10 years later, a celebration of the beloved star
Simply one of the most iconic, recognized stars of the 1970s, Farrah Fawcett was as sexy as she was sweet. With a mile-wide smile, eyes as blue as the big skies over her native Texas, and a notorious red swimsuit, Fawcett became the (12-million selling) poster child of '70s pop culture. Now, to mark 10 years since her brave passing, the editors at People present the special edition, "Remembering Farrah: 10 Years Later." Begin tracing her powerful, American journey with "The Early Years" in Corpus Christi. Then go west to Los Angeles where Farrah falls in love and the fairytale begins in "Mr. and Mrs. Majors." Next, revisit "The Poster," the TV hit "Charlie's Angels," and "The Hair" that made her beyond famous. Beyond print and screen, follow Farrah's tumultuous personal life with "Farrah & Ryan" and "Life After Charlie." Last, walk with Farrah as she bravely fights a rare form of cancer and is determined to make helping others a part of her legacy. People covered Farrah every step of the way, through her life and career, and now it's all here in "Remembering Farrah: 10 Years Later." Join us as we celebrate both the TV legend and the determined woman who steadfastly became the serious artist and committed activist we lost too soon.