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    Kirstie Alley's work in television has earned her seven Golden Globe and eight Emmy nominations, winning one Golden Globe, two Emmys and three People's Choice Awards. She co-wrote and starred in Showtime's critically acclaimed comedy "Fat Actress," and played the title character, as well as serving as executive producer on the NBC sitcom "Veronica's Closet." She starred in the long-running hit NBC sitcom, "Cheers," and won both an Emmy for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy Series in 1991. In 2010 Kirstie worked with experts in science, nutrition, and medicine to develop Organic Liaison, which includes Rescue Me, the first USDA-certified organic weight-loss product.
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    An actor, writer, director and producer, Ralph Macchio first gained world recognition for playing the title role in the popular classic "The Karate Kid" and its successors, "The Karate Kid II" and "The Karate Kid III." His extensive list of film credits includes Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders" and "My Cousin Vinny." Among his multiple television credits, Ralph had a two-season arc on ABC's "Ugly Betty," and guest star leads on "Psych" and "The Whole Truth." Ralph recently appeared in a funnyordie.com viral video sensation, "Wax On, #### Off," which has gathered rave reviews from critics and viewers since its release this past summer. On the New York stage, he made his Broadway debut starring opposite Robert DeNiro in "Cuba and His Teddy Bear."
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    Wendy Williams burst onto the national talk show scene in July 2009 with the launch of "The Wendy Williams Show." Touted by People Magazine as one of the "best shows of 2009," the critically-acclaimed series now has the distinction of being "must-see TV." A mother, wife and best-selling author, Wendy built a devoted cult following from her years as one of radio's most popular personalities. In addition to her daytime television success, she will host GSN's new original series, "Love Triangle," slated to premiere April 2011. Wendy was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame (only the second African American woman to be honored by the organization) in November 2009. She is the author of two New York Times bestsellers, "Wendy's Got the Heat" and "The Wendy Williams Experience."
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    Television personality and glamour girl Kendra Wilkinson is best known from her self-titled E! hit reality series, "Kendra." Just wrapping its third season, the show follows Kendra, NFL player husband Hank and son Hank IV. She got her start on E! Entertainment's "The Girls Next Door," co-starring on the reality hit for five seasons, until 2009. That year Kendra got married and debuted her show. At 25, she is a self-described tomboy and avid sports fan. Since the debut of "The Girls Next Door," Kendra has appeared on the cover of numerous magazines and has enjoyed television and movie appearances. In 2007 she was part of the cast of MTV's reality series "Celebrity Rap Superstar." She also appeared in the movie "The House Bunny" and the series "How I Met Your Mother."
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    Percy Romeo Miller, Jr., better known by his stage name, Romeo, is an entertainer, actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist. The son of businessman and music mogul Percy Miller, Romeo has sold more than 10 million records and has been awarded an American Music Award and a Grammy®. Romeo has dedicated his life to giving back to the community and helping at-risk youth with his foundation, Urban Born.org. His acting credits include his No. 1 television show, "Romeo!," on Nickelodeon, "The Defenders" and "The Cape." He starred in the movie "Honey," with Jessica Alba, and co-stars in the upcoming film "Jumping the Broom," with Angela Bassett.
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    Born and raised in Karvina, in the Czech Republic, Petra Nemcova took the modeling world by storm after being discovered by a modeling scout on the streets of her native country. Petra has graced the pages and covers of magazines such as Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Shape, Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. In 2004 she suffered a broken pelvis and severe internal injuries while on vacation in Thailand during the devastating tsunami. After her recovery, she created the Happy Hearts Fund, dedicated to improving children's lives in natural disaster areas. The group has rebuilt 47 schools and kindergartens, with eight more on their way, in Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Sri Lanka, Haiti, India, Chile and Hurricane Katrina-affected areas of the United States.
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    Chelsea Kane (formerly Chelsea Staub) stars in the web series "The Homes" on Lockerz.com. She is also the voice of Bea in Disney Channel's animated comedy series, "Fish Hooks," the story of three tween fish navigating high school. Chelsea recently starred as Stella Malone, the longtime friend and style guru to the Lucas brothers in the Disney Channel comedy series, "JONAS." The Phoenix, Ariz., native has been acting professionally since the age of nine. She landed her first role as Young Kim in the national Broadway tour of "Showboat," and went on to star in "Peter Pan," "The Wiz," "Cinderella," and "Oliver," among others. Chelsea starred in the Disney Channel Original Movies "Minutemen" and "Starstruck." On the big screen, she appeared in "Arizona Summer" and "Bratz."
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    Sugar Ray Leonard, the only boxer to win world titles in five different weight classes, defeated some of the finest boxers of his era, including Wilfred Benitez, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler. During his 20-year professional career, he also won world titles in the welterweight, junior middleweight, middleweight, super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions, a record unmatched in professional boxing history. Since retiring from boxing, Ray has been a successful television broadcaster for NBC, ABC, HBO and ESPN. He is also among the most sought-after motivational/inspirational speakers in the world. His speech, entitled "POWER" (Prepare, Overcome, and Win Every Round), is consistently booked with major Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
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    Born and raised in Los Angeles, Michael Catherwood (aka Psycho Mike) has an eclectic background from the city that made him the person he is today. Michael is a mixed race Hispanic who immersed himself in the Los Angeles punk and hard rock scene. He moved to the East Coast to study theater at Rutgers University, where he spent most of his time enjoying the emerging Jersey punk scene. After finishing school, he returned to L.A. to become a member of the top-rated "Kevin & Bean Morning Show" on KROQ-FM, where he developed many of the radio show's most well known characters. Mike is also the co-host of Loveline Radio (Westwood One) with Dr. Drew Pinsky, and has guest hosted on E! Entertainment's "The Daily 10" and most recently on "Live with Regis & Kelly."
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    A four-time Pro Bowler, three-time Super Bowl participant, two-time Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl XL MVP, Hines Ward holds virtually every record in Steelers wide receiving history and will go down in the record books as the Steelers' all-time leading wide receiver. He was given the honor of being named to the Steelers' 75th Season All-Time Team, and this fall will be entering his 14th season with the Pittsburgh Steelers as the longest tenured wide receiver with the same team in the NFL. Beyond his NFL career, he is a symbol of success and good will to the Korean community and all of Asia. His Helping Hands Foundation is devoted to the fight against bi-racial discrimination in the United States and Korea.
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    A six-time WWE world champion, two- time New York Times best-selling author, lead singer of the rock band Fozzy and host of the ABC game show "Downfall," Chris Jericho began wrestling at age 19 and is one of the most popular performers in wrestling history. In 2001 Chris was the first ever Undisputed Champion of the WWE, and he is the only performer to have held six different titles in the 44-year history of World Wrestling Entertainment. He became a New York Times best-selling author in 2007 with his autobiography, "A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex," and is currently on the list again with his follow-up, "Undisputed: How to Become the World Champion in 1,372 Easy Steps," his second autobiography. Chris' rock band, Fozzy, has sold a quarter of a million CDs worldwide.
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