Tiger Woods: On November 27, 2009, after The National Enquirer had reported that the golfer had cheated on his wife, Elin Nordegren, with nightclub manager Rachel Uchitel, Woods hit a tree with his SUV outside his Florida home. With rumors flying that Nordegren had attacked him with a golf club, Woods called it a “private matter.” But more than a dozen women came forward claiming to have had flings with Woods and some of the gals shared texts and voice mails that proved he was one of the worst celebrity … read more

Did Debbie Reynolds’ derriére receive the royal seal of approval? In her upcoming memoir, Make ‘Em Laugh (out Nov. 10), Reynolds, now 83, recounts the time Prince Philip might have slyly deviated from royal protocol during a rather chummy encounter when the pair attended Bob Hope’s 82nd birthday party in London in 1985. “He was very charming. He put one arm around my waist, then held my hand,” she writes. “Almost immediately, he was holding more than my hand.” “He caressed my backside,” she continues. … read more

She was one of the most photographed faces on the planet but how did Elizabeth Taylor, the femme fatale whose smoldering style and countless marriages made her an icon of Hollywood’s golden era, really live? Four years after her death, a new book by famed photographer Catherine Opie finally gives a glimpse behind the scenes at Taylor’s day-to-day life and the possessions she most prized. Opie was given unprecedented access to the two-time Oscar winner’s Bel Air mansion, at 700 Nimes Rd., shortly … read more

If you ask pretty much anyone, anywhere, chances are they’ll know who people like Katy Perry, Mariah Carey and Oprah Winfrey are icons of this generation.
And now these stars, among others, have been transformed into icons of past generations by Carine Roitfeld and Jean-Paul Goude in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
Perry poses as Elizabeth Taylor, while holding a shredded Andy Warhol picture of her likeness over her face. 
The 30-year-old singer said about Taylor, “An icon transcends time. … read more

The 87th annual Academy Awards are upon us. In honor of the culmination of the 2015 award season, let’s take a trip down memory lane and relive these moments from Oscars past: Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn in Paramount’s portrait gallery dressing room prior to attending the 27th annual Academy Awards in 1955. Clark Gable and Doris Day Clark Gable and Doris Day at the 30th annual Academy Awards in 1958. Elizabeth Taylor Elizabeth Taylor with Eddie Fisher at the 32nd annual Academy Awards in 1960. … read more

No one was more enthralled by Elizabeth Taylor than Debbie Reynolds. Some six decades after the fact, Reynolds still has fond memories of the time she attended high school on the MGM lot with the violet-eyed beauty. “I went to MGM when I was around 17, and Liz was there too, but she was already a star,” Reynolds, who will be honored Sunday with a life achievement award by the Screen Actors Guild, tells PEOPLE. “We went to school together on the lot, when she was in between films. I was just a beginner, … read more