Celebrity twin look alikes Scott Clifton & Ryan Kwanten

On the left is Scott Clifton while on the right is Ryan Kwanten.

Scott Clifton was born Scott Clifton Snyder on October 31st, 1984 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Scott Clifton, is an American actor, musician, and video blogger. His nickname is “Soapy D”. he stands at a height 5′ 11″ tall. His early work has included television commercials and minor film and television roles, but his most recognized achievements have come from his highly publicized roles in soap operas. He is best known for playing Dillon Quartermaine in General Hospital (2003–2007), Schuyler Joplin in One Life to Live (2009–2010), and Liam Spencer in The Bold and the Beautiful (2010–present). His role in The Bold and the Beautiful earned him a Daytime Emmy Award in 2011 and 2013. Scott Clifton is known on YouTube for engaging in philosophical debate and discussion about, among other things, atheism, ethics (with special interest in Biblical ethics), and criticism of Christianity. He is commonly known online by the screen name “TheoreticalBullshit”. Scott Clifton was nominated for 5 Daytime Emmys. Three for his work as Dillon Quartermaine on ABC’s General Hospital, one for his work as Schuyler Joplin on ABC’s One Life to Live, and one for his work as Liam Cooper on CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. He is also a singer songwriter born on Halloween. He was offered a four year contract on “General Hospital” after his character had been on the air for less than two weeks. Scott Clifton was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Best Younger Actor at the 2004 and 2005 Award shows. He has recently finished recording a 2nd CD that is now available on his official website. He credit’s “Push” by Matchbox Twenty as the reason he started writing songs. Scott Clifton also runs his own YouTube channel.

Ryan Christian Kwanten was born on 28th November 1976 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia often just referred to by his first and last name Ryan Kwanten. He stands at a height 5’10” tall. He is an Australian American actor. Ryan Kwanten name is sometimes misspelled Ryan Kwanteen. Audiences across the globe know Ryan Kwanten as “Jason Stackhouse”, the highly-sexed town heartthrob on True Blood (2008). Though he plays the quintessential Southern bad boy, Ryan Kwanten is a native of Australia and was born and bred in Sydney. He is the eldest of three brothers and, though both of his younger siblings were performers at early ages, Ryan Kwanten was the athlete of the family. His interests included triathlon, swimming, tennis, golf, surfing and snow skiing and, as a teen, he was the state welterweight boxing champ. His introduction to acting came purely by chance. At the age of fifteen, his mother dropped off one of his younger brothers at an audition for a theatrical agency and was then supposed to drive Ryan Kwanten to swimming training. He waited in the car for his mother to return and when she did not, he went inside and was dragged into auditioning. The agency signed him and the teen began learning his craft on Australian television. He gradually moved to larger roles, including a five-year stint on the popular down-under series, Home and Away (1988). After his role on Home and Away (1988) where played Vinnie Patterson a lifeguard from 1997 to 2002 on the Australian soap-opera ended, Ryan Kwanten left Australia and moved to Los Angeles. He perfected an American accent and made a number of guest appearances on American television. Ryan Kwanten had previously guested on the serial as Robbie Taylor in 1994. He co-starred with Lori Loughlin and Jesse McCartney in Summerland (2004) portraying Jay Robertson, then starred in the films Flicka (2006) with Maria Bello, Alison Lohman and Tim McGraw; and Dead Silence (2007) a horror movie in which he played the leading role. A year later, Ryan Kwanten had the remarkable fortune to land a leading role as Jason Stackhouse on True Blood (2008) the brother of Sookie Stackhouse (not to be confused as Snookie Stackhouse), a Southern Gothic Vampire based series produced by Alan Ball. True Blood (2008) tapped into the global obsession with vampires and, by the end of the first season, had become a cult hit. Ryan Kwanten has recently completed three films and will start the third season of True Blood (2008) in 2010. Australian men’s fashion magazine GQ revealed that Ryan Kwanten is their 2010 Man Of The Year. Ryan Kwanten appeared in a Law and Order: SVU episode that aired on 2 December 2008, in which he portrayed Dominic Pruitt, a US Marine Corps Master Sergeant accused of raping and murdering a fellow Marine and her unborn baby. In 2009, he starred in the film Don’t Fade Away with Mischa Barton and Beau Bridges. Ryan Kwanten currently plays the role of Jason Stackhouse in True Blood, an HBO television series based on Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries. He stars in the psychological thriller Red Hill, which was directed by Patrick Hughes. Ryan Kwanten earned one of the lead roles in the Joe Lynch horror film The Knights of Badassdom. In October 2010, it was announced that Ryan Kwanten will play Charles Manson in the upcoming, yet-to-be-titled biopic, directed by Brad Anderson. In 2012, he helped Mystery Guitar man to shoot a video called Dual Action, which has been posted onto YouTube. In 2013, Ryan Kwanten played Marvel character Eddie Brock/Venom in the short film Truth in Journalism.

Celebrity twin look alikes Scott Clifton and Ryan Kwanten are hard to tell apart. Both these men are blond and fairly good look actors with good acting skills. However one is Australia and the other is American.

Beyonce Knowles look alike

On the left is All Things Fabulous 101 lady and on the right is Beyonce Carter.

Sawee Fabs or All Things Fabulous 101 lady or Asia F.  as she is called is the owner of a All Things Fabulous 101. Asia is a beauty-obsessed New Yorker who has been sharing tips and tricks on makeup, fashion and everything in between on her YouTube channel, AllThingsFabulous101, since 2009. No matter what your shape, size or budget is, Asia always says, “Embrace your inner fab!” She is described as abeauty guru that gives excellent tips on beauty101. AllThingsFabulous101 has been able to help and inspire other women and also young girls to love themselves and embrace their inner FAB! She also love interacting with my subscribers and the people that support my channel. Sometimes I can be having a bad day and then I will receive the sweetest email or comment; that just makes my day and puts a smile on my face. She was inspired after finding the beauty and fashion communities on YouTube by accident when searching for something on Google. She watched other peoples’ amazing videos for nearly a year before mustering up enough courage to start a channel of her own. Asia F.  decided to create a YouTube channel because she really wanted to share her passions for fashion and beauty. When asked if she could only use five makeup products for the rest of your life, what would they be? She replied with Foundation, concealer, lipstick, lip gloss, and blush. Asia F. loves neutrals with a bright lip, so she always find myself doing a neutral metallic smokey eye, luminous cheek, and a nice bold lip. That’s definitely her go-to makeup look.When asked what beauty trend are she is looking forward to wearing most this summer? She replied she is definitely looking forward to bold lip trend, all of the corals, oranges, and bright pinks! When asked what beauty items do you have on you at all times? She replied she always keep an arsenal of lip products like lip balms, lipsticks, and lip glosses on her at all times. She said she don’t know why but it’s just a habit – a girl has to have options! When asked when do she feel the most beautiful? She replied she felt the most beautiful when she wakes up in the morning and look in the mirror with her hair all over the place and without a drop of makeup on. Of course she love makeup and she love how she look when she wears  it, but she thinks that makeup should be used to enhance your beauty, not define it.

Beyoncé Carter was born Beyoncé Giselle Knowles on September 4th1981. She is an American singer and actress born and raised in Houston, Texas. Some of her close relatives and family refer to her as Yoncé or Beyonce. The name Beyoncé is actually a french name. The acute accent over the e, for example é give her name the, say or cee sound at the end, hence her name is pronounced bee-YON-say, the English version of her name would be Beyonce pronounced bee-YONCE. Beyoncé Carter or Beyoncé Carter-Knowles formerly known as Beyoncé Knowles performed in various singing and dancing competitions as a child, and rose to fame in the late 1990s as lead singer of R&B girl-group Destiny’s Child. Managed by her father Mathew Knowles, the group became one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time. Their hiatus saw the release of Beyoncé’s debut album, Dangerously in Love (2003), which established her as a solo artist worldwide; it sold 11 million copies, earned five Grammy Awards and featured the Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles “Crazy in Love” and “Baby Boy”. Beyoncé is widley considered the best female Pop singer and performer of her era. Beyoncé’s nicknames include: JuJu, Mothe, Bee, Sasha Fierce, Queen B, Queen Bey, Bey and Bay. Beyoncé’s father, Mathew Knowles, managed Destiny’s Child. Her mother, Tina Knowles, designed their glittering costumes. Solange Knowles, her sister (they’re about 5 years apart), has released her debut album. Beyonce Carter and her group Destiny Child were discovered by Whitney Houston. One of her favorite songs is “Lovefool” by The Cardigans. Her favorite item of clothing is a pair of path work metallic boots. She writes & produces many of the group’s songs, including smash hits “Jumpin Jumpin”, “Bootylicious”, “Nasty Girl”, “Independent Women”, “Happy Face” and “Apple Pie a la mode”. Beyoncé is the wife of rapper and entrepreneur Sean “Jay-Z” Carter. They were married since 4th April 2008 – present and have 1 child. The pair were dating for several years before tying the knot. Beyoncé’ is famous for her hit songs, energetic performances, her big and heavy earrings, her revealing and seductive clothing, and high heels and stilettos while incredible dance moves while performing on stage in front of a huge live audience. Beyoncé was the lead singer of the singing group Destiny’s Child. Destiny’s Child members included: Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams who were the main members but LaTavia Roberson, LeToya Luckett and Farrah Franklin were also apart of the group. Beyoncé attended The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas. Beyoncé once appeared on Star Search (1983). In 2001 she became the first African-American woman to ever win the ASCAP Pop Songwriter of the Year Award. Beyonce Carter is a fan of Middle Eastern music and dance. Her biggest hit to date is song “Crazy in Love.” The Radio Music Awards, MTV Europe Video Music Awards and Billboard Awards are among the awards shows she has performed on in 2003. She also performed at a South African AIDS benefit show in November 2003, organized by Bono of U2 to combat the AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. Beyonce Carter has Won 5 Grammys, including Best Contemporary R & B Album for “Dangerously In Love”, she took home the most awards for this year’s (2004) show.  Her father is of African-American descent and her mother is of Louisiana Creole (African, French, and smaller amounts of Irish and Spanish) ancestry.Beyonce Carter has been quoted as saying that to get over her shyness she developed a stage persona named “Sasha”, which is the name of her alter ego Sasha Fierce. Beyonce Carter was voted number 1 on VH1’s 100 Hottest Hotties. Her favorite rapper is Wyclef Jean. She and her husband Jay-Z are buying a house in Miami as well as in London, England. Beyonce Carter ranked #7 in Stuff magazine’s “102 Sexiest Women in the World” (2002). Beyonce Carter is the Aunt of Daniel Julez J. Smith, son of her sister, Solange Knowles and her husband, Daniel Smith.Beyonce Carter is sister-in-law of football player, Daniel Smith. Beyoncé`s name came from her mother’s maiden name. Beyoncé attended Welch Middle School in Houston, Texas. Beyoncé sang three of the five Oscar-nominated songs at The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005), including one completely in French. Beyoncé is one of People Magazine’s “50 Most beautiful People” for most wanted lips (2004). On June 13th 2005 Beyoncé and the other members of Destiny’s Child announced that they will disband after their tour ends in the fall. Beyoncé also did acting which include Dreamgirls (2006), The Fighting Temptations (2003) and Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002). Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z in order to promote their “On The Run Tour”, a fake movie trailer video was made which premiered in May 2014 entitled “Run” (stylized as “RUN”). The video was filled with multiple small scenes by celebrities and famous actors, the video features the couple in a variety of Bonnie and Clyde style, action clips and gun-toting roles.

