Actress Debbie Reynolds revealed she was a virgin when she married her first husband, singer Eddie Fisher, who went on to leave her for Elizabeth Taylor.
Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds has a lot to be proud of — thanks to a lengthy career in film since "Singin' in the Rain" — but according to Reynolds, her sex life isn't one of those things.
"I wish I had enjoyed more sex," the 81-year-old actress told The Mirror. "I have only ever slept with my three husbands and one friend — and he was my one and only good lover."Reynolds, now starring as Liberace's mother, Frances, in "Behind the Candelabra," also bluntly revealed in the interview that she was a virgin when she married her first husband, singer Eddie Fisher — father of "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher.
"I was stupid and innocent," Reynolds said, "I was raised to think that if you behaved badly with men, you went to hell. I realize now it is puritanical and not very adult."
The iconic actress also had no problem talking about the scandalous affair that marked her first marriage — when Eddie Fisher left her for fellow legend Elizabeth Taylor.
"I stood no chance against her," said Reynolds. "I was just like Jennifer Aniston with Brad Pitt when he fell in love with Angelina Jolie."
"If Angelina wants someone, then that is that. Certain women have that power. What chance did I have against Elizabeth, a woman of great womanly experience, when I had no experience at all?"
Reynolds went on to marry twice more, explaining that her next two husbands only married her for money and ended up swindling her out of millions of dollars.
"So I have had a wonderful career but such very bad luck with men," she said.
At the very least, the stunning actress is 81 and still going — with a few good stories to tell.