50 most popular women

50 Most Popular Women Around The World


List of 50 Most Popular Women Around The World.

In this article, we have compiled a detailed study of the most popular women in the world.

Many amazing women are on the list that has contributed a lot to their field.

Justin Bieber is in the 7th spot. Read the full article and know about your favorite one.

50Eva Longoria
49Scarlett Johansson
48Carmen Electra
47Tina Fey
46Adriana Lima
45Lily Allen
44Sarah Jessica Parker
43Kelly Clarkson
42Carrie Underwood
41Amy Winehouse
40Vanessa Hudgens
39Katie Price
38Ashley Tisdale
37Hilary Duff
36Marilyn Monroe
35Heidi Montag
34Demi Moore
33Jennifer Aniston
32Hillary Clinton
30Kristen Stewart
29Betty White
28Pamela Anderson
26Jessica Alba
25Christina Aguilera
24 Sandra Bullock
23 Kim Kardashian
22 Katy Perry
21 Michelle Obama
20 Lindsay Lohan
19 Jessica Simpson
18 Sarah Palin
17 Mariah Carey
16 Jennifer Lopez
15 Megan Fox
14 Oprah
13 Angelina Jolie
12 Taylor Swift
11 Shakira
10 Avril Lavigne
9Paris Hilton
8Miley Cyrus
7Justin Bieber
6Britney Spears
1Lady GaGa

50. Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria

Early Life

Longoria Mother gave birth to Mexican-American (Tejano) parents, Ella Eva (Mireles), and Enrique Longoria in Corpus

Christi, Texas, the youngest of four daughters.

In 2016, she told Redbook: there was never any bitterness

because I saw how hard my mother worked and what she had done for my sister [with special needs],

so I wanted to do whatever I could to help.

We all have done so.

She was born Roman Catholic.

She did not speak Spanish when she grew up and only learned Spanish in 2009.

While in high school, she worked part-time for three years at a Wendy’s restaurant to help earn money for her quinceañera.

Longoria previously told the press how her years of fast food as a teen influenced her work ethic.

I couldn’t wait to make my own money and get to work.

Longoria graduated from Texas A&M University-Kingsville with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology.

During this period, she was awarded the title of Miss Corpus Christi USA in 1998.

After graduating from college, Longoria joined a talent contest that led her to Los Angeles; soon afterward,

she was noticed and signed by a theatrical agent.

After three years of study, she earned her master’s degree in Chicano Studies from California State University, Northridge, in May 2013.


49. Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson

Early Life

Scarlett Johansson is a leading film actress in movies such as Lost in Translation, Nanny Diary, Vicky Christina Barcelona,

Avenges and Hitchcock.

She was born in the city of New York City on 22 November 1984.

She began working as a teenager, and at the age of 13, she was critically praised for her role in The Horse Whisperer.

Her successes include Lost in Translation, The Nanny Diaries, The Hitchcock and The Avengers, the mega-hits of

Lost in Translation, Girl with a pearl earring.

In 2008, she released her first album and made her Broadway debut the following year, by pursuing other creative avenues.

Johansson has received nominations for Oscars in her roles in Mary’s Tale and Jojo Rabbit, following her contributions

to Ghost in Shell, Rugh Night, Isle of Puppies, and Avengers: Endgame.


48. Carmen Electra

Carmen Electra

Early Life

Carmen Electra was born on April 20, 1972, in Sharonville, Ohio, to Harry Patrick, a guitarist and entertainer, and his wife Patricia (d. 1998), a singer.

The youngest of six children (she has four brothers and one sister),[Electra attended Ann Weigel Elementary School and

studied dance under Gloria J. Simpson at the Dance Artists studio in Western Hills until she was nine years old.

Electra is of Dutch, English, German, and Irish descent, and her family was very close.

She said of her parents, “My parents were my pillar,” describing her older sister Debbie as “like my second mother.”

After Debbie moved to Illinois, Electra said that her life “went round around my mom.

She was my best friend, 24/7, in my life, whether I needed her or not.

Professional Life

Electra began her professional career in 1990 as a dancer at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio, in the show “It’s Magic,” one of the most successful shows in the history of the park.

In 1991, she moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she met with singer and songwriter Prince.

Soon afterwards, Electra signed a recording contract with Prince’s Paisley Park Records and started a short-lived singing career.

Singing Career

Decades later she would return to music, performing briefly with The Pussycat Dolls, most notably as a featured group

guest when they shared the stage with artists including Patti LaBelle and Debbie Harry on VH1 Divas 2004.

During her tenure at Paisley Park Records, she was professionally known as Carmen Electra.

Electra began appearing on television shows in 1995.

In May 1996, she was featured as the first of many in a nude pictorial in Playboy magazine.

This recognition culminated in higher-profile TV roles

including Baywatch (cast member as Lani McKenzie in 1997–1998) and MTV’s Singled Out.

She came back to Baywatch for the 2003 reunion film, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding.

Electra has been published four more times in Playboy: June 1997, December 2000, April 2003 and the anniversary issue of January 2009.

She had been on the cover of these last three magazines.

Electra starred in the movies American Vampire and Good Burger in 1997.

In 1997, Electra designed London Night Studios for the covers of the comic books Razor and the Ladies of London Night.

Electra starred in ads for Maxim Men’s Hair Color goods (2004–2005).

Electra signed up as the spokesmodel for Ritz Camera Centers in 2006, posing with CEO David Ritz up their TV and print ads.

She is featured in some of the video spoofs of lonely girl that advertised Epic Movie.

That same year she appeared in their television and print ads as the face and spokeswoman for Max Factor cosmetics.

In 2007, with the release of her book How to Be Sexy, Electra became a published author.

She is the oldest cover girl in FHM Magazine’s publication history. She appeared in t in 1999.

That same year she starred in the film The Earthbound Human’s Mating Habits.


47. Tina Fey

Tina Fey

Saturday Night Live ‘and “30 rock” Tina Fey is the best known American actress, comedian, writer and producer of her parts.


Tina Fey is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer born May 18, 1970, in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.

She broke through as a writer on Saturday Night Live in 1995 and later became the lead scribe of the sketch comedy

show and co-host of the “Weekend Update.”

Fey went on to pen the hit movie Mean Girls (which later became a successful musical) before becoming the star of

the popular sitcom 30 Rock and co-creating the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Early Life

Jeanne worked at a brokerage firm, and Donald Fey wrote grants for the University of Pennsylvania.

At the age of five, Fey was in the alley behind her house when a stranger approached her and shrugged her face with

a knife, leaving her with the signature scar she still bears today.

But Fey did not allow it to be defined or hindered by this incident.

Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Tina recalls drowsy adolescence full of unplugged eyebrows and perms.

Instead of dating, Fey would have friends to play party games like Celebrity.

This self-proclaimed super nerd studied drama at the University of Virginia.


Starting with her first Writers Guild Award, Fey earned enough accolades to fill the entire trophy room for her work on SNL in 2001.

Since then, she has won nine Prime-time Emmys, three Golden Globes and five Screen Actors Guild awards.

Also, the multi-talented writer and performer won three Gracie Awards, three Producers Guild of America Awards

and a Television Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy.


46. Adriana Lima

Adriana Lima

Early Life

Lima opened her eyes on 12 June 1981 in Salvador, Brazil.

Many sources have stated that “Francesca” is her middle name,

but Lima herself denied this in a 2010 interview with W Radio Colombia, confirming that her name is Adriana Lima. 

Her parents are Nelson Torres, a carpenter, and Maria das Graças Lima, a social worker.