Asia F. also know as All Things Fabulous 101 or Sawee Fabs has alot in common besides features with BeyonceBeyoncé is also a strong advocate for using make up, eye line and lip stick in one of her song she stated how much pressure it is as a woman to maintain her beauty and being beautiful in her song “Pretty Hurts” in 2014. Beyonce and Asia F aka Sawee Fabs of All Things Fabulous 101 are famous women who look alike.

Producer Michael Hundgen and Nev Schulma of Catfish

Producer Michael Hundgen o the left while on the right is Nev Schulman the host of the MTV show Catfish .

Michael Hundgen is known for his work on Survivor (2000), TMZ on TV (2007) and Shear Genius (2007). Michael Hundgen is the Senior Manager, Content Strategy at The Walt Disney Company. He also worked as Content Producer at CBS, NBC, CW, Bravo, VH1, MTV and Content Producer at TMZ. Michael Hundgen was the Segment Producer, “Survivor” at Mark Burnett Productions and Marketing Coordinator at CBS, Inc. He was educated at Boston College where he obtained Bachelors of Science, Finance and Marketing. He was also educated at the University College Dublin in Ireland where he obtain a degree in International Business & Communication. He has done hosting for: TMZ TV (Telepictures, Warner Brothers); Survivor (CBS); Mazda Industrial (Mazda); Now You Know (First South Productions); and Vidocity.com (Hurricane Productions). Michael Hundgen has done Recurring Correspondent for: The Big Story with John Gibson (Fox News Channel); Fox News Live Desk (Fox News Channel); and On the Record with Greta Van Susteran (Fox News Channel). He has been a Guest Reporter for: The Early Show (CBS); CNN Showbiz Tonight (CNN); CNN Headline News (CNN); and Your World with Neal Cavuto (Fox News Channel). He has appeared and acted in movies and films such as: Married ‘Til Death; Dinner for Two; Posthumous; This is Our Youth; Identical Identity; Gaydar; Life and Times in Reality; Algorithm; Jersey Girl; and Blink. He has appeared in Television series such as: Close to Home (CBS); What About Brian (ABC); and Bold and the Beautiful (CBS).

Nev Schulman was born Yaniv  Schulman on September 26th 1984 in in New York City, New York, USA. He is an American producer, actor, and photographer. He is best known for the 2010 documentary Catfish. At the age of 19, he and his older brother, actor/filmmaker Ariel Schulman, started a film/photography production company. In 2004, Nev Schulman started photographing dance as he became involved with the contemporary ballet community in New York City. He is a founding member of the Young Leadership Committee for the youth organization, Leave Out Violence. In 2010, Nev Schulman became the subject of the documentary Catfish, filmed by his brother Ariel Schulman and business partner Henry Joost, in which Nev Schulman met and fell in love with Megan, a girl he met online. The premise followed him on the journey of falling in love with a girl he meets on the internet, but later finds out that she may not be exactly who she claimed to be. In 2012, Nev Schulman became the host and executive producer of the follow up show Catfish: The TV Show for MTV, with his filmmaking partner Max Joseph, where he introduces people in real life who have developed relationships online but have not yet met. The show Catfish is aimed at exposing people who meet on social networking websites like Facebook and develop relationships who may not be who they claim to be. They show also aims at investigating these people and checking the legitimacy of the information they give to a person they have bonded with online.

Producer Michael Hundgen and Nev Schulma of Catfish are celebrity twins. These two men are famous people that look alike. Both men are slim have dark hair and carries themselves in a very similar way. They have very similar features and body type.

Jay-Z look alike

On the left is Ryan Leslie and on the right is rapper/business man Jay-Z.

