Billy Gilman - 25 (Hairless country music twink. has he done anything at all lately?)
Mark Ballas - 27 ("Dancing with the Stars" he whore muffin. Dances like he was designed for C batteries and someone shoved D's up his ass. He seems to scthupp any chick in front of him...)
Tracy McGrady - 34 (Skinny NBA superstar.)
Will Sasso - 38 ("MadTV" genius who impersonated Tony Soprano and Dennis Franz. FUNNY)
Kristin Scott Thomas - 53 (The poor man's Emma Thompson, and star of "Gosford Park" , "Life as a House","The Horse Whisperer" and "The English Patient".)
Rosanne Cash - 58 (Country singer and Johnny's daughter.)
Alfred Molina - 60 (Dr. Octopus in "Spider-Man 2", the narrow-minded mayor in "Chocolat", Salma Hayek's wandering husband in "Frida", the doctor in "Identity" . . . AND Indiana Jones' guide at the beginning of "Raiders of the Lost Ark".and in the Newly cancelled Law and Order LA)
James Cosmo - 65 (Mormont, the leader of the Night's Watch, on "Game of Thrones".
Priscilla Presley - 68 Elvis's ex-wife and Lisa Marie's mother. She WAS Jane Spencer in "The Naked Gun", "The Naked Gun 2-and-a-Half" AND "The Naked Gun 33-and-a-Third"! She als had some really bad Silicone injections)
Patti LaBelle - 69 (Soul and dance music legend behind "New Attitude", "On My Own" and "Lady Marmalade"and stir it up.)
Bob Dylan - 71 (The living example of why it's best to quit when you're on top.He realy can't sing worth shit. I"m not afraid to say so)
Tommy Chong - 75 (In 2003, the DEA arrested 55 people for selling marijuana bongs and pipes. Chong, the only famous one, was also the only one to do time. ATTICA!!!)
GENE ANTHONY RAY - Would have been 51 - (1962 - 2003) (Leroy Johnson on "Fame". He died from a stroke at age 41 and was HIV-positive when he died.)
Heavy D - Would have been 46 - (1967 - 2011) (Chubby old school rapper behind "Now That We Found Love" AND the theme song to "In Living Color".)
1830 - A poet named Sarah Josepha Hale, of Newport, New Hampshire, published a poem called "MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB"
May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, linking Brooklyn and Manhattan, was opened to traffic.
1899 - The first auto repair shop in history opened in Boston and, we assume, instantly started ripping people off and crushing their financial stability.
1964 - On "The Ed Sullivan Show," a taped Beatles performance was played. The Beatles performed "You Can't Do That" from the set of "A Hard Day's Night."
1970 - Peter Green quit Fleetwood Mac.
1974 - On "Midnight Special," Richard Pryor was host to Olivia Newton-John and Boz Scaggs.
1980 - THE B-52'S spectacular song "Rock Lobster" peaked at number 56 on the Billboard charts.
1982 - Christina Samane of South Africa gave birth to the WORLD'S HEAVIEST LIVING BABY . . . a 22-pound, 8-ounce son. In 1939, a woman in Illinois passed a 29-POUNDER through her formerly-tight lady passage, but it died two hours later
1986 - Garth Brooks and Sandy Mahl were married. HTEY ARE D I V O R C E D now.
1986 - Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, and Peter Tork reunited as the Monkees. They kicked off their reunion tour at the Concord Hotel, in New York's Catskills Mountains.
1989 - The Mavis Staples album "Time Waits For No One" was released.
1989 - "Weird Al" Yankovic recorded "Generic Blues," "Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota," "Hot Rocks Polka," "Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters," and "Spam." The five tracks all appeared on the soundtrack to his film "UHF."
1990 - Axl Rose and Erin Everly filed for divorce. They had been married for less than a month. ahh the sanctity of Marriage.
1990 - As a response to the MILLI VANILLI lip-synching scandal, the New Jersey legislature proposed a bill that would REQUIRE MUSIC VENUES TO NOTIFY AUDIENCES WHEN AN ACT LIP-SYNCHS. The bill didn't pass.
1994 Four men convicted of bombing New York's World Trade Center in 1993 were each sentenced to 240 years in prison.
1998 - The first Native American Music Awards took place at the Fox Theater at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CN.