Her father left the family when she was six months old, and Lima was only raised.

Lima is of Portuguese, Swiss, native Brazilian, Japanese, African,

and western Indian descent (which classifies her as a Brazilian Pardo).

Lima speaks four languages: Portuguese, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Professional Life

Lima never thought of being a model, even though she had won a lot of beauty pageants at elementary school.

However, she was a friend at school who wanted to enter a modeling contest and didn’t want to join alone, so Lima came in with her.

Both sent in photos, and the sponsor of the match soon asked Lima to come out for the competition.

Soon after, at age 15, she entered and finished first in Ford’s “Supermodel of Brazil” model search.

Subsequently, she joined the Ford Models Supermodel World Championship in 1996 and finished second.

Three years later, Lima moved to New York City and signed with Elite Model Management.

Her first cover of the magazine was Marie Claire Brazil in September 1998.

Her first Vogue covers were Italian Vogue Gioiello in September 2000, their 20th Anniversary issue, and Vogue Brasil in the following month.


45. Lily Allen

Lily Allen

Early Life

Allen was birthed in Hammersmith, West London, daughter of Keith Allen, a Welsh-born comedian, and film producer Alison Owen.

She has an older sister, Sarah; a younger brother, actor Alfie (subject to her song “Alfie”); and a younger sister, Rebecca.

Allen’s mother was a working-class Portsmouth family, and she was 17 when she gave birth to Sarah.

Her family had been devout Catholics.

Allen is the goddaughter of the vocalist Angela McCluskey of Wild Colonials and the third-cousin of the singer Sam Smith.

Allen appeared in The Comic Strip Presents at the age of three.

The episode “The Yob,”] which was co-written by her father. When she was four, her father left the family.

Allen lived in the council estate with her family in her early childhood.

Later, they settled in Islington.

For that time, the family had been living with comedian Harry Enfield while her mother was dating him.

Clash singer and guitarist Joe Strummer was very close to Allen.

Allen attended 13 schools and was expelled from many schools to drink and to smoke,

including Prince Charles’ Junior alma mater, Hill House School, Millfield, Bedales School.

When Allen was 11 years old, Rachel Santesso, former University student of Victoria music,

went over to sing “Wonderwall” by Oasis on the school playground.

This led Allen to sing “Baby Mine” from Disney’s Dumbo at a school concert.

Professional Life

Allen told her mother that she was staying with her friends, but instead, she remained in Sant Antoni de Portmany.

She earned money by working at the Plastic Fantastic Record Store and dealing with ecstasy.

Allen met George Lamb, her first boss, in Ibiza. She was rejected by a number of labels, which she attributed to her drinking and being the daughter of Keith Allen.

Eventually, she used her father’s connections to get signed to London Records in 2002.

When the executive who had hired her left, the label lost interest and left without releasing folk songs many of which were written by her father.

She then studied horticulture to become a florist, but she changed her mind and returned to music.

Allen started writing songs while her manager introduced her to the production duo Future Cut in 2004.

They were working in a small studio in the basement of the office building.


44. Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker

Early Life

Actor and producer Sarah Jessica Parker were born in Nelsonville, Ohio, on March 25, 1965.

Parker grew up in relative poverty, the fourth of eight children.

After her parents had divorced, she was raised by her

mother, a school teacher, and her often out-of-work stepfather.

She helped support the family at a young age, bringing home first dance paychecks and singing gigs.

In 1976, after winning her first Broadway role in The Innocents,

her family moved to New Jersey to support her career.

For the next few years, Parker toured with The Sound of Music along with four of her siblings.

She was given her first major break when she was chosen to take over the title role of Annie on Broadway from 1979 to 1980.

Schooled along the way at the American Ballet Theater and

New York Professional Children’s School, Parker began to gain national attention in the early 1980s.

She made her film debut in 1979 with Rich Kids, starring John Lithgow, Trini Alvarado, and Olympia Dukakis.

Professional Life

Actor Sarah Jessica Parker appeared on TV’s Square Pegs before moving on to movies, starring in Ed Wood (1994),

The First Wives Club (1996) and later The Family Stone (2005) and Did You Hear About Morgans? (2009).

She had a significant success playing Carrie Bradshaw in the comedy series Sex and the City, starting in the late 1990s,

which revolutionized the representations of female sexuality.

In addition to working as a producer for Sex and City movies, Parker starred in the HBO Divorce series from 2016 to 2019.


43. Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson

Early Life

Clarkson grew up in Burleson, Texas, a suburb of Fort Worth,

where her vocal prowess was first recognized by her school choir teacher when she was a seventh-grader.

After finishing high school, Clarkson moved to Los Angeles, where she tried unsuccessfully to break into the show business.

In 2002, after returning to Texas, she became an American Idol contestant for the first season of the Fox Broadcasting Company.

This singing competition allowed viewers to vote for their favorite performer.

Viewers were struck by Clarkson’s arresting voice, charisma, and humor.

Her prize for winning the championship was $1 million and a recording contract with RCA.

Professional Life

Just two weeks after her American Idol win, Clarkson released her first single, “A Moment Like This,” that quickly became a hit.

Thankful, her debut pop song album followed in 2003.

Her second full-length album, Breakaway (2004), which moved beyond Clarkson’s initial pop sound,

sold more than 11 million copies worldwide and featured hit singles “Because of You,” “Behind These Hazel Eyes and

“Since U Been Gone,” Breakaway won the Best Pop Vocal Album Grammy Award

and “Since U Been Gone” was awarded the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Award.

Clarkson’s third album, My December (2007), marked a new era in her career; even more rock-oriented than her

previous releases, it was also more confessional, with each track co-written by her performer.


42. Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood

Early Life

Carrie Marie Underwood was born on March 10, 1983, in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Carole (née Shatswell), and Steve Underwood.

She has two older sisters, Shanna and Stephanie, and was raised at her parents’ farm in the nearby rural town of Checotah.

Her dad worked in a paper mill while her mom was teaching primary school.

She was diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder when she was five years old.

Later she sang at local events in Checotah, including the Old Settler’s Day and the Lion’s Club.

The local admirer arranged for her to go to Nashville when she was 14 at the Capitol Records hearing.

In 1996, Capitol Records prepared a contract for Underwood but canceled it when the company’s management changed.

Underwood said of the event, “I honestly think it’s a lot

better than nothing came out of it now because I wouldn’t have been ready then.

All have a way of working out. She was a member of the Honor Society, a Checota high-school cheerleader, and played basketball and softball.

Underwood graduated from Checotah High School in 2001 as a nutritionist.

“She said, After high school, I gave up singing dreams.”

I had reached a point in my life where I had to be practical and prepare for my future in the ‘real world.

Professional Life

In the summer of 2004, Underwood gave audition for

American Idol in St. Louis, Missouri, singing “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt.

After Tiffany sang “Could’ve Been” at the top 12 girls’ night, Judge Simon Cowell said she would be one of the favorites to win the competition.

During the top 11 finalists’ performance on March 22, 2005, Idol episode, Underwood sang a rendition of the number

one rock hit ‘Alone,’ made famous by Heart, and Cowell predicted that Underwood would not only win the

competition but would also outsell all previous Idol winners.

One of the show’s producers later said that she dominated the vote, winning handily every week.

In the final, she sang “Bless the Broken Road” with Rascal Flatts.

On May 25, 2005, Underwood won season four.

Her winnings included a recording contract worth at least one million dollars, a one-year private jet, and a Ford Mustang convertible.


41. Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse

Early Life

Amy Winehouse, (born September 14, 1983, London, England and died July 23, 2011, London),

A British singer and songwriter who rose to fame as a result of the critically acclaimed because of Grammy Award-winning album “Back to Black (2006).”

But whose turbulent love life, erratic behavior, and substance-abuse problems stalled her recording career as she became the favorite subject of the tabloid day.

Winehouse was born to a Jewish family and was raised primarily by her mother, a pharmacist,

who divorced her father, a taxi driver when Winehouse was nine.

Professional Life

Early on, she showed an interest in the arts, but she was reportedly expelled from the Sylvia Young Theater School for wearing a prohibited nose ring.

Winehouse showed ability as an actor as well as a singer at the prestigious BRIT School and performed with jazz groups at the age of 16.

On her critically acclaimed debut album, Frank (2003), she proved herself to be an intelligent, caustic lyricist, and her

smoky, evocative vocals drew comparisons to the jazz and

rhythm-and-blues legends of Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, and Billie Holiday.

40. Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens

Early Life

Vanessa Anne Hudgens was born to Secretary Gina Guangco and firefighter Greg Hudgens on 14 December 1988, in Salinas, California.

She grew up in San Diego, with her younger sister, Stella.

When her consistent auditioning began to yield results, the family later moved to Los Angeles.

She attended the Arts High School of Orange County briefly but then started homeschooling.

Hudgens landed a small role in the critically acclaimed box office movie Thirteen in 2003.

She played a recurring character on Zack and Cody’s The Suite Life in 2006,

before landing her breakthrough role as Gabriella Montez in Musical High School.

Professional life

Hudgens and co-star Efron scored a massive hit when their high school musical duet “Breaking Free” rose to No. 4 on Billboard Hot 100 in 2006.

Later that year, Hudgens released her debut album, V, which was gold-certified on the strength of the single, “Come Back

to Me,” which was taken from the song Baby Come Back “by 70’s rock band Singer.

Her second album, Identified (2008), debuted No. 23 on Billboard 200.

It under performed compared to V, leading Hudgens to part

ways with her record label, Hollywood Records, and focus on acting.

On paper, the role of Hudgens in the 2009 Slamband doesn’t sound like a big leap from High School Musical: she’s the

new kid who comes to town and decides to put together a rock band to compete with other groups.

However, Hudgens told The New York Times that she was

attracted by the screenplay’s description of her character as “deadpan,” “introverted,” and “a bit off.”

Sucker Punch (2011) provided more of a departure from her Disney image, as she played a young woman in a mental

institution who fantasizes that she was a brothel.


39. Katie Price

Katie Price

Early Life

Katie Price was born Katrina Amy Alexandria Alexis Infield

on 22 May 1978, in Brighton, East Sussex, South East England, to Amy and Ray Infield.

At the age of four, her father left the family.

Her mother married Paul Price, a builder, in 1988, and acquired Price’s surname.

She has an elder brother named Daniel and a younger maternal half-sister named Sophie from two other marriages of her mother.

Her schooling at Blatchington Mill School, and she was not good at academics but excellent at sports.

Katie Price was a good swimmer, and she was also interested in horse riding.

Kat started modelling as a child.

At the age of 13, she modeled on a line of clothing whose photographer was a convicted pedophile, a fact she was

unaware of and insisted on shooting her in her underwear.

Professional Life

Price left school at the age of 16, in 1994, and decided to pursue a modeling career.

As a friend suggested, she took her professional photographs and sent them to a modeling agency in London.

In 1996, she was offered a job as a topless female glamour model in the British tabloid newspaper The Sun.

She also adopted the pseudonym Jordan.

Despite her family’s objections, she had her first breast enhancement surgery succession in 1997, hoping that it

would make her look as feminine and sexy as other models.

She had liposuction on her hips and thighs and had her lips and nose work done.

As a result, the Sun was barred from modeling following all its natural policy.

She has appeared regularly as Jordan in the Daily Star, FHM, the British edition of Playboy, Nuts, Maxim, Loaded, Vogue and Esquire.

Currently, it does not use the glamour modeling or Jordan name.

As a candidate for Parliament in Stretford and Urmston in the 2001 British General Elections, her slogan was ‘For a

Bigger and Betta Future;’ she promised free breast implants, more nudist beaches, and won 1.8% of the votes cast.

Between 2004 and 2012, she appeared in many television dramas and showed such as ‘Dream Team’ and ‘Footballers’ Wives,’ ‘The Big Breakfast’ and ‘The Big Breakfast.’


Price had secured the Decade’s Loaded Award for Cover Girl in 2004.

In 2007, she received the Grattan Award for Celebrity Mum of the Year.

She was nominated twice for the British Book Awards, the first for ‘Being Jordan’ in 2005 and the second for ‘My Pony Care Book.’


38. Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale

Early Life

Ashley Tisdale was born on 2 July 1985 to a Christian father, Michael Tisdale and a Jewish mother, Lisa Morris, in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

She’s got an older sibling, Jennifer. By occupation, her father was a contractor.

Professional Life

A prodigious boy, the trial with the camera by Ashley Tisdale, began at the tender age of three.

A chance encounter at a mall with her future boss Bill Perlman led her to audition for various ads and advertising.

She thus appeared in over 100 major network TV commercials.

Tisdale’s success in theatre also started almost instantly when she starred in advertisements.

She first appeared at the Jewish Community Center in

Monmouth County in ‘Gypsy: A Musical Fable’ and ‘The Sound of Music.’

She landed Cosette’s part in the musical ‘Les Misérables’ at the age of eight.

After that, she toured with ‘Les Misérables’ for two years

before landing a part in Korea’s touring production of ‘Annie.’

Beginning in the late 1990s, Tisdale played numerous minor

roles in television shows like ‘The Hughleys,’ ‘Wise Man,’ ‘7th Heaven,’ ‘Boston Public’ and ‘Bette.’

She also made a couple of movies, including ‘A Bug’s Life’ and ‘Donnie Darko.’

Ford Models

She also modelled for Ford Models.

Ashley Tisdale starred in the Television show ‘The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, ‘ which premiered in 2005 as a teenage candy-counter girl.

The series won Tisdale its first independent award, running until September 2008.

In 2006, she played Sharpay Evans in the “High School

Musical” Disney Channel Original Movie Premiered to 7.7 million viewers, the movie was the most-watched movie of the year.

Top Selling Album

The soundtrack, which Tisdale also contributed to, has also been the year’s top-selling album, selling 3.7 million copies.

The songs ended up on the Billboard Hot 100 list, making

Tisdale the first female artist to debut on the Hot 100 list simultaneously with two tracks.

Following ‘High School Musical”s stupendous success, she signed a record contract with Warner Bros Records and

started working on her debut album ‘Headstrong.’

Released in February 2007, the album debuted at number five on the Billboard 200.

RIAA finally certified ‘Headstrong’ like a diamond.

Top Watch

Ashley Tisdale took up her role as Sharpay Evans for ‘High School Musical 2’ in August 2007.

Premiered to 17 million viewers, it has been the most-watched film on cable TV.

Tisdale’s soundtrack debuted to number one on the Billboard chart.

She also provided a voice for Candace Flynn’s character for the animated series ‘Phineas and Ferb’ in 2007.

It was the most-watched animated series by children and tweens over the years.

Own Production House

Ashley Tisdale started her own production company ‘Blondie Girl Productions’ in 2008.

The debut release ‘See This’ under the banner marked Tisdale’s first film both as an executive producer and as a leading actress.