Ryan Leslie was born Anthony Ryan Leslie on September 25th 1978 in Washington, DC and raised in 8 cities across 2 continents . He is an American record producer, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and rapper from Washington, D.C. Founder of the media company NextSelection Lifestyle Group, Ryan Leslie has produced singles for a number of artists in a variety of genres, ranging from R&B/hip hop to pop to gospel. From 2005–2006, he had his most commercial success to date with NextSelection/Bad Boy/Atlantic recording artist Cassie and her single “Me & U”. Leslie’s debut album, Ryan Leslie (2008), features the songs “Diamond Girl”, “Addiction”, and “How It Was Supposed To Be”. He was nominated for a Grammy in 2011. Ryan Leslie`s parents are Salvation Army officers who frequently relocate for work. Ryan Leslie‘s family is practicing Christians. He has lived in various states, cities, and countries. At an early age, Ryan Leslie taught himself how to play the piano. He developed the ability to recite music, as well as arrange chords to create songs. At the age of 14, Ryan Leslie scored a 1600 on his SATs, a perfect score, while attending Bear Creek High School, in Stockton, CA. In 1993, he applied to four University of California campuses as well as Stanford, Yale and Harvard. In his application essays he explained his interest in matriculating from his junior year in high school without having earned a diploma. He was accepted to all except for Stanford. He ultimately decided to attend Harvard College. At the age of 19, Ryan Leslie graduated from Harvard with a degree in Government, concentrating in Political Science and Macroeconomics. During the undergraduate Class Day ceremonies, Ryan Leslie was selected to be the Harvard Male Orator, one of four seniors who deliver orations to the graduating senior class. As a child he grew up playing cornet as a child in the Salvation Army band. He later switched to piano At Harvard, he joined the Krokodiloes, an a cappella group. Leslie suddenly saw a new future for himself when a friend played him a Stevie Wonder CD freshman year. “I became obsessed with him,” says Ryan Leslie. “I wanted to chase that man’s career.” Thus began the transition from premed Poindexter to R&B Romeo. Leslie became a constant presence at the on-campus recording studio. Fellow student Chiqui Matthew remembers Leslie making beats at every free moment. “He was on a different level of intensity. Most of us were pretty realistic—we’re Harvard students; this music stuff is fun, but this isn’t the future,” says Matthew, who now works with credit derivatives at Goldman Sachs. “But Ryan always had a ten-year plan about how he was going to take over the music industry.” While still a college student, Leslie began producing tracks for local Boston artists. Meanwhile, Leslie was beginning to mold his own image, too. “He had this pseudo-sexual, thugged-out Lothario thing,” says Matthew. “I never really bought it. He seemed more like a music nerd to me”. During his freshman year at Harvard, Ryan Leslie devoted many hours per week to creating and developing music in a studio basement on campus. He taught himself basic production skills and also developed a musical style of his own. As the semesters progressed, Ryan Leslie spent more and more time in the school’s studio molding his craft. He also performed many events around campus and was a part of the school’s all male a cappella group The Krokodiloes. Due to the conflict with music and school, Ryan Leslie was put on academic probation three times during his college career. He has said in many interviews that during those college years, he became accustomed to getting 2 to 3 hours of sleep per night. To earn disposable income during these years, Ryan Leslie sold instrumentals to local artists in the Boston area. After graduating college, Ryan Leslie urged his parents to allow him to go in to the music industry. They told him that he could have a better future considering he graduated from college at the age of 19. Ryan Leslie insisted that he was going to pursue his musical interests for two years and if he did not like it he would stop. Ryan Leslie remained in Boston because of its music scene. He took on community service jobs to help support himself and would spend nights in the recording studio working on his music.Eventually, he moved back home with his parents in Phoenix where he convinced them to take out a loan for a production studio so that he could pursue music full-time. He vowed to his family that he would pay back the $15,000 loan one day, even if it meant going back to school and getting a more traditional job. For the next several months, Ryan Leslie worked towards developing a distinct sound. During this period, Ryan Leslie said that he ate and slept very little. In the summer of 2003, Ryan landed a production internship with producer Younglord. He has said in interviews that he considers this 30-day internship the jump-start of his career in the music industry. Within the first week, Leslie produced the song “Keep Giving Your Love To Me” that would later be performed by Beyoncé for the Bad Boys II soundtrack. The soundtrack was supervised by Marc “Dombolo” Styles & Sean “Diddy” Combs, who were impressed by Leslie’s production style and offered him a management contract upon meeting him. Under the management of Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, Ryan Leslie worked on various Bad Boy Records projects, including releases from Loon, Cheri Dennis, B5, New Edition and Danity Kane. During that time, Ryan Leslie co-produced a record for Britney Spears. Also in 2003, Leslie was introduced by his then attorney Ed Woods to Tommy Mottola. Mottola soon became a mentor of Ryan Leslie‘s and offered him a publishing deal with Aspen Songs and a recording contract with Casablanca, Mottola’s imprint distributed by Universal Music Group. Under the mentorship of Mottola and Combs, Ryan Leslie signed then-aspiring model Cassie Ventura to his imprint, NextSelection in 2005. Cassie Ventura song “Me & U” in 2006 became a major hit on the Internet, and a video for the song was rushed into production, but withdrawn when it was deemed too risqué (sexually suggestive). “Me & U” peaked as the No. 3 download on iTunes, and those sales pushed it to No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the meantime, Sean Combs heard “Me & U” in a club, and Ryan Leslie convinced him to partner his Bad Boy Records with Leslie’s own NextSelection imprint for the release of Cassie‘s debut album, Cassie, in August 2006. Firmly established and working with industry heavyweights, Cassie appeared on AskMen.com’s list of the Top 99 Most Desirable Women in 2008, at No. 62. As Ryan Leslie and Cassie Ventura spent more time together in the studio, Cassie became closer with Ryan Leslie . “Cassie was my girl in New York City. We were going out romantically, and we made a song and put it out just for fun,” Leslie said regarding their relationship. Their relationship strengthened as Cassie‘s whirlwind of success in the music world expanded. “I love Cassie, I love her. I fell in love with her, I fell in love with her music, I fell in love with her family”. However, Cassie broke off their relationship and moved on to Sean “Diddy” Combs as they began to work more frequently. However, Cassie is still signed to NextSelection, though the two have not spoken in some time. “To be honest, we don’t really speak. We are still cordial. I saw her at Kanye’s Bowery performance and I said ‘Hello’ to her. You always have the curiosity about what would happen if we got back in the studio, but it’s a matter of scheduling and timing. If it ever happens, I am one hundred percent open to it”. Ryan Leslie awards include: 2013 / Black Ivy Alumni League – Pinnacle of Success Award, 2011 / Grammy “Best Contemporary R&B Album” Nominee, 2010 / Soul Train Music Award “Best New Artist” Nominee, 2010 / Harvard AMBLE Vanguard Award, 2009 / BET “Best Male R&B Artist” Nominee and 2009 / BET “Best New Artist” Nominee. Ryan Leslie can be contacted at c/o NextSelection, 45 Broadway, Suite 2230, New York, NY 1006, ryan@renegadesnyc.com. He is a successful Grammy-nominated producer (who’s worked with Chris Brown, Kanye West and Rick Ross) and he definitely was not just a heralded recording artist who landed two albums on the Top Ten of Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Au contraire, the new and improved Ryan Leslie, version 2.0, is in full entrepreneurship mode and strategizing to become hip-hop’s next billionaire. In an exclusive one-on-one sit down with Music Times,  Ryan Leslie  opened up about his new label and artist-to-fan platform Disruptive Multimedia, his five-year plan for attaining all of life’s riches, and settling down without slowing down. “The purpose of the entire platform is so I can actually own the relationship that I have with the people that support me,” Leslie says of his latest venture, which launches on July 4. “You know, traditionally that relationship is owned by third parties: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, any number of platforms and now I can very confidentially say that every single person that supported my last record, they own the relationship they have with me.” In June, Kanye West applauded Ryan Leslie ‘s forthcoming business venture. “Beats sales were driven by culture and artists and Apple saw that,” West said during an interview in Cannes when asked about the successful $3 billion sale of Beats Electronic. “Of course they wanted to team up with the guys who were bridging culture and technology, it makes sense.” West added, “I think it is ridiculous giving any celebrity a creative director role of anything. There is only like three guys who I think could work like that, and that’s Ryan Leslie, me and Will.I.Am, because we care about it. We’re inside of it.” Ryan Leslie  with Disruptive Media, the “Diamond Girl” singer promises to select a few artists to invest in per year to help launch their careers and create a business off of their musical talents. “I’m also starting a record company,” he explained. “So people you see use my platform and are extremely successful on it, I’m going to be making an investment in an artist, or two, or three every year that I feel is worthy of an investment in their success. So I’ll be making an investment in their project—in their business, so to speak. We build a infrastructure that teaches people how to build a business around their art and it allows me to make it very clear, well-informed decision about who’s going to be successful based on their hustle, and I want to reward people’s hustle by making an investment in their project.” After releasing three albums, Ryan Leslie (2009), Transition (2009) and Les Is More (2012), under Universal Motown Republic Records, Ryan Leslie independently released Black Mozart in 2013. Focused on success, the dexterous musician trained himself to sleep three hours per day, only taking 30 minute naps in between without missing a beat; recording, producing, or traveling the world. As for lagging anytime soon for wife and kids, the “Diamond Girl” singer says that his lifestyle will still be infused into his family one day. With the success of producer/rapper Dr. Dre multibillion Beats headphones deal to Apple, Ryan Leslie is aiming for prosperity creating a “linchpin of success in the digital age” through Disruptive Multimedia. Ryan says that monetary success is not his true goal. Finding the true riches in life is.

Jay-Z was born Shawn Corey Carter on December 4th 1969 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. Jay-Z was a school friend of the late rapper Notorious B.I.G. Jay-Z is widely known by his stage name Jay-Z (sometimes stylized as Jay Z, or JAY Z). Jay-Z is also know by his first and last name Shawn Carter not Sean Carter. Some of his nicknames include: S-dot, Young Hov, Jazzy, S. Carter, Jay, Hova, Jigga, Jiggaman, Iceberg Slim, Lucky Lefty and Joe Camel. He is an American rapper, record producer and entrepreneur. He stands 6′ 2″ (1.88 m) inheight. He is one of the most financially successful hip-hop artists and entrepreneurs in America. In 2012, Forbes estimated Carter’s net worth at nearly $500 million. He is one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, having sold more than 75 million records, while receiving 17 Grammy Awards for his musical work, and numerous additional nominations. Consistently ranked as one of the greatest rappers of all time, he was ranked number one by MTV in their list of The Greatest MCs of All-Time in 2006. Three of his albums, Reasonable Doubt (1996), The Blueprint (2001), and The Black Album (2003), are considered landmarks in the genre with all of them featured in Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. As an entrepreneur and investor, Jay-Z co-owns the 40/40 Club, and is the co-creator of the clothing line Rocawear. He is the former president of Def Jam Recordings, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, and the founder of Roc Nation. He also founded the sports agency Roc Nation Sports and is a certified NBA and MLB sports agent. As an artist, he holds the record for most number one albums by a solo artist on the Billboard 200 with 13. Jay-Z also has had four number ones on the Billboard Hot 100, one as lead artist. On December 11, 2009, Jay-Z was ranked as the tenth-most successful artist of the 2000s by Billboard as well as the fifth top solo male artist and fourth top rapper behind Eminem, Nelly, and 50 Cent. He was also ranked the 88th greatest artist of all time by Rolling Stone. Jay-Z married American R&B singer Beyoncé in 2008. They have a daughter named Blue Ivy Carter, born January 7, 2012. In the business world, Jay-Z has also established himself as a successful entrepreneur like his fellow hip hop moguls and friends, Russell Simmons, Dr. Dre and Sean “Diddy” Combs, who also have business holdings such as record companies and clothing lines. In an interview, he stated that “my brands are an extension of me. They’re close to me. It’s not like running GM, where there’s no emotional attachment.” He is the founder of the urban clothing brand Rocawear along with Damon Dash. Rocawear has clothing lines and accessories for men, women and children. The line was taken over by Jay-Z in early 2006 following a falling out with Dash. In March 2007, Jay-Z sold the rights to the Rocawear brand to Iconix Brand Group, for $204 million. He retains his stake in the company and continues to oversee the marketing, licensing and product development. He also co-owns the 40/40 Club, an upscale sports bar that started in New York City and has since expanded to Atlantic City and Chicago. In 2008, the 40/40 club in Las Vegas was closed down and bought back by the hotel after attendance steadily declined. Future plans will see 40/40 Clubs in Tokyo and Singapore. In 2005, Jay-Z became an investor in Carol’s Daughter, a line of beauty products, including products for hair, skin, and hands. In September 2013, his stake in the Barclay’s Center was sold for $1.5 million. Jay-Z serves as co-brand director for Budweiser Select and collaborates with the company on strategic marketing programs and creative ad development. He provides direction on brand programs and ads that appear on TV, radio, print, and high-profile events. He is also yet to expand his 40/40 Club sports bar in as many as 20 airports, as he makes deals with his business partners, Juan and Desiree Perez. He is a part-owner of the Brooklyn Nets NBA team, having paid a reported $4.5 million for his share, which declined in value to $350,000 in April 2013. He encouraged the team’s relocation to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center (from New Jersey) in the 2012–2013 season, at which point the team took on the Brooklyn Nets moniker. In October 2005, he was reported in English media as considering buying a stake of Arsenal F.C., an English soccer team. He has also invested in a real estate development venture called J Hotels which recently acquired a $66 million mid-block parcel in Chelsea, New York. Jay-Z and his partners are contemplating constructing a high-end hotel or an art gallery building on the newly acquired site which has the potential to go up about twelve stories. Through his company Gain Global Investments Network LLC, he had an interest estimated between 2 and 7% in the Aqueduct Entertainment Group (AEG) consortium, which in January 2010 was awarded a contract to operate a 4,500 slot machine racino at the Aqueduct Race Track. Jay-Z became interested in the project after New York Governor David Paterson who awarded the contract said there had to be an affirmative action component to the ownership. Jay-Z initially approached Steve Wynn who was also bidding on the contract. On March 9, 2010, Jay-Z and Flake withdrew from the project and Paterson recused himself from further involvement. On November 16, 2010, Jay-Z published a memoir entitled Decoded. In April 2011, it was widely reported that Jay-Z had outbid executives at Universal Records and Jive Records to acquire independent record label Block Starz Music. Jay-Z is also credited as the executive producer of the basketball video game NBA 2K13, where he worked on the look and feel of the game along with its soundtrack. On April 2, 2013, ESPN reported that Jay-Z will be launching his own sports agency, Roc Nation Sports. The sport management group will work as partners with Creative Artists Agency. In conjunction with the agency’s launch, New York Yankees’s second basemen Robinson Cano has left agent Scott Boras to sign with the company. Sources have made mention that Jay-Z himself is planning to be a certified sports agent, first in baseball and eventually in basketball and football. In order to represent clients in basketball, he would have to give up his small share of the Brooklyn Nets. On April 18, 2013 Jay-Z officially announced through his Life + Times website in a press release that he will be relinquishing his ownership in the Brooklyn Nets. The shares were eventually sold to American singer, rapper, actor and entrepreneur Wilber Pan, making Wilber the first American of Taiwanese descent to own a US professional sports franchise. Jay-Z‘s cited Wilber’s athletic background as a team captain of his high school basketball team and playing in college, his multitude of musical styles, influence in the Taiwanese American community, as well as his business acumen and portfolio, including him being the founder and chief executive of a software company Camigo Media and a co-founder of streetwear boutique N.P.C (New Project Center) as reasons why his bid was successful. Jay-Z and Beyoncé performing “Crazy in Love” on November 15, 2009. Jay-Z is married to American R&B singer Beyoncé. In 2002, Jay-Z and Beyoncé collaborated for the song “’03 Bonnie & Clyde”. Jay-Z also appeared on Beyoncé’s hit single “Crazy in Love” and as well as “That’s How You Like It” from her debut Dangerously in Love. On her second album, B’Day, he made appearances on the 2006 hits, “Déjà Vu” and “Upgrade U”. In the video for the latter song, she comically imitates his appearance. The couple generally avoid discussing their relationship. Beyoncé has stated that she believes that not publicly discussing their relationship has helped them. Jay-Z said in a People article, “We don’t play with our relationship.” They kept a low profile while dating, and married quietly in April 2008. It became a matter of public record on April 22, 2008, but Beyoncé did not publicly debut her $5 million Lorraine Schwartz-designed wedding ring until the Fashion Rocks concert on September 5, 2008 in New York City. Jay-Z and Beyoncé were listed as the most powerful couple for TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2006. In January 2009, Forbes ranked them as Hollywood’s top-earning couple, with a combined total of $162 million. They also made it to the top of the list the following year, with a combined total of $122 million between June 2008 and June 2009. State Property (2002) as Untouchable J with Dame Dash and Beanie Sigel as “Beans”. Jay-Z  has a documentary film on him called A Genius Leaves The Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z. JAY Z & Beyoncé “RUN” trailer for their tour which is a trailer for a fabricated movie.To promote their tour, a faux movie trailer video was premiered in May 2014 entitled “Run” (stylized as “RUN”). The video, filled with multiple celebrity cameos, features the couple in a variety of Bonnie and Clyde style, action and gun packed situations. Jay-Z has been link to other female celebrity such as rapper Foxy Brown, singer Mýa also spelt Mya and also singer Rihanna. Jay-Z in the early 2000`s had a beef with rapper Nas. The two now work together and are cordial. Jay-Z also has a brand of shoes called the S. Carter (S dot Carter) which is named after himself.

