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Duskie Estes

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Duskie Estes

Duskie Lynn Estes (born August 4, 1968)[1][2][3] is an American chef and restaurateur. Early life and career Estes is the youngest child born to a scientist father and to Carroll L. Estes, a sociology professor.[2][1][10] She studied pre-med and law at Brown University prior to becoming a chef.[2][4] Estes then briefly attended California Culinary Academy before graduating from Brown University.[2] Television career In October 2010, Estes was selected to compete in the third season of the Food Network series The Next Iron Chef; she was eliminated at the end of the fourth episode.[2] She returned to the series during the fifth season, where she was eliminated after the second episode.[11] Estes also infrequently serves as a judge on Guy's Grocery Games.[4][12] Personal life Estes was a vegetarian for 22 years before meeting her husband, fellow chef and salumist John Stewart.[2][12][7] Together they own and operate the restaurants Zazu Kitchen + Farm, Bovolo, The Black Piglet and Black Pig Meat Co.[9][7]

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R. J. Haddy

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R. J. Haddy

Robert J. Haddy II is a special effects artist and airbrush dealer. He is best known as a contestant on season 2 of Syfy's reality television game show, Face Off in which he was a finalist and fan favorite for the season. He returned as a veteran contestant on season 5 of Face Off, but was eliminated in episode 5. Biography Haddy is a native of Charleston, West Virginia,[1] and is a graduate of Capital High School.[2] While at the Joe Blasco Make-Up Center, Haddy worked for Alterian Studios under Tony Gardner, which allowed him to work on films such as Batman & Robin, There's Something About Mary and Contact.[2] Haddy later returned to Charleston to Capital High School, where he taught television production, writing and performance for the camera, special effects, web and app design, and filmmaking. He also wrote and designed the curriculum.[3] Face Off After the first season of Syfy's reality television game show Face Off, Haddy auditioned for season 2 at San Diego Comic-Con International in 2011. W

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Heather Chadwell

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Heather Chadwell

Heather Chadwell (born May 5, 1975) is an American actress, author, model, reality personality, and realtor.[1] She is most known for her appearance on VH1's Rock of Love, but has also ventured into acting with a small appearance on an episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. She has Anna Nicole Smith's former agent working as her agent now; they are working on a comedy film similar to the American Pie movies about "a dancer who wants to go to college." Childhood and education Heather was born on May 5, 1975 in Columbus, Ohio. She has five stepbrothers, which is what she claimed "made her a tomboy as a child." Growing up, Heather was athletic, playing soccer, volleyball, basketball, and softball.[2] She temporarily lived in Jacksonville, Florida with her father until her parent's divorce. After her parents divorce, she moved back to Ohio and enrolled in college. After transferring several times, Heather finally settled with Ohio State University and graduated in 2002 with a degree in communications. Onc

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Jojo Fletcher

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Jojo Fletcher

Joelle "Jojo" Fletcher (born November 1, 1990 in Dallas, Texas) is a real estate developer and American television personality, who is best known for her role as a contestant on the twentieth season of ABC's The Bachelor and as the lead on the twelfth season of The Bachelorette. Personal life Jojo Fletcher was born in Dallas, Texas. Fletcher is half Persian on her mother's side. Prior to going into real estate, Fletcher was a premed major at Baylor University. Television showsReady for Love Fletcher previously appeared in an episode of Ready for Love, on which her brother, Ben Patton, was starring. The Bachelor Fletcher was a contestant on Ben Higgin's season of The Bachelor. She placed second overall, losing to winner Lauren Bushnell. The Bachelorette Fletcher was announced as the Bachelorette on March 14, 2016, during After the Final Rose. In the end Fletcher chose former pro-quarterback Jordan Rodgers over runner-up Robby Hayes. The couple currently resides in Dallas, Texas. The Bachelor Winter Games

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JoJo Fletcher

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JoJo Fletcher

Joelle Hannah Fletcher (born November 1, 1990) is a real estate developer and American television personality, who is best known for her role as a contestant on the twentieth season of ABC's The Bachelor and as the lead on the twelfth season of The Bachelorette. Personal life Fletcher was born in Dallas, Texas. She is the only child of physician parents. Her mother is from Iran. Fletcher has three older half-brothers and a half-sister.[2][3] Prior to going into real estate, Fletcher was a pre-med major at Baylor University.[4]. She is in a relationship with Jordan Rodgers. Reality television shows Ready for Love Fletcher previously appeared in the first episode of Ready for Love, on which her half-brother, Ben Patton, was starring.[5] The Bachelor Fletcher was a contestant on Ben Higgins's season of The Bachelor. Higgins confessed love for both her and Lauren Bushnell, but ultimately chose Bushnell in finale.[6] The Bachelorette Fletcher was announced as the Bachelorette on March 14, 2016, during Afte

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Lorne Abony

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Lorne Abony

Lorne Abony (born August 26, 1969) is a Canadian businessman, currently the CEO of FastForward Innovations, Ltd, a venture capital firm. Life and career Abony was born and raised in Toronto.[1] After graduating from the University of Windsor law school in 1994, Abony practiced corporate and securities law at the Toronto firm Aird & Berlis.[2] In his role as CEO and founder of a number of successful ventures, Abony has raised over C$1.3 billion through the public and private debt and equity markets, including over $100 million for Petopia.com,[3] $190 million for FUN Technologies[4] and over $820 million for Mood Media.[5][6] He is also the founder of EdTech companies Vemo Education and Schoold and serves on both companies’ boards as Non Executive Chairman.[7][8] Abony previously owned the Orange County Breakers,[9] a professional sports franchise which competes in World TeamTennis. Abony is the former CEO of Mood Media Corporation, a public company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the London

