Famous Mistresses, Masters, Lovers and Cheaters

The hint will give you one half of a famous adulterous or unmarried pair. Name the other.
some of these pairs did later get married to each other, but when they became involved they were not
Quiz by kalbahamut
Last updated: September 7, 2018
First submittedJanuary 29, 2013
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Adolf Hitler
Eva Braun
Soon-Yi Previn
Woody Allen
Joey Buttafuoco
Amy Fisher
John F Kennedy
Marilyn Monroe
King Henry VIII
Anne and Mary Boleyn
Stephanie Birkitt
David Letterman
Bill Clinton
Monica Lewinsky
Julius Ceasar
Ashley Dupre
Eliot Spitzer
Vili Fualaau
Mary Kay Letourneau
Rielle Hunter
John Edwards
King Edward VIII
Wallis Simpson
Johnny Cash
June Carter
Vladimir Putin (allegedly)
Alina Kabaeva
Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin (Bree Olson)
Charlie Sheen
Rupert Sanders
Kristen Stewart
Marla Maples
Donald Trump
Mildred "Patty" Baena
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Estella Marie Thompson (Divine Brown)
Hugh Grant
Prince Charles
Camilla Parker Bowles
Daisy Wright
Jude Law
Rachel Uchitel, Jaimee Grubs, Joslyn James, Croi Rist, Jamie Jungers, etc
Tiger Woods
Level 40
Mar 3, 2013
Good quiz... but darn hard. I hadn't even heard of most of these people. Also, perhaps you could specify 'most famous' because many of these people slept with many, many people. Often many famous people. Caesar for instance apparently slept with King Nicomedes of whereever sometime. And that was and is still pretty (in)famous.
Level 81
Mar 3, 2013
you're right. but, I think for most of these people they have only had one truly notorious affair. Ceasar I think almost everyone gets correct so I don't feel any further hint was needed there.
Level 81
Mar 4, 2013
I think Kabaeva (Putin), Letterman, Schwarzenegger and Law are the hardest to get because even though people know that they were cheaters they don't usually know who they cheated with. Many of the others are pretty Anglo- or Amero-centric. If you lived in Australia, for example, you might not have ever seen the headlines about some of these stories. I threw in several that Brits would probably know but I did neglect our friends down under. Sorry about that.
Level 81
Mar 4, 2013
Clinton is another on the list who famously had many affairs (at least allegedly) but for sure the most well-known is Lewinsky. I doubt anyone typed in Gennifer Flowers before trying Lewinsky.
Level 82
Jul 15, 2014
I was actually thinking about Paula-whats-her-name before Lewinsky. (Apparently Paula Jones according to wikipedia.)
Level 81
May 7, 2019
The more years that pass the harder this gets as I think we tend to forget a lot of this tabloid information. That's probably a good thing. For instance I'd be pretty surprised if I met anyone under 30 who had heard of Amy Fisher before.
Level 40
Mar 23, 2013
Yeah, I think alot of these 'famous' people are only famous in the US. Plus, to be fair, I don't tend to read celeb gossip... so most of it is lost on me. I remember reading that during the fall of the Berlin Wall in the US the top story - by far - was the marriage problems of Burt Reynolds and Lonnie Anderson. To me... that's pretty sad.
Level 81
Mar 24, 2013
hm... I'm not a celeb gossip fan, either, but... I don't think this is accurate. I was only in 6th grade when the Berlin Wall fell but I remember the news coverage about that vividly. It was a huge huge story. If you had asked me who Burt Reynolds was married to I wouldn't have been able to answer you.
Level 84
May 14, 2014
I'm a year late to this comment, but I can assure you that the fall of the Berlin Wall was the top story in the US as it happened. US media is a pretty sorry affair in a lot of ways, but your statement sounds like typical misinformation. And I lived down under for a while, so I have a good sense of how others see the US from a distance.
Level 81
May 15, 2014
Oz tends to fervently and unreservedly believe *any*thing he reads or hears that supports any negative stereotype about the USA, and discount anything that disproves those same stereotypes.
Level 75
Mar 30, 2013
Great Job. Can't believe I spaced on Caesar & Hitler. Still ended up with 10. Thanks for simply accepting Mary Kay...no clue on how to actually spell her name.
Level 81
Mar 30, 2013
haha... yes... I assumed most people wouldn't even want to wager a guess at her last name so I was trying to be kind. I could have made her the clue and Vili the answer, but his last name is no easier.
Level 32
Dec 1, 2013
The Kennedy one is slightly controversial...
Level 81
Dec 1, 2013
True. But definitely a famous pairing, even if it never actually happened.
Level 59
Jan 1, 2016
Pretty libelous stuff you got there!