Jay-Z and Ryan Leslie are famous people that look alike. Both these men are successful and have a driving force to become successful. Jay-Z and Ryan Leslie are both around 6 feet tall, have light brown skin complexion, similar facial features and a welcoming personality, not to mention they have the same smile.

Black women with glasses

On the left is Actress Tracee Ellis Ross and on the right is television female Chef Carla Hall.

Carla Hall was born May 12th 1964. She is an American chef and television personality. She was a finalist in the fifth and eighth seasons of Top Chef, Bravo’s cooking competition show. She is currently one of five co-hosts on The Chew, a one-hour talk show centered on food from all angles, which premiered in September 2011 on ABC. She currently resides in Washington, D.C. Carla Hall was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. She graduated from Howard University’s Business School with a degree in accounting in 1986. She worked for two years at Price Waterhouse, and obtained a CPA certificate. She attended L’Académie de Cuisine in Maryland, where she completed her culinary training, going on to work as a Sous Chef at the Henley Park Hotel in Washington, DC. She also served as Executive Chef at both The State Plaza Hotel and The Washington Club, and has taught classes at CulinAerie and her alma mater, L’Académie de Cuisine. In 1988, Hall shifted focus and spent several years working as a model on the runways of Paris, Milan and London. It was in the first of these three cities that she quickly fell in love with the art of food. Carla Hall is a co-host of ABC’s popular lifestyle series “The Chew,” seated alongside restaurateurs and “Iron Chef America” stars Mario Batali and Michael Symon, entertaining expert Clinton Kelly and health and wellness enthusiast Daphne Oz. Carla Hall is best known as a competitor on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” where she won over audiences with her fun catch phrase, “Hootie Hoo,” and her philosophy to always cook with love. Carla Hall is the owner of Carla Hall Petite Cookies, an artisan cookie company that specializes in creating sweet and savory “petite bites of love.” Her approach to cooking blends her classic French training and Southern upbringing for a twist on traditional favorites. She is committed to health and balance in everyday living. Her newest cookbook, Cooking with Carla: New Comfort Foods from Around the World, will be published March 25, 2014, and her most recent hardcover, Cooking with Love: Comfort Food That Hugs You, will come out in paperback in Fall 2013. Carla Hall is a true believer that, “If you’re not in a good mood, the only thing you should make is a reservation.” She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, Matthew Lyons, and stepson Noah.

Tracee Ellis Ross is an American actress born October 29th 1972 as Tracee Joy Silberstein in Los Angeles, California, she is 5′ 7″ tall in height. She is the daughter of legendary Motown singer/actress Diana Ross and music business manager Robert Ellis Silberstein. Actor and musician Evan Ross is her half-brother. Her half-sister of Rhonda Ross Kendrick. Her older sister of Chudney Ross. She is the niece of Arthur ‘T-Boy’ Ross. Her father is Jewish and her mother is African-American. Tracee Ellis Ross is an American actress, producer and television host. Tracee Ellis Ross began her career in the independent films, variety series and hosted the pop-culture magazine The Dish on Lifetime. She is best known for her lead role as Joan Clayton on the UPN/CW comedy series, Girlfriends. She starred in show from 2000 to 2008. She starred in the 2007 comedy-drama film Daddy’s Little Girls, and in 2011 had a leading role as Dr. Carla Reed on the BET sitcom Reed Between the Lines. In 2014, Tracee Ellis Ross began starring in the ABC comedy series, Black-ish. Tracee Ellis Ross attended the Dalton School in Manhattan and the Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland. She was a model in her teens. She attended Brown University where she appeared in plays, and graduated in 1994 with a theatre degree. She also graduated from William Esper Acting Studio. She later worked in the fashion industry, as a model and contributing fashion editor to Mirabella and New York magazine. Tracee Ellis Ross as a model,was photographed by highly regarded fashion photographers Herb Ritts, Peter Lindberg, Francesco Scavullo and Mario Testino. She also featured in the video of the 1996 dance hit Macarena by Los del Río, as one of the ten female dancers. Tracee Ellis Ross  made her big screen debut in 1996, playing a Jewish/African-American woman in the independent feature film Far Harbor. The following year, she debuted as host of The Dish, a Lifetime TV magazine series keeping tabs on popular culture. In 1998, she starred as a former high school track star who remained silent about having been abused at the hands of a coach, in the NBC made-for-TV movie: Race Against Fear: A Moment of Truth. Her next role was an independent feature film Sue. In 2000, she landed her first major studio role in Diane Keaton’s Hanging Up. The same year, she broke into comedy as a regular performer in the MTV series The Lyricist Lounge Show, a hip-hop variety series mixing music, dramatic sketches, and comedic skits. Tracee Ellis Ross landed the lead role in the hit UPN/CW series Girlfriends in which she starred as the show’s main protagonist Joan Carol Clayton — a successful (and often neurotic) lawyer looking for love, challenges, and adventure. The series centered on four (later three) young African-American women, and their male best friend. In 2007, Ross won an NAACP Image Award in the category, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on the series. She won a second Image Award for the role in 2009. In 2007, Tracee Ellis Ross starred with her brother Evan Ross and Queen Latifah in the HBO movie Life Support. That same year, she appeared in the Tyler Perry theatrical movie, Daddy’s Little Girls. She appeared in the 2009 film Labor Pains. In 2010, she appeared in an episode of Private Practice as a pregnant doctor. In 2011, Tracee Ellis Ross appeared in four episodes of CSI as the estranged wife of Laurence Fishburne’s character. Tracee Ellis Ross starred in the sitcom, Reed Between the Lines, with Malcolm-Jamal Warner airing on BET starting in October 2011. In August 2012, it was announced that Tracee Ellis Ross would not return for Season Two. In 2011, she appeared in the Lifetime film Five. In 2012, Tracee Ellis Ross starred in the NBC drama pilot Bad Girls. In 2014, Tracee Ellis Ross was cast in the ABC comedy series, Black-ish, opposite Anthony Anderson.

