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E!'s 101: Best Kept Hollywood Secrets 80 - 61

E! takes a look into the deepest secrets among the entertainment industry. Today is a look at numbers 80-61.

80. Brad Pitt dated Robin Givens
79. Elizabeth Hurley initially refused to give the identity of her baby's father
78. Glenn Close's voice was dubbed over Andie MacDowell's in "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes"
77. Sharon Stone refused to return a bracelet to Harry Winston, claiming that she thought it was a gift
76. Rush Limbaugh hid a drug addiction
75. Quentin Tarantino originally wanted Warren Beatty to star in "Kill Bill: Vol. 1"
74. Some talk show guests are fake or coached by producers
73. Hunter Tylo was fired from Melrose Place for getting pregnant
72. Laurence Fishburne claimed to be older to get a part in "Apocalypse Now"
71. Eric Stoltz was fired from "Back to the Future" after several weeks of filming
70. Rosie O'Donnell wanted to be Jay Leno's permanent guest host
69. Bill Murray turned down "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" to appear in "Lost in Translation"
68. Oprah Winfrey was sexually abused and had a premature child at age 14
67. Alan Smithee was a pseudonym used by directors who didn't want to claim credit for a film
66. Photographs of stars (magazine covers, etc.) are often drastically retouched
65. Simon Rex starred in gay porn films
64. R. Kelly married Aaliyah when she was 15
63. Chuck Barris claims to have been a government assassin
62. Sony Pictures created a fake movie critic to praise its films
61. Wynonna and Ashley Judd have different fathers

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x27
Airdate: Monday June 07th, 2004

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Guest Stars
Omarosa ManigaultOmarosa Manigault
As Interviewee
Janice DickinsonJanice Dickinson
As Interviewee
Tyra BanksTyra Banks
As Interviewee
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