Candy Spelling, a friend of actress Farrah Fawcett for almost four decades, discussed the Charlie's Angels actresses' failing health with Larry King Thursday.
Spelling's late husband, Aaron, helped launch the ailing blond beauty to fame in awarding her a role on Charlie's Angels, which made her a pop culture icon and sex symbol of the 70s.
Said Spelling: "It was the Farrah phenomena -- happened in 1976 when "Charlie's Angels" happened and then they did this poster."
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King responded, "It's hard to say anything is the greatest -- that may be the greatest photo shot of a celebrity -- marketing a celebrity -- ever taken."
Spelling said Fawcett had a special energy that helped make her such a unique, special person.
"She was like, just full of life," Spelling said. "And the smile that would, you know..."