CelebrityDetail.com is a comprehensive celebrity fragrance guide. From the perfumes and colognes that celebrities endorse, to their personal favorite scents. We have scoured the net, magazines, and reader submissions to get the most up-to-date stories, interviews, first person accounts, and more to determine what fragrances celebrities are wearing. Find out how A-list actors, Billionaires, Presidents, Musicians, and Royalty smell! Our list changes often as we get new information. Ever wondered what your favorite celebrity smells like? We can help you figure out how your favorite celebrities smell, as well as give you updated information on the prices that the fragrances cost. By no means is the information on this website an endorsement from any celebrity. This is our personal guide we have created from our research for entertainment purposes only.
Many people wonder what makes President Obama’s everyday fragrance, according to Vivica.A.Fox’s sentiments towards him, she attributes his smell as a wonderful aroma brewing sensation. His wife and first lady Michelle Obama has a fragrance that is well known to many and on most occasions’ people who have had the opportunity to mingle with her say she smells like fresh cherries, what a fragrance! The African-American president has managed to keep his mystery scent a secret and even on his second term no one click here to read more
Ralph Dale Earnhardt Jr. was born on 10 October 1974 in Concord, North Carolina. He is an American stock car racing driver and the co-owner of “Chance 2 Motorsports,” which is a Busch Series race team. His father, Dale Earnhardt, was a celebrated 7 times Winston Cup champion. At the age of 17, he started his career as a racing driver at the Concord Speedway in street stock division. Earnhardt, Jr. won the Most Popular Driver Award consecutively ten times, from 2003-2012. He is click here to read more
Emmanuelle “Emmy” Rossum was born on September 12, 1986 in New York City. She is an actress, singer and songwriter. Rossum began her career on the stage before getting into television, when she was 13. She appeared in six television series. Later, she moved on to films and rose to fame for her roles in “The Phantom of the Opera” and “The Day After Tomorrow”. In 2004, she won Critic’s Choice best young actress award. In 2010, Rossum was ranked 48th on Maxim magazine’s click here to read more
Most of us know this country-pop artist from Canada as Shania Twain, but her real name is Eileen Edwards. Her music career started in 1994 with the release of her first album ‘Shania Twain’ which, although received positive reviews, only managed to climb to 67 on a US Country albums chart. Her career was essentially jump started in 1995 with the release of her second studio album titled ‘The Woman in Me’. It spawned well-known hits like ‘No One Needs To Know’, ‘Whose Bed click here to read more