The television movie has been praised both critically and commercially.

She resumed her role as Sharpay Evans for the third edition of ‘High School Musical 3’ in 2008.

The movie was a major hit, earning $255 million in the box office.

Her acting skills have been widely appreciated by both the public and critics alike.

After the success of the High School Musical Trilogy, she worked on her second studio album, ‘Guilty Pleasure.’

Released in June 2009, the album debuted on Billboard 200 at number 12.

In 2011, she starred in the High School Musical’s spin-off of ‘Sharpay’s Fantastic Adventure.’

The sequel centred on Sharpay Evans’ life after high school.

Starting in 2013, Tisdale has put a producer’s hat on several

occasions for the TV special ‘Inner Circle,’ the Disney Channel film ‘Cloud 9’ and the ABC Family comedy show ‘Young & Hungry.’

At the same time, she played a recurring role in ABC’s sitcom ‘Super Fun Night,’ and the guest-starred on CBS’s ‘The Wild Ones.’

She also provided a voice to the animated series ‘Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch.’

She appeared on the TBS comedy show ‘Clipped’ for a single season.

In December 2013, Tisdale released an independent single called ‘You’re Still Here.’


37. Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff

Early Life

Hilary Erhard Duff was born in Houston, Texas, on 28 September 1987.

She is the second of two daughters born to Susan, and a

housewife turned to film and music artist, and the owner of a Texas convenience stores chain, Bob Duff.

Following her sister Haylie, Duff took dance lessons and, at a young age, auditioned with her sister for local theater productions.

I have always wanted to be like my older sister Haylie,” Duff If she took dance lessons, I did as well.

I took singing lessons as she did. It all became more intense before it became careers for both of us.” At the age of six,

Duff was cast alongside her sister in a BalletMet Columbus production of The Nutcracker Suite in San Antonio, Germany.

To both of the girls, who in effect aspired to act professionally, it was a pleasant experience.

They moved with their mother to California in 1993, and they began managing their careers.

Duff was also home-schooled by her mother from the age of eight.

The budding actress got her first big break in Hollywood when she landed Wendy’s lead role, in the 1998 made-for-TV

movie Casper Meets Wendy, starring alongside an animated ghost.

Professional Life

Duff had been working on a new sitcom, Daddio, in 2000.

She worked with Michael Chiklis on the show, who said after one day of working with her, “This young girl is going to be a movie star.”

Sadly, Chiklis’ wasn’t the only opinion that counted.

After a single episode — the pilot — its producers dropped Duff from the show.

Depressed, Duff decided to give up show business, but she was persuaded by her mother not to give up her vision.

She landed the lead role on a new Disney Channel series titled Lizzie McGuire the very next week.

Lizzie McGuire quickly grew into a smashing success, making Duff a household name, acting as its title character.

The young actress became especially popular with the tween crowd, but her fan base quickly spread to all age

ranges: “I don’t think we get enough credit from the Disney Channel for the age span that Lizzie McGuire has,” Duff once

said. “College students come to me, friends, famous men.”

Since taking on the part of McGuire for 2003’s The Lizzie McGuire Movie in 65 episodes spanning two seasons.

The film was remarkably profitable, squeezing out over $55 million worldwide.

Duff’s success with Lizzie McGuire has led her to work for Disney in other ways, including appearing in the 2002

Disney Channel movie Cadet Kelly and recording an album for the company’s music label, Santa Claus Lane.

Duff and Disney entered into negotiations in 2003 to expand the Lizzie McGuire franchise, but discussions broke down

over pay differences, and the series ended the following year.


36. Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Early Life

Monroe was born in Los Angeles, California, on 1 June 1926.

At birth, Monroe was given the name Norma Jeane Mortenson (later baptized as Norma Jeane Baker).

Monroe grew up spending most of her time in foster care and at an orphanage.

In 1937, Monroe was taken care of for a few years by a family friend and her husband Grace and Doc Goddard.

Monroe’s mum paid the Goddards $25 a week to raise her.

The couple were intensely religious, and they practised biblical doctrines; Monroe was not permitted to go to the cinema among other banned behaviours.

But the couple could not afford to bring Monroe with them when Doc’s work was moved to the East Coast.

Monroe returned to a life in foster homes at the age of seven, where she experienced sexual abuse on many

occasions; later she claimed she was assaulted at the age of 11. At age 15, she had dropped out of high school.

Professional Life

Monroe dreamt that she would become an actress like Jean Harlow and Lana Turner.

She started working in an explosives factory in Van Nuys, California when her husband was sent to the South Pacific.

It was there when a photographer first spotted her.

Monroe had a productive career as a model by the time Dougherty returned in 1946.

She’d signed her first film deal that year.

A new name and identity came with the contract; she began calling herself “Marilyn Monroe” and dyed her hair blonde.

Monroe was not initially known as star acting material at all.

Her acting career did not take off until a few years back.

She would soon become one of Hollywood’s most popular actresses with her breath-taking voice and hourglass figure.

By earning numerous awards and drawing large audiences to her films, she proved her abilities.

Notwithstanding persistent insecurities about her acting skills, Monroe became a much-admired international star.

She suffered from pre-performance anxiety that often left her physically ill and was often the root cause of her

notorious tardiness on movie sets, which was so severe that her co-stars and crew were frequently infuriated by it.

Throughout the mid-1950s Monroe grew sick of bubbly,

stupid blonde roles and moved to New York City to study acting at the Actors’ Studio with Lee Strasberg.

35. Heidi Montag

Heidi Montag

Early Life

Heidi Montag was born on 15 September 1986 to parents Darlene and Bill Montag in Crested Butte, Colorado.

Her mother has married Tim Egelhoff, who owned The Timberline restaurant, after divorcing her father.

Her father, we d Terri O’Hara later.

She has an older sister, Holly, who is also a celebrity in reality television, and a younger brother, Sky.

Her stepbrother Eric O’Hara died from an accidental fall from an icy roof in 2008.

She moved to California after graduating from high school

and studied for one semester at the San Francisco Academy of Art University.

She had a friendship with Lauren Conrad during her freshman orientation,

who was then a primary participant of the MTV reality television show ‘Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.’

Conrad later became a prominent celebrity on American television, fashion designer, and author.

Both went to Los Angeles, California to study at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.

But Montag did not find it hard and dropped out of school.

Professional Life

Heidi Montag began her career at Bolthouse Productions as an intern and was promoted as an event planner within two years.

She moved to Los Angeles in 2006 and was featured in the spin-off show ‘The Hills’ from Laguna Beach, which was created to highlight the lives of Conrad and Montag and their friends Audrina Patridge, an American TV personality and model, and Whitney Port, also an American TV personality and author.

Montag started dating fellow cast member Spencer Pratt while doing ‘The Hills, ‘ which led to a conflict between her and Conrad and affected their relationship.

Their relationship deteriorated further by the second season.

Conrad ended her relationship with Montag during the third season, suspecting Pratt to be responsible for reports of a sex tape involving her and her former boyfriend, Jason Wahler.

Nevertheless, their rivalry became the central focus of the ‘The Hills’ show and was carried through each season that followed.

Montag came into the music business in August 2006 and began recording her debut studio album.

The same month, the internet leaked a song from the album named ‘Body Language,’ which featured a Pratt rap verse.

Her first promotional single, ‘Higher,’ was released in February 2008 and followed by the music video.

In April 2008, she partnered with Anchor Blue, a clothing store located in Ontario, California, and launched her first ‘Heidiwood’ clothing line.