1999 - David Bowie wrote and recorded the song "What's Really Happening" during a live Webcast. The song appeared on the album "hours."
2000 - Chuck D testified to the U.S. Congress about the benefits of Napster and online music distribution.
2000 - Puff Daddy settled the last lawsuit that had arisen from a 1991 stampede at a New York charity event.
2001 Democrats gained control of the U.S. Senate for the first time since 1994 when Sen. James Jeffords of Vermont left the Republican Party and declared himself an independent. and even with all that power..the numb nuts still manage to NOT have a back bone and fight back the GOP
This what REAL stars do.. and why this Woman is DAME Helen...
A young British boy who was recently given a matter of weeks to live wished more than anything to meet the Queen of England. When a visit with the real Queen proved impossible, actress Helen Mirren stepped in to give him the next best thing.
The National Children’s Tumour Leukaemia Cancer Trust was able to arrange for a visit with Dame Helen Mirren, who is currently playing the Queen in her West End play 'The Audience.'
Joan Collins - 80 Old classy gawgeous fabulous broad. we love her!
Lane Garrison - 33 (The former "Prison Break" actor who decided to drink and drive while partying with some teenagers, resulting in the death of a 17-year-old boy. he got paroled and is supposedly doing well.)
Ken Jennings - 39 (The adorably nerdy Mormon guy who won 74 straight episodes of "Jeopardy!", earning himself more than $3 MILLION. He cama back and got his ass Whooped by a Computer.)
Maxwell - 40 (Incredibly talented, and alledged well-hung Nubian crooner.)
Karen Duffy - 52 (Former MTV vee-jay, and Revlon chick.)
Drew Carey - 55 (Clevelander who took over for BOB barker)
Mitch Albom - 55 (Detroit sportswriter who's made a fortune from his books "Tuesdays with Morrie" and "The Five People You Meet in Heaven".
Marvelous Marvin Hagler - 59 (He legally added the "Marvelous" to his name.) (Incredible World Middleweight Boxing Champion from 1980-87.)
Lauren Chapin - 68 (She played "Kitten" on "Father Knows Best". Her life went to crap after "Father Knows Best" She had an alcoholic mother, her own father molested her, she married and had eight miscarriages, then divorced and got hooked on heroin by a new boyfriend who forced her into prostitution . . . all by the time she was 18.She got her act together in the '70s and is now resting comfortably under the Rock of Obscurity.
SCATMAN CROTHERS - (1910 - 1986) (Louie Wilson on "Chico & The Man"; Dick Hallorann in "The Shining"; and the voice of Hong Kong Phooey!)
Franz Anton Mesmer - (1734 - 1815) (Hypnosis pioneer. The word "mesmerized" comes from his name.)
1785 - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN wrote a letter describing his newest invention BIFOCALS.He said it would now be unnecessary for people to carry two pairs of spectacles And now we have progressives>
1922 - "Daylight Saving Time" was debated in the first debate ever to be heard on radio in Washington, DC.
1934 - Bank robbers BONNIE & CLYDE were shot to death by Texas and Louisiana state troopers near Gibsland, Louisiana.(CLYDE BARROW was shot 27 times and BONNIE PARKER was shot 50 times after the officers opened fire on their stolen car without warning. Bonnie and Clyde'sbank robbing spree had resulted in 13 murders.)
1937 - Industrialist John D. Rockefeller died.
1938 - "LIFE" magazine’s cover pictured Errol Flynn as a glamour boy.
1964 - Ella Fitzgerald's cover of the Beatles' "Can't Buy Me Love" hit #34 in the U.K. She was the first artist to chart in the U.K. with a Beatles cover.
1979 - Tom Petty filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
1984 - "Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom" was released.
1994 - "Pulp Fiction" won the "Golden Palm" for best film at the 47th Cannes Film Festival.
1995 - The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was demolished.
1998 - Hanson sold out in less than 20 minutes in the Detroit market for a June 29 show at the Pine Knob Amphitheatre.
1999 - In Kansas City, MO, Owen Hart (Blue Blazer) died when he fell 90 feet while being lowered into a WWF wrestling ring. He was 33 years old.