Actress Tracee Ellis Ross and television female chef Carla Hall are celebrity twins or famous people who look alike. Actress Tracee Ellis Ross and television female Chef Carla Hall have the same slim-slender body figure, they both wear glasses. They also have light brown skin with curly hair with strikingly similar features. Do not get mixed up and think actress Tracee Ellis Ross is on The Chew or vice vera.


actresses who look like twins but are not

On the left is right is Natalia Cigliuti while on the right is Anna Colwell.

Natalia Cigliuti was born on 6th September 1978. Her nickname is Tali. She is  5′ 6″ (1.68 m) tall. She is an American actress. Natalia Cigliuti  is best known for her role as Lindsay Warner on Saved by the Bell: The New Class and as Anita Santos Warner on the soap opera All My Children. Natalia Cigliuti is a native of Uruguay, she spent her young childhood in the small South American country before coming to New York as a first generation American. A native Spanish speaker, she learned English in school, and was later discovered by a talent agent at her school’s fashion show. The Raising the Bar star, originally of Saved By the Bell: The New Class, Odd Man Out, and 90210 fame, has been featured in prominent Spanish magazines such as Estylo and the cover of Latino Future. She returns to Uruguay to visit her family every year and still enjoys speaking Spanish with her parents and older sister, with plans to teach her son, Kaden, the language, as well. She gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a son Kaden Robert Rizzo on July 2, 2005. Natalia Cigliuti child’s father is her husband, Rob Rizzo. Natalia Cigliuti married Rob Rizzo in 2004 but in 2013 it was revealed that they had gotten a divorce. Natalia Cigliuti started her acting career at the age of 14 after a local talent agency discovered her at a fashion show. At the age of 15, she landed her first series, playing the role of Lindsay Warner on Saved by the Bell: The New Class. This led to other television work, including a starring role on Pacific Palisades, Beverly Hills, 90210, Odd Man Out, The Random Years and numerous guest star appearances on programs such as CSI.Natalia Cigliuti joined the cast of the All My Children in February 2004, playing the role of Anita Santos. In March 2006, she was let go from AMC after only two years due to her declining storyline. She last aired on April 12. She appeared in the TNT series Raising the Bar as Roberta “Bobbi” Gilardi. She had a recurring role as Detective Sam Harper on the A&E’s The Glades in 2011. Natalia Cigliuti lives in New York, Rhode Island and California. She speaks fluent Spanish.

Anna Colwell is an American actress, model, and TV host.  She has co-hosted shows on TBS, starred in countless commercials and appeared in numerous feature films and TV shows. Anna Colwell names is sometimes misspell Anna Coldwell and Anna Colewell. Anna Colwell is based out of Atlanta where she was born and raised in the metro Atlanta area, where she still resides today, but has worked all over the country. When Anna Colwell was 5-years-old, she decided randomly that she wanted to be an actress. Considering the fact that no one else in her family was in the business and they lived in Atlanta, Georgia, it was pretty shocking for her parents to hear, but they were supportive and helped her take the first steps towards her dream. Anna Colwell began modeling at the age of 10 and began working in commercials soon after. She has been very fortunate to shoot with some of the world’s biggest companies including Coca-Cola, TBS, BMW, Corona, TLC, among others. Notably, an NFL commercial she shot 2010 was particularly well received and built her profile up among football fans. Anna Colwell has had landed roles on the TV shows The Game (as Tia Mowry’s character’s sidekick Brynn), Necessary Roughness, Drop Dead Diva, and Single Ladies. Anna Colwell has a rescue cat, Roxie, and is an animal lover who hopes to one day start her own no-kill shelter. Her hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, fashion, food, and watching football. She played soccer for 12 years. Anna Colwell stands at height 5′ 9″ (1.75 m).

Actresses Natalia Cigliuti and Anna Colwell famous twin look alikes. They have South American features. Both these women have long black hair and brown eyes.

Black entertainers who look alike

On the left is rapper Yo Gotti and on the right is R&B singer Michael Bivins.

Michael Bivins was born Michael Lamont Bivins on August 10th 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was born to Shirley and Gerard Bivins and also had a sister whose name was Tanya. Michael Bivins is 5’6″ tall in height. He is married to Teasha Bivins they have a son Michael Bivins, Jr. He has seven children in all. The other six with other women. Some of his associates call him Biv as a nickname some people also call him Mike Biv. He is the founder and member of the R&B group New Edition since 1978, and the R&B/hip hop group Bell Biv DeVoe since 1989.The group New Edition formed in 1978 and released their first studio album, “Candy Girl”, in 1983. They gained popularity for hit singles such as “Candy Girl”, “Telephone Man”, “and Cool It Now”. The band split up in 1989 and didn’t reunite until 1996; New Edition released seven studio albums from 1983 until 2004 and is credited with paving the way for pop boy bands of the ’90s, including New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys.When the group New Edition broke up Michael Bivins formed Bell Biv DeVoe with two other members of New Edition. They pioneered New Jack Swing and dominated the charts with their album Poison (album). Their album Poison was part of the New Jack Swing movement and climbed to number five on the Billboard charts with more than four million copies sold. Bivins later became a manager and producer, working with acts such as Boyz II Men, MC Brains, and 702. He’s also carved out an acting career with appearances on “Friday After Next”, “Apollo Live”, “Crossover”, and the video game “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas”. He has been credited as a writer on several TV and movie soundtracks, including “Beverly Hills, 90210″, “Full House”, “40 Days and 40 Nights”, “Tropic Thunder”, and “Community”. He also discovers, manages, and produces for other acts, most notably Another Bad Creation, MC Brains, Boyz II Men, and 702, all of whom were signed to his Motown distributed label Biv 10 Records. He serves as the music entrepreneur and A&R man of both of his own acts. Michael Bivins had a minor role in the film Friday After Next, and guest-starred as a DJ on the pseudo-radio station CSR 103.9 in the hit video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Most recently, he made an appearance in the basketball film Crossover as a character known as Heart Attack. He is also in charge of Artist Development for Making the Band 4. He is CEO of his own label Sporty Rich Enterprises. He is a judge on the Centric TV version of Showtime at the Apollo called Apollo Live. It premiered Fall 2012 on Centric. Michael Bivins is responsible for the single “Fresh” (Featuring Clipse & Lil’ Kim). Michael Bivins has a net worth of $40 million dollars. His extremely professional attitude helped him gain success. In fact, it was once heard that he also gave a telephonic interview to the media when he was down with chicken pox. SportyRich Enterprises, founder is Michael Bivins a.k.a. SportyRich. SPORTYRICH ENTERPRISES is the new Record Label and Production Company of Michael Bivins (aka SportyRich). In the early 90’s, Bivins formed a very successful record label and production company called BIV Entertainment/BIV 10 Records and introduced The East Coast Family, that turned out chart topping acts such as A. B. C. (which stands for Another Bad Creation) and America’s most successful R&B group of all time; BOYZ II MEN.(Boyz II Men received the 2,456th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for having sold more than 60 million albums worldwide). First up in 2014, is the BEANO BOYZ CREW on the SportyRich Record Label.  SportyRich Enterprises encourages others to live the “SportyRich Lifestyle” of music, fashion and entertainment. More information about Michale Bivins SportyRich Enterprises can be found at www.sportyrich.com.

Yo Gotti was born Mario Mims on  May 19th 1981 in the northern side of Memphis, Tennessee, USA. He is an American rapper, Hip Hop artist and entrepreneur. Yo Gotti is 5′ 7″ feet tall in height. In 2000, Yo Gotti released his debut album From Da Dope Game 2 Da Rap Game. He went on to release Self-Explanatory (2001), Life (2003), Back 2 da Basics (2006), Live from the Kitchen (2012) and I Am (2013). Yo Gotti grew up in the Ridgecrest apartments of Frayser, Memphis. He began his music career around the age of 14, rapping as Lil Yo, affiliated with DJ Sound and his crew. Between 2000 and 2006, Yo Gotti released a string of independent albums. From Da Dope Game 2 Da Rap Game (2000), Self-Explanatory (2001), Life (2003) and Back 2 da Basics (2006). After several delays Yo Gotti released his major label debut studio album “Live From The Kitchen” on January 10, 2012. The album’s original first single was titled “5 Star” and it was released on May 20, 2009. The single peaked at 79 on the Hot 100, 19 on U.S R&B and 11 on U.S Rap. “Women Lie, Men Lie” featuring Lil Wayne the album’s second single was released on December 11, 2009. The song peaked at 81 on 100, 22 on the U.S R&B and 12 on the U.S Rap. “Look In the Mirror” was the third single released 7 months after the second single on July 27, 2010. The song peaked at 97 on the U.S R&B chart. Live From The Kitchen debuted at number 12 on the US Billboard 200, with 16,000 copies sold in its first week of sales in the United States. After three weeks on the chart the album has sold 36,000 copies in the United States. In 2012 due to Gotti’s views of the low sales of his debut album he took his departure from RCA Records & Polo Grounds Music. On October 17, 2012, he released the 7th version of his well known mixtape series Cocaine Muzik entitled Cocaine Muzik 7: The World Is Yours. In early 2013, Yo Gotti announced that he and his label CMG had been signed to a distribution deal with Epic Records from longtime business partner L.A. Reid. On May 28, 2013, Yo Gotti announced that his sixth studio album would be titled I Am. The first single from his sixth studio album I Am is titled “Act Right” and features Young Jeezy and YG. The song debuted at #5 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and at #39 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. As of September 21, it has peaked at #100 on the Hot 100, making it Yo Gotti and YG’s third Hot 100 entry, #33 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and at #24 on the Rap Songs chart. In July 2013, it was announced that the album would be released on November 19, 2013. On August 22, 2013, he announced the I Am Tour Dates, a tour in promotion of I Am which ran from September 14, 2013, until November 19, 2013, with supporting acts including YG, Zed Zilla, Shy Glizzy and Cash Out. On September 2, 2013, Yo Gotti released the mixtape Nov 19th: The Mixtape in promotion for the album. On October 7, 2013, the album’s second official single “King Shit” featuring T.I. was released to mainstream urban radio in the United States. On October 15, 2013, the music video for “King Shit” featuring T.I. was released. “King Shit” has since peaked at five on the US Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. On October 27, 2013, Yo Gotti premiered the album’s third single, “Cold Blood” featuring rapper J. Cole and Canei Finch. Collective Music Group also known as CMG is a record label founded by Yo Gotti in 2013 is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Collective Music Group is apart if the Sony Music Entertainment and distributor for Epic Records. Currently the label has three signed artists which include Snootie Wild, Wave Chappele, Zed Zillaand and the CEO himself Yo Gotti. CMG used to stand for Cocaine Muzik Group, however Yo Gotti changed the title because he felt like Cocaine Muzik Group was more an underground street name. Collective Musik Group would according to him would be a better title for future artists to get signed to the label. The label’s first official release was Yo Gotti‘s sixth studio album I Am. The label released one collective project including every signed artist titled Chapter One in 2014. There was some controversy between Yo Gotti and Gucci Mane. A dispute between Gotti and frequent collaborator Gucci Mane began on October 17, 2012, when he was releasing his mixtape CM7: The World Is Yours on the same day as Gucci’s mixtape Trap God. According to Gucci Mane whose real name Radric Davis, Gucci Mane stated in an interview with Hot 107.9 was quoted syaing, “My main problem with him was that he dropped his mixtape on 10/17 (the name of Gucci Mane’s record label, 1017 Bricksquad), and tried to like ride my wave, like he was an artist of mine or we get some kind of money together.” Yo Gotti denied in another interview with K97 New York that he chose the date intentionally, but simply did not realize it. Yo Gotti appeared in Take Me to the River (II) which premiered on 11th March 2014 which is a Music Documentary. Yo Gotti is married to Lakeisha Mims they have 2 children together. One of Yo Gotti`s personal quotes is on playing the historic Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, 2013, was “I booked the theater myself because it was my birthday and I do something big in the city every time. Everybody was like, ‘They don’t do rap there. They don’t do rap there’. And they don’t do this and they don’t do that. I have the type of attitude where if I’m wanting to achieve something, I don’t believe in not trying. It took a lot of work but we got it done.”

