John Lennon and Yoko Ono
In 1968, the famed Beatle randomly attended an exhibit at London’s Indica Gallery, and had his world rocked by the artist, Yoko Ono. He invited her over to “record an album” (when’s the last time you heard that one), and the next morning, Lennon’s wife came home to see Yoko chilling in her bathrobe. The Beatles broke up two years later, which fans blame on Yoko. You know, for distracting John with hippie shenanigans like public protests, performance art, primal therapy, and their famous, week-long “bed-in” for peace (the demonstration took place in their honeymoon bed, in ’69). But the peaceniks were true soulmates, and stayed together still John was killed in 1980.