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  • Kendall Vertes

    Kendall Vertes is one of the most popular dancers on Lifetime's Dance Moms reality show. Kendall is a singer and model in addition to being a competitive dancer. She debuted on the dancing reality program with her mother, Jill Vertes, in the opening episode of the second season. She went back and forth between Abby Lee Dance Company and Candy Apple's Dance Center until she was offered a permanent position on Abby Lee Miller's squad. Kendall was offered a unique performance at a Harlem Globetrotters show during her time at CADC. Wear 'Em Out," her debut song, was released on April 21, 2015. On June 9, 2015, it was followed by a music video, which debuted on Dance Moms. She also covered the song "Winter Wonderland" and published it as a cover. She has been in numerous of her co-stars on Dance Moms' music videos. "Summer Love Song," "It's A Girl Party," "Freaks Like Me," and "Boomerang" are just a few of her tracks. She was featured on the cover of the magazine Girl's Life.

    Kendall Vertes

  • Deji Olatunji

    Deji Olatunji's channel ComedyShortsGamer has over 10 million followers and 4 billion views, making him a prominent YouTube sensation. In fact, he is so well-known that in 2015, he was ranked second on Tubular Labs' BBC list of "UK's Most Influential YouTube Creators," immediately after his older brother, Olajide "JJ" Olatunji, who was ranked first. Deji's output consists mostly of gaming videos, pranks, and insane challenge videos, among other things. He is highly active on YouTube, uploading 3-4 videos every week on average. The majority of his videos have received over a million views. He competed in the 2015 Legends of Gaming tournament among notable YouTube gamers such as Wroetoshaw and Calfreezy, and placed second. Deji has his own clothing business, Tank, which creates beanies and snapbacks and sells them on his website. He's also dabbling in acting, having starred with his brother JJ and famed YouTube vlogger Caspar Lee in the 2016 comedy film Laid In America.

    Deji Olatunji

  • Caleb Finn

    With his cleverly constructed lip syncs, the majority of which are up-close images of himself, TikTok star who has amassed over 1.3 million admirers on the platform.

    Caleb Finn

  • PnB Rock

    PnB Rock is a hip-hop recording artist and rapper from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When he was three years old, he lost his father to a criminal. He grew up in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, which was far from ideal. He was inspired by and grew up listening to gangsta rappers like Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Due to financial difficulties, he had to drop out of high school, and after spending some time with minor criminals, he chose to pursue a career in music. His debut mixtape, Real N*gga Bangaz, was released in June 2014 and was a minor success. After signing with Atlantic Records, Rock began to garner a lot of attention from the local music scene. His 2016 hit, "Selfish," ultimately brought him to the attention of the general public, landing him in the "US Billboard Hot 100." As a result, he was named one of the "10 New Artists You Need to Know" by Rolling Stone magazine. His remarkable career continued with his collaboration with Wiz Khalifa on the soundtrack for the huge film 'Fate of the Furious.'

    PnB Rock

  • Sarai Jones

    Sarai Jones is one of the popular YouTubers and vloggers and her channel has been the go-to for inspiration pertaining to life and lifestyle. Sarai's fans have literally seen her grow up in front of their screens, since she was in her preteens. Starting off with no agenda in mind, to now making great waves as a fashion guru, this ˜YouTube' prodigy is slowly taking over the social media space, one step at a time. Her channel Krazyrayray has abundance of tutorials and DIYs, and even challenges and dares that can keep you hooked for hours straight. Sarai has gone out to prove just how far her fame can go, by gaining over a million followers on ˜Instagram'.

    Sarai Jones

  • Kirk Douglas

    Actor who acted in The Odyssey and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and appeared on film with his own family in the series It Runs in the Family. Gunfight at the OK Corral, Tough Guys, and Lust for Life are among his other significant films.

    Kirk Douglas

  • McKayla Maroney

    American Olympic gymnast who won a silver medal in the vault and a gold medal in the team category at the 2012 London Olympics.

    McKayla Maroney

  • Kurt Angle

    Kurt Steven Angle is an American actor, professional wrestler, and Olympic gold medalist. He is known for being the most successful amateur to professional wrestler to date. He began practicing when he was seven years old and went on to win the NCAA Division I Heavyweight Wrestling Championship twice, as well as a gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 1995 World Wrestling Championships and another at the 1996 Summer Olympics. He made his debut professional wrestling appearance in 1998 before earning an eight-year deal with the World Wrestling Federation (WWE, now World Wrestling Entertainment). In November 1999, he made his formal debut in a WWF ring, and during his initial tenure with the organization, he became one of their most decorated performers. Angle left WWE in 2006 to join the company's largest rival, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA, now Impact Wrestling), where he stayed for the rest of his career. He returned to WWE in 2017 as the General Manager of Raw after an 11-year absence. He has recently resumed his wrestling career, appearing on various pay-per-views. He has broken his neck five times in the years he has been active, and is known for his perseverance, charisma, and skill. He is regarded one of the all-time greats.

    Kurt Angle

  • Nau

    Adexe & Nau is a YouTube cover artist who performs interpretations of popular artists' songs with his brother Adexe. Their channel has a subscription base of over 7 million people.


  • Choi Min-ho

    SHINee's main rapper, a South Korean singer and model, is best known for his work with the pop group SHINee.

    Choi Min-ho

  • Tre Cool

    Frank Edwin Wright III, famously known as Tré Cool, is an American drummer for the famous punk band ˜Green Day'. He does not only play drums for the band but he is also into playing guitar, piano and giving background vocals. Cool got into music from a very young age and being ˜The Lookouts'' lead singer Larry Livermore's neighbor only helped him in achieving his musical aspirations. He started playing drums for ˜The Lookouts' when he was only 12 years old but as he grew up and gained some popularity for his talent, he was offered to become ˜Green Day's' drummer as their original drummer had left. Before he joined the ˜Green day', Cool was more into playing freestyle, happier beats but to adjust with the philosophy of ˜Green Day' he had to adopt a more collective approach”not just playing the instrument but playing the actual song. Cool has been honored by the ˜Drummers! Magazine' as ˜one of the best drum players of the existing times'.

    Tre Cool

  • Tristan Jass

    Basketball point guard who rose to fame after posting videos of himself shooting extreme layups on Instagram, earning over 290,000 followers. 

    Tristan Jass