Can you believe it, dahlin'? Zsa Zsa Gabor is turning 99 today! The actress and socialite embodies everything that's glitz and glamour—she knew what wearing $600,000 worth of diamonds and rubies felt like in the '60s—and we're honoring her legacy by taking a look back at her stunning past.
The Hungarian-born star made a name for herself back in the 1950s when she starred in films including Lovely to Look At (1952), We're Not Married! (1952), Moulin Rouge (1952), Beauty and the Bullfighter (1954) and Death of a Scoundrel (1956). She even made a television appearance on Gilligan's Island in 1965.
While the star's impressive acting repertoire is worthy of praise, it's her personal life that has garnered the most attention. This lady of glamour was not only married to Conrad Hilton (of Hilton Hotels fame), she walked down the aisle a grand total of nine times. Her longest (and current) marriage is with her latest husband, Prince Frédéric von Anhalt.
So let's make a toast to Zsa Zsa and her glitzy life by going back in time with 20 of her most stunning vintage snapshots.