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Stephen Cloobeck

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Stephen Cloobeck

Stephen J. Cloobeck (born October 26, 1961) is an American businessman and substantial donor to the Democratic Party. He is the founder and former chairman and chief executive officer of the timeshare company Diamond Resorts International. Personal life In 1983, he graduated from Brandeis University with a degree in Psychobiology.[1] Business activity In April 2007, Cloobeck acquired the publicly traded company Sunterra Corporation and converted it into Diamond Resorts International.[2][3] He is also the chairman of the board of the US Corporation for Travel Promotion.[4] Cloobeck stepped down as chairman and chief executive officer of Diamond Resorts International when the company was purchased by Apollo Global Management, LLC in June 2016.[5] Charitable and political activity Cloobeck was chairman of the board of the Nevada Cancer Institute.[6][7] In 2012, he endowed the "Stephen J. Cloobeck '83 Endowed Fellowship" at the Brandeis University International Business School.[2] He was a founder of the Br

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Gabby Douglas

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Gabby Douglas

Gabrielle Christina Victoria Douglas[4] (born December 31, 1995)[5] is an American artistic gymnast. She is the 2012 Olympic all around champion and the 2015 World all-around silver medalist. She was a member of the gold-winning teams at both the 2012 and the 2016 Summer Olympics, dubbed the "Fierce Five" and the "Final Five" by the media, respectively. She was also a member of the gold-winning American teams at the 2011 and the 2015 World Championships.[6] Douglas is the first African American or the first of African descent of any nationality in Olympic history to become the individual all-around champion,[7][8] and the first U.S. gymnast to win gold in both the individual all-around and team competitions at the same Olympics. Gabby Douglas was also the 2016 AT&T American Cup all-around champion. As a public figure, Douglas' gymnastics successes have led to her life story adaptation in the 2014 Lifetime biopic film, The Gabby Douglas Story,[9] as well as the acquisition of her own reality television

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Karen Freeman-Wilson

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Karen Freeman-Wilson

Karen Marie Freeman-Wilson (born October 24, 1960)[1] is an American attorney, former judge, former Indiana Attorney General, and current Mayor of Gary, Indiana. Early life and education Karen Marie Freeman was born in Gary, Indiana, and is a graduate of Harvard Law School.[2] Municipal Judge and Attorney General She served as judge of the Gary City Court from 1995 to 2000. In 2000, she was appointed Indiana Attorney General by Governor Frank O'Bannon to serve the remaining eleven months of the term of Jeff Modisett, who resigned to become Deputy CEO and General Counsel to the Democratic National Convention.[3] As the incumbent, Freeman-Wilson ran for Indiana Attorney General in 2000 but lost to Republican Steve Carter. State auditors later found that the former Attorney General Freeman-Wilson issued more than $700,000 in grants without approval from the Governor and various agencies during her eleven months in office. The Indiana State Board of Accounts discovered this when it filed the annual audit of

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Fifth Harmony

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Fifth Harmony

Fifth Harmony (5H) is an American girl group based in Miami, composed of Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui, and previously Camila Cabello until her departure from the group in December 2016. The group signed a joint record deal with Simon Cowell's label Syco Records and L.A. Reid's label Epic Records after forming and finishing third in the second season of the American singing competition series The X Factor in 2012. Rising to prominence by social media, the group's debut extended play and their three studio albums all charted within the top ten of the Billboard 200 in the United States. Following their exit from The X Factor, they released their debut single "Miss Movin' On", preceding their extended play Better Together, certified gold in the United States. Its music video won the group the MTV Video Music Award for Artist to Watch.[2] The group released their debut studio album Reflection in 2015, also receiving a gold certification in the country.[3] The album included the singles

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Mackenzie McKee

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Mackenzie McKee

Mackenzie McKee (née Douthit) is an American reality television personality from Miami, Oklahoma. She received public attention after being cast in the reality television series 16 and Pregnant in 2011, which documented the pregnancies and first months of motherhood for several young women. Later that year she was cast in the spin-off series Teen Mom 3 and appeared in its first and only series, alongside Briana DeJesus, Alex Sekella and Katie Yeager, in 2013. Personal life Mackenzie Douthit was born in Miami, Oklahoma to mother Angie Douthit. Douthit became pregnant with her first child with then-boyfriend, Josh McKee, and gave birth to their son, Gannon Dewayne McKee, via c-section on September 12, 2011. Douthit and McKee married on August 17, 2013.[1] The McKees welcomed their second child, a girl, named Jaxie Taylor, on February 7, 2014 via emergency c-section.[2][3] The couple's third child, another son Broncs Weston, was born on August 15, 2016 via emergency c-section.[4] The pair separated in early 2

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Evan Bass

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Evan Bass

Evan Bass an American businessperson and reality-television star. He is the founder and director of several male erectile dysfunction clinics in Tennessee and a principal at MMM, LLC. Bass was a contestant on the American reality-TV shows The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise. Career Bass is the founder and director of several erectile dysfunction clinics in Tennessee. These clinics specialize in education and treatments for male erectile dysfunction, such as pharmaceutical treatment, vacuum therapy and penile implants. The success of these clinics prompted Bass to co-found the consulting group MMM, LLC, which grants licenses to new erectile dysfunction clinics hoping to copy the success of Tennessee Men’s Clinic.[2] MMM, LLC provides the licensee with guidance on site location, physician recruiting and training, advertising and business materials. MMM, LLC has licensed over 20 erectile dysfunction clinics.[2] Reality television Bass appeared as a contestant on the reality-television matchmaking show

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Una Healy

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Una Healy

Una Theresa Imogene Healy (born 10 October 1981) is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician and television presenter. She rose to fame in 2008 as a member of the five-piece girl group The Saturdays, who are signed to Fascination and Polydor Records. In 2006, Healy represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest, where she sang with Brian Kennedy on the song "Every Song Is a Cry for Love"; they placed tenth overall. Healy then successfully auditioned for The Saturdays in 2007, after she had been struggling to find success in her native country. Once Healy had victoriously auditioned for the band, she began recording music and releasing a number of hits. The group later gained another record deal with Geffen Records after having huge success in the United Kingdom. Healy and the rest of the group then signed a deal with Island Def Jam Records and Mercury Records to distribute their music in the United States,[1] which led to her first UK number-one single "What About Us". Healy previously attempted a solo caree