Michael Bivins and Yo Gotti are famous people that look alike. They have the same stature, the same color brown skin, similar features and a strong work ethic.


Who does Isiah Thomas of Detriot Bad Boy Pistons look like

On the left is Jermaine Jackson and on the right is Isiah Thomas.

Jermaine Jackson was born Jermaine La Jaune Jackson on December 11th 1954 in Gary, Indiana. He is an American singer, bass guitarist, composer, member of The Jackson 5, occasional film director and older brother to the famous singer Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. He also produced and recorded duets with American singer Whitney Houston in her early years as a recording artist and was a producer for Bobby DeBarge’s band Switch. Jermaine Jackson is the fourth child of Joseph “Joe” and Katherine Jackson. His siblings are Rebbie, Jackie, Tito, La Toya, Marlon, Michael, Randy, and Janet Jackson. Him and his older brothers would often play instruments and sing in their spare time. One night, after his brother Tito accidentally broke a string on his father’s instrument, the trio (Jackie, Tito and Jermaine Jackson) had to own up to their late night practicing. Joe, out of anger, made the boys demonstrate their musicianship. Impressed, he recognized the boys’ potential and began encouraging them to perform as a group. Jermaine and his two older brothers began The Jackson Brothers in 1964. By the end of 1965, Jermaine’s younger brothers Marlon and Michael had also joined, creating The Jackson 5.He was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness by his devout mother, but he converted to Islam in 1989 after a trip to Bahrain. Jermaine was the original lead singer of the Jackson Brothers—an earlier incarnation of The Jackson Five—until 1966, when younger brother Michael began singing lead. Jermaine would continue to provide some leads over the years. Jermaine graduated from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California in 1973. As part of the The Jackson 5, Jermaine and his brothers first signed with Gordon Keith of Steeltown Records (The Jackson Five) in 1967 and then Berry Gordy of Motown Records (The Jackson 5) in 1969. As the co-lead singer of The Jackson 5 after his brother Michael, Jermaine sang notable parts of “I Want You Back”, “I’ll Be There”, “The Love You Save”,”Dancing Machine”, and many other Jackson 5 songs. In 1975, after performing for six years with his brothers, Jermaine split from the Jackson 5 to continue his solo career at Motown Records, while the other Jackson brothers left to sign with Epic Records. In 1983, he reunited with his brothers for the Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever television special. After the success of the broadcast, he rejoined the band to record the album Victory and participated in the Victory Tour. He stayed with the group for their final album, 2300 Jackson Street, in 1990. In 2001, he reunited with his brothers to perform for the 30th Anniversary Special. Jermaine Jackson began a solo career while still a member of The Jackson 5, and had a hit with the 1972 Shep and the Limelites cover “Daddy’s Home”. It sold over one million copies by March 1973, and was awarded a gold disc. When The Jackson 5 left Motown, Jermaine left the group and stayed at Motown, as he had married Hazel Gordy, and Motown head Berry Gordy was his father-in-law. In 2009, Jermaine claimed on the family reality series The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, it was because “Motown was gonna make us like the Beatles. We were the Jackson 5 and that’s all I wanted.” Jermaine Jackson was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for his 1980 album Let’s Get Serious. He had a number of Billboard Top 30 hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including “Daddy’s Home” (#9), “That’s How Love Goes”, “Let’s Be Young Tonight”, “Bass Odyssey”, “Feel the Fire”, “Let Me Tickle Your Fancy” (featuring Devo on backing vocals) (#18), “Let’s Get Serious” (#9, also one of his only two UK hits, peaking at #8), “Dynamite” (#15), “Do What You Do” (#13), and “I Think It’s Love” (#16). A duet with his brother Michael, “Tell Me I’m Not Dreamin’ (Too Good to Be True)”, hit No. 1 on the dance chart in 1984. He and Michael also collaborated with Rockwell, both providing guest vocals on his 1984 hit single, “Somebody’s Watching Me”. In 1985, his duet with Pia Zadora, “When the Rain Begins to Fall”, topped several singles charts in Europe. His final chart success, 1989’s “Don’t Take It Personal”, hit (#1) on the Billboard R&B singles chart. Some of Jermaine’s finest moments as a singer can be heard in the soulful “Castle of Sand” and the Earth Wind & Fire-inspired “You Need To Be Loved”. Jermaine Jackson is proficient on the electric guitar and is a talented bass guitar player. At an early age he performed the parts of legendary bass player James Jamerson, etc., when J5 (Jackson Five) performed live. Jermaine Jackson also composed and produced for other artists, such as Switch, and he produced and sang a couple of duets on Whitney Houston’s debut album on Arista Records. In 1992, he produced The Jacksons: An American Dream, an award-winning and highly rated miniseries about the history of The Jackson 5. Jermaine Jr. portrayed his father as a young teenager in the miniseries. Jermaine Jackson appaeared on Reality television on the show of Celebrity Big Brother. Jermaine Jackson was the first housemate to enter the Celebrity Big Brother UK house in 2007. He steered clear of the controversy caused by the series, avoiding confrontation and offering moral support to fellow housemate Shilpa Shetty against alleged bullying from fellow housemates Jade Goody, Jo O’Meara, and Danielle Lloyd. He was often considered to be the most stable-minded in the house. During a task in the Big Brother house, the housemates had to create a tribute band for The Jackson 5. The performance of “I Want You Back” helped put The Jackson 5 back in the UK charts at #53.[citation needed] The final three consisted of Dirk Benedict, Jackson, and Shetty. After leaving Big Brother,[5] Jackson did several interviews on UK television, stating why and how he took his peaceful and mediating stance in the Big Brother house. He also spoke about the Jackson 5 reuniting for a performance. On December 15, 1973, Jermaine Jackson married Hazel Joy Gordy, who is the daughter of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy. The couple had three children together: Jermaine La Jaune “Jay” Jackson, Jr. (born January 27, 1977), Autumn Joi Jackson (born July 10, 1978), and Jaimy Jermaine Jackson (born March 17, 1987). Jermaine Jackson had a relationship beginning in 1986 with Margaret Maldonado during his marriage to Hazel. After his divorce from Gordy in 1988, Jackson began living with Maldonado, and he had two children with her: Jeremy Maldonado Jackson (born December 26, 1986) and Jourdynn Michael Jackson (born January 5, 1989). After separating from Maldonado, Jeramine Jackson began a relationship with Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza. (She had two children with his brother, Randy, daughter Genevieve and son Steven, Jr.) Oaziaza had two sons with Jermaine: Jaafar Jeremiah Jackson (born July 25, 1996), and Jermajesty Jackson (born October 3, 2000). Jackson and Oaziaza divorced in 2003. Jermaine Jackson met Halima Rashid, a wealthy Afghan native, while in line at Starbucks in January 2004. In March 2004, he proposed to her, and in August 2004 they got married in a mosque in Los Angeles, where they currently live. In all, Jermaine Jackson has seven children: three with his first wife Hazel, two with Margaret, and two with his second wife Alejandra. In 1989, after a trip to Bahrain, Jermaine Jackson converted to Islam. On November 6, 2012, Jackson filed a name change petition in Los Angeles, from Jermaine Jackson to Jermaine Jacksun, stating the switch was for “artistic reasons”. His last name officially became Jacksun on February 22, 2013.

