The case between Ryan O’Neal and The University of Texas at Austin is now in the hands of the jury, which must decide if the school or O’Neal should have one of two Warhol portraits of Farrah Fawcett.
Fawcett’s longtime friend and "Charlie's Angels" co-star Jaclyn Smith sat down with “Extra’s” Terri Seymour on Tuesday, just a day after she broke down outside court.
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years since "Charlie's Angels" became a TV phenomenon.
Former castmates Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd recently reminisced with "Extra" about how much they missed their late co-stars, Farrah Fawcett and John Forsythe.
"Yes, we were a big family and it's hard," Smith said. "It just seems like yesterday and now they're gone."
In November 1976, Farrah Fawcett graced the cover of TIME with her "Charlie's Angels" co-stars Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson.
Fawcett told the magazine she never objected to donning a tiny bikini -- because she thought the show might have "reached a quiet point in the script and needed my body to liven things up."
The article described Farrah, then 30, as "a warm, giggly sort of girl... who has a clause in her contract that allows her to leave the set to rush home in time to make supper for her husband."
Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson, who co-starred with Farrah Fawcett in "Charlie's Angels," and Cheryl Ladd, who replaced Farrah on the show, have released statements regarding the actress' death this morning.
Jaclyn said, "Farrah had courage, she had strength, and she had faith. And now she has peace as she rests with the real angels."
"I will miss Farrah everyday. She was a selfless person who loved her family and friends with all her heart, and what a big heart it was," Kate said in a statement. "Farrah showed immense courage and grace throughout her illness and was an inspiration to those around her. When I think of Farrah I will remember her kindness, her cutting dry wit and of course her beautiful smile. Today when you think of Farrah remember her smiling because that is exactly how she wanted to be remembered...smiling."
"I'm terribly sad about Farrah's passing," Cheryl said. "She was incredibly brave, and God will be welcoming her with open arms."
John Forsythe, who voiced Charlie in "Charlie's Angels," released this statement regarding Fawcett: "Though I did not know her well, Farrah left an indelible mark on me and the public during her one year reign on "Charlie's Angels." She put up a gallant fight and I send my deepest sympathy and prayers to her family and friends."
Actor George Hamilton -- the ex-husband of Farrah's close friend Alana Stewart -- also released a statement to "Extra" regarding the "Angel's" death. It reads: "She was the strongest woman I ever met, who fought this battle for 3 years to the end. She never felt sorry for herself and was the sweetest and kindest lady. I will miss her enormously."
Farrah Fawcett is bravely battling cancer and preparing to debut a documentary about her struggle -- and fellow "Charlie's Angel" Jaclyn Smith tells "Extra" that her friend is a fighter.
"We love her and the world loves her," Jaclyn says. "She loves her life... and so hey... you fight... and that's what she's doing more beautifully than anyone I've seen."
Fawcett's longtime love Ryan O'Neal has remained by her side since her health reportedly took a turn for the worse. Their jailed son Redmond was also recently allowed to visit with his ailing mother.
"Shear Genius" host and former "Angel" Jaclyn Smith talked to "Extra" about good friend Farrah Fawcett's battle with cancer -- and a possible reunion for "Charlie's Angels."
"She's doing great," said Smith. "She's holding her own and she is strong and I'm proud of her -- she is fighting."
As for getting Charlie's gals back together -- Jaclyn revealed that all three stars (including Kate Jackson) are interested in reprising the roles that made them '70s sex symbols! Smith dished, "We'd like to do it if it's right... if we have a script that is 'today,' it would be fun."