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  • Dove Cameron

    An actress most known for playing Liv/Maddie Rooney on the Disney Channel sitcom Liv and Maddie. She has also appeared in Cloud 9 and Descendants.

    Dove Cameron

  • Grace VanderWaal

    Grace VanderWaal is a 12-year-old singer, composer, and ukulele player who won America's Got Talent (AGT) for the first time in 10 years as the youngest contestant. She won $1 million in prize money and a three-night headline slot in an AGT performance in Las Vegas after winning AGT. She'll also appear in AGT's inaugural Christmas special, which will air in December. She appeared on several chat programs after winning AGT, performing her original compositions from the talent competition. She's been on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as a guest. She was also included to Billboard magazine's list of 21 Under 21, "music's hottest young sensations," after winning the AGT. She stated on Instagram that she is working on a lyric video for her hit song "I Don't Know My Name." She also teased her followers on Twitter by uploading photographs from her first professional recording session, which she teased about her future album.

    Grace VanderWaal

  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    Martin Luther King Jr. was an important figure in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. While fighting injustice against African-Americans, he avoided violence as much as possible. His theories were based on Christian teachings, but he looked to Mahatma Gandhi's nonviolent campaign for operational skills. Montgomery Bus Boycott was his first significant effort. It not only resulted in the repeal of racial segregation on Montgomery's public transportation system, but it also elevated Martin Luther King Jr. to a national icon and the civil rights movement's most outspoken speaker. He went on to lead a number of other peaceful campaigns and provide a number of motivational speeches. Later, he broadened the scope of his campaign and began pushing for equal pay for equal work. One of his campaigns was the 'March to Washington for Jobs and Freedom.' He was arrested twenty-nine times in his brief life. He wished that one day, everyone will be assessed on their abilities rather than their skin color. At the age of 39, he was killed by a white fanatic's bullet.

    Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Pitbull

    Born Armando Perez, he gained fame for his 2009 album Rebelution and won the Billboard Music Award for Top Radio song for "Give Me Everything" in 2012. His 2013 song "Timber" topped the Billboard Hot 100 list for three consecutive weeks.


  • Skrillex

    Skrillex is an American singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, music producer, and DJ who is acclaimed for his music videos and albums like ˜First of the Year', ˜Bangarang', and ˜My Name is Skrillex'. His career as a musician and singer took off when he volunteered to play the guitar for the rock band ˜From First to Last', but was instead chosen as the lead vocalist. Skrillex, during his association with the band, contributed significantly towards the launch of albums including ˜Heroine' and ˜Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count' but eventually left to chart a solo career. As a soloist, Skrillex joined forces with bands like ˜All Time Low', Forever the Sickest Kids', ˜The Matches', and ˜All Time Low' during countrywide music tours. ˜Gypsyhook EP' was his debut extended play (EP) to be launched commercially, and following its release, Sonny began recording his first studio LP ˜Bells' but eventually called it off. He resumed performing and recording albums using his stage name ˜Skrillex'. The first EP ˜My Name is Skrillex' he recorded under his nom-de-plume was available for download free of cost via his official MySpace profile. Skrillex has bagged eight Grammy Awards till date.


  • therealcacagirl

    Digital creator known for her realcacagirl TikTok account. She is popular for dance trends and beauty content. She also does collaborations with friends, comedy skits, and POV skits. Her posts have helped her earn 850,000 fans. 


  • Kelly Kelly

    Kelly Kelly (Barbara Jean Blank) is a WWE diva, model, and reality television personality from the United States. Kelly began her professional career as a model, and she was finally seen by WWE and invited to appear on one of their events. Kelly was eliminated from the Divas Royal Rumble in one of her first matches. Her antics, such as Kelly's Expose in the ring, for which she earned a lot of flack from her then-boyfriend, are more well-known than her wrestling ability. She was renowned for being an exhibitionist, and she once did a striptease in front of the audience. She was revived in 2007 as part of Extreme Expose, another WWE striptease segment. In 2011, she won her first major wrestling title, the Divas championship, which she defeated Brie Bella. Kelly began her feud with Beth Phoenix over the championship, which she successfully defended several times before losing in a Hell in a Cell match. Kelly began to come in and out of WWE due to a variety of causes after a few more feuds. Kelly has also appeared in a number of TV episodes as an actress.

    Kelly Kelly

  • A1saud

    Crown-verified musical.ly talent with over 600,000 admirers on the app. He also has over 80,000 Instagram followers, where he regularly shares his musical.ly compositions.


  • Drew Brees

    NFL star quarterback who won the Super Bowl XLIV for the New Orleans Saints. Prior to joining with the Saints in 2006, he played his first five NFL seasons with the San Diego Chargers. He surpassed the record for the most passing yards in a career in the NFL in 2018, and the record for the most passing touchdowns in a career in the regular season in 2019.

    Drew Brees

  • Ben Shapiro

    Political pundit and journalist who broadcasts the syndicated radio show The Ben Shapiro Show and podcast. He has authored essays for Newsweek and served as editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire. Project President: Bad Hair and Botox on the Road to the White House is one of his novels.

    Ben Shapiro

  • Shane McMahon

    Shane Brandon McMahon is an American businessman and a part-time professional wrestler who is a minority owner of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Known for his daredevil decisions both in and out of the ring, Shane is the Vice-Chairman of Wecast Holdings Inc, and the on-screen commissioner of WWE's weekly television show ˜SmackDown Live.' The only son of WWE Chairman Vincent McMahon, Shane is a fourth generation wrestling promoter. Also a referee, producer, and announcer, he began working with WWE at the age 15, and inherited his father's business skills. While he is a fiery wrestler on-screen, he is also WWE's Executive Vice President of Global Media behind the scenes. In 2010, he resigned from WWE, and joined an entertainment service company, YOU On Demand as CEO. He returned to WWE in 2016. Winner of the European Championship and Hardcore Championship, Shane is known for his high-risk moves in the ring. During his in-ring career, he surprised his fans on many occasions. His daredevil stunts include jumping from the top of the cell to the announcer's table in Hell in a Cell match, taking a 50-foot leap off the Titantron, and defeating his own father in a brutal Street Fight at WrestleMania X-Seven. In fact, he always does things differently from the rest of the McMahon clan, both in front of and behind the cameras.

    Shane McMahon

  • Andrew Curtis

    Dancer with a self-titled YouTube channel who takes on dancing challenges and exhibits extraordinary flexibility in his performances. His channel now has more than 470,000 subscribers. For videos like "Me attempting to be Anna McNulty," he has achieved internet popularity. He now has more than 2.8 million followers on TikTok. He was once connected to Viral Nation.

    Andrew Curtis