She released her first 2 EPs ‘Wherever I Am’ and ‘Here She Is’ in 2009.

‘Wherever I Am’ had a ‘More Is Better’ song title, which debuted on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart at number 50.

It was her first and only country song to chart.

In 2009, on the second season of the American version of ‘I’m a Celebrity, Montag and Pratt made controversial appearance.

Get Me Out of Here! ‘To help the foundation ‘Feed the Babies’ when Montag was hospitalized with a gastric ulcer, they left the show.

The couple alleged they were tortured during production.

She performed her first song, ‘Body Language’ at the 2009 Miss Universe in August 2009.

Her presence has been questioned, however.

Montag and Pratt published their book ‘How to Be Famous:

Our Guide to Look The Part, Play The News, and Become a Tabloid Fixture’ in November.

Her debut studio album ‘Superficial’ was released digitally in 2010, which the critics sharply criticized.

The album only sold 1,000 copies in first-week sales and failed to gain back the money that was spent, making it almost $2 million.

She and her husband made their last appearance during the sixth and final season on ‘The Hills’ in May 2010.

Although she auditioned in the third installment of the

‘Transformers’ series for Megan Fox’s replacement, she was not selected for the movie.

In June 2010, along with producer Steve Morales, she started working on her second studio album.

Montag and Pratt appeared as housemates on the 11th

season of the British edition of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ in January 2013 (as a single entity).

The runners-up were named for them.
Channel 5 aired a television special in February 2013 that

explored the rise of Montag and Pratt to prominence.

The series had been renamed ‘Speidi: Scandal, Mysteries & Surgery! ‘In December, she appeared in an E with Pratt!

Television special ‘AfterShock: Heidi & Spencer’ where they said that the creators of the series had made up many of the

circumstances in the so-called reality shows in which they had appeared.

The pair appeared on a ‘Celebrity Wife Swap’ episode in June 2014, for which they switched with Olympic athlete

Amanda Beard and her husband, Sacha Brown.

The ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ re-entered Montag and Pratt in 2017.

They were evicted on day 25, however.


34. Demi Moore

Demi Moore

Early Life

Demi Moore was born on 11 November 1962 in Roswell, New Mexico, to Demetria Guynes.

Her parents broke up before she was born, and she was raised by Virginia and Danny Guynes,

her mother and stepfather, both of whom drank heavily.

By the time she turned 14, Moore had relocated more than 30 times, finally settling in Los Angeles.

Moore later explained in Interview magazine that “I learned

to assimilate into the new environment I had and quickly became familiar with people by traveling around a lot.

I think that was one of the main reasons leading to my being an actor.”

Professional Life

At 16, Moore dropped out of high school and worked for a time as a debt collector and pursued modeling.

She also showed an interest in acting.

In 1981, Moore landed a role on General Hospital, a popular television soap opera.

She spent two years playing the journalist Jackie Templeton.

Moore made her film debut the same year in the independent drama Options.

Moore finds time for a couple of film projects during her tenure at General Hospital.

She starred with him in the 3-D science fiction horror film Parasite (1982), after her marriage to musician Freddie Moore in 1981.

Moore also had a bit of a part in the Young Doctors in Love soap opera parody (1982).

Moore had failed to develop a career in film since leaving her appearance in the soap opera.

In Blame it on Rio (1984), she played the daughter of Michael Caine,

which attracted little attention from critics or film-goers.

Moore took on a leading role and played the love interest of Jon Cryer in No Small Affair (1984),

but she did not catch the imagination of the public until her performance in St.

Elmo’s Fire (1985).

This film tells a group of friends about their story as they confront post-college life.

The cast also included a variety of other up-and-coming young stars, including Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, and Emilio Estevez.

Several of those actors were equally famous for their off-screen exploits and drinking lifestyle, with the media dubbing them the “Brat Pack.”

Moore divorced her first husband in her personal life in 1984.

She began dating Emilio Estevez, and in 1985 the two became engaged.

The couple starred together in the Wisdom of 1986, which was also written and directed by Estevez.

That same year Moore starred in About Last Night opposite Rob Lowe, a look at Chicago’s young singles.

Critic Roger Ebert praised both of their performances, saying

the film “gives them the best acting chances that either one has ever had, and they make the most of them.”

He also highlighted Moore as “especially amazing.

There’s no romantic note she doesn’t have to play in this film, and she plays them all flawlessly.”


33. Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston

Early Life

Jennifer Aniston was born in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, on 11 February 1969.

Her parents were well-known actors.

Her father, John Aniston, was best known for his role as Victor Kiriakis on the popular NBC TV network soap opera ‘Days of Our Lives.’

Her daughter, Nancy Dow, has made a name for herself through her roles in a variety of movies and television shows.

Jennifer spent the first part of her childhood in Eddystone, Pennsylvania, where her grandmother and the family shared a three-bedroom home.

There, she began her elementary school education.

The family later moved to New York City.

Once she was six years old, she was accepted into Waldorf College.

Her parents divorced three years apart.

The divorce passed in 1980.

She has a half brother from her father’s second marriage, named Alexander Aniston.

Jennifer started acting at the age of 11 when she was studying at Waldorf High.

She later enrolled at and graduated from the Fiorello H. High School of Music & Craft and Performing Arts LaGuardia.


32. Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

Early Life

Hillary Clinton was born on 26 October 1947, in Chicago, Illinois, to Hillary Diane Rodham.

She grew up in Park Ridge in Illinois, a picturesque neighborhood 15 miles northwest from downtown Chicago.

She has two younger brothers, Hugh Jr. (b. 1950) and Anthony (b. 1954), Hug Rodham was the eldest daughter of

Hugh Rodham, the wealthier facility owner, and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham.

Hillary, as a small child, worked in young Republican

organizations and campaigned in 1964 for President-elect Republican Barry Goldwater.

She was influenced by the speech of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. in Chicago and, in 1968, became a Democrat.

Professional Life

Hillary attended Wellesley College, where she was involved in student politics before graduating in 1969 and elected senior class president.

She then entered the Yale Law School and met Bill Clinton there.

Upon graduating with honors in 1973, she went on to enroll at the Yale Child Study Center, where she took children’s and medicine courses and completed one year of study.

Throughout her summers, Hillary worked as a college student at different employers.

She initially came to Washington, D.C., in 1971. In the U.S., The sub-committee on migrant workers set up by Senator Walter Mondale.

In the summer of 1972, she worked for the Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern’s campaign in the western states.

During the Watergate Crisis, in the spring of 1974, Hillary became a member of the presidential investigation team, advising the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee.

After the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon in August,

she became a faculty member of the Fayetteville Law School at the University of Arkansas, where her classmate and boyfriend Bill also taught at the Yale Law school.


31. Ciara


Early Life

Ciara Princess Harris was born on 25 October 1985 to Jackie and Carlton Clay Harris in Austin, Texas, USA.

Her father was with the ‘U.S. Army.’ She spent her childhood in various bases of the army, including New York, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and Germany.

Later on, her family moved to Atlanta, Georgia.

She watched Janet Jackson and the group of American girls ‘Destiny’s Child’ perform on television during her childhood, which inspired her to play music.

She went on to form an all-girl group with two of her friends called ‘Hearsay’ and started recording demos.

Differences between members of the band, however, contributed to group disbandment when she was 15.

She then embarked on a solo musical journey and focused on her songwriting skills.

She signed a songwriter publishing contract and started writing songs for Mýa and Fantasia Barrino likes.

