Barack Obama

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© Steve Jurvetson

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

Paula Abdul

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© Alison Martin

Paula Abdul, a renowned choreographer, was born on June 19, 1962 in San Fernando, California. She was a natural dancer who later on evolved as a singer, songwriter, choreographer, television personality and an actress. She started taking dance lessons at the age of eight. When she was in college, she became a cheerleader for Los Angeles Lakers. Within three months she became their head choreographer. Abdul’s distinct choreography landed her the job of an assistant dance-director for The Jackson 5. She went on to click here to read more

Vanessa Hudgens

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© Liam Mendes

Vanessa Hudgens was born on December 14, 1988 in Salinas, California. At the age of eight, she performed as a singer in musical theaters and appeared in a few local productions.  When she was cast for a television commercial, her family re-located to Los Angeles. She appeared in many films and television shows before she rose to fame for starring as the leading character Gabriella Montez in the High School Musical series. In September 2006, Hudgens launched her debut album called V, which sold click here to read more

Emmy Rossum

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© Tom Sorensen

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