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Hemming (musician)

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Hemming (musician)

Candice Martello, better known by her stage name Hemming, is an American musician and singer-songwriter. Her solo career was launched via Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project. Career Formerly part of the punk duo Omar, she became a solo artist as a contestant on the VH1 reality show Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project at the suggestion of host Linda Perry.[1] She was co-winner of the show, earning a recording contract. She released a self-titled debut album in 2015.[2] That same year, she opened for Chris Cornell on his solo tour.[3] Personal life Candice graduated from Drexel University.[4] She is a lesbian, coming out publicly on Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project.[5] Discography Hemming (2015) Waiting/Wasting (2019) References "From reality TV to residency: Local singer Hemming takes over Ortlieb's in April". "Hemming Delivers Strong and Raw Debut Album". "On The Road With Chris Cornell: Hemming's Tour Diary - Part 1". "HEMMING: Candice Martello On Her Breakout Year And Cr

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Hennessy Carolina

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Hennessy Carolina

Hennessy Carolina Almánzar (born December 22, 1995)[1] is an American social media and television personality who is the younger sister of rapper Cardi B.[2] She regularly appeared with her sister on the reality television series Love & Hip Hop: New York and has been noted for her unusual clothing style.[3][4][5][6] Early life and education Carolina was born on December 22, 1995.[4] Carolina attended Renaissance High School for Musical Theater & Technology, a small vocational high school on the Herbert H. Lehman High School campus, just like her sister.[3][7] Carolina's name was given by her father after he showed up to her birth drunk.[4] She gave her sister Belcalis the nickname "Bacardi" which eventually morphed into her professional name, Cardi B.[8] Career Carolina has been noted for her style and plans to create her own fashion line.[3][4][5] Carolina competed on the third season of The Challenge: Champs vs. Stars, a game show in which competitors participate in athletic challenges to rai

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Joseline Hernandez

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Joseline Hernandez

Joseline Hernandez (born November 3, 1986), also known as "The Puerto Rican Princess",[2] is an Puerto Rican-American reality television personality, rapper, and actress. She came to prominence as the main cast member of the VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. She appeared on the show for six seasons alongside her boyfriend Stevie J, with whom she also starred in the spin-off Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood. Early life Joseline Hernandez was born on November 3, 1986, in Ponce, Puerto Rico,[3][4] and grew up in the public housing system of Puerto Rico.[5] Her biological father died from a heroin overdose. She moved to Florida at the age of 6, along with her mother Carmen, stepfather Luis, her older sister Yanira, and her four brothers, Jorge, Hisael, Kermit and Luis Jr.[5][6] Her youngest brother has autism and requires special care.[1] From the age of 16, she began stripping in order to provide for her family.[1] During this time, she was arrested in 2003 and 2007 under the name Shenelli

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Wendell Holland

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Wendell Holland

Wendell F. Holland, II (born March 8, 1984) is an American furniture company owner best known for competing on the American reality show Survivor. On May 23, 2018, he was revealed as the winner of the show's 36th season, Survivor: Ghost Island. Early life Holland grew up in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.[1] He attended Morehouse College, where he graduated phi beta kappa, and University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he became a lawyer. After selling several home-made beds on Craigslist, he ultimately left his law practice and founded Beve Unlimited, a furniture company in Philadelphia. Survivor In 2018, Holland participated in Survivor: Ghost Island, the 36th season of Survivor. He started on the Naviti tribe where he aligned with Domenick Abbate. Following the first tribe switch, he remained on Naviti along with original Naviti's Abbate, Chris Noble, Morgan Ricke and Angela Perkins. Following Naviti's next immunity challenge loss, Holland and Abbate tried to target Perkins after Noble was sent to Ghost Islan

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Julio Iglesias Jr.

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Julio Iglesias Jr.

Julio José Iglesias Preysler Jr. (born 25 February 1973) is a Spanish singer. In 2008, he was declared the winner of the CMT competition Gone Country.[1] Early life He was born Julio José Iglesias-Preysler (before a later name change) in Madrid, Spain, the son of Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and Filipina socialite and "Hola!" magazine journalist Isabel Preysler.[2][3][4][5] He is the younger brother of Chabeli Iglesias and the older brother of Enrique Iglesias. His parents divorced in 1979; Iglesias Jr. and his siblings moved to Miami in the United States, to live with their father. Iglesias Jr. went to college near San Francisco at Menlo College in Atherton, California. He won a chance to participate in NBC's Out of the Blue and he worked for the Travel Channel, where he hosted a travel show that took him to Latin America. Career Iglesias Jr. with the help of his friend and manager Darius Jordi Lassus first got into show business as a model. It was his manager that negotiated an exclusive male modeling

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Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri

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Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri

Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri is an Indian-Canadian-British director and photographer. She is described as a "rad feminist director and fashion photographer" by Julianne E. Shepherd of Jezebel.[1] Known by a single name, Indrani is "renowned for her iconic imagery and visionary storytelling, collaborations with Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, and Kanye West" according to Shinjini Das of Huffington Post.[2] Her work was discovered by David Bowie who commissioned her first album cover for "Heathen"[3][4] and later Bowie launched her directorial career, commissioning her first major music video, for his song "Valentine's Day" on his album The Next Day.[5] Now known as a young director of films that have won 25 awards, with a passion for social justice and women's empowerment, "Wielding her visionary work like a weapon, Indrani is using her art and resources for social justice and change."[6] Early life, Model/Actor career Indrani was born in Kolkata, India in 1983, raised in the historic palac

