In 2002, Teresa Clay appeared on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' and shared her unforgettable story of abuse, revealing that her mother's boyfriend had been sexually molesting her for years. When she finally found the courage to tell her mother, her mom chose the boyfriend over her. Watch as Teresa reveals the biblical verse that led her to reach out to her family again.
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.'
In 1984, Ralph Macchio starred in the martial arts drama 'The Karate Kid' wearing a white headband with a lotus flower design. Watch as Ralph shares how the instantly recognizable handkerchief, which was not part of his original costume, ended up a pop culture artifact. Plus, Ralph reveals why he struggled to find roles once the mania surrounding the movie died out.
Identical twins Tia and Tamera Mowry have stuck together over the years. First, they starred in the television sitcom 'Sister, Sister,' and later they created their reality show 'Tia & Tamera.' Now, they're producing natural and healthy products for new mothers like themselves. Take a peek inside the company's headquarters.
Both Peter Scolari and Tom Hanks got their breaks on the quirky television comedy 'Bosom Buddies.' In the mid-'80s, Peter stayed in the television industry, while Tom's career got bigger and bigger, eventually becoming one of the most respected in the industry. Watch as Peter, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in his 40s, explains why he thinks his 'self-medication' with drugs and alcohol stunted his career. Plus, when Peter got married in June 2013, Tom offered a surprising toast. Find out what he said.
Tamera Mowry, one half of the identical twin leads of the '90s television sitcom 'Sister, Sister,' married Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley on May 15, 2011. Since then, Tamera says, she has experienced intense hatred on social media for marrying outside her race. Watch as Tamera shares her response.
Ralph Macchio was just 21 years old when he landed the role of Daniel LaRusso in the martial arts drama 'The Karate Kid.' It went on to become the fifth-highest-grossing movie of 1984, connecting with audiences everywhere. How did Ralph feel when he first saw the film in the theater, with the crowd rooting for his character every step of the way? Watch to find out!
Actor Ralph Macchio, from the '80s hit movie 'The Karate Kid'; Tom Hanks' 'Bosom Buddies' co-star, Peter Scolari; hitmaker Kenny Loggins; and 'Sister, Sister' twins Tia and Tamera Mowry share the ups and downs of early stardom as well as some shocking revelations.
Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth says she stood out in many ways growing up in tiny Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Watch as she reflects on her childhood and reveals the biggest benefit to competing in beauty pageants.
In 2003, a makeover reality show called 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' took cable television by storm. Later, the cast, known as the Fab Five, had to readjust to life following the phenomenon. Watch as they reveal how their lives changed after the show ended and why they are proud of the cultural impact of 'Queer Eye.'