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  • J-Hope

    Jung Ho-seok, better known by his stage name J-Hope, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, rapper, and dancer. He is most known for being a member of the Bangtan Boys, a boy band from South Korea. 'Dark & Wild,' 'Wings,' 'Wake Up,' and 'Youth,' as well as the mini-albums 'Skool Luv Affair,' 'The Most Beautiful Moment in Life,' and 'Love Yourself: Her,' he has released with the band. J-Hope has collaborated on multiple popular tracks with Bangtan Boys, including "Miss Right," "Danger," "I Need U," "Run," "Epilogue: Young Forever," "Save Me," and "Not Today," to mention a few. As a solo artist, the South Korean vocalist recorded the single 1 VERSE. 'After School Club,' 'American Hustle Life,' 'Weekly Idol,' 'Idol Star Athletics Championships,' 'The Boss is Watching,' 'National Idol Singing Contest,' and 'God's Workplace,' among others, have included J-Hope. The South Korean singer and his band were named "New Artist of the Year" at the 2013 Golden Disk Awards, the 2013 MelOn Music Awards, the 2014 Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards, and the 2014 Seoul Music Awards, among other honors.

    J-Hope

  • Damien Prince

    A popular YouTube vlogger recognized for the material on his D&B Nation channel. Because to his responses and vlog postings, he and his wife Bianca have become more well-known there. He and Bianca also manage the The Prince Family YouTube channel, which has more than 7 million followers.

    Damien Prince

  • Dr. Dre

    Hip-hop legend who won multiple Grammy Awards, including one for Best Rap Solo Performance for "Let Me Ride" in 1994, as the principal creator of West Coast gangsta rap and a co-owner of Death Row Records. He is also credited with finding and promoting Eminem, and he sold his Beats by Dre headphones to Apple for more than $3 billion in May 2014.

    Dr. Dre

  • John Travolta

    John Joseph Travolta is an actor and singer from the United States. He made his Broadway debut with the cast of Grease and the blockbuster musical Over Here! His appearance as Vinnie Barbarino in the famous TV series Welcome Back Kotter and the highly acclaimed TV movie The Boy in the Plastic Bubble catapulted him to fame. Two consecutive box-office smashes, Saturday Night Fever and Grease, catapulted him to international renown. Throughout the rest of the 1970s, he was a failure, making bad professional decisions and passing up good opportunities. He's been in comedies like Look Who's Talking and its sequels, which were both economically successful. When he featured in Quentin Tarantino's murder thriller Pulp Fiction, he made a comeback. For his portrayal in the highly acclaimed film Get Shorty, he received his second Academy Award nomination and went on to win a Golden Globe. Primary Colors and The General's Daughter are two more important films. With his role as Edna Turnblad in the film adaptation of the Broadway blockbuster Hairspray, he returned to his musical roots. He effectively changed himself into a huge lady for the part using wigs, make-up, clothes, and a fat suit.

    John Travolta

  • Eden Wood

    Eden Wood is an actress and reality television personality from the United States. She switched her emphasis to modeling and acting after continuously competing in several kid beauty pageants. Eden has also dabbled in singing and dancing, and has achieved a comparable level of success as a singer and dancer. 'Toddlers and Tiaras,' a TV reality show, is where she is most known. Eden has also been on a number of television shows and been a guest on a number of talk shows. Eden created her own show on Logo TV and participated in one of the channel's award events. 'The Little Rascals Save the Day,' 'Jimmy Paul: The Pug Tooth Fairy,' and other films are among her credits. Her accomplishments are detailed in her biography, which she co-wrote with her mother.

    Eden Wood

  • Elise Ecklund

    Elise Ecklund is an American guitarist and ukulele musician who has a self-titled YouTube channel where she publishes covers and music videos. She also occasionally posts beauty, lifestyle, and funny stuff. Ecklund is a multi-talented, bright, and intelligent individual. She has a marketing degree and is a graduate of John Brown University and Southern New Hampshire University. In addition to managing her YouTube career, she works as a marketing official at Amazon. Her singing abilities are excellent, and she can convert anyone into a fan in a matter of minutes. Ecklund, who has tens of thousands of followers on social media, has already made a name for himself. Millions of people throughout the world listen to her music. Until now, the gifted musician has covered a variety of artists, like Ed Sheeran, Julia Michaels, and Troye Sivan, to name a few. In real life, Ecklund has a pleasant demeanor. She is fun-loving, cheerful, and sociable, having grown up in a large household with multiple siblings. She may also sing any of your comments, including HATE COMMENTS.