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T. J. Jackson (singer)

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T. J. Jackson (singer)

For the Boston City Council member, see Tito Jackson (politician) Tito Joe "TJ" Jackson (born July 16, 1978) is an American singer and member of 3T. He is the youngest son of Tito Jackson. Career 3T released their debut album Brotherhood in 1995. The album sold approximately three million copies worldwide. The group achieved an international hit with their debut single "Anything". 3T released several hit singles in Europe, including "24/7", "Why" (a duet with their uncle Michael Jackson), "I Need You" (with a brief appearance by Michael), "Tease Me" and "Gotta Be You". In 1996, they were ranked second behind the Spice Girls, as the biggest-selling group in Europe. 3T have also written and produced songs for soundtracks to films such as The Jacksons: An American Dream, Free Willy, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Men in Black and Trippin'. Taryll and TJ have written/produced tracks for their aunt Janet Jackson as well as for Lindsay Lohan and Bruno Mars. In early 1997, they went on a hugely successful Europ

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Jazz Jennings

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Jazz Jennings

Jazz Jennings (born October 6, 2000)[1] is an American YouTube personality, spokesmodel, television personality, and LGBT rights activist.[2][3] Jennings, a transgender woman, is notable for being one of the youngest publicly documented people to be identified as transgender, and for being the youngest person to become a national transgender figure.[4] Jennings received national attention in 2007 when an interview with Barbara Walters aired on 20/20, which led to other high-profile interviews and appearances. Christine Connelly, a member of the board of directors for the Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth, stated, "She was the first young person who picked up the national spotlight, went on TV and was able to articulate her perspective and point of view with such innocence."[3] Her parents noted that Jennings was clear on being female as soon as she could speak.[5] Jennings is an honorary co-founder of the TransKids Purple Rainbow Foundation, which she and her parents founded in

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Lyfe Jennings

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Lyfe Jennings

Chester Jermaine "Lyfe" Jennings (born June 3, 1978)[1][2][3][4] is an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He plays the guitar, bass, and piano which he integrates into his music. The New York Times referred to him as a "socially minded R&B singer".[5] Biography Lyfe Jennings was born on June 3, 1978 in Toledo, Ohio to a working-class family and was the middle of five kids. As stated in "Ghetto Superman" and "More Than A Girl" from The Phoenix, Lyfe lost his father at a young age. When he was a teenager, Lyfe Jennings started to perform with the group called "The Dotsons". "The Dotsons" consisted of himself, his brother, and two cousins. In the beginning of the 90s, however, the band disbanded. During this time, Lyfe began to get into legal trouble and his musical career came to a halt when he was sent to prison at then age of 14.[6] Career 2002-2005 In 2002, after serving 10 years in prison, Lyfe returned to his musical aspirations. Two days after his

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Hilah Johnson

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Hilah Johnson

Hilah Johnson is an American chef, Internet personality, and author from Austin, Texas. She is best known for her YouTube series Hilah Cooking. Early life Johnson grew up in Hudson Bend, Texas,[1] a suburb of Austin near Lake Travis. Her father was descended from Austin's famed Old Three Hundred, and her mother's ancestors included those who helped build the Republic of Texas (1836–45).[2] When Johnson was seven, she started cooking, occasionally making dishes for herself, her parents, and her brother.[3] Upon reaching adulthood, she attended the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass Boston), where she studied Biology. After a year at UMass Boston, she transferred to the University of Texas in Austin, where she finished with a degree in Botany. After college, she was part of a rock band called The Hot As Shits,[1] and she also joined an improv troupe in Austin called Big ol’ Tire Fire. There, she met a burgeoning filmmaker named Christopher Sharpe.[4] Over the next few years, Johnson and Sharpe began

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JoJo (singer)

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JoJo (singer)

Joanna Noëlle Levesque[1] (born December 20, 1990) is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Raised in Foxborough, Massachusetts, she performed in various singing competitions as a child, and after competing on the television show America's Most Talented Kids in 2003, she was noticed by record producer Vincent Herbert who asked her to audition for Blackground Records. JoJo released her eponymous titled debut album in June 2004. "Leave (Get Out)", her debut single, reached number one on the US Billboard Pop songs chart, which made her the youngest solo artist to top the chart at 13 years old. The song peaked at 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified gold by the RIAA.[2][3] The album has since sold over four million copies worldwide to date.[4] JoJo's second album, The High Road, was released in October 2006. The album's lead single, "Too Little Too Late", was released in August 2006 and reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100. She has also released two mixtapes independently, Can't Take Tha

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Terra Jolé

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Terra Jolé

Terra Jolé Odmark (born May 25, 1980 in Comal County, Texas) is a reality television personality known for Little Women: LA and its spinoffs and Dancing with the Stars. She stands at 4'2" as a person with dwarfism. Career Jolé is part of the cast and one of the executive producers of the Lifetime television shows Little Women: LA and Terra’s Little Family. Both shows began in 2014. Jolé also works as executive producer of spinoffs Little Women: ATL and Little Women: NY and Little Women: Dallas. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America. In 2016, Jolé released a full album of children’s songs titled Penny’s Playlist. The project was dedicated to her daughter.[1] Jolé launched MiniMama.com, a website that features original content for mothers and children.[2] On August 30, 2016, Jolé was announced as one of the celebrities who would take part in season 23 of Dancing with the Stars.[3] Her professional partner was Sasha Farber. The couple were eliminated in Week 10 of the competition, after receivin

