Dr. Oz's Orange Crush: Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie
Dr. Oz's crush is from the pages of (medical) historyPlay Video
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He's one of TV's favorite doctors, so it's only fitting that Dr. Oz's Orange Crush would be medical maven Marie Curie, born in 1867.
Of course, Dr. Oz said his wife Lisa (who once modeled for Visine ads) was his first love, but when pressed, he had to own up to his historical crush.
Dr. Oz said he had a thing for the chemist, physicist and Nobel Prize winner because of her contributions to the medical field, including advancing the invention of the X-ray.
"She could tell me all about what's going on in the world of science around me," Dr. Oz told TODAY. "She had a very feminine approach — with a little testosterone added to it."
Only Dr. Oz.