She was the wholesome star of 1952's Singin' In The Rain alongside Gene Kelly.
With a career spanning over 60 years, Debbie Reynolds (below) is to be honoured at this month's SAG Awards with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution to cinema; (above) with Gene Kelly in the 1952 classic Singin' In the Rain
And now, Debbie Reynolds, 82, is refreshingly frank when it comes to the subject of sex, her failed marriages and how she believes her lack of passion led to the death of her relationships.
The actress admitted to a magazine that she knows better now. "I wish I were better at it. Obviously I wasn't any good. My three husbands all left me for another woman and obviously I wasn't a very sexual lady. I have never wished that I had had more sex. If I've missed anything then maybe someone will let me know and maybe they will introduce me to it but I don't think that that is going to happen at the age of 82."
Speaking candidly of her marriages, Debbie said her first husband, Eddie Fisher, was the one to take her virginity at 23. They had two children together — Carrie and Todd — but sadly for the actress, Eddie ended up leaving her for Elizabeth Taylor.