Her first success came to Barrino’s first album ‘Free Yourself’ with the song ‘Have Me Waiting.’

She met music producer Jazze Pha in 2002. She was signed onto his ‘Sho’nuff’ label five days later.

She recorded four demos with Pha, whom she described as her “music soulmate.” She graduated from Riverdale High School in Riverdale, Georgia, in 2003.

Professional Life

She signed a record deal with ‘LaFace Records’ with Pha after her graduation.

‘LaFace Records’ released her debut single ‘Goodies’ on June 8, 2004, which served as her first studio album’s leading single.

American rapper Petey Pablo featured the song, co-written by Craig Love, Jefferson, LeMarquis, and Sean Garrett and produced by Lil Jon.

The single gained critics’ praise and was seven weeks at the top of the ‘Billboard Hot 100’ list.

It was the first time since 1977 that a debut solo had accomplished such a feat by a female artist.

The song also topped ‘U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Songs’ chart, ‘U.S. Rhythmic Top 40’ chart, and ‘U.K. Singles Chart.’

It also won her the nickname ‘First Lady or Princess of Crunk&B.’ On September 28, 2004,

her debut studio album ‘Goodies’ was released by ‘Sho’nuff Records’ and ‘LaFace Records.’ ‘An album by American singer Usher.

The album was a commercial success and debuted on the ‘U.S. Billboard 200’ list at # 3.

It also had an on-chart run 71 weeks.

It climbed to the top of the list of “Best R&B / Hip-Hop Albums.” It received 3 x Platinum certification from the

“American Recording Industry Association (RIAA).

The song ‘Love Sex Magic’ from ‘Fantasy Journey,’ featuring American recording artist Justin Timberlake, released

internationally as the leading single of the album and earned her a nomination for the ‘Grammy Award’ under the category ‘Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.’

She debuted the American reality television show ‘America’s Next Top Model’ on television in 2009 and then starred in

other shows, including ‘Idols South Africa’ (2012), ‘The Game’ (2013), ‘I Can Do That’ (2015), and ‘Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn’ (2015).

Following her multimillion-dollar deal with ‘Wilhelmina Models’ in 2009, she had been featured in several magazine spreads.


30. Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart

Early Life

Kristen Jaymes Stewart was born on 9 April 1990, in Los Angeles, California, to Jules Mann and John Stewart.

She has an older brother named Cameron.

Her father was a stager and tv producer and her mother was a script supervisor.

In 2001, she played the role of ‘Sam Jennings’ in ‘The Safety of Objects.’

Shortly after the conclusion of this film, she landed a role as

Jodie Foster’s on-screen daughter in ‘Panic Room,’ which released the following year.

After the success of ‘Panic Room,’ she was cast in a thriller movie titled ‘Cold Creek Manor,’

which released in 2003.

She studied in regular schools till seventh grade before dropping out.

She then completed her high school education through long-distance learning.

Professional Life:

She starred in her breakthrough film ‘Catch That Kid’ in 2004, alongside Max Thieriot and Corbin Bleu.

The same year, she was also seen in the thriller, ‘Undertow,’ where she played the role of ‘Lila.’

In 2006, she was cast in Griffin Dunne’s film ‘Fierce People.’

Following the success of that film, she was offered the role of the protagonist in the supernatural film ‘The Messengers.’

At the end of 2007, ‘Summit Entertainment,’ a production house, announced that Stewart would be cast as the lead

protagonist ‘Isabella Swan’ in the film adaptation of Stephanie Meyer’s best-selling fantasy series, ‘Twilight.’

‘Twilight,’ the first installment in the four-part movie series,

was officially released around the world on November 21, 2008.

In 2009, she also starred in the second installment of the ‘Twilight’ series,

‘New Moon’ which went on to become a bigger hit than the first film.

2010 proved to be a particularly important year for Stewart.

Not only did she star in the third installment of the ‘Twilight’ series ‘Eclipse,

but’ she also went on to star in ‘Welcome to the Rileys.’

In 2012, she also played the title role in ‘Snow White and the Huntsman,’ which did well at the box-office.

The same year, she starred alongside Sam Riley and Amy Adams in ‘On the Road

2016 was a busy year for Stewart as she appeared in four films, namely ‘Certain Women,’

‘Café Society,’ ‘Personal Shopper,’ and ‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.’

In 2017, she made her directorial debut in the short film ‘Come Swim.’

The movie was premiered at the ‘Sundance Film Festival’ and received favorable reviews.

 She was next seen in the biographical drama ‘JT LeRoy’ and biographical thriller ‘Lizzie’ in 2018.


In 2009, she won an ‘MTV Movie Award’ for ‘Best Female Performance’ for her role in ‘Twilight.’

She won a ‘Teen Choice Award’ for ‘Choice Movie Actress: Drama’ for ‘Twilight’ in 2009.

She was honored with an ‘Orange Rising Star Award’ by the ‘British Academy Film Association’ in 2010.

She won the ‘Kids’ Choice Award’ for ‘Cutest Couple-Taylor Lautner’ for her role in ‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’ in 2010.

She won an ‘MTV Movie Award’ for ‘Best Female Performance’ for ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ in 2011.

She received a ‘People’s Choice Award’ nomination for ‘Favorite Face of Heroism’

for her role in ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ in 2013

29. Betty White

Betty White

Early Life

Betty White was born Betty Marion Ludden White on January 17, 1922, in Oak Park, Illinois, USA.

She was the only child to her parents, Christine Tess and Horace Logan White, an executive in a lighting company.

She has a diverse ethnicity of Danish, Greek, English, Welsh, and Canadian.

She studied at the ‘Horace Mann School,’ Beverly Hills, and the ‘Beverly Hills High School.’

Professional Life:

Betty White joined the radio for reading commercials and playing small parts in plays after being rejected by movie companies.

In the 1940s, she acted in shows titled ‘The Great Gildersleeve,’

Blondie,’ and ‘This is Your FBI’ and began her radio program called ‘The Betty White Show.’

Throughout the 1950s, she went on performing in TV

commercials which included advertisements for ‘Dr. Ross Dog Food’ and other products.

The show ‘Life with Elizabeth’ was syndicated from 1952 to

1955 which gave the 30-year-old White full control on each side of the camera.

In 1954, she produced and briefly hosted the daily chat show ‘The Betty White Show’ on ‘NBC.’

In the 1970s, she produced a sitcom of an equivalent name.

Starting from 1955 up to 1975, she was a commentator on

the ‘Tournament of Roses Parade’ show with co-host, Lorne Greene.

From 1957 to 1958, she played the role of Vicki Angel in the sitcom ‘Date with the Angels.’

She appeared on the big screen for the first time in 1962,

playing the lead role in the feature drama film ‘Advise & Consent.’

In 1963, she was a co-host of the game show ‘Password’ with Allen Ludden whom she married later.

She made a guest appearance on ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ in 1973, playing the role of Sue Ann Nivens.

In 1999, she appeared in a supporting role in the monster film ‘Lake Placid.’

She starred in ‘TV Land Awards’ in 2007 and appeared in ‘Boston Legal’ from 2005 to 2008.

She appeared in ‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ from 2006 to 2009.

She played a part in the TV show ‘Hot in Cleveland’ and appeared as a guest in ‘Community’ in 2010.

She appeared in the ‘Visit California’ promotional in 2011 and recorded a remix of her original song ‘I’m Still Hot.’

Since 2015, she has been hosting the television series, ‘Betty White’s Smartest Animals in America.’

