By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith
Their antics shock and titillate millions -- Hollywood bad girls like Drew Barrymore
, Heather Graham
, Angelina Jolie
and Tara Reid
. Show business has produced a bumper crop of its unique brand of naughty beauties over the past decade or so - famous women who seem to specialize in ways to scandalize. Which will follow in the bad girl-turned-mega-success tradition of Mae West and Madonna
? Which will fall victim to her appetite for excess?
Leading today's pack is Drew
. Famous at seven as "ET" charmer Gertie, she reportedly had her first drink at nine, her first marijuana at 10, cocaine at 12, and rehab stint at 15. Early '90s flicks like "Poison Ivy" and "Guncrazy" added to her wanton image, as did posing nude for Playboy and flashing her breasts on the David Letterman show.Fast forward to 2001, we seemed to be seeing a new Drew. By then, she had established her Flower Films firm, the production entity behind the "Charlie's Angels" movies, among others and seemed destined to become Hollywood's prettiest mogul. She'd also faithfully seen comedian Tom Green through his battle with testicular cancer, and married him. But the calm Drew was not to last.
Last year, divorced from Green, she was in jaw-dropping form at L.A.'s Club AD, where witnesses (including paparazzi who captured the scene) saw the 28-year-old engage in a breast-baring make-out session with two women. Club AD was also the site of a notorious Drew-Heather Graham liplock.
Both Drew and Heather have long lists of men in their lives. Heather's list ranges from Russell Crowe and Heath Ledger to Ed Burns, Pete Yorn and James Woods. Drew's famous beaux span Luke Wilson to musician Fabrizio Moretti, to her other ex-husband, pub owner Jeremy Thomas.
Tara Reid has seemed bent on racking up boyfriends and cementing her nightclub hopping, party-girl rep since her engagement to MTV's Carson Daly broke up.
Then there's Angelina Jolie -- who could forget the Goth getup and anything-but-sisterly kiss of her brother, James Haven, when she won her Best Supporting Actress Oscar for "Girl, Interrupted." Think Jolie and the vials of each other's blood that she and ex-husband Billy Bob Thornton used to wear around their necks might come to mind or their talk of their padded sex room or her statements about self-cutting. But with her adoption of Cambodia-born son Maddox and her affiliation with the United Nations High Commission on Refugees, the "Tomb Raider" temptress has shown there is much more to her than bad girl fun. She has toured embattled sites around the world, donated supplies and $1 million to Afghan refugees fleeing the Taliban. Her latest philanthropic endeavor is a $5 million donation over 15 years to set up a wildlife sanctuary in a former Khmer Rouge-controlled area of Cambodia. On return from her first UNHCR trip to Africa, she wrote in her diary, "I have changed. I like who I have become." If Angelina could change, anyone could.