Isiah Thomas was born Isiah Thomas III on April 30th 1961 in Chicago, Illinois. He was nicknamed “Zeke”. He is a retired American basketball player who played professionally for the Detroit Pistons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 12-time NBA All-Star was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Thomas has also been a professional and collegiate head coach, a basketball executive, and a broadcaster. He was the youngest of nine brothers and sisters. Isiah Thomas commuted from Chicago’s west side North Lawndale neighborhood to play high school basketball at St. Joseph High School in Westchester, Illinois for Gene Pingatore. He would wake up at 5:00 am and commute 90 minutes to attend the private school. During his junior year, he led St. Joseph to the State Finals and was considered one of the top college prospects in the country. Isiah Thomas played collegiately for the Indiana Hoosiers. He went on to play professionally as point guard for the Pistons from 1981 until 1994 and led the “Bad Boys” to NBA championships in the 1988–89 and 1989–90 seasons. After his playing career, he was an executive with the Toronto Raptors, a television commentator, an executive with the Continental Basketball Association, head coach of the Indiana Pacers, and an executive and head coach for the New York Knicks. He was later the men’s basketball coach for the Florida International University (FIU) Golden Panthers for three seasons from 2009 to 2012. Isiah Thomas was recruited to play college basketball for Bob Knight and the Indiana Hoosiers. Although he received mail saying Knight tied up his players and beat them, he did not believe the rumors. When Knight visited the Thomas home, one of Isiah’s brothers, who wanted him to attend DePaul, embarrassed him by insulting the Indiana coach and engaging him in a shouting match. Nevertheless, Thomas chose Knight and Indiana because he felt that getting away to Bloomington would be good for him, as would be Knight’s discipline. Isiah Thomas quickly had to adjust to Bob Knight’s disciplinarian style. At the 1979 Pan American Games in Puerto Rico Knight got so mad at Thomas he threatened to put him on a plane home. Knight recalled yelling at the freshman-to-be, “You ought to go to DePaul, Isiah, because you sure as hell aren’t going to be an Indiana player playing like that.” Prior to the start of his freshman year, the 1979-80 season, Knight became so upset with Thomas that he kicked him out of a practice. According to Thomas, Knight was making a point that no player, no “matter how talented, is bigger than Knight’s philosophy.” However, Isiah Thomas quickly proved his skills as a player and became a favorite with both Knight and Indiana fans. His superior abilities eventually would cause Knight to adjust his coaching style. Fans would display bed sheets with quotations from the Book of Isaiah (“And a little child shall lead them”) and nicknamed him “Mr. Wonderful.” Because of Isiah Thomas‘ relatively short stature at 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m), Coach Knight would call Thomas “Pee Wee”. Isiah Thomas and Mike Woodson led the Hoosiers to the Big Ten championship and advanced to the 1980 Sweet Sixteen. The following year, the 1980-81 season, Bob Knight made Isiah Thomas the captain and told him to run the show on the floor. Isiah Thomas responded so positively that, as the season unfolded, Bob Knight and Isiah Thomas grew as friends. When a Purdue player took a cheap shot at Isiah Thomas in a game at Bloomington, Bob Knight called a press conference to defend his star. And 19 days later, when Isiah Thomas hit an Iowa player and was ejected from a game, Bob Knight refused to criticize his player Isiah Thomas. That year Isiah Thomas and the Hoosiers once again won a conference title and won the 1981 NCAA tournament, the school’s fourth national title. He earned the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award. Following his sophomore season and the Hoosiers’ national championship, Isiah Thomas made himself eligible for the NBA Draft. During his NBA career Isiah “Zeke” Thomas was one of the greatest “small men” ever to play professional basketball. His only peer at point guard in the NBA during the 1980s was the Lakers’ Earvin “Magic” Johnson, who at 6-9 brought unique physical skills to the position. Isiah Thomas retired as Detroit’s all-time leader in points, assists, steals and games. Isiah Thomas, who stood barely over 6-feet, was in his day the grittiest performer to play the position, a feisty competitor who offered no quarter and expected none in return. Like Johnson, he possessed the skill and determination to take over a game at will. Isiah Thomas helped build a last-place Detroit Pistons team into back-to-back NBA champions in the late 1980s. His sunny smile belied an inner toughness that made him a key member of a scrappy, physical group of players dubbed the “Bad Boys” of Detroit. “I call him the baby-faced assassin,” an opposing coach once told the Charlotte Observer, “because he smiles at you, then cuts you down.” Like many of his teammates, Isiah Thomas was tempestuous, edgy, vocal and not opposed to balling up his fist when he felt the need. And he knew how to handle pain; he often played with injuries resulting from his rough-and-tumble style. After retiring, Isiah Thomas became part owner and Executive Vice President for the expansion Toronto Raptors in 1994. In 1998, he left the organization after a dispute with new management over the franchise’s direction and his future responsibilities. During his four-year tenure with the team, the Raptors drafted Damon Stoudamire, Marcus Camby, and high schooler Tracy McGrady. After leaving the Raptors, Isiah Thomas became a television commentator (first as the lead game analyst with play-by-play man Bob Costas and then as part of the studio team) for the NBA on NBC. Thomas also worked a three-man booth with Costas and Doug Collins. Isiah Thomas became the owner of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) from 1998 to 2000. Isiah Thomas purchased the CBA for $10 million, and in 2001 the league was forced into bankruptcy and folded, shortly after NBA Commissioner David Stern decided to create his own development league, the NBDL, to replace the CBA. Many CBA managers blamed Thomas for the league’s failure, citing mismanagement and out-of-control spending on his part. At the time of the league’s collapse the managing of the CBA was in a blind trust, due to Thomas’ position as head coach of the Indiana Pacers. From 2000 to 2003, Isiah Thomas coached the Indiana Pacers, succeeding Larry Bird, who previously coached the Pacers to the Eastern Conference title. Thomas attempted to bring up young talents such as Jermaine O’Neal, Jamaal Tinsley, Al Harrington, and Jeff Foster. However, under Thomas the Pacers were not able to stay at the elite level as they went through the transition from a veteran-dominated, playoff-experienced team to a younger, less experienced team. In Thomas’s first two seasons with the Pacers, the team was eliminated in the first round by the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Nets, both of whom eventually made the NBA Finals. In his last year with the Pacers, Isiah Thomas guided the Pacers to a 48–34 record in the regular season and coached the Eastern Conference team at the 2003 NBA All-Star Game. As the third seed, the Pacers were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by the sixth-seeded Boston Celtics. With blossoming talents such as Jermaine O’Neal, Brad Miller, Ron Artest, Al Harrington and Jamaal Tinsley, along with the veteran leadership of Reggie Miller, the perception existed that the Pacers’ unfulfilled potential stemmed from Thomas’ inexperience as a coach. In the offseason, Larry Bird returned to the Pacers as President of Basketball Operations, and his first act was to replace Thomas with Rick Carlisle. In 2000, Isiah Thomas was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. On December 22, 2003, the New York Knicks hired Isiah Thomas as President of Basketball Operations. He was ultimately unsuccessful with the Knicks roster and fanbase. At the end of the 2005–06 season, the Knicks had the highest payroll in the league and the second-worst record. He traded away several future draft picks to Chicago in a deal for Eddy Curry including what turned out to be two lottery picks in talent-rich drafts. A press conference for Isiah Thomas at the U.S. Century Bank Arena at Florida International University in Miami. On June 22, 2006, the Knicks fired coach Larry Brown, and owner James Dolan replaced him with Isiah Thomas under the condition that he show “evident progress” or be fired. During the following season the Knicks became embroiled in a brawl with the Denver Nuggets, which Isiah Thomas allegedly instigated by ordering his players to commit a hard foul in the paint.[12] However, he was not fined or suspended. NBA Commissioner David Stern said that he only relied on “definitive information” when handing out punishments. Later in the season, nine months after James Dolan demanded “evident progress”, the Knicks re-signed Thomas to an undisclosed “multi-year” contract. After he was granted the extension, the Knicks abruptly fell from playoff contention with a dismal finish to the season. During the 2007 Draft, Isiah Thomas made another trade by acquiring Zach Randolph, Fred Jones, and Dan Dickau from the Portland Trail Blazers for Steve Francis and Channing Frye. Isiah Thomas also compounded the Knicks’ salary cap problems by signing fringe players such as Jerome James and Jared Jeffries to full mid-level exception contracts. Neither player saw any significant playing time and both were often injured and highly ineffective when able to play. Despite the constant criticism that he received from Knicks fans, Isiah Thomas maintained that he had no intention of leaving until he turned the team around and he predicted that he would lead the Knicks to a championship, stating that his goal was to leave behind a “championship legacy” with the Knicks, just as he had done for the Detroit Pistons. This prediction was met with widespread skepticism. On April 2, 2008, Donnie Walsh was introduced to replace Isiah Thomas as President of Basketball Operations for the Knicks. Walsh would not comment definitively on whether or not Isiah Thomas would be retained in any capacity at the time of his hiring. One night after the Knicks tied a franchise record of 59 losses and ended their season, news broke that in talks with Walsh the week before, Isiah Thomas had been told he would not return as Knicks head coach the following season. He was officially “reassigned” on April 18 “after a season of listless and dreadful basketball, a tawdry lawsuit and unending chants from fans demanding his dismissal.” Isiah Thomas posted an overall winning percentage of .341 as head coach of the Knicks, fifth lowest in team history. As part of the reassignment agreement, he was to serve as a consultant to the team, reporting directly to Walsh. However, he was banned from having contact with any Knicks’ players under the rationale that he could willingly or unwillingly undermine the new head coach. On December 19, 2012, NBA TV announced that Isiah Thomas would begin work on December 21, 2012 as a member of the studio analyst panel. It was also announced that Thomas would become a regular contributor for NBA.com.

Famous twin look alikes Jermaine Jackson vs Isiah Thomas. Jermaine Jackson and Isiah Thomashave a very close in resemblance.

