Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Marguerite Piazza made her debut as a star at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1951. She sang every Saturday night on one of the first TV variety shows from 1950 to 1954: Your Show of Shows, starring Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca. In 1957, she began a long career as a Las Vegas headliner and international nightclub singer. Even with her demanding career, she married four times and had six children. You can read more about her amazing life in her autobiography, Pagliacci Has Nothing On Me!