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Danielle Jonas

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Danielle Jonas

Danielle Jonas (née Deleasa; born September 18, 1986) is an American reality television personality and the founder of the jewelry company "Moments." She is best known for starring on Married to Jonas alongside her husband, the musician and actor Kevin Jonas. Personal life Danielle Jonas was born in Denville Township, New Jersey[1] on September 18, 1986. She has two sisters and one brother.[2] She attended Morris Knolls High School.[3] She worked as a hairdresser before meeting Kevin Jonas.[1] She met Kevin Jonas while both of their families were on vacation in The Bahamas in 2007. They were married on December 19, 2009 in Oheka Castle and had 400 attendees.[4][5] They have two daughters.[6][7] Married to Jonas Danielle Jonas was one of the stars of the show Married to Jonas, as it was about her marriage to a musician-- a Jonas Brother. The show debuted in 2012 and ran for two seasons.[8][9] It primarily focused on Kevin Jonas (the eldest of the Jonas Brothers) and Danielle Jonas's married life as well as

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Abiola Abrams

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Abiola Abrams

Abiola Abrams (born July 29, 1976) is an American TV host, filmmaker, Internet personality, personal coach, motivational speaker and author.[1][2] Her advice columns on topics such as relationships and self-worth include Intimacy Intervention on Essence.com[3] and Abiola’s Love Class on MommyNoire.com.[4] She is the author of the self-esteem advice guide The Official Bombshell Handbook: The 13 Sacred Secrets of Feminine Power[5] and Dare, a love story retelling of Faust set in the hip hop world. Abrams is also the creator of a lifestyle blog and web video series at AbiolaTV.com. Early life and education She is a first generation Guyanese-American who was raised in New York City. Abrams attended the Brearley School. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Vermont College of Fine Arts.[6] Abrams is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. She was a featured speaker at Alycia Kaback's NYC Women's Empowerment Summit.[7] Abrams is a certified li

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Sam Frost (actress)

Samantha Frost (born 4 April 1989) is an Australian actress, television and radio personality. After winning The Bachelor Australia in 2014, Frost starred in The Bachelorette Australia in 2015. In 2017, she appeared on Hell's Kitchen Australia and joined the cast of soap opera Home and Away as Jasmine Delaney. Career Frost is known for winning the second season of The Bachelor Australia (2014) and later starring in the first season of The Bachelorette Australia (2015).[2][3] From November 2015 to January 2017, Frost co-hosted the 2Day FM breakfast show Rove & Sam with Rove McManus; following poor ratings they moved to a nightly show on 30 January across the Hit Network.[4] In June 2017, Frost's show was axed from the Southern Cross Austereo network.[5] Frost appeared as a contestant on Hell's Kitchen Australia, which aired between August and September 2017.[6] She also joined the cast of Home and Away as Jasmine Delaney, and made her debut on 18 December 2017, which was the 2017 season finale.[7]

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Ben Higgins

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Ben Higgins

Ben Higgins (born March 23, 1988)[1][2] is an American reality television star who starred on the 20th season of ABC's The Bachelor, after appearing on the 11th season of The Bachelorette.[3] Early life Higgins was born and raised in Warsaw, Indiana.[4] He attended Indiana University where he received a degree in Public Affairs from its School of Public and Environmental Affairs. After graduating college in 2012, he worked as an account manager in Golden, Colorado.[4] Television show appearances The Bachelorette Higgins first appeared as a contestant in the ABC reality show The Bachelorette in 2015, as one of Kaitlyn Bristowe's suitors. He was eliminated by Bristowe before reaching hometowns, finished as the second runner-up.[5] The Bachelor Higgins was announced as the Bachelor on the Bachelor in Paradise After Show.[6] The season concluded on March 14, 2016 in which 25-year-old flight attendant Lauren Bushnell was named the winner for this season and ultimately becoming Higgins' fiancée until they end

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Bobby Bones

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Bobby Bones

Bobby Bones (born Bobby Estell,[1] April 2, 1980)[2] is an American on-air radio personality, best known for hosting the nationally syndicated The Bobby Bones Show, originating at WSIX-FM in Nashville, TN. Bones is also serving as full-time mentor on American Idol on ABC, and was the winner of season 27 of Dancing with the Stars with partner Sharna Burgess. He has also written two New York Times best sellers and was a judge of Topgolf's original series Who Will Rock You. Early life Bones was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and raised in Mountain Pine, Arkansas.[1] He has said his mother became pregnant with him at age 15, when his father was 17.[3] He was raised in the small community of Mountain Pine, Arkansas, by his mother and maternal grandmother. His biological father was with him until the age of five, but then disappeared.[4] Bones began dreaming of a radio career around the age of 5 or 6.[5] He grew up poor in a trailer park, and often viewed radio as way of escaping poverty.[4] Bones began his radio

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Juan Pablo Di Pace

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Juan Pablo Di Pace

Juan Pablo Di Pace (born 25 July 1979 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentinian actor, singer and director. He began his career in the United Kingdom, performing in a number of musicals and appearing in films like Survival Island (2005) and Mamma Mia! (2008). He later moved to Spain, starring in several television series from 2009 to 2013. In 2014, Di Pace began starring as Nicolas Treviño in the TNT drama series Dallas. Starting in 2016, he played the role of Kimmy Gibbler's estranged husband, Fernando, on Fuller House, a spin–off series of Full House. Early life and education Di Pace was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to Spain when he was twelve. He lived in London for ten years.[1] He speaks fluent Spanish, Italian and English. At seventeen he was awarded a scholarship to attend the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino, Trieste, Italy, and later studied theatre at the London Studio Centre. Career Prior to joining the big screen, Di Pace appeared in the London musical Chicago and

