The 1970s were a banner decade for the blonde bombshell, and Cheryl Ladd is among the era's hottest broads. Ironically enough, her career began offscreen, as she provided the singing voice for Melody on the hit animated series Josie & the Pussycats. After a couple of stints on other less-well-received shows, Cheryl hit the jackpot when she replaced pert-nipped Farrah Fawcett on the hit jiggle show Charlie's Angels. Superstardom soon followed, and Cheryl became a permanent fixture on the pop-culture landscape. Whether she followed Fawcett's footsteps into fanny-flashing is a subject of much speculation. Word has it Cheryl used a body double for her only topless film appearance, an underwater scene in Evil in the Deep (1974). We prefer to leave that for the discerning viewer to decide for sure. These days, she sticks mainly to Hallmark-type fare like A Dog of Flanders (1999), but if Demi Moore can bounce back from mommyhood and wow 'em in a bikini, so can this ageless Angel.