Jaimee's life took a turn for the worse: She resorted to appearing in porn to make ends meet and struggled with drug addiction. Today, a sober Jaimee shares the defining event that turned her life around.
In 1981, Rick Springfield was on top of the world with a sexy role on General Hospital and the hit single "Jessie's Girl." Today, he talks about his marriage, his lifelong battle with depression and his attempted suicide.
Then, the outspoken Jill Zarin shares why she thinks she was fired from The Real Housewives of New York City in 2011. Plus, in 2013, André Leon Talley left his prominent position at Vogue after three decades to become editor-at-large of a Russian publication. Now, André reveals why he left what many consider to be the world's most influential fashion magazine.
Later, hear how Terry Fator went from working as a janitor to signing a $100 million contract in Las Vegas after he won America's Got Talent. Terry opens up about his divorce and his new wife, a woman 23 years his junior.
Finally, get the real story behind the Village People. The disco icons sit down to talk about their journey, from the creation of the "YMCA" dance to their new single, "Let's Go Back to the Dance Floor."
Actress Susan Lucci starred as Erica Kane on the long-running soap opera All My Children for over 40 years—earning an astounding 21 Emmy nominations, including one win, for her work. When the legendary daytime show was canceled, in 2011, it left a huge hole in Susan's life. Now, she opens up about her fear of never working again, what happened next and her favorite role of all.
Then, at age 50, Marie Osmond is still wowing the crowds in Las Vegas. Here, she speaks openly about the tragedy of her son's suicide as well as her surprising new marriage.
Plus, Brian Boitano reveals how he went from a champion ice-skater to a TV food star, and supermodel Emme shares her passion for embracing her body at any size and discusses her personal struggle with cancer. Finally, Erin Merryn, a woman who was sexually abused as a child, fights back by changing the legal system one state at a time with Erin's Law.
Grammy-winning artist Sinéad O'Connor's recent public feud with Miley Cyrus made headlines around the world. Now, in this open and straightforward interview, she addresses head-on the mental illness that was the subject of that feud. Then, we catch up with Corbin Bleu, who burst onto the scene as Chad in Disney's High School Musical, in 2006. He opens up about the overwhelming fame the franchise brought him, and discusses what it means to be multiracial and in an interracial relationship himself.
Plus, former Mr. Universe Lou Ferrigno is known for his portrayal of the Incredible Hulk from 1977 to 1981 on the CBS series by the same name. Now, he opens his home and private gym to talk about overcoming his hearing impairment at a young age; reminisce fondly about Michael Jackson, whom he trained; and explain why fitness plays such a fundamental role in his life and the lives of his children. Also, no-holds-barred comedian Margaret Cho talks about her open marriage and sexuality.
In the '80s, dance legend Debbie Allen shot to stardom with the musical Fame. Today, she introduces us to her children and husband, and talks about what brings her joy in life and why she feels comfortable with aging.
Then, we catch up with The Facts of Life's Lisa Whelchel and Mindy Cohn. Lisa, who portrayed Blair Warner, talks about life away from the spotlight. Mindy, who played Natalie Green, opens up about her lasting friendships with her co-stars on the show and why she embraced her character's loss of virginity.
Plus, William Shatner allows a rare peek at his Southern California ranch, where he and his wife, Elizabeth, breed horses. William talks about his career highs and lows—from his role as Captain Kirk to the time he was living out of his car. Also, Hydeia Broadbent, a girl born with HIV, who was not expected to live past the age of 5, shares an update.