    Elise Ecklund

  • Matt Dillon

    Matt Dillon, an actor and director, began his career in the entertainment industry at the age of 14. He rose to immediate recognition as a natural-born performer and became the heartthrob of many young women. However, over time, he developed a more mature and serious side through collaborating with some of the best filmmakers and performers of his day. Dillon has carved out a niche in the film industry thanks to his charisma, attractiveness, and adaptability. He's also appeared in a number of music videos for well-known artists and singers, as well as working on a number of TV shows. After earning mediocre success in several of his early films, Dillon went on to give outstanding performances in nearly every film he appeared in. Soon after, he began attracting the attention of many filmmakers by appearing in some of Hollywood's most well-known and remembered films. It didn't take him long to get to the top of the success ladder and into the spotlight. Many famous directors and moviegoers admire him because most of his films have been commercially successful. Dillon is well-known for his film choices, having been named one of People magazine's Sexiest Men Alive in 2007. He is one of the rare performers that chooses films that are distinctive and are not made solely for the sake of making money.

    Matt Dillon

  • Molly Ringwald

    Molly Kathleen Ringwald is an actress, singer, dancer, and author from the United States. She was the reigning 'teen queen' of popular films in the 1980s, thanks to her good fortune in becoming the muse of John Hughes, the famed filmmaker of coming-of-age pictures. Ringwald began her career in the entertainment industry at an early age, appearing in a local theatrical performance of Alice in Wonderland at the age of five. Because of her mother's support and her father's background in jazz music, she released her first jazz record when she was just six years old. The film industry didn't take notice of her until she was cast in 'Tempest.' Hughes paved the groundwork for her popularity by casting her in a number of his iconic teen films from the 1980s, including 'Sixteen Candles,' 'The Breakfast Club,' and others. Ringwald made a career change in the 1990s after experiencing success in the 1980s, moving to France to work in French language films and theater shows. After a while, she returned to American cinema and television, where she continues to thrill her audience in films such as 'Not Another Teen Movie,' 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager,' and others.

    Molly Ringwald

  • Kylie Rogers

    Kylie was supposed to be a pop sensation. Period. Nothing else can account for Kylie's incredible quantity of skill at such a young age! Kylie had her hands full with television series and films even before she turned eleven. She has seen over 20 films and television series at the age of twelve. She began her acting career when she was eight years old, and this lovely young girl hasn't looked back since. Her early performances in 'Days of our Lives' and 'Horror House' drew the attention of producers, who bombarded her with television and film offers. She played Molly Godwin in the cult television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2013. Despite the fact that she only appeared in one episode, she was assured of a bright acting future. 'Private Practice,' 'Deadtime Stories,' 'Mob City,' and the newest Steven Spielberg creations, a sci-fi series titled 'The Whispers,' are just a few of the hit television shows in which the cherubic Kylie has appeared. Kylie's first significant film part was in the 2014 film Space Station 76, which marked the start of her career on the big screen. Since then, she has appeared in films such as 'Mojave,' 'Fathers and Daughters,' and 'Miracles from Heaven,' with prominent performers in the business.

    Kylie Rogers

  • Mary I of England

    From 1553 until 1558, Mary I was Queen of England and Ireland. She was the only child of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon to live past the age of infancy. King Henry's marriage to Catherine was annulled due to his inability to produce a male successor, making Mary I the King's illegitimate child. As a result, she was dismissed from the case. Following the death of her half-brother, Edward VI, a series of circumstances led to her succession. Her coronation as Queen of England took place in 1553. Mary married Prince Philip after her appointment to keep her half-sister, Elizabeth, out of the direct line of succession. The marriage, on the other hand, was mainly unpopular. During Mary's reign, the Roman Catholic faith was founded, and a stringent Heresy legislation was enacted, which targeted those of the protestant faith. This widespread persecution sparked widespread resentment among her subjects, earning her the moniker "Bloody Mary." During her reign, she suffered from military setbacks in France, bad weather, and failing crops. Mary was followed as Queen of England by her sister Elizabeth, who had no children of her own.

    Mary I of England

  • Tamina Pollack-Paris

    Tamina Pollack-Paris is a Canadian dancer, choreographer, model, actor, and singer. She is best known for her performances in the Canadian TV series 'The Next Step' and 'The Stanley Dynamic.' Tamina began her career as a dancer and choreographer and later bagged praises for acting, too. She has participated in the Canadian version of the reality show 'So You Think You Can Dance.' She has also shared the stage with artists such as Lady Gaga, Aloee Blacc, Ke$ha, Big Sean, Danny Fernandes, and Justin Bieber. Tamina has co-founded an academy named 'The Girls Club' that provides a platform to aspiring female dancers.

    Tamina Pollack-Paris

  • Le'Veon Bell

    Standout The Pittsburgh Steelers picked Michigan State running back in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. In 2014, he was named to his first Pro Bowl after racking up over 2,000 combined rushing and receiving yards.

    Le'Veon Bell