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Jazz Anderson

Jazz Anderson (born June 29, 1996 in Beverly Hills, California), is an American recording artist and tv personality. First appearing on Wanda Sykes show Wanda At Large in 2003[1]. In 2018 Jazz Anderson signs a deal with Empire Distribution.[2] Early life Jazz Anderson born Jazz Kenni Lauren Anderson is the daughter of Tami Roman and Kenny Anderson. Jazz began her television career when first appearing on Wanda at Large. Jazz played Division 1 Basketball 2014-2015 at Prairie View A&M Univeristy in Texas.[3] Television career Jazz was first shown on reality television with her mother Tami Roman on the third season of Basketball Wives. 2017 Jazz appeared on Signed music competition show with judges Rick Ross, The Dream, and Lenny Santiago.[4] Filmography Television Year Title Role Notes 2003 Wanda Sykes Wanda at Large Wanda at 6 1 episode 2006 The Last Stand Young DeDe 2007 City of Girls Brittany [5] 2017 Signed Artist Competition/ Showcase Rick Ross, The Dream

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Stephan Aarstol

Stephan Aarstol is an American internet entrepreneur and author of The Five Hour Workday. Biography Aarstol grew up in Bellingham, Washington. In September 1999, Aarstol developed a web portal for the medical imaging community. In 2003, he launched a venture producing and selling high-end poker chips. Aarstol quit his day job the following year, by which time his venture was generating $50,000 per month. Tower Paddle Boards Aarstol founded Tower Paddle Boards in 2010. Aarstol pitched his business on Shark Tank in 2011. Mark Cuban made an offer and invested $150,000 for a 30% stake in Aarstol’s company.[1] In 2013 and 2018, Aarstol was featured as one of Shark Tank’s biggest winners by People Magazine.[2][3] In addition to selling beach products, such as sunglasses, snorkels and surfboards, Aarstol is also the Editor-in-Chief of Tower Life Magazine,[4] a biweekly publication that discusses beach lifestyle.[5] His company was ranked San Diego’s number one fastest growing private company in 2014.[6] Jeff Be

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Riley Green (singer)

Riley Green (born October 18, 1988 in Jacksonville, Alabama) is an American country music singer. Before he was a recording artist, Green was a contestant on the CMT reality show Redneck Island. He released a self-titled EP in 2013, followed by additional EPs in 2015, 2016, and 2017. In 2018, he signed to the Big Machine Label Group.[1][2] Billy Dukes of Taste of Country reviewed "There Was This Girl" favorably, comparing its theme to "Chicks Dig It" by Chris Cagle and noting the more neotraditional country influence compared to Green's peers.[3] The song charted on Country Airplay, and a music video was shot in October 2018.[4] In April 2019, Green announced the release of his latest single, "In Love By Now", co-written with Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, and Marv Green, and released an accompanying music video shot in Belize.[5][6] "I Wish Grandpas Never Died" was released in August 2019 as the third single from Green's forthcoming debut album, Different 'Round Here, which will be released on September 20, 2

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Vito Glazers

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Vito Glazers

Vito Glazers is an American entrepreneur. Career In 2009, Glazers first appeared on television as a featured correspondent on Telemnudo's Al Rojo Vivo.[1] The same year he also founded the advertising network CPATank, Inc.[2][3] Through a fraternal relationship he became involved with Judson University in 2011.[4] He was a supporter of the university's World Leader's Forums where he met President George W. Bush and was an opening speaker for former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev.[5][6] He partnered with Judson University to begin the Vito Glazers Scholarship For Entrepreneurial Studies,[4] Glazers was also a public financial supporter of Northwestern University's Piven Theater Group.[7] After moving to Hollywood, he was cast in the WE TV reality show Mystery Millionaire.[2][2] A 2017 interview with Glazers received nationwide exposure when he appeared on the CBS Evening News as an entrepreneur in support of Donald Trump's immigration ban.[8] References "Medical Marijuana Al Rojo Vivo" – via YouTu

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Ezra J. William

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Ezra J. William

Ezra J. William (born 7 September 1989) is an Indonesian socialite, fashion blogger, and television personality. Ezra J. William was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and grew up in Singapore, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong.[1] He is the son of an Indonesian real estate mogul.[2] He moved from Indonesia to the United States to attend New York University and lives in the West Village in Manhattan.[3] He graduated from New York University with a degree in business with a concentration in marketing, advertising, and public relations.[4] William was a regular cast member on the American reality television series Rich Kids of Instagram.[5] As a socialite, William has been referred to as part of the "Snap Pack", an elite group of New York City youth including Andrew Warren, Kyra Kennedy, Tiffany Trump, Reya Benitez, EJ Johnson, and Gaïa Jacquet-Matisse.[6][7][8] He is also noted for his close friendships with Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild.[9] References "The Talented and Gifted Ezra J. William". Medium. 18 Ap

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Antonio Brown

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Antonio Brown

Antonio Tavaris Brown Sr. (born July 10, 1988) is an American football wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). Raised in Liberty City, Miami, Brown attended Miami Norland High School where he played both football and track. He played college football at Central Michigan University, where he earned All-American honors in 2008 and 2009 as a punt returner. A sixth round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010, no player has amassed more receptions and receiving yards than Brown since he entered the league.[1] During his first season with the Steelers, the team advanced to Super Bowl XLV, but lost to the Green Bay Packers. He finished his rookie season with 16 receptions for 167 yards in ten games. During his second season, Brown became the first player in NFL history to have more than 1,000 yards receiving and returning in the same year. For his efforts, Brown was selected as a punt returner for the 2012 Pro Bowl. In 2013, Brown became the only receiver in NFL history to rec

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Terry Bradshaw

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Terry Bradshaw

Terry Paxton Bradshaw (born September 2, 1948) is an American former football quarterback who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL). Since 1994, he has been a television sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. Bradshaw is also an actor, having participated in many television shows and films, most notably starring in the movie Failure to Launch. He played for 14 seasons with Pittsburgh, won four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period (1974, 1975, 1978, and 1979), becoming the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowls, and led the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989, his first year of eligibility. Bradshaw was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996. A tough competitor, Bradshaw is known for having one of the most powerful arms in NFL history. He also called his own plays throughout his football career.[1] His physical skills and on-the-field leadership played a major role in the Pittsburgh

