Some actors are beautiful, and audiences always expect them to play beautiful characters. It is fascinating to see how these stunning stars transform using prosthetics and makeup to look completely different.
Some things get better with age, and these stars and celebrities from the 1990s are no exception. They still charm, dazzle, and delight, and continue to succeed today.
Who thought a sitcom about four nerdy, socially awkward scientists could become a major comedic hit? These are some of the secrets even the biggest fans of "The Big Bang Theory" may not know about the show.
There may be an endless supply of scandal and drama going around in Westeros, but there's a pretty hefty amount of intrigue behind the scenes as well. Here is some "behind the scenes" trivia about the "Game of Thrones" cast and their impact.
It's so hard to imagine anyone besides Britney Spears asking us to hit her, baby, one more time, or someone other than Fergie informing us about her humps, but there was a time when these iconic tracks were being offered to other big name singers.
Sometimes it seems like celebrities love when their entire lives are on display, but these stars have some deep family secrets that many people are surprised to know.
Young stars sometimes fall from grace as they make the transition from child actor to mature entertainer. Fortunately, most Disney stars are able to take the journey in stride and grow into themselves through amazing transformations, despite being in the public eye.
Character actors are easy to recognize even if the name momentarily escapes. Vastly underrated, the best ones refuse to settle into defined character types. Keep an eye out for these actors because they will not always be in supporting roles.
Many female celebrities have a "face" or a made-up look that people worldwide recognize. However, some of these women also have no problem going out without any makeup on in front of their fans.
Somewhere along the way, we got tired of the word "and." Instead, magazines will now shove couple names together into creative portmanteaus that make us wonder why anyone would ever waste all that time to actually say those extra syllables.