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  1. JaniceJanice

    Supermodel Janice Dickinson has been featured in the pages of major fashion magazines Vogue, Elle, and Cosmopolitan and in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. She walked the runways of Milan and Paris for Versace, Armani, Calvin Klein, and others. In No Lifeguard On Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel, Janice candidly recounted her meteoric rise to the top of the modeling world, her painful and bumpy slide to the bottom, and the shocking, reckless, steamy, funny, outrageous and drug-filled moments in between. She followed up Lifeguard with Everything About Me Is Fake ... And I'm Perfect which was also a great success. Janice has appeared as a judge on 3 seasons of the hit UPN series America's Next Top Model. The success of Top Model has made Janice an instant sensation once again.

  2. SandySandy

    Since the day she burst on the music scene as the dynamic and vivacious Pepa, of the "highest selling rap trio" of all time, Salt N' Pepa, Sandra Denton has been a powerful force in the entertainment industry. As one third of the all girl rap powerhouse, Sandy paved the way for female artists today bringing hip-hop to new heights in the 1990's, gaining a widespread international mainstream following and fashionista status. Always known as "the personality" of the group, this Jamaican native also earned the moniker entertainment titan as she began to display her talent as a rapper, producer, songwriter, activist, and actress. After receiving the most esteemed accolades in the music industry, Pepa, is still working as hard as ever. Although Pepa is now a solo star, the iconic Salt N' Pepa continue to be adored by fans everywhere and will be honored as rap pioneers at the Second Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

  3. JoseJose

    Major League Baseball's Jose Canseco was signed by the Oakland Athletics in 1982 and was named Rookie of the Year in 1986. Mark McGwire joined the team and together they became known as the "Bash Brothers." At the age of 23, Canseco became the first player in major league history to hit at least 40 home runs and steal at least 40 bases in the same year; subsequently he was the American League's MVP of 1989. He helped the A's win the World Series that year and helped the New York Yankees win it in 2000. A string of injuries forced Jose to retire two years later. In 2005, Jose admitted to using steroids in a tell-all bestseller Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big. The controversial book brought to the forefront the rampant use of performance enhancing drugs in professional sports. One member of Congress credited Jose with "singlehandedly saving the game of baseball" through his revelations.

  4. JaniceJanice

    Supermodel Janice Dickinson has been featured in the pages of major fashion magazines Vogue, Elle, and Cosmopolitan and in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. She walked the runways of Milan and Paris for Versace, Armani, Calvin Klein, and others. In No Lifeguard On Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel, Janice candidly recounted her meteoric rise to the top of the modeling world, her painful and bumpy slide to the bottom, and the shocking, reckless, steamy, funny, outrageous and drug-filled moments in between. She followed up Lifeguard with Everything About Me Is Fake ... And I'm Perfect which was also a great success. Janice has appeared as a judge on 3 seasons of the hit UPN series America's Next Top Model. The success of Top Model has made Janice an instant sensation once again.

  5. OmarosaOmarosa

    You may know her by just one name and one show, but there is more to this Apprentice contestant than meets the eye. Omarosa Manigault Stallworth competed in the numerous beauty pageants, studied broadcast journalism, and accepted several presidential appointments in the Clinton-Gore White House. She was selected out of nearly a quarter of a million applicants as a contestant on The Apprentice, vying to head one of Donald Trump's million dollar companies. She emerged as a breakout character, landed the cover of TV Guide, and appeared on countless talk shows. After The Apprentice Omarosa made her acting debut on NBC's Passions and UPN's Girlfriends and was the subject of an E! True Hollywood Story and VH1's I Married: Omarosa. She has also served as a correspondent for The TV Guide Channel, the Style Network and Extra.

  6. BronsonBronson

    A graduate of Yale's Drama School, and best known for his Emmy-nominated role as Balki Bartokomous on Perfect Strangers, Bronson Pinchot's extensive acting career spans over 40 movie and television performances, including roles in Risky Business, Beverly Hills Cop, True Romance, and The First Wives Club. He lent his voice to animated characters such as Rodrigo in Babes in Toyland, Franz Fensterkopf in The Wild Thornberrys, and Dietrich in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. On stage, Bronson recently starred in Stones In Their Pockets at the West End in London and Putting It Together and Sly Fox on Broadway. He can also be seen in the independent movies Second Best and Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control.

  7. CapriceCaprice

    Caprice, one of the most photographed women in the world, has appeared in over 300 magazine covers across the globe. She was voted GQ's Woman of the Year and Maxim's International Woman of the Year three years running (2000/01/02). Caprice has also lent her name to successful lines of lingerie and hair products. She made her theatre debut in London starring in The Vagina Monologues followed by the hit musical Rent. She appeared in the independent films Nailing Vienna, Man With Rain In His Shoes, Bubble, and Hollywood Files. She appeared on several British TV shows including "Caprice's Travels" on SKY and ITV1, "Friday Night's All Wright With Ian Wright" on BBC1, and Channel 4's "The Big Breakfast With Johnny Vaughan" and was also the star of her own documentary Being Caprice for Channel 4.

