Justin Bieber

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Justin Bieber is a teenage pop superstar hailing from Ontario, Canada. His music career was launched in 2009 with his debut album titled ‘My World’. After being discovered by Scooter Braun, an American talent scout, he was eventually signed by Island Records and offered a once in a lifetime record deal by music mogul and record producer/executive L.A. Reid. Today, Justin Bieber’s fan following (popularly referred to as ‘Beliebers’), continues to grow in number, having surpassed 30 million followers on twitter, over 40 million click here to read more

Gwen Stefani

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© Liton Ali

American singer-songwriter turned fashion designer Gwen Stefani, shot to fame in the 90s as the lead singer of the pop-rock group ‘No Doubt’. The band had plenty of success and still performs together on occasion. In 2004, Stefani decided to take a break from the group and work on her own music, releasing her debut solo album ‘Love. Angel. Music. Baby.’. Selling more than 7 million copies, the album spawned hits like ‘Hollaback Girl’, ‘What You Waiting For’, and ‘Rich Girl’ featuring American rapper click here to read more

Dolly Parton

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© Curtis Hilbun

Dolly Parton was born on January 19, 1946 in Sevierville, Tennessee. As a child, Parton began singing on local radio as well as television in East Tennessee. Parton was initially successful as a songwriter later; she started her singing career after being signed by Monument Records in 1965. She composed more than 3,000 songs through her career. She also won several Country Music awards, eight Grammy Awards, which includes a Lifetime Achievement Grammy in 2011. Parton has received 45 Grammy Award nominations. She also click here to read more

Neil Patrick Harris

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© David Shankbone

Neil Patrick Harris was born on June 15, 1973 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. At the age of fifteen, he starred in the 1988 film ‘Clara’s Heart’ opposite Whoopi Goldberg. When he was 16, Harris got the lead role in a television series called “Doogie Howser, M.D.” in 1989, which was about a teen-prodigy doctor. This television series launched Harris’s career and offered him the status of a teen-heartthrob. In 2010, he was named as Time magazine’s 100 most influential people and in September 2011, click here to read more