Controversial Grammy winner Sinead O'Connor discusses her biggest controversies. Then, comedian Margaret Cho talks about her open marriage, and Lou Ferrigno, known for his role in 'The Incredible Hulk,' reminisces about training Michael Jackson. Plus, actor Corbin Bleu, of 'High School Musical,' introduces the lady in his life.
The popular '80s sitcom 'The Facts of Life' was known for tackling controversial topics like eating disorders, drug use and peer pressure. Mindy Cohn, the actress who played Natalie Green, says that when it came time to talk about sex, she thought it was important for one of the characters to lose her virginity on television. Watch as she explains why she volunteered for that role.
Hydeia Broadbent was born with HIV in the '80s, and by the time she was 6 years old, she'd already become a well-known activist and public speaker. Now, Hydeia opens up about dating, turning 30 and her plans to start a nonprofit organization.
Born HIV-positive, doctors originally told Hydeia Broadbent's adoptive parents that she wouldn't live past the age of 5. Yet in 1996, the 11-year-old activist was already speaking publicly about her disease and appearing on national television, including 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.' Take a look back at Hydeia's journey and personal struggles. Then, find out what Hydeia is up to today.
Lisa Whelchel, best known as Blair on the '80s sitcom 'The Facts of Life,' says she has always used her faith as a compass, both professionally and personally. From turning down the role of Rachel Green on 'Friends' to the shocking end of her 24-year marriage, Lisa's life has taken some unexpected turns. Watch as she opens up about her life-changing decisions and reveals why her daughter wishes she would have accepted Jennifer Aniston's iconic role.
After hanging up his 'Star Trek' Starfleet uniform and saying goodbye to the iconic role of Captain James T. Kirk, William Shatner faced the difficult challenge of rebuilding his career. Since then, he has learned to embrace humorous supporting roles, such as his work on 'Boston Legal.' Fortunately, his humor carries over into his personal life. Watch as his fourth wife, Elizabeth J. Martin, divulges what fans definitely do not know about the star. Hint: It has nothing to do with his charity work.
For nine years, actress Mindy Cohn played Natalie Green on the hit '80s sitcom 'The Facts of Life.' While stars like Michael J. Fox were making the transition from popular television shows to blockbuster movies, Mindy was stuck in her contract and forced to pass up opportunities, including a major part in a key Brat Pack film. Which role did Mindy miss out on, and how does she feel about it today? Watch to find out!
Debbie Allen says that, as a child, Houston's racial divide in the '50s and '60s prevented her from going to her first-choice dance school. Then, after years of applying, 13-year-old Debbie was finally accepted to the Houston Ballet Foundation. Watch as she shares how these experiences made her stronger.
Lisa Whelchel, of the popular TV show 'The Facts of Life,' talks about life after her shocking divorce. Plus, William Shatner allows cameras into his Southern California ranch home, and dancing queen Debbie Allen reveals her secrets for a long and happy marriage.
Kenny Loggins was just 21 when he started sending demo tapes to Buffalo Springfield bassist and producer Jim Messina. About 15 years later, he was writing songs for some of the most popular films of the '80s. How did Kenny go from being an avid music fan to working on the 'Top Gun' and 'Footloose' soundtracks? Watch to find out. Plus, Kenny reveals what he learned about aspiring pop stars from his time on 'American Idol.'