Goldie Hawn captured everyone’s attention with her big blue eyes. She was a guest on the show soon after winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and she was on her way to becoming an international star. Her smile and laugh were both contagious; she was just at the start of her decades-long career.
Hawn is now an award-winning actress and producer, proving the world wrong when they dubbed her the stereotypical dumb blonde. And since then, she has formed quite the power couple with Kurt Russell and brought some wonderful actors into the world, including Kate Hudson and Wyatt Russell.
Despite his controversial nature, Johnny Carson still managed to host the most beautiful women in Tinsel Town on his show. During the late 70s and 80s, Loni Anderson fit the role of the stunning blonde to catch everyone's eye. And naturally, she would find her way on Johnny's show.
She was one of the most attractive actresses of her time, and when she was hired for "WKRP in Cincinnati," producers admitted she was hired for her looks, not her talent. She reminded them of a mix between Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield. But it was soon clear that there was a lot more to her than just looks. She also had the charisma and acting chops to boot.
Johnny Carson was known for his no-filter approach, which often made many guests uncomfortable. "The Tonight Show" host often took things too far and acted inappropriately during many interviews he had with the wonderful Dolly Parton. After all, "Johnny Carson and Dolly Parton" does have a nice ring to it.
At any rate, the award-winning country singer continued to make appearances on the show. Carson would spend more time discussing her physical attributes than focusing on her true talents and abilities on stage and screen. We just love seeing two very different icons in the same photo. And that's what we got here.
Connie Stevens, best known as "Cricket," in the detective series "Hawaiian Eye," was also a singer. She recorded a number of singles and albums, including one of her most famous songs, "Sixteen Reasons." Though she made a name for herself in the US, she was even more popular overseas. How on earth is that even possible?
She knew that even though she didn't have only one big thing going for her, she had created something people loved. In 1975, she got the chance to connect with the North American audience when she appeared on "The Tonight Show." What a legend.
According to Marlo Thomas, it was "love at first sight" when she met daytime talk show host Phil Donahue. That being said, it took the couple three years before they got married. The actress and activist appeared on her future partner's show in 1970, and the chemistry between the two was evident to all.
Before the end of the segment, Donahue let his guest know how much he enjoyed her company. Thomas responded that whoever the woman in his life is is a lucky lady. Who would have thought that Thomas would soon be that lucky lady? It's a match made in heaven!