She has also lent her voice to a character in ‘SpongeBob

SquarePants’ and guest-starred in series like ‘Crowded’ and ‘Young and Hungry.’


2010 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Saturday Night Live (1975)

1996 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series the John Larroquette Show (1993)

1986 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series the Golden Girls (1985)

1976 Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Mary Tyler Moore (1970)

28. Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson

Early Life

Pamela Anderson was born on July 1, 1967, in Ladysmith,

British Columbia, Canada, to Barry, a furnace repairman, and his wife Carol. She is of mixed ancestry.

She attended ‘Ecole Highland Secondary School’ and worked as a fitness instructor after graduation.

When she was a child, she was sexually abused on multiple occasions.

Professional Life

She was spotted wearing a figure-hugging ‘Labatt Beer’

T-shirt during a football match and her image was shown

on the stadium’s video screen, which created publicity for ‘Labatt Beer.’

She moved to Los Angeles to pursue her modeling career and in 1989,

she got a chance to appear as the cover girl on ‘Playboy’ magazine’s October issue.

She got her first major role in a television series in 1992 when she was chosen to play the role of C. J. Parker on ‘Baywatch,’

a drama series that revolves around the lives of lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County, California.

She shot for ‘Baywatch’ till 1997.

She landed her first major film role in 1994 when she got a chance to star as Sarah in ‘Raw Justice.’

The steamy sex scenes in the movie ensured that she got enough attention for her role.

In 1996, she played the role of Barbara Rose Kopetski in the action film ‘Barb Wire.’

Unfortunately, the film was a commercial failure.

In 1997, she appeared on the cover of a ‘Playboy’ issue.

She acted in the television series ‘V.I.P’ that ran for four seasons from 1998 to 2002.

Her character, Valery Irons, was often shown as poking fun at Anderson’s tabloid image.

After successfully portraying C. J. Parker in the series ‘Baywatch,’

she reprised the role in the movie ‘Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding’ in 2003.

She made headlines in May 2004 by appearing naked on the cover of ‘Playboy’ magazine for the first time.

In 2008, she starred in ‘Pam: Girl on the Loose,’ a documentary series based on her life as an actress,

model, activist, and sex symbol.

The show received mostly negative reviews from critics.

In 2011, she appeared on the Argentinian version of the same show.

She was a contestant in the ninth season of ‘French Dancing with the Stars’ in 2018.


Playboy Playmate of the Month (1990)

Golden Apple Award for Most Uncooperative Actress (1997)

27. Fergie


Early Life

Born Stacy Ann Ferguson on March 27, 1975, in Hacienda Heights,

California, singer-songwriter Fergie would go on to become

a member of the popular hip-hop/rock group the Black Eyed Peas as well as a successful solo artist.

Fergie started as an actress, appearing in commercials and

doing voice work before joining the cast of Kids Incorporated in 1984.

The show featured the members of a fictional musical

organization called Kids Incorporated and allowed Fergie to demonstrate her singing ability.

 It first ran in syndication and was later acquired by the Disney Channel.

Along with Fergie, the program showcased other upcoming performers, like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Eric Balfour.

She stayed with the show for six seasons.

Professional Life

Fergie formed the pop-band Wild Orchids (previously ‘New

Rhythm Generation’) in 1990 with her friends, Renee Sandstorm, and Stefanie Ridel.

They recorded the theme song for NBC sitcom Hope & Gloria in 1995.

The band released their self -titled debut album in 1996 with hit songs like ‘Talk to Me’, ‘At Night I Pray’ and ‘Supernatural’.

Their first album sold more than 10 thousand copies in the US.

The band released three more albums Oxygen (1996), Fire (2001), and Hypnotic (2003) which were moderately successful.

Fergie fulfilled her dream of releasing her debut solo album

titled ‘The Dutchess’ in 2006 which was commercially successful.

The album included global chart-topping songs like ‘London Bridge’ featuring will.i.am and ‘Glamorous’ featuring Ludacris.

Fergie initially did voice over for Sally for two TV programs

‘It’s Flash beagle, Charlie Brown’, 1984, ‘Snoopy’s Getting Married, Charlie Brown’,

1985 and four episodes of ‘The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show’ based on Peanuts cartoon characters.

She acted for nine seasons (1984-1989) in the television show ‘Kids Incorporated’ in her teens.

Fergie is a big fan of fashion.

She has designed two handbag collections for Kipling fashion brand, North America.

 She is one of the brand ambassadors of Avon and has launched three signature perfumes – Outspoken Intense,

Viva, and Outspoken Fresh. Fergie, in 2007, featured in

several advertisements for shoes, clothing, and candy companies.


Grammy Award for Best Rap Song (2012 · All of the Lights) [Explicit]

Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Performance (2012 · All of the Lights) [Explicit]

Satellite Award for Best Ensemble – Motion Picture (2009 · Nine)

MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video (2007)

American Music Award for Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock (2007)

Much Music Video Award for iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year (2007 · Fergalicious)

MTV Australia Award for Sexiest Video (2007 · Fergalicious)

Billboard Music Award for Woman of the Year (2010)

Glamour Award for The Superstar (2010)

26. Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba

Early Life

Jessica Alba was born on April 28, 1981, in Pomona, and Mark David Alba. She has a younger brother Joshua.

Her mother was a lifeguard by profession.

Early in her life, due to her father’s career in Air Force, the family lived in various cities including Biloxi, Mississippi,

and Del Rio, Texas, before finally settling in Claremont, California.

She expressed her interest in acting when she was very young. When she was 11,

she took part in an acting competition in Beverly Hills which she won.

She attended Claremont High School, graduating from the same in 1997.

Subsequently, she attended the Atlantic Theatre Company.

Professional Life

Born to a lifeguard mother, Alba had picked up swimming traits before even turning two.

An avid swimmer and certified scuba diver, she put her

swimming skills to use for the show ‘Flipper’, wherein she featured in the role of Maya.

Started in 1995, its successful first season led way for a second season which she starred in.

Alba’s alliance with the show lasted until 1997.

The year 1998 saw her pick up guest roles in several prominent and highly rated television series including the

first season of the crime drama ‘Brooklyn South’ as Melissa Hauer, two episodes of ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ as Leanne and

for an episode of ‘The Love Boat: The Next Wave’ as Layla.

In 2008, she starred in the horror film ‘The Eye’.

Though the film failed to impress, her role received a positive response from the critics.

The same year, she starred in ‘Meet Bill’ and ‘The Love Guru’ as well.

In 2011, Jessica Alba appeared in the film ‘Spy Kids: All the Time in the World’.

Her later releases include comedy ‘A.C.O.D’ and animated film ‘Escape from Planet Earth’.

During the years 2015-16, she starred in four films, all of which were in different genres.

She did the teen independent action comedy film ‘Barely Lethal’ followed by the comedy ‘Entourage’.

Apart from her acting career, Alba is also a businesswoman.

Together with Chris Gavigan, she launched ‘The Honest Company’ in 2012.


Teen Choice Award for Choice Female Hottie (2006)

ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film 2(011 · Machete)

Glamour Award for Entrepreneur (2012)

25. Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera

Early Life

Christina Aguilera was born in Staten Island, New York to Xavier Aguilera and Shelly Moraine.

Her father was in the US army which meant that they had to

move from place to place and her mother was a violinist and a pianist.

She used to study in the Rochester Area School District and Marshall Middle School, Wexford.

In both the schools she was bullied because of her singing talent and for having appeared on the television.

Aguilera always wanted to be a singer and was locally famous for her golden voice.

