Grace Kelly How cool would it be to be a successful actress and performer and then marrying a prince of your dreams? Not only does this sound like a Cinderella story, but Grace Kelly’s story. Grace Kelly had followed her childhood dreams into becoming a well known actress and princess that many people still know of today. Going further into Grace’s life, you will learn about her background, career, death, and legacy. Grace Kelly was born on November 12, 1929.
Judith Jamison is a famous ballet dancer and a choreographer. She had also been in the movie “A tribute to Alvin Ailey” and wrote the book “Dancing spirit”. She had achieved many things in life and had many major awards. I had chosen Jamison because she has gone so far from where she has started when she was six. Also because she continues to inspire me and many other people.
Amy winehouse , the controversial pop star was born on 14 september , 1983, in london , England . Amy was born jewish with russian origin on her mothers’s side , her family was kind of interesting as her father was a taxi driver and her mother was a pharmacist , they’ve always shared her love for music and supported her and raised her on jazz and pop music and many of her relatives were professional musicians . Winehouse earned her first guitar when she was thirteen and taught herself how to play . Amy went to Sylvia Young Theatre School but because of her rebellious character she was exbelled , she pierced her nose and tattooed her body . She went to BRIT school , and started her career at the age of sixteen , performing club
Rita Dove is a United States Poet Laureate and successful contemporary poet. She has written for decades with her first published work being in 1980. She has written about many topics over the course of her career and throughout many major events which shape the poems she writes. Additionally she has received many varied criticisms from many people on both specific poems and her writing in general.
Marion Anderson was one of the greatest contralto singers of the 20th century and the first African-American to perform at the Metropolitan Opera in 1955. However, years before she was able to perform at the MET, Marion has faced challenges and oppositions from people who were against her performances, because of the colour of her skin, with Eleanor Roosevelt being one of the few people, expressing her disgrace with a certain ban put on Marion’s performance. Eleanor Roosevelt and Marion Anderson met in 1935 when she was invited to perform at the White House, by that time Anderson was already very popular in Europe and focused on performances in the United States. From 1936, she would annually perform at different venues with the aim of benefiting the Howard University School of Music in Washington, DC and the extent of its success meant that larger venues had to be found. There was no issue until in 1939 when a request to the Constitution Hall, headed by the Daughters of American Revolution(DAR), was made.
Additionally, Albert tried to fix up the relationship between Victoria and her mother. Victoria’ first pregnancy in 1840, in the beginning of the pregnancy, when she was riding in a carriage with Prince Albert on the way to visit Duchess, Edward Oxford tried to assassinate her. Fortunately, Edward Oxford was not reach his mission. Eventually, this incident caused Victoria's popularity soared. In 21 November 1840, Victoria’s first daughter, as well as named Victoria, was born.
Erin and Paige are headed to New York to film on location for their On the Runway reality TV series. But first the two girls have to model for a green designer. Erin is abandoned by her best friend Mollie that prefers to spend time with Tony her boyfriend even as her mother seems to be getting more involved with Jon her boyfriend. The series an excellent portrayal of how two girls brought up in the same house may be so different in character and temperament. As they try to navigate the world of Hollywood each of them struggles to stay true to who they are.
She proceeded with her backing amid the Wimbledon competition. In 2004 October, in any case, Goodrem's association with Philippoussis was ended subsequent to announcement made by Paris Hilton to the media that she was new love interest of Philippoussis and this was quite shocking for Goodrem and her fans. Philippoussis later on affirmed it; however he expressed that Hilton was not the reason for the separation. Well everyone could see this coming because in 2004 AIRA awards Philippoussis was not present, this was first time Goodrem was performing in the award ceremony. In 2004, she dated and later on married Brian McFadden ex-Westlife star.
“We need more kindness, more compassion, more joy, more laughter. I definitely want to contribute to that” (“Ellen Degeneres Quotes”). Ellen did not just preach this she practiced it. Ellen contributed to this by starting her television show “The Ellen Degeneres Show”. She does her show to make people laugh and feel good.
Her life started out looking exceptionally promising, having already had an arranged marriage with English king Henry VIII’s son before the age of 15 but not everything goes perfect even for a queen. After a scandal where the English King known as, Henry VIII, tried paying someone to kill off a Scottish patriot. That arrange marriage was soon called off but it wasn’t long before she was arranged again but this time to Francis, king of France. In 1548, Mary I was shipped off to France her mother’s homeland to live and meet her future husband bringing with her the “Four Maries” which was created with Scotland’s nobility.
While substitute teaching at a school in New York, Gertrude began working on her advanced degree at New York University graduating in 1941 and then took night classes at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Unfortunately Gertrude was unable to complete her PhD as a part-time student and made and critical decision to quit school never finishing her PhD. In the biochemist later years, she was awarded an honorary PhD from Polytechnic University from New York in 1989 and an honorary SD degree from Harvard in 1999. Gertrude was an American biochemist and pharmacologist who wanted to make a difference in the world; the only way
He stayed there for twelve episodes which he made extremely popular with his controversial statements and behavior in the whole. This show also added to his net worth. After that he expanded his career to television even more; in fact, he became television host. Currently he is a judge on the 2015 reality TV series “America`s Best Dance Crew All Stars: Road to the VMAs, which was premiered on MTV on 29th July
Jane Addams was born on September 6, 1860, in Cedarville, Illinois. Her mother died when she was only a few years old, which may have spurred her ambitions to become a doctor when she was very young, but she was unable to fulfill her ambitions, due to her often back pains, and was sick most of the time. In 1877, Jane attended the Rockville Female Seminary where she learned to write and speak with authority, traits that would be useful for years to come. When she graduated in 1881, she became ill and depressed, and became more so after her father died that same year when she was only 21.
She went on to act in two more movies “Mahogany” and “The Wiz”. The Guinness Book of World Records declared Ross the most successful female music artist in history in 1993. This was due to the fact that she had more hits than any other female artists on the charts – 70 hit singles while she was a part of The Supremes. As a solo artist she has sold over 100 million records all over the globe.
The Life of Whitney Houston A talented and gifted film-actress, producer, model and American singer. A woman who was one of the greatest singers in the world, and had the best voice of all time. A legendary woman throughout her wonderful years of life. Yet strong, but faced many struggles and challenges in her life, and still left a positive impact on the world after succumbing to death in February 2012.