Actress Jane Seymour has worked opposite plenty of charming leading men, including Roger Moore as James Bond in 'Live and Let Die.' But it was her romantic entanglement with co-star Joe Lando, perhaps better known as Sully on 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,' that really shook things up. Find out what happened. Plus, Jane laughs about her most embarrassing Golden Globes moment.
As cultural icon Elvis Presley's only daughter, Lisa Marie Presley has become a musical star in her own right at age 46. She makes it a family affair by touring with her husband, Michael Lockwood, who also happens to be her bandleader, as well as her 5-year-old twins. With two adult children from her first marriage, Lisa Marie has discovered what makes her such a protective mother. Also, see what Lisa Marie tells them about her father and his legacy.
In the mid-'70s, actress Jane Seymour took up Pilates, but unlike most women, her classes were filled with Hollywood heavyweights, including Natalie Wood, Joan Collins and all three of the female leads from 'Charlie's Angels.' Find out why she fell in love with the workout routine. Plus, the 63-year-old mogul reveals how she keeps in shape today.
When 34-year-old twins Mary and Ruth appeared on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show,' in 2005, Mary was 300 pounds heavier than her sister. While Mary constantly felt like 'the fat twin,' Ruth battled eating disorders. During the show, Mary's son confessed to his worries about his mother's weight. Six years later, though, Mary was devastated by a tragedy that ultimately pushed her to take the first step to getting healthy.
On October 15, 2009, news broke of a giant runaway balloon with Richard and Mayumi Heene's 6-year-old boy, Falcon, trapped inside. But when the balloon fell from the Colorado sky, no boy was found. Instead, he was hiding in the attic of his family's garage. Public concern quickly turned into suspicion when it was revealed that the Heene family appeared on the ABC show 'Wife Swap.' Nearly five years later, the family maintains its innocence. Watch as the boy's father explains why he felt he had to plead guilty.
Jaimee Foxworth made her name on the wholesome '90s sitcom 'Family Matters' as Urkel's neighbor, Judy Winslow. Four seasons in, she was written out of the show and left without a job. At age 19, desperate and broke, she turned to porn to make ends meet. Even after quitting porn, she continued to struggle with alcohol and drug abuse until something happened that changed her life forever. Watch as Jaimee reveals the event that gave her the strength to embrace sobriety.
Brooke Burke-Charvet, Robby Benson and Jackee Harry talk about the highs and lows of their multidecade entertainment careers. Plus, meet the real singers behind Milli Vanilli.
Lisa Marie Presley shares what Elvis might have thought of her today. Then, Jane Seymour talks about falling for her co-star and takes us inside her 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman' closet. Plus, Adam Ant talks candidly about his childhood connection to Sir Paul McCartney.
Outspoken socialite Jill Zarin was one of the stars of 'The Real Housewives of New York City.' Millions tuned in every week to watch her infamous feud with her former best friend, Bethenny Frankel. Years after being fired from the show, Jill looks back and shares what she regrets about her time in the limelight.
Rick Springfield stormed the U.S. charts in 1981 with 'Jessie's Girl,' a pop classic about unrequited love. It stayed at number one on the 'Billboard' Hot 100 for two weeks and became a favorite video on the just-launched MTV network. What real-life woman is the hit based on? Watch to find out!