1999 - Gerry Bloch, at age 81, became the oldest climber to scale El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. He broke his own record that he set in 1986 when he was 68 years old.
Apolo Ohno - 31 (Olympic speedskater. He won gold medals in both the 2002 and 2006 Olympics . . . he did win the fourth season of "Dancing With the Stars", so he's got that going for him.)
Ginnifer Goodwin - 35 (She played Bill Paxton's third wife on HBO's "Big Love" and was Gigi, the clueless girl, in "He's Just Not That Into You".)
Alison Eastwood - 41 (Clint's daughter who was nice enough to go naked in "Playboy" for us in 2003. She's also the minx in "Just A Little Harmless Sex".)
Anna Belknap - 41 (Cute Detective Lindsay Monroe on "CSI: New York".)
Naomi Campbell - 43 (Very Angry Nubian Supermodel who did community service for hitting her housekeeper over the head with her jewel-encrusted cell phone.)
Johnny Gill - 47 (New Edition AND solo singer. Biggest solo hit: 1990's "Rub You the Right Way". Johnny Gill used to nail Janet Jackson.)
Morrissey - 54 (Brooding asexual who was the lead singer of The Smiths.)
Bernie Taupin - 63 (Elton John's brilliant songwriting partner. Unfortunately, unlike Elton, he's totally 100% straight . . . he's currently on his fourth wife.)
Ted Kaczynski - 71 (The Unabomber. Between 1978 and 1995 he mailed out 16 bombs, killing three people and injuring 23. He's currently serving life in prison without the possibility of parole.)
Richard Benjamin, Actor, director, turns 75
Judith Crist, Film critic, turns 91
Harvey Milk - (1930 - 1978) (The first gay man to be elected to public office. In 1978, he won a seat on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors . . . 11 months later he was murdered by another city supervisor. Sean Penn played him in "Milk".and my dear Friend Dustin Lance Black won an Oscar for the screenplay.)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - (1859 - 1930) (Author and creator of Sherlock Holmes.)
1908 - The Wright brothers registered their flying machine for a U.S. patent.
1939 - Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini signed a military alliance between Germany and Italy known as the "Pact of Steel."
1955 - A scheduled dance to be headlined by Fats Domino was canceled by police in Bridgeport, Connecticut because "rock and roll dances might be featured."
1955 - Jack Benny did his last live network radio broadcast after a run of 23 years. He devoted his time fully to TV.
1967 - "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" premiered on PBS.
1967 - The final "To Tell the Truth" program was seen on CBS-TV.
1969 - A lunar module of Apollo 10 flew within nine miles of the moon's surface. The event was a rehearsal for the first lunar landing.
1972 - U.S. President Nixon became the first U.S. president to visit Russia. He met with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
1972 - The island Ceylon adopted a new constitution and became the republic of Sri Lanka.
1985 - Pete Rose passed Hank Aaron as National League run scoring leader with 2,108.
1986 - Sylvester Stallone agreed to a 10-picture, six-year deal with United Artists. He signed for a reported $15 million for each film.
1990 - Microsoft released Windows 3.0.
1992 - Johnny Carson hosted NBC's "Tonight Show" for the last time. He had been host for 30 years.
1997 - Kelly Flinn, the U.S. Air Force's first female bomber pilot certified for combat, accepted a general discharge. She thereby avoided court-martial on charges of adultery, lying and disobeying an order.
1998 - Bolivia was hit with a series of powerful earthquakes. At least 18 were killed. The quakes ranged in magnitude from 5.9 to 6.8.
1998 - New information came to light about the June 1996 bombing that killed 19 American airmen. The information indicated that Saudi citizens had been responsible and not Iranians as once believed.
1998 - A federal judge said that Secret Service agents could be compelled to testify before a grand jury in Monica Lewinsky investigation concerning U.S. President Clinton.
1998 - Voters in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland turned out to cast ballots giving approval to a Northern Ireland peace accord.
2002 - Chandra Levy's remains were found in Washington, DC's Rock Creek Park. She was last seen on April 30, 2001. California Congressman Gary Condit was questioned in the case due to his relationship with Levy.
