Elizabeth Taylor and Debbie Reynolds were both Hollywood royalty during the 1950s and they were best friends, too — the two actresses went to high school together. When Taylor’s husband, director Mike Todd, was tragically killed in a plane crash, it was Reynolds’ husband, Mike Fisher, who Taylor chose to lean on. One night, Reynolds called Taylor’s hotel room and Fisher answered the phone, revealing their affair. "I could hear her voice asking him who was calling — they were obviously in bed together,” Reynolds told The Daily Mail. “I yelled at him, 'Roll over, darling, and let me speak to Elizabeth.” Their falling out lasted more than a decade, until the actresses decided to put the past behind them, cementing their legendary friendship when they starred together in the TV movie “These Old Broads,” which was written by Fisher and Reynolds’ daughter, Carrie Fisher. Appropriately, in the movie, Taylor’s character steals Reynolds’ character’s husband.