August Alsina is an R&B singer from New Orleans who had his start signed to Def Jam Recordings. He released his first mixtape "The Product" in 2012, followed by "The Product 2." Alsina released his debut studio album "Testimony" in 2014 after garnering success from the platinum-selling singles "I Luv This S**t" (featuring Trinidad James) and "No Love" (featuring Nicki Minaj). The album was followed up by "This Thing Called Life" in 2015. After leaving Def Jam and a long hiatus, he released the EP "Forever and a Day" in 2019 via his independent label Shake The World. In 2020, Alsina released his third album, "The Product III: State of Emergency" -- along with a five-part documentary series detailing his life experiences, family and health.
Action actress, professional wrestler, producer, social media influencer, crypto-coin entrepreneur and former WWE Superstar CJ Perry (best known as "The Ravishing Russian" Lana from "SmackDown," "Raw" and E!'s hit show "Total Divas") can be seen starring opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in sci-fi thriller film "Wifelike." She has also appeared in notable films such as Bruce Willis's "Cosmic Sin," "Pitch Perfect" and "Pitch Perfect 2." Perry not only continues to elevate her presence in the film and television industry, but also continuously makes waves in beauty and fashion by working with brands such as Revolve, PrettyLittleThing and Fashion Nova and launching CJPERRY.COM. Her electric personality, relentless determination and endless capabilities are what set her apart from all others. Perry continues to advance her career in various industries and is recognized as one of the strongest female inspirational figures.
Dennis Rodman was a professional basketball player from 1986-2000 and is considered one of the greatest rebounders ever to play the game. His rebounding exploits have drawn comparisons with such legends as Wilt Chamberlain, Moses Malone and Bill Russell, and Sports Illustrated once called Rodman "a sort of basketball genius." A dedicated analyst of the game and a tenacious defender, Rodman led the National Basketball Association (NBA) in rebounding for four consecutive years and helped lead his teams to five NBA championships. As his career went on, however, Rodman drew even more attention for his off-court antics. With his rainbow-colored hair and multiple tattoos, his penchant for conducting interviews in gay bars and tumultuous romances with Madonna and Carmen Electra, Rodman landed headlines far outside the sports pages. Rodman revels in the outsider image. The hair, the tattoos, the numerous body piercings and the episodes of gender-fluid fashion style are all the product of a man who is as much entertainer as athlete. However flamboyant his behavior might be, Rodman offers no apologies. He feels he is fulfilling his mission in the NBA as well as -- or better than -- anyone.
Frankie Muniz is best known for playing the title character on FOX's seven-season series "Malcolm in the Middle," which earned him an Emmy nomination, two Golden Globe nominations and The Hollywood Reporter's "Young Star Award." Recent feature credits include the lead in the indie feature "The Black String," and on the TV front, DC's "Harley Quinn," AMC's "Preacher," NBC's "The Mysteries of Laura," ABC's "The Rookie," and NBC's "New Amsterdam." On the unscripted side, Muniz was the second runner-up on Season 25 of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," which led to him hosting the "Dancing with the Stars" tour and then being the host for ABC's "Dancing with the Stars: Juniors." Muniz's also well-known for his roles on "Stay Alive," "MADtv" and "Arrested Development," and in "My Dog Skip," "Big Fat Liar," "Deuces Wild," "Stuck on You" and "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story," not to mention being the lead of "Agent Cody Banks." He's also well-known for his voiceover work in roles on "Fairly OddParents," "Moville Mysteries," DC's "Harley Quinn" and "The Simpsons," in the video game "102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue" and in "Dr. Dolittle 2" and Warner Bros.'s "Racing
Brooklyn native Kim Coles is an actress, comedienne, host, author and motivational speaker who starred as sweet but naive Synclaire James on the iconic comedy series "Living Single." The groundbreaking show aired for five seasons on FOX, and in 1998, Coles received an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Coles's TV credits include "Frasier," "MADtv," "In Living Color," "The Geena Davis Show," "10 Items or Less" and "The Soul Man" as well as hosting appearances on "Pay It Off," "In the Loop with iVillage" and "The View." Coles's critically acclaimed one-woman show, "Oh but Wait, There's More!," sold out theatres from coast to coast and showcased Coles's skilled storytelling to inspire, empower, challenge, support, and motivate audiences. Growing demand for her gifts encouraged Coles to design and build popular community-based personal development programs Radiant KimUnity, KimUnity Mastermind, and www.storywithkim.com.
Manny Gutierrez (known professionally as Manny MUA) is a Mexican-American makeup artist, entrepreneur and pioneer in the makeup world for his commitment to blurring the lines of gender in cosmetics. Gutierrez is the founder and CEO of Lunar Beauty, a cosmetics line for men, women and everyone in between. Gutierrez has been recognized by Forbes's 30 Under 30 list for establishing his own beauty empire and being one of the most influential beauty experts on the internet.
With almost 20 years under contract with Wicked Pictures, Stormy Daniels was already a well-known adult film star and award-winning writer/director when the story of her and Donald Trump broke in 2018, turning her world upside down and making her a household name. Refusing to be silenced, Daniels battled it out in court and made appearances on "Saturday Night Live" and almost every major news outlet. Her bold "60 Minutes" interview was the second most-watched in the program's history and her book "Full Disclosure" became a New York Times bestseller. She faced a slew of threats and hostility online while fighting to speak her truth, even as it took a toll on her personal life. While most people know this about her, they don't know she is also a mom, equestrian, paranormal investigator, stand-up comic and feature dancer, and hosts charity events in her hometown of New Orleans.
Singer-songwriter Tamar Braxton began her professional singing career at age 11 with The Braxtons when the group -- featuring her older sisters Toni, Traci, Trina and Towanda -- was signed to Arista Records. Braxton later embarked on her solo career and released the Billboard top-100 single "If You Don't Wanna Love Me" in 2000. In 2012, Braxton released her chart-topping album "Love and War" featuring the number one single of the same name and the hit singles "Hot Sugar" and "All the Way Home." The critically acclaimed album earned three Grammy nominations, two Soul Train awards and a BET Award.