Marriages made in money Tinseltown's roller coasters of love

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Everybody loves a rags to riches tale. It's always very interesting to find out how a plain Jane managed to work her way to becoming the "it" girl. Tonight's E! True Hollywood Story delivers an intimate look at some of the women who have married Hollywood's biggest players - and how they've gone from rags to riches - and in some cases, back to rags.

Gretchen Bonaduce, who was married to comedian and professional wrestler Danny Bonaduce for 17 years, is one of the former wives featured in tonight's show.
The two met on a blind date and were married on the same day. Two children and a tumulous marriage later, the two called it quits. Danny blamed Gretchen for his diminishing self-image and his substance abuse.

Tommy Dreamer from WWE ECW smashes Danny

Tommy Dreamer is currently under contract with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and wrestling on the ECW brand. While with WWE, he has been a 14 time Hardcore Champion and a 1 time ECW Champion. Tommy was in Philadelphia promoting WWE and appeared on Danny's show where Dreamer hit Danny twice with a guitar. See the video below.

Al Roker talks to Danny about Spencer Pratt

Click on image below of Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag to listen to the interview about the Twitter comments Spencer was making.

Meet Danny This Saturday 11/21

Danny will be appearing Sat 1-2 at WYSP's NOT JUST Rock Record Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center located 100 Station Ave. off of Rte. 422.

Free admission and parking for the three-day event. It starts Friday and runs through Sunday. You can find vintage vinyl, DVDs, bootleg CD's and rock memorabilia. Celebrity guests include Danny Bonaduce, Dinky Dawson, Elaine "SPANKY" McFarlane (Spanky & Our Gang) and collectibles appraiser Gary Sohmers from "Antiques Roadshow."

'Little Redheads Across America' explores the challenges of having red hair

By Becky Wright

Lucille Ball was known as America's Favorite Redhead, but she admitted that her hair color came from a bottle.

Plenty of genuine redheads have gained fame in America, including Carol Burnett, Conan O'Brien, Danny Bonaduce, Bette Midler, Winona Judd and comic Scott Thompson, better known as Carrot Top.

According to "Little Redheads Across America," 20 U.S. presidents had red hair, including George Washington (who used powder to make it appear white), Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson.

Other famous redheads listed in the book include Nicole Kidman, Vincent Van Gogh, Christopher Columbus, Alexander the Great, Queen Elizabeth I, Sarah Ferguson, Cleopatra, William Shakespeare and J.K. Rowling.