  8. CareyCarey

    Carey Hart is one of the most recognized names in freestyle Motocross. His father bought him his first moto bike when he was only four years old and by the time he graduated from high school, Carey was a professional rider in the Supercross circuit. In 1998, Carey became a leader in the Freestyle movement, a more creative form of Motocross. At the 2000 Gravity Games Carey etched his name in the record books as the first rider ever to complete a back flip on a 250cc motorcycle. It catapulted Carey to an entirely new level and put freestyle Motocross on the map. He has been featured in numerous magazines, TV shows, and movies, and even opened a tattoo parlor in the Las Vegas' Palms Casino in 2004. In June of 2005, Carey got engaged to Pink after the popstar proposed by holding up a board reading "Will You Marry Me?" during the Pro 250 class finals.

  9. SandySandy

    Since the day she burst on the music scene as the dynamic and vivacious Pepa, of the "highest selling rap trio" of all time, Salt N' Pepa, Sandra Denton has been a powerful force in the entertainment industry. As one third of the all girl rap powerhouse, Sandy paved the way for female artists today bringing hip-hop to new heights in the 1990's, gaining a widespread international mainstream following and fashionista status. Always known as "the personality" of the group, this Jamaican native also earned the moniker entertainment titan as she began to display her talent as a rapper, producer, songwriter, activist, and actress. After receiving the most esteemed accolades in the music industry, Pepa, is still working as hard as ever. Although Pepa is now a solo star, the iconic Salt N' Pepa continue to be adored by fans everywhere and will be honored as rap pioneers at the Second Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

  10. CareyCarey

    Carey Hart is one of the most recognized names in freestyle Motocross. His father bought him his first moto bike when he was only four years old and by the time he graduated from high school, Carey was a professional rider in the Supercross circuit. In 1998, Carey became a leader in the Freestyle movement, a more creative form of Motocross. At the 2000 Gravity Games Carey etched his name in the record books as the first rider ever to complete a back flip on a 250cc motorcycle. It catapulted Carey to an entirely new level and put freestyle Motocross on the map. He has been featured in numerous magazines, TV shows, and movies, and even opened a tattoo parlor in the Las Vegas' Palms Casino in 2004. In June of 2005, Carey got engaged to Pink after the popstar proposed by holding up a board reading "Will You Marry Me?" during the Pro 250 class finals.

  11. CapriceCaprice

    Caprice, one of the most photographed women in the world, has appeared in over 300 magazine covers across the globe. She was voted GQ's Woman of the Year and Maxim's International Woman of the Year three years running (2000/01/02). Caprice has also lent her name to successful lines of lingerie and hair products. She made her theatre debut in London starring in The Vagina Monologues followed by the hit musical Rent. She appeared in the independent films Nailing Vienna, Man With Rain In His Shoes, Bubble, and Hollywood Files. She appeared on several British TV shows including "Caprice's Travels" on SKY and ITV1, "Friday Night's All Wright With Ian Wright" on BBC1, and Channel 4's "The Big Breakfast With Johnny Vaughan" and was also the star of her own documentary Being Caprice for Channel 4.

  12. BronsonBronson

    A graduate of Yale's Drama School, and best known for his Emmy-nominated role as Balki Bartokomous on Perfect Strangers, Bronson Pinchot's extensive acting career spans over 40 movie and television performances, including roles in Risky Business, Beverly Hills Cop, True Romance, and The First Wives Club. He lent his voice to animated characters such as Rodrigo in Babes in Toyland, Franz Fensterkopf in The Wild Thornberrys, and Dietrich in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. On stage, Bronson recently starred in Stones In Their Pockets at the West End in London and Putting It Together and Sly Fox on Broadway. He can also be seen in the independent movies Second Best and Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control.

  13. OmarosaOmarosa

    You may know her by just one name and one show, but there is more to this Apprentice contestant than meets the eye. Omarosa Manigault Stallworth competed in the numerous beauty pageants, studied broadcast journalism, and accepted several presidential appointments in the Clinton-Gore White House. She was selected out of nearly a quarter of a million applicants as a contestant on The Apprentice, vying to head one of Donald Trump's million dollar companies. She emerged as a breakout character, landed the cover of TV Guide, and appeared on countless talk shows. After The Apprentice Omarosa made her acting debut on NBC's Passions and UPN's Girlfriends and was the subject of an E! True Hollywood Story and VH1's I Married: Omarosa. She has also served as a correspondent for The TV Guide Channel, the Style Network and Extra.

  14. BronsonBronson

    A graduate of Yale's Drama School, and best known for his Emmy-nominated role as Balki Bartokomous on Perfect Strangers, Bronson Pinchot's extensive acting career spans over 40 movie and television performances, including roles in Risky Business, Beverly Hills Cop, True Romance, and The First Wives Club. He lent his voice to animated characters such as Rodrigo in Babes in Toyland, Franz Fensterkopf in The Wild Thornberrys, and Dietrich in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. On stage, Bronson recently starred in Stones In Their Pockets at the West End in London and Putting It Together and Sly Fox on Broadway. He can also be seen in the independent movies Second Best and Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control.

