The Most Scandalous Love Affairs Ever

In every Hollywood era, there’s no shortage of headline-making romances. From Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall’s legendary passion, to the birth of Brangelina on the set of an action flick, these are the most scandalous love affairs in entertainment history.

1988’s Dangerous Liaisons may have been the film that forever typecast John Malkovich as a conniving villain, and during production, there were some real-life parallels going on behind the scenes. While Malkovich’s character was trying to seduce Michelle Pfeiffer’s character, the two actors began an affair that would cause the end of Malkovich’s marriage to Glenne Headly. After their split, Headly apparently called Malkovich, quote, “the root of all evil.”

Although Malkovich and Pfeiffer’s affair ended shortly after it started, it was a miracle it even began, according to Malkovich. As he later told Rolling Stone,

“It’s hard to believe Michelle Pfeiffer ever said hello to me. Not that she’s not memorable, God knows. But I sort of blocked it out. What I’m trying to say is, when I think of the other person, I don’t think of me as involved with them. They’re uncorrupted by me. As if they were never troubled by my existence.”

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Michelle Pfeiffer and John Malkovich | 0:16
Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton | 1:09
Meg Ryan and Russell Crowe | 2:04
Billy Crudup and Claire Danes | 3:01
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie | 3:43
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian | 4:44
Ali MacGraw and Steve McQueen | 5:35
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor | 6:30
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall | 7:38
Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini | 8:38
Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner | 9:44

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21 Replies to “The Most Scandalous Love Affairs Ever”

  1. Andy Gonzalez

    The word "love" in the English language is the biggest bullshit ever invented in any given language, what took place among those folks is called LUST, simply LUST, nothing else but LUST.

  2. Lilya Hazroyan

    Люблю всех красавиц Голивуда. Вы все талонты. И особенностарые фильмы. И первая и самая самая. Конечно. 🌟⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Унесенные ветром. А. Все. Все. Остолльные. USARMENIA🎬🇦🇲007

  3. Blue Gypsy

    😅Everyone rakes Angelina over the coals (but not Brad Pitt as much) but no one seems to remember that Jennifer Aniston went after an engaged man … hypocrisy at its finest😅😅😅

  4. David Gregory

    Wait a minute…what?! Sinatra was arguably affected worse than Gardner because of their affair? That’s not the narrative we are told is true. Supposedly women have always historically been vilified for these affairs while men are given passes, or even celebrated.

    The truth, however, is different. Historically, men have been just as demonized for affairs as women. The lie that men are congratulated for their sexual escapades while women are slut-shamed is a modern invention, and even so is more myth than truth.

    Before the “sexual revolution” of the sixties, “cads” as promiscuous men were known, were only looked up to by horny adolescents, but, generally, the reprehensibility of promiscuous men was recognized just as much as that of promiscuous women.

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