Shining a revealing new spotlight on the stars : For the first time, legendary journalist and biographer Kitty Kelley is granting access to her personal files. The seven time New York Times best-selling author reveals the intimate secrets of well known and beloved public figures, taking us behind the scenes and into their worlds. Through her research, Ms Kelley tells the inside story of some of the sensational events that have shaped their lives and which they may have triumphed over, or nearly been destroyed by. Pretty Woman's Julia Roberts has had her challenges finding and keeping men, while Drew Barrymore, a descendant of the Barrymore family of stage and screen actors, struggled with the demons of alcohol and drug abuse all before she was 14 years old. George Clooney began to feel he would never make it in Hollywood until he took a chance on a TV medical show known as ER and news about Frank Sinatra's love affairs, alleged mob connections and many scandals continue to reverberate today. Meanwhile, Princess Diana is the subject of Kitty's two hour-long films which shine plenty of new information on the People's Princess.
In the 1980s little Drew Barrymore was America’s sweetheart. She had immense success in E.T. and won over the hearts of everyone she encountered. But her life wasn’t always as innocent or simply as it appeared.
Frank Sinatra is such a success; it is hard to believe that growing up he wasn’t always the most talented. But with his mother’s help, Frank landed a gig with a group of boys called The Hoboken Four.
Julia Roberts was born into a poor family from Atlanta, George. Her mother and father struggled to pay all the bills but that didn’t stop them from running their own independent acting school out of their house. This was Julia’s first introduction into the film world..
The People’s Princess was beloved by millions and immortalized as a saint, but behind closed doors, Diana, Princess of Wales wasn’t always so lady like. However, being a princess wasn’t what the fairy tales described.
The most beloved and photographed Princess of Wales was liberated from an unhappy marriage. And with this independence, Diana focused on charity work and her humanitarian efforts.