  15. CapriceCaprice

    Caprice, one of the most photographed women in the world, has appeared in over 300 magazine covers across the globe. She was voted GQ's Woman of the Year and Maxim's International Woman of the Year three years running (2000/01/02). Caprice has also lent her name to successful lines of lingerie and hair products. She made her theatre debut in London starring in The Vagina Monologues followed by the hit musical Rent. She appeared in the independent films Nailing Vienna, Man With Rain In His Shoes, Bubble, and Hollywood Files. She appeared on several British TV shows including "Caprice's Travels" on SKY and ITV1, "Friday Night's All Wright With Ian Wright" on BBC1, and Channel 4's "The Big Breakfast With Johnny Vaughan" and was also the star of her own documentary Being Caprice for Channel 4.

  16. CareyCarey

    Carey Hart is one of the most recognized names in freestyle Motocross. His father bought him his first moto bike when he was only four years old and by the time he graduated from high school, Carey was a professional rider in the Supercross circuit. In 1998, Carey became a leader in the Freestyle movement, a more creative form of Motocross. At the 2000 Gravity Games Carey etched his name in the record books as the first rider ever to complete a back flip on a 250cc motorcycle. It catapulted Carey to an entirely new level and put freestyle Motocross on the map. He has been featured in numerous magazines, TV shows, and movies, and even opened a tattoo parlor in the Las Vegas' Palms Casino in 2004. In June of 2005, Carey got engaged to Pink after the popstar proposed by holding up a board reading "Will You Marry Me?" during the Pro 250 class finals.

  17. SandySandy

    Since the day she burst on the music scene as the dynamic and vivacious Pepa, of the "highest selling rap trio" of all time, Salt N' Pepa, Sandra Denton has been a powerful force in the entertainment industry. As one third of the all girl rap powerhouse, Sandy paved the way for female artists today bringing hip-hop to new heights in the 1990's, gaining a widespread international mainstream following and fashionista status. Always known as "the personality" of the group, this Jamaican native also earned the moniker entertainment titan as she began to display her talent as a rapper, producer, songwriter, activist, and actress. After receiving the most esteemed accolades in the music industry, Pepa, is still working as hard as ever. Although Pepa is now a solo star, the iconic Salt N' Pepa continue to be adored by fans everywhere and will be honored as rap pioneers at the Second Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors.

  18. JoseJose

    Major League Baseball's Jose Canseco was signed by the Oakland Athletics in 1982 and was named Rookie of the Year in 1986. Mark McGwire joined the team and together they became known as the "Bash Brothers." At the age of 23, Canseco became the first player in major league history to hit at least 40 home runs and steal at least 40 bases in the same year; subsequently he was the American League's MVP of 1989. He helped the A's win the World Series that year and helped the New York Yankees win it in 2000. A string of injuries forced Jose to retire two years later. In 2005, Jose admitted to using steroids in a tell-all bestseller Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big. The controversial book brought to the forefront the rampant use of performance enhancing drugs in professional sports. One member of Congress credited Jose with "singlehandedly saving the game of baseball" through his revelations.

  19. JaniceJanice

    Supermodel Janice Dickinson has been featured in the pages of major fashion magazines Vogue, Elle, and Cosmopolitan and in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. She walked the runways of Milan and Paris for Versace, Armani, Calvin Klein, and others. In No Lifeguard On Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel, Janice candidly recounted her meteoric rise to the top of the modeling world, her painful and bumpy slide to the bottom, and the shocking, reckless, steamy, funny, outrageous and drug-filled moments in between. She followed up Lifeguard with Everything About Me Is Fake ... And I'm Perfect which was also a great success. Janice has appeared as a judge on 3 seasons of the hit UPN series America's Next Top Model. The success of Top Model has made Janice an instant sensation once again.

  20. OmarosaOmarosa

    You may know her by just one name and one show, but there is more to this Apprentice contestant than meets the eye. Omarosa Manigault Stallworth competed in the numerous beauty pageants, studied broadcast journalism, and accepted several presidential appointments in the Clinton-Gore White House. She was selected out of nearly a quarter of a million applicants as a contestant on The Apprentice, vying to head one of Donald Trump's million dollar companies. She emerged as a breakout character, landed the cover of TV Guide, and appeared on countless talk shows. After The Apprentice Omarosa made her acting debut on NBC's Passions and UPN's Girlfriends and was the subject of an E! True Hollywood Story and VH1's I Married: Omarosa. She has also served as a correspondent for The TV Guide Channel, the Style Network and Extra.

  21. JoseJose

    Major League Baseball's Jose Canseco was signed by the Oakland Athletics in 1982 and was named Rookie of the Year in 1986. Mark McGwire joined the team and together they became known as the "Bash Brothers." At the age of 23, Canseco became the first player in major league history to hit at least 40 home runs and steal at least 40 bases in the same year; subsequently he was the American League's MVP of 1989. He helped the A's win the World Series that year and helped the New York Yankees win it in 2000. A string of injuries forced Jose to retire two years later. In 2005, Jose admitted to using steroids in a tell-all bestseller Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big. The controversial book brought to the forefront the rampant use of performance enhancing drugs in professional sports. One member of Congress credited Jose with "singlehandedly saving the game of baseball" through his revelations.