Well, we can’t all be famous for our accomplishments. Some of us are just meant to be famous for the people we love, the places we’ve been, and the things we’ve done. Sadly, there will always be someone who hates you simply for being you. But who cares, as long as you make people smile and love you for who you are.

There are so many famous couples in the world, and sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all of them. Sure, some of their marriages may be questionable, but that’s because people have flaws. It’s not because they’re married to someone who doesn’t love them.

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why some people have gone on to fame and fortune and others haven’t. There will always be differences in background, circumstance, and talent. But there is one thing that everyone has in common, and that is the passion and excitement that comes with being in love. Whether you agree with their choices or not, it’s hard not to fall in love with a celebrity.

Here are five celebrity couples you’ve probably never heard of but should:

Rodgers And Hammerstein

They may not be as well-known as some of the other couples on this list, but you’d be surprised how many people have heard of Rodgers And Hammerstein. Most people know the name because of their extraordinary Broadway catalog, which includes such classics as Carousel, The King & I, and The Sound Of Music. They also wrote such Mary Poppins musicals as Chapella Avenue and The Grand Tour.

The two were married in 1914 and had two daughters, Dorothy and Elizabeth. After Dorothy died in 1968, Elizabeth went on to write an autobiography, A Woman Of Substance. In it, she discussed, among other things, how her marriage with Rodgers had sustained her through some extremely hard times. So, although they may not be as famous as some of the other couples on this list, it’s not hard to understand why some people might be envious of their success. They are a real-life Bond or Arnold & Heidi or even Anastasia.

Liz And Billy Ray

Not many people were lucky enough to witness the romance that was Celestial and Minnie Pearl . But those who did, and who are still around, will never forget it. Liz won Rona Jaffe‘s Woman Of The Year award in 1957, after making a name for herself as a songwriter. One of her most famous songs is Paper Doll, which was composed for the film Giant. She also wrote songs for A Tree Grows In Brooklyn and The Farmer And The Woodsman. After getting married in 1954, Billy Ray went on to become a successful songwriter and producer, credited with creating the memorable theme song for Gomer Pyle . They have two daughters, Ashley and Emily, and two sons, Reid and Carson. Reid is an accomplished drummer, who has toured with the likes of Lily Allen and Blondie.

Jackie And Harvey

Harvey Sheppard Puckett, later Jackie , was born in 1898 and grew up in Norfolk, England. He attended the Royal Academy Of Music in London and worked as a music publisher, gaining valuable experience by working with composers such as George GershwinJerome KernRichard Rodgers, and Sigmund Romberg. In 1932, he founded the Sheppard Music Group and went on to publish Frank Sinatra‘s first LP, Night And Day. In 1945, he published Harry Connick‘s Sings Before A Live Audience and Anita O’Day‘s Sings For Only The Lonely. Many of these songs became staples of the big-band era, and many more were featured in the films he produced, co-produced, or executive produced, including It’s A Wonderful LifeThe Man With The Golden ArmMeet Me In St. Louis, and How To Marry A Millionaire.

In 1947, he married Barbara Hutton, the daughter of the famous Adolph Hutton and Marjorie Merriweather Post; they had known each other since childhood. After she died in 1968, he married actress Janet Leigh, whose credits include The Bad Seed and The Big Bounce. He had a net worth of nearly $100 million at the time of his death in 1981. His wife, Barbara, died in 2004, leaving him with Jackie Onassis as his only surviving child.

Tony And Janette

Tony Orlando Pappano was born in 1925 and was raised in Brooklyn, New York. He began singing and playing guitar at the age of 14 and by 1942, had formed his own band, the Tony Orlando And His Orchestra. During World War II, he served in the United States Air Force and, after the war, began songwriting and recording for the Atlantic Records. One of his most well-known songs is Tie A Yellow Ribbon , which he wrote for the film Once Upon A Time. He went on to become one of the foremost promoters of rock and roll in New York City, helping to establish the Fillmore WestSweetwaterCannonball Park, and Dimensions musical festivals. After forming a group with his wife, Janette, he recorded an album of Italian songs, Giovanni, which was followed by his solo albums That’s My Kind Of Music and One For My Baby.

Orlando had a net worth of $37 million at the time of his death in 1983. Janette followed him shortly thereafter and was found dead in their New York City apartment in 2005, after a battle with cancer. She was 67.

Dick And Julie

Dick Forrest Jones and Julie Schaap met while both were students at Princeton University . They got married in 1950 and have two children, Lisa and Christopher. Although they have written song lyrics as a team, Dick Jones is a well-known songwriter for his collaborations with Jimmy Webb. He has also written songs for CherStevie WonderGene Clark, and Marlow Britton. In addition to his songwriting, Dick Jones is also an accomplished guitarist and mandolin player who has performed with musicians such as Glenn Miller and Chuck Berry.

Julie Schaap is a lyricist who has collaborated with her husband on several songs, including Gone With The Wind and My Kind Of Music . She has also written songs for Connie FrancisEthel Merman, and Lena Horne.