2002 - In Birmingham, AL, a jury convicted former Ku Klux Klansman Bobby Frank Cherry of murder in the 1963 church bombing that killed four girls.
2002 - Barry Bonds (San Francisco Giants) hit his 583rd career home run. He tied Mark McGwire for fifth on the all-time list.
2003 - At the Colonial in Fort Worth, TX, Annika Sorentam became the first woman to play on the PGA tour in 58 years. She ended the day at 1-over par.
Sarah Ramos, Actress ("Parenthood"), turns 22
Josh Hamilton - 32 (Texas Rangers MVP centerfielder who loves to party)
Lisa Edelstein - 45 ( Dr. Lisa Cuddy on "House".)
JUDGE REINHOLD!!! - 54 (Eddie Murphy's white partner in the "Beverly Hills Cop" trilogy and Brad in "Fast Times At Ridgemont High".)
MR. T!!! - 59 (B.A. Baracus on "The A-Team". Clubber Lang in "Rocky 3". Samson in "D.C. Cab". He was Hulk Hogan's tag team partner in the first "Wrestlemania" AND was once a bodyguard for Muhammad Ali.)
Al Franken - 60 ("SNL" veteran "Stuart Smalley" . and author of the books "Rush Limbaugh Is A Big Fat Idiot" and "LIES: And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them". he's a Senator from Minnesota now. .)
LEO SAYER!!! - 63 (BIGGEST HITS: 1976's #1 SMASHES "WHEN I NEED YOU" AND "YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE DANCING"!!!)
Richard Hatch - 66 (No relation to the evil tax evading Gay Conniving Richard Hatch from "Survivor". This Richard Hatch is a trained theSpian. In fact, he was Golden Globe-nominated for his stellar performances as Captain Apollo on the ORIGINAL "Battlestar Galactica".)
Ronald Isley - 70 (The Isley Brothers. Biggest hits: 1962's "Twist & Shout"; 1969's "It's Your Thing"; 1973's "That Lady (Part One)"; and 1975's "Fight The Power (Part One)".
The Notorious B.I.G. - Would have been 40 - (1972 - 1997)
Chris Benoit - (1967 - 2007) (WWE wrestler. Was once known as one of the best technical pro wrestlers in history. Now, he'll be forever remembered as the sick junkie who murdered his wife and kid before hanging himself.)
Jeffrey Dahmer - (1960 - 1994) EVIL! killed in prison and rotting in the depths of hell.
Fats Waller 5/21/1904 - 12/15/1943 American pianist and composer think AINT MISBEAVEN!
1819 - The first BICYCLES, known as "SWIFT WALKERS", were introduced in the U.S.
1901 - Connecticut became the first state to impose a SPEED LIMIT FOR CARS. The new law restricted the high-powered horseless carriage to a blazing 12 MILES PER HOUR on country highways, and 8 MILES PER HOUR within city limits.
1963 - 13-year-old STEVIE WONDER recorded "Fingertips Part 2", live at the Regal Theater in Chicago during a "Motown Revue". It became his first #1 hit.
1968 - PETE TOWNSHEND of THE WHO married designer Karen Astley. They were married for 32 years before divorcing in 2000.
1968 - BRIAN JONES of the ROLLING STONES was arrested for the SECOND TIME for possession of the very illegal and highly addictive CANNABIS in his London apartment.
1980 - MARLO THOMAS married the silver-tongued silver fox PHIL DONAHUE. Today is their 30th Anniversary.
1980 - JOE STRUMMER of the CLASH was arrested at a Hamburg, West Germany, show after smashing his guitar . . . OVER THE HEAD OF AN AUDIENCE MEMBER!!!
1980 - Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox released "The Empire Strikes Back".
1994 - MARION BARRY announced that he would run for Mayor of Washington, D.C., just three years after serving a jail sentence for crack possession. HE WON!!!
1999 - SUSAN LUCCI FINALLY won a Daytime Emmy for Best Actress, after losing 18 years in a row. Susan Lucci is still Erica Kane on "All My Children" unitl September..and then the show gets the ax.
2006 - "Charmed" went off the air after a pretty impressive EIGHT SEASONS on the WB.
2008 David Cook won the seventh season of "American Idol."