Born and bred in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Candice "Dice" Dixon is always full of swagger and a great sense of humor. But as funny as she is, Dice has a serious side as well. An academic at heart, this scholar has always strived for success at the collegiate level. Just as comfortable in a library as she is sitting courtside, Ms. Dixon impressed while attending North Carolina A&T State University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in OSHA. In December 2011, she went on to receive her master's degree in the same subject, graduating summa cum laude with a perfect 4.0. Since then, Dice's loveable personality has made her a popular choice to host all over the country, and she has recently graced the cover of SSL Magazine. Currently, Dice is planning on moving back to her hometown of Atlanta.
Basketball icon Carmelo Anthony has been one of the top scorers in the NBA since his arrival in 2003. Born in New York, Melo played his high school basketball in Baltimore before heading to Syracuse University. There he led the Orangemen to their first National Championship and won the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
The Denver Nuggets drafted this coveted small forward 3rd overall and Anthony didn't let them down, leading the team to two divisional titles and to a playoff birth all eight seasons he was there. Carmelo was traded in a much anticipated move to the New York Knicks. As a member of the USA National team, Melo has become a two-time Olympian, even winning The Gold Medal at the 2008 Beijing Games -- one of his proudest moments.
Off the court, Melo has diversified himself as a businessman and a philanthropist. He is a member of the exclusive and coveted Team Jordan athletes, annually releasing a top-selling signature sneaker. Charity has been a top priority having founded The Carmelo Anthony Foundation as well as the program Courts 4 Kids.
This multiple Grammy Award winning R&B singer has been a pillar of the music industry for over a decade. Her meteoric rise as one of the founding members of Destiny's Child saw her become an icon, selling over forty million albums and more than twenty million singles.
And Kelly didn't stop there. Her solo career has taken off with worldwide number-one hits "Dilemma" with rapper Nelly, "When Love Takes Over" and "Commander" with David Guetta, and more recently, "Motivation" featuring Lil Wayne. But this multi-talented woman has also branched out onto both the big and small screens of film and television.
With appearances on The Hughleys, American Dreams, and Single Ladies and hosting gigs on The Fashion Show alongside Isaac Mizrahi, Clash of the Choirs, and British hit The X Factor, Kelly has kept herself busy! She also has found time to grace the silver screen in Freddy vs. Jason (2003), The Seat Filler (2004), and Think Like A Man which is due out in 2012.
It didn't take long before La La made her way into television, starting with the long running and always popular MTV shows Direct Effect and TRL. Over the next decade this fan favorite appeared on a variety of shows, including pop-culture phenomenons Flavor of Love, I Love New York, Charm School, and For the Love of Ray J.
But La hasn't stopped there -- this multi-faceted performer has set her sights on Hollywood. Starting with spots on Sex and the City, You Got Served, Mrs. Anthony more recently got parts in The Gun, starring Val Kilmer and 50 Cent, as well as Think Like A Man, starring Chris Brown and Gabrielle Union. This past year she also took her talents to the New York stage with an appearance in the Off Broadway smash Love, Loss and What I Wore.
She and husband, basketball star Carmelo Anthony, have one son, Kiyan. They currently split their time between Los Angeles and New York.
Po Johnson has brought her unique style and outlook to La La's Full Court Life, but this natural performer wasn't always in front of the camera. Originally from Baton Rouge and growing up in Houston, Po attended Clark Atlanta University and graduated with a degree in Mass Communication. She soon dug into work behind the scenes, and a quick climb up the ladder saw her become Production Manager for such shows as Sunday Best, College Hill, Celebration of Gospel and The BET Awards. However, after a few years in the business, Po decided to quit her job and pursue her dreams of becoming a musician. This up-and-coming artist has been working on her first album -- titled The Rise of Po Johnson -- which due out this year, and she has already been featured as a future break-out star in Pynk Magazine and BET.com. Po also dabbles in acting, having appeared in a commercial with Spike Lee. Ms. Johnson splits her time between Los Angeles and New York City.