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Tommy Chong

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Tommy Chong

Thomas Bing Kin Chong[1] (born May 24, 1938) is a Canadian-American actor, writer, director, musician, cannabis rights activist and comedian. He is known for his marijuana-themed Cheech & Chong comedy albums and movies with Cheech Marin, as well as playing the character Leo on Fox's That '70s Show. He became a naturalized United States citizen in the late 1980s. Early life Thomas B. Kin Chong[2][3] was born at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, on May 24, 1938,[4] His mother was Lorna Jean (née Gilchrist),[4] a waitress of Scotch-Irish ancestry[5] and his father was Stanley Chong,[4] a Chinese truck driver who immigrated to Canada from China in the 1920s. The senior Chong had first lived with an aunt in Vancouver after arriving in Canada.[6][7][8] As a youth, Tommy Chong moved with his family to Calgary, settling in a conservative neighbourhood Chong has referred to as "Dog Patch". He has said that his father had "been wounded in World War II and there was a veterans' hospital in

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Joey Fatone

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Joey Fatone

Joseph Anthony Fatone Jr. (born January 28, 1977)[1] is an American singer, dancer, actor, and television personality. He is best known as a member of the boyband NSYNC, in which he sang baritone. In 2007, he came in second place on the ABC reality show Dancing with the Stars. He was the host of the U.S. and Australian versions of The Singing Bee, which aired on NBC in the U.S. Fatone was also the announcer for the game show Family Feud from 2010 to 2015. Fatone previously hosted on Food Network's Rewrapped, Live Well Network's My Family Recipe Rocks, and The Price Is Right Live! at Bally's Las Vegas. Early life and education Fatone was born in Brooklyn, New York City, the son of Joe and Phyllis Fatone. He has a brother, Steven, and a sister, Janine,[1] and was raised at 2140 84th Street in the Bensonhurst neighborhood,[2] His father had sung in a doo-wop group called the Orions.[2] At 13, he moved with his family to Orlando, Florida, where he attended a Dr. Phillips High School.[3] Career After high scho

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Forrest Galante

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Forrest Galante

Forrest Galante (born March 31, 1988) is an American outdoor adventurer, wildlife biologist, and television personality.[1] He is widely known for his work in wildlife biology, specializing in the exploration of animals on the brink of extinction and is best recognized as host of the television show, Extinct or Alive on Animal Planet.[2] Early life Shortly after his birth in California, Galante and his family moved to Harare, Zimbabwe, where his mother ran a safari business.[3] Forrest and his sister were raised on a farm that cultivated flowers and fruit, and served as home to livestock and wild African animals.[4] Throughout his youth, Forrest spent time exploring the African bush learning to wrangle snakes, trap small animals, and snorkel the reefs of the remote Mozambique archipelago.[5] In Zimbabwe, Galante attended an English boarding school and headed up the Junior Herpetology Society, studying native flora and fauna.[3] In 2001, following violent political unrest in Zimbabwe, which led to the invas

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Doug Christie

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Doug Christie

Douglas Dale Christie (born May 9, 1970) is an American retired professional basketball player who played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Standing at 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m), he played the shooting guard position. He is currently a commentator for the Sacramento Kings on NBC Sports California. Early life Born in Seattle, Washington, Christie is the son of John Malone and Norma Christie. He was raised in Seattle by his mother Norma Christie. He began playing street ball at a young age, but it was under the guidance of Mark Morris coach Dave Denny that his game took off. "Once I came there, and I put that with the street side of basketball, I noticed great strides", he said. "I was learning the basics of basketball—the things you don't learn on the playground." Christie played basketball in eighth grade at Cascade Middle School and for Mark Morris High School during his freshman and sophomore years. He had moved to Longview to live with his father, former Mark Morris track star John Mal

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Stephen Fishbach

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Stephen Fishbach

Stephen Andrew Fishbach (born January 24, 1979) is an American digital strategy consultant, writer, and former reality television show participant, widely known for competing on the reality TV show Survivor. Fishbach finished as the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and finished in 9th place on Survivor: Cambodia. He currently blogs for People magazine and co-hosts the Survivor Know-It-Alls alongside Rob Cesternino. Personal life Fishbach was born in New York City in 1979 to parents Constance and Ronald Fishbach. He grew up in Los Angeles where he graduated as valedictorian from Harvard-Westlake School with a 4.25 GPA.[2] He attended Yale University, earning his B.A in English in 2001.[3] Survivor Survivor: Tocantins Fishbach was cast in the eighteenth season of the U.S. television series Survivor.[4] He was initially a member of the Jalapao tribe, where he quickly made a lasting alliance with J.T. Thomas and Taj Johnson-George. Although he and his alliance were down in numbers after the two tribes merged,

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Alexis Haines

Alexis Christine Neiers (born June 20, 1991) is a former American television personality. She is most notable for her conviction for burglary as a member of the so-called "Bling Ring". She was featured on E!'s reality series Pretty Wild with her mother, Andrea Arlington-Dunn, and sisters Gabby Neiers and Tess Taylor. Involvement in the "Bling Ring" On November 16, 2009, Haines pleaded no contest to burglary charges stemming from her involvement with the Hollywood "Bling Ring" burglaries. The burglars had targeted the homes of celebrities including Paul Oakenfold, Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson, Paris Hilton, Ashley Tisdale, and Audrina Patridge. Alexis claimed to have been drunk during the burglary of Bloom's house, and "not sure what was going on". Fellow Bling Ring member Nick Prugo recalled a different version of events, saying that Alexis was fully aware a burglary was taking place, and is seen walking into the Bloom residence on security surveillance footage.[1] A search of the Neiers hous

