Avril Lavigne

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© Rosa Casapullo

Avril Lavigne is a Canadian singer and songwriter. She is best known for her singles “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi” on her first album, “Let Go”, that was released in 2001. At that time, she was known for a tomboyish style and usually seen wearing baggy clothes and Converse or skater shoes.  After she got married in 2006 to Deryck Whibley, Avril Lavigne changed her image. She started sporting Gothic style outfits. Black tutus started to become part of her wardrobe. She also had a click here to read more

Sean Combs Diddy

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© David Shankbone

Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969 in New York City. After graduating in 1987, Combs started working for Uptown Records as a talent director. Later, in 1993, he founded Bad Boy Records and earned immense profits from the achievements of the performers he signed to the records company, most notably Biggie, also known as The Notorious Big. In 1997, Combs released his debut album titled “No Way Out,” which was certified platinum seven times and was immediately followed by successful albums click here to read more

Shaquille O’Neal

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© Keith Allison

Shaquille O’Neal is in a class of his own when it comes to basketball and is also an all round star on and off the court. He has played for the Lakers, Miami, Phoenix, Cleveland and Boston and wherever he played, he left a lasting mark. He began playing in 1989 and has since won awards and titles. Shaq is an icon to be reckon with. He has also starred in numerous movies, composed several rap songs and released several albums. He also has click here to read more

Toby Keith

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© Keith Hinkle

Toby Keith is Oklahoma’s very own multi award-winning country superstar. A record producer, singer-songwriter and actor, Toby Keith is one of the best known artists in country music. After playing at local pubs and restaurants, Keith got his big break in 1993 when he was signed by top recording label Mercury. Under this recording contract, he released four studio albums, the first of which went platinum, as well as one Greatest Hits album. In 1998, he signed a contract with Nashville DreamWorks and released click here to read more