Judy Marte & Amy Smart celeb look alikes

On the left is Judy Marte and on the right is Amy Smart.

Judy Marte was born on April 12th 1983 in New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Raising Victor Vargas (2002), On the Outs (2004) and Maria My Love (2011).

Amy Smart  was born Amy Lysle Smart on March 26th 1976 in Topanga, California. She is an American actress and former fashion model listed at 5’6″. Amy Smart studied ballet for ten years. While modelling in Italy, Amy Smart met fellow model Ali Larter[5] and the two “became instant friends”, according to Larter. In Los Angeles, the two took acting classes together.[5] After appearing in the video for The Lemonheads’ ‘It’s About Time’ in 1993, Amy Smart’s first film role was in director Martin Kunert’s film Campfire Tales, followed by a small role as Queenie in the 1996 rendition of John Updike’s short story, “A&P”.[7] She had a minor role in the 1997 film Starship Troopers as the co-pilot for (and friend of) Carmen Ibanez (Denise Richards). She had a starring role in the mini-series The 70s, playing a young woman from Ohio. In 1999, Amy Smart played the girlfriend of a popular American football player (played by James Van Der Beek) in the film Varsity Blues, re-uniting her with Larter.[8] Also in 1999 she gave a strong performance in the film Outside Providence. Amy Smart first major roles was in the 1999 hit teen films Varsity Blues (1999) and Outside Providence (1999). With her blonde, carefree California girl good looks, the Los Angeles native got her start in TV-movies and made her feature debut in Stephen Kay’s The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997) screened at 1997’s Sundance Film Festival alongside Keanu Reeves. She was briefly seen in Paul Verhoeven’s big-budget sci-fi actioner Starship Troopers (1997) with actor Casper Van Dien and had an impressive turn in the vastly different, quirkily independent How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998). In the latter, she played Dot, the graceful golden girl who seduces the one-time boyfriend of her sister, the troubled protagonist Bell (Clea DuVall). The by-the-numbers horror film Campfire Tales (1997) followed in 1997, along with the topically chilling but clumsily executed internet stalker thriller, Dee Snider’s Strangeland (1998), written, produced and starring the titular Twisted Sister frontman as a deranged torturer who meets his victims in web chatrooms. Amy reached her widest audience with a co-starring role opposite James Van Der Beek in Brian Robbins’ surprise box office hit “Varsity Blues (1999)”. The actress played Jules Harbor, a girl who longs for life beyond her small town’s high school football-obsessed culture but who, as sister of the injured star quarterback (Paul Walker) and girlfriend of his idealistic replacement (Van Der Beek), is tied to it. Her next role was that of Shawn Hatosy’s upper-class love interest in Michael Corrente’s poignant 1970s era comedy “Outside Providence (1999)”. Based on Peter Farrelly’s novel, the film followed a working-class teenaged boy (Hatosy) sent by his abrasive but loving father (Alec Baldwin) to a tony prep school after running into trouble at home. Amy Smart played a recurring character on the series Felicity from 1999 to 2001 — Ruby, a former girlfriend of Scott Foley’s character. She co-starred in the films Road Trip (2000) as Beth with Breckin Meyer as Josh. She also was seen in movies like Rat Race (2001), Starsky & Hutch (2004), and The Butterfly Effect (2004). In 2005, Amy Smart co-starred with Ryan Reynolds in the romantic comedy film Just Friends, which had a total domestic box office gross of $32,619,761, and a total worldwide box office of $50,817,598. In 2003 Amy Smart also had a small role in the American sitcom Scrubs, playing Jamie Moyer (aka “Tasty Coma Wife”), one of main character J.D.’s love interests. In 2005, Amy Smart starred as Sarah in a British independent film called The Best Man. Seth Green was her co-star. She also appeared in the 2006 film Crank, portraying the girlfriend of the lead character, Chev Chelios (played by Jason Statham). She reprised the role in the sequel, Crank: High Voltage, released in 2009. Amy Smart was a regular cast member in the short-lived 2006 CBS television series Smith. She also has voiced some of the characters in the animated series Robot Chicken, created by Seth Green. Amy Smart appeared as Joy in the 2006 movie Peaceful Warrior, starring Scott Mechlowicz and Nick Nolte. She stars as Melissa in the 2008 independent film Seventh Moon. In 2011, Amy Smart joined the Showtime drama/comedy Shameless as the recurring character Jasmine Hollander. She continues to guest star in season two, which began airing January 8, 2012. Amy Smart married Carter Oosterhouse from HGTV on September 10, 2011, in Traverse City, Michigan.

Judy Marte and Amy Smart are celebrity look alikes. They smile alike, have to same expression when happy and when angry. Judy Marte and Amy Smart are famous people that look alike.

Adult entertainer Fire look like Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams was born Wendy Joan Williams on July 18th 1964 in Neptune Township, New Jersey and raised in Monmouth County, New Jersey. She is better known by her maiden name Wendy Williams although her legal name is Wendy Hunter. She is an American media personality, actress and author. She hosts a syndicated television talk show, The Wendy Williams Show. She is nicknamed “The Queen of Radio”. She is 5′ 11″ tall. Prior to television, Wendy Williams was a “shock jockette” on several radio shows. Wendy Williams has gained notoriety for her on-air spats with celebrities. She was the subject of the 2006 VH1 reality TV series called The Wendy Williams Experience which broadcast events surrounding her radio show. Wendy Williams has written an autobiography and several other books, and has created two product lines: an apparel line with QVC called Adorn by Wendy Williams and a wig line named Wendy Williams Hair World. She attended Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, where she graduated with a B.A. in communications and was a DJ for the college radio station WRBB. In Wendy Williams‘ biography, “Wendy’s Got the Heat”, she uses the pseudonym Robert Morris III to refer to her first husband and describes him as a salesperson. Wendy Williams divorced her first husband after four months of marriage. She is currently married to Kevin Hunter, who is also her manager. They have a son also named Kevin. She has been married to Kevin Hunter since November 30, 1997. Wendy Williams began her career working for WVIS in the Virgin Islands. In 1989, she began at urban contemporary WRKS (now WEPN-FM) in New York City as a substitute disc jockey. WRKS hired her full-time for its morning show. A year later, Williams moved to an afternoon drive-time shift, eventually winning the Billboard Award for “Best On-Air Radio Personality” in 1993.[citation needed] In December 1994, Emmis Broadcasting purchased WRKS and switched Williams to the company’s other New York property, hip-hop formatted WQHT (“Hot 97”), as WRKS was reformatted into an urban adult contemporary outlet. She was fired from Hot 97 in 1998. Wendy Williams was hired by a Philadelphia urban station, WUSL (“Power 99FM”). Her husband, Kevin Hunter, became her agent. She was very open about her personal life on air, discussing her miscarriages, breast enhancement surgery, and former drug addiction, and helped the station move from 14th place in the ratings to 2nd. In 2001, Williams returned to the New York airwaves when WBLS hired her full-time for a syndicated 2–6 p.m. time slot. Wendy Williams‘ friend, MC Spice of Boston, offered his voiceover services to the show, often adding short rap verses tailored specifically for Wendy Williams‘ show. The New York Times stated that her “show works best when its elements – confessional paired with snarkiness – are conflated,” and cited a 2003 interview with Whitney Houston as an example. During the highly publicized interview that “went haywire” and included “a lot of bleeped language”, Wendy Williams “asked [Houston], insistently, about her drug and spending habits”. By 2008, she was syndicated in Redondo Beach, California; Shreveport, Louisiana; Wilmington, Delaware; Toledo, Ohio; Columbia, South Carolina; Emporia, Virginia; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Tyler, Texas; and Alexandria, Louisiana, among other markets. Wendy Williams left her radio show in 2009 to focus on her television program and spend more time with her family. She was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. On July 14, 2008, Wendy Williams debuted her daytime talk show, The Wendy Williams Show, a 6-week test run on Fox owned-and-operated stations in New York City, Dallas, Detroit, and Los Angeles, during the summer of 2008. Fox Television Stations signed a deal with syndication company Debmar-Mercury at the end of the test to broadcast the show on its station group beginning in July 2009. In addition to its broadcast syndication coverage, Black Entertainment Television (BET) picked up cable rights to The Wendy Williams Show. On April 11, 2013, Williams announced on The Wendy Williams Show she was becoming an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters. She donated items from her talk show, including a wig, a script, and “bedazzled pink microphone” to the Smithsonian Institution’s daytime television collection in 2014. Wendy Williams is also known for Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jumpoff (2009) and Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (2012). Charlamagne of The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 in New York City with DJ Envy and Angela Yee, and stars in Guy Code, Guy Court and Girl Code, VJ for The Week in Jams with DJ Envy and Sofi Green. He is a radio and TV personality and close friend of Wendy Williams. They became friends when he co-host the show The Wendy Williams Experience. That show was an American reality television series that aired on VH1 from October 20, 2006, to December 9, 2006. It chronicles Wendy Williams as she hosts her radio station on (107.5 WBLS) with Charlamagne. On the radio show, Wendy Williams spoke about gossip, fashion, celebrity news, and gave advice to callers. She also interviewed celebrities, and is noted for asking outrageous questions.On the show The Wendy Williams Experience she was deemed the shock jock a term used to describe a type of radio broadcaster or disc jockey who entertains listeners or attracts attention using humor and/or melodramatic exaggeration that a notable portion of the listening audience may find offensive.

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Latina Fire and Wendy Williams look like twins. They both are light brown caramel skin women and they have luscious lips.They are both tall women and they have small eyes a small nose and other similar features. They also wear their hair the same. Adult actress Latina Fire and talk show host Wendy Williams are famous people that look alike. We can`t say if Wendy Williams is as freaky as Latina Fire but we can say they look like celebrity twins and are famous people who look alike.