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Jenelle Evans

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Jenelle Evans

Jenelle Evans was featured on Teen Mom 2. She was originally chronicled on MTV's 16 and Pregnant, where she gave birth to a son Jace with father Andrew Lewis.[1] They did not stay together long after his birth. Following this, her mother, Barbara Evans, took custody of her son. Jenelle married Courtland Rogers[2] in 2012, and they quickly separated, divorcing formally two years later. Jenelle had an abortion, which MTV filmed, in 2014.[3] Courtland went to jail for heroin related charges at the end of their relationship.[2] Following this, Jenelle began a relationship with Nathan Griffith and had son Kaiser.[4] In May 2019, she lost custody of her son after her current husband, David Eason, killed the family dog in front of the children. She is currently married to David Eason, with whom she has daughter, Ensley, 2.[4] Ensley was temporarily in the custody of Janelle’s mother after the dog incident. References "'Teen Mom 2': Jenelle Evans' Ex Andrew Lewis Comes Forward During Reunion". Reality TV. Ret

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Beth Chapman (bounty hunter)

Alice Elizabeth Chapman (née Smith, formerly Barrymore;[1] October 29, 1967 – June 26, 2019) was an American bounty hunter and reality star who appeared on the reality television shows Dog the Bounty Hunter, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, and Dog's Most Wanted, all with her husband Duane "Dog" Chapman. Personal life Chapman was born in Denver, Colorado, one of five children born to Garry L. Smith, a Brach's Candies salesman.[2] For some time she was a nightclub singer, waitress and clerk. She then had a passion for being a gymnast and an ice skater. Chapman spent the majority of her early life in Colorado before moving to Honolulu to be with her future husband Duane Chapman, whom she married in 2006.[1][3] Career Chapman starred in reality television shows alongside her husband Duane Chapman, most notably Dog the Bounty Hunter which originally was released in late 2004 and lasted 8 seasons until 2012. Chapman's final series was Dog's Most Wanted which was being filmed in 2019. She died while the show was bein

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Jonathan Fernandez (TV personality)

Jonathan Fernandez is a celebrity makeup artist and reality TV personality. His debut was on VH1's K. Michelle: My Life where he was a cast member for three seasons. Fernandez is now currently on season 8 of Love & Hip Hop: New York.[1][2][3][4] Jonathan is gay and has discussed his experience with conversion therapy.[5] References Michel 10/3/2017, Sarah. "Watch The First Promo For Season 8 of Love & Hip Hop And Find Out Who's Joining The Cast Now!". VH1 News. "'Love & Hip Hop' Welcomes First Gay Couple Trent Crews & Jonathan Fernandez, Safaree Samuels, Lil Mo & Husband, Return of Somaya Reece, Former 'Bad Girls Club' Star & More For Season 8 [Photos/Video]". JoJoCrews.com. October 4, 2017. [1] "Exclusive: Meet LHHNY's New Cast Member Celeb Makeup Artist Jonathan Fernandez". November 25, 2017. "Jonathan Fernandez Of "Love And Hip Hop" Opens Up About Being Sent To Gay Conversion Therapy | NewNowNext". www.newnownext.com.

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Julien George

Julien George (born May 3, 1998) is an American Celebrity Publicist, Entrepreneur, Television Personality, and Socialite from Atlanta, Georgia. Biography Julien George was born on May 3, 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was born the only child in his family. Julien was raised in the prominent Atlanta neighborhood, Buckhead. As a youngster, he was a lead member in the Atlanta Boy Choir and in 2009, Julien traveled to Rome with the world-renowned choral group and performed a solo of Ave Maria. Julien attended Northeastern University and Harvard Business School to study Communications with a focus on Public Relations. Career Julien started as a child actor/model, appearing in Nickelodeon commercials and national print ads. He was signed to the modeling agency, Atlanta Models & Talent, Inc. In 2002, Julien won the Best Actor Swiss Film Prize for his role in Potlatch. He later made features on Nickelodeon's Victorious and Kid's Choice Awards in 2011. A few years later, in 2015, George joined the cast of the

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Olivia Culpo

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Olivia Culpo

Olivia Frances Culpo[1] (born May 8, 1992)[2][3] is an American fashion influencer,[4][5] reality television and social media personality,[6][7] former beauty pageant title holder and actress. After winning the Miss Rhode Island USA competition, she went on to be crowned Miss USA, and then Miss Universe in 2012. Early life and education Culpo was born in Cranston, Rhode Island to Peter and Susan Culpo.[3] She is the middle child of five siblings.[3] Her restaurateur father co-owns businesses around Boston.[3] She was raised in the Edgewood neighborhood of Cranston, Rhode Island,[8] and is of Italian descent with some Irish ancestry from her mother's side.[9][10] Culpo attended St. Mary Academy – Bay View, and later, Boston University, but didn't graduate.[3] She began studying the cello in the second grade,[11] and has played in the Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, the Bay View Orchestra, and the Rhode Island All-State Orchestra.[12] She attended th

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Winston Hines

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Winston Hines

Winston Howard Hines is an American reality television personality primarily knowing for appearing on the twentieth season of Big Brother and the first season of Love Island both as a contestant. Hines also briefly appeared on the twenty-first season of Big Brother and Off the Block with Ross and Marissa, a Big Brother aftershow. Life and occupation Winston Hines was born in Somerset, Kentucky and lived in Bowling Green, Kentucky at the time of entering the Big Brother house.[1] Hines is currently a medical sales representative.[2] Big Brother Big Brother 20 Winston Hines was first announced to be competing on the twentieth season of Big Brother when the cast was released on June 18, 2018.[3] Hines entered the Big Brother 20 house on Day 1.[4] On Day 17, Hines, along with fellow HouseGuest Scottie Salton, were nominated for eviction by then Head of Household Kaitlyn Herman.[5] Salton was removed from the nomination block by Power of Veto holder Tyler Crispen, Herman then nominated Chris "Swaggy C" William

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