With the advent of social media the relationship between celebrities and their fans has become more personal. The stars that explode into existence on various social media platforms are connected to their fans in ways never conceived before. To the fans they have become not just someone to look up to, but a friend to whom they can turn in their hour of need. Jonah Marais is such a star. This Minnesota born singer-songwriter burst into the music scene only a few a years ago, but he is gradually building up his own brand. From doing covers of popular songs in the early years to now singing originals, he is maturing as a musician. Jonah is on the same path that Justin Bieber took before him, but he still has a long way to go, and he knows this. Rome wasn't built in a day. Neither, for that matter, was Bieber. And it's gonna be the same with Jonah!
Instagram influencer and social media personality who is recognized for sharing lifestyle and selfie photos on her esthergrace__ account, which has earned over 80,000 followers. She is the younger sister of pop singer <a title='Jonah Marais' href='/famous/jonah-marais.htm'>Jonah Marais</a>.
Known as the sister of <a title='Jonah Marais' href='/famous/jonah-marais.htm'>Jonah Marais</a>, who is famous as a member of the pop group Why Don't We.
James Marsden is an American actor, singer, and model. Marsden initially wanted to be a broadcast journalist and in fact enrolled in the course but then he changed track and put all his effort into becoming an actor. He has acted in television and in fact appeared in plenty of cult classic television series like ˜Ally McBeal' and '30 Rock' among others. However, as far as Marsden was concerned television was the stepping stone towards a career in movies and throughout his career he has delivered excellent performances in well-known movies like ˜X-Men', ˜The Notebook' and ˜Enchanted' that have turned him into a force to be reckoned with in the highly competitive world of Hollywood. On the other hand, his talents as a singer had gone completely unnoticed till he recorded two bestselling songs for a movie in which he had a role and since he then he has not looked back. James Marsden is one of the most talented individuals in Hollywood and it is guaranteed that his body of work would be appreciated by films fans for many years to come.
Lead singer and bassist of the alternative rock band The All-American Rejects whose first hit song was "Swing, Swing."
All-Star outfielder who helped lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a World Series Championship in 2011. He also led the Colorado Rockies to the World Series in 2007, where they were defeated by the Boston Red Sox.
Director, YouTuber, and co-founder of the production house Corridor Digital. He also co-founded the company's YouTube page, CorridorDigital, and began posting videos there in June 2010. The channel has gone on to amass more than 5 million subscribers.
Movie actress who gained fame for her appearance in the 2013 film Superman: Man of Steel. She also appeared in Battle: Los Angeles.
Guitarist and co-founder of the rock band The All-American Rejects. In 2003, they achieved success from their debut self-titled album, featuring the hit single "Swing Swing."
Game designer and developer who is particularly known for his prolific BrandonJLa and Rocket Jump YouTube channels. He has gained popularity there for his frequent behind the scenes videos, work vlog entries, and his work with the Hover Junkers virtual reality title.
Former child actor well known for playing Butch in the 1994 film The Little Rascals who would go on to appear in The Kids from Room 402 and 7th Heaven. He provided his voice for the shows Rocket Power, Rugrats and Recess.
Abigail Fillmore, wife of Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States, was the First Lady of America from 1850 to 1853. Raised in a lower-middle class family without a father, she quickly became aware of her financial circumstances. She was passionate about learning and grasping knowledge which encouraged her to become a teacher in her teenage years. During her teaching career, she met an ambitious student, Millard Fillmore. They both fell for each other due to their similar interest in acquiring knowledge and married after some years. Initially a lawyer, her husband eventually went on to contest for the post of governor and later became the Vice President of United States. Following the untimely death of the then-President Zachary Taylor, her husband became the President and she became the First Lady of America. With her strong intellect, she helped her husband execute important political decisions. She also persuaded Congress to start a library at the White House and spent months selecting several hundred volumes to fill its shelves. She often played the hostess at dinners and political gatherings but mostly preferred to spend her time reading and playing the piano. She was a remarkably elegant First Lady of America with a rare combination of grace and intellect.