In 1990, she made a public appearance for the first time on the show ‘Star Search’ but did not win the competition.

In 1993, she did ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’ with other

celebrities like Ryan Gosling, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, etc.

And, she was only 14 when she recorded her first song ‘All I Wanna Do’, a duet sung with a Japanese singer

Professional Life

In 1998, Aguilera auditioned for the soundtrack of the animated movie ‘Mulan’.

She recorded the song ‘Reflection’ and after that RCA Records signed her for a musical contract.

In 1999, she came out with her debut album ‘Christina Aguilera’ and gave hit singles like ‘Genie in a Bottle’ and ‘What a Girl Want’ to the world.

In 2000, she sang a duet with Enrique Iglesias at the Super Bowl XXXIV.

She was awarded as the Best New Artist by Grammys in the same year.

In 2000, Aguilera’s ‘My Kind of Christmas’ came out, it was a Christmas album,

which was certified platinum and sold over 3 million copies all over the world.

In 2001, Aguilera did a single called ‘Lady Marmalade’ with other renowned singers like Lil’ Kim, Mya, and Pink.

In 2002, her fourth studio album called ‘Stripped’ came out.

The video of its single ‘Dirrty’ was first premiered by MTV

and because of the over sexual portrayal of Aguilera, it was highly criticized all over.

In 2006, her fifth studio album ‘Back to Basics’ came out.

It sold 4.5 million copies throughout the world.

In 2008, Aguilera did Martin Scorsese’s documentary ‘Shine a Light’.

It featured her performing ‘Live with Me’ with Mick Jagger.

In 2010, Aguilera’s sixth studio album called ‘Bionic’ came out for which she collaborated with artists like M.I.A., Nicki Minaj, Peaches, etc.

The album had hit numbers like ‘You Lost Me’,

In 2010, she did her first full feature film called ‘Burlesque’, it was a musical.

The movie was written and directed by ‘Steve Ant in’ who wrote the movie keeping her in mind.

In 2012, Aguilera did her seventh studio album called ‘Lotus’.

The album received mixed reviews from the critics and could not do very well commercially.


Billboard Music Award

Female Artist of the Year (2000)

Top Latin Pop Album (2000)

Grammy Awards

2015    Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

2007    Best Female Pop Vocal Performance   

2004    Best Female Pop Vocal Performance   

2002    Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals   

2000    Best New Artist

24. Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock

First life

She was born on July 26, 1964, in the USA, to John Bullock, a ‘United States Army’ employee and his German wife Helga

Mathilda Meyer, who was an opera singer and voice trainer. Bullock is of mixed ancestry.

For the first 12 years of her life, she was raised in Germany and Austria.

As a result, she can speak fluent German

She started playing small roles in his mother’s operas from the age of five.

Eventually, she fell in love with the performing arts and started performing regularly with a children’s opera.

She visited Washington-Lee high school where she was a cheerleader.

She actively participated in the theater productions of the school and obtained his diploma in 1982.

He enrolled at “University of East Carolina” to study theater.

She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama in 1986 and moved to New York the same year in search of acting jobs.

Subsequently, he took acting lessons at the “Neighborhood Playhouse Theater”.

Professional Life

When she started as an actress, she appeared in several student films.

She starred in a theatrical production of “No Time Flat” and

her performance remarked, allowing her to play roles in films.

In her first film role, she appeared under the name Lisa Edwards in the 1987 film “Hangman”,

which revolves around the murder of an American senator and its aftermath.

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he appeared in films such as “Love Potion No. 9”

In 1996, he appeared in the film adaptation of John Grisham’s novel “A Time to Kill”.

The film had Kevin Spacey, Samuel Jackson, and Oliver Platt playing lead roles.

In 2009, she played a major role in the semi-biographical sports drama “The Blind Side”,

which tells the story of Michael Oher, a young athlete from a broken and dysfunctional family.

The film also recounts the adoption of Oher by an affected couple.

Her next film “ Bird Box ” (2018), in which she played the role of a protective mother who saves her children from

supernatural entities, received universal praise and her performance was praised by many.

Directed by Susanne Bier, the film was a post-apocalyptic horror thriller.


Oscar for best actress (2010 · The blind side)

Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Film – Drama (2010 · The blind side)

Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress (2010 · The blind side)

MTV Film Award for best female performance (1995Speed)

Screen Actors Guild Award for exceptional performance of an actress in a leading role (2010 · The blind side)

23. Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

First life

She was born on October 21, 1980, under the name of

Kimberly Noel Kim Kardashian in Los Angeles, California to Robert Kardashian and Kris Houghton.

She has three brothers, Kourtney, Khloe, and Rob.

After her parents’ divorce in 1991, her mother remarried Bruce Jenner, an athlete, the same year.

She has twin stepsisters, Kendall and Kylie, born from her mother’s second marriage.

She went to Roman Catholic Girls School, Marymount High School in Los Angeles.

Professional Life

Around 2003, she was the center of attention for the first time because of her friendship with the famous socialite Paris Hilton.

In 2007, she caught the attention of the media after the leak of her sex tape with her ex-boyfriend, Ray J, recorded in 2003.

She then brought legal action against Vivid Entertainment, which distributed it.

He then abandoned the request for a 5-million-euro deal.

In 2008, she starred as “Lisa” in the parody film “Disaster Movie”.

The same year, he also announced that he would participate in the real estate dance performance, “Dancing with the Stars”.

In 2009, she appeared as a guest in the “Benefits” episode of the television program “How I Met Your Mother”.

That year, she approved Shoe Dazzle purchases and the vanilla cupcake mix flavor called “Va-Va-Va-Nilla” from Famous Cupcakes.

In 2010, he signed numerous sponsorship agreements and appeared in the film “Deep in the Valley”.

He then produced the reality show “The Spin Crowd”.

In 2011, she launched another of her perfumes called “Gold” and her wedding perfume, “Kim Kardashian Love”.

That year, a two-part series of her wedding preparations and her wedding was broadcast on television.

In 2012, he launched the perfume “True Reflection”.

The same year, she starred as “Nikki LePree” in the television series “Drop Dead Diva” and appeared as herself

in the television programs “30 Rock” and “Punk’d”.

2013, he voiced his voice in the adult animation series “American Dad!”.

2014, she appeared on the cover of the fashion magazine ‘Paper’.

The same year, he also released a mobile game for iPhone and Android called “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood”.

In 2015, she was the cover model for “Vogue Spain ” and also released an emoji pack for iOS devices called Kimoji.

In 2018, he played a cameo in the short film ‘Ocean’s 8’


In 2010, one of his wax figures was inaugurated at the Madame Tussauds branch in New York.

Same Year, she received the Teen Choice Award Choice Female Reality / Variety Star for ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’.

She received the Teen Choice Award Choice Female Reality / Variety Star for ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ in 2013.

22. Katy Perry

Katy Perry

Early Life

Katy Perry was born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson on 25 October 1984, in Santa Barbara, California, to Maurice Keith

Hudson and Mary Christine Perry.

She has two siblings, an elder sister, and a younger brother.

She received elementary education from institutions,

such as ‘Paradise Valley Christian School’ and ‘Santa Barbara Christian School.’

She completed her General Educational Development (GED) requisites from the ‘Dos Pueblos High School’ when she was 15 years old.

In Nashville, she was trained in songwriting and playing the guitar.

She took dancing lessons and learned different forms of American dance, such as swing, Lindy Hop, and jitterbug.

Professional Life

Her first music album “Katy Hudson” was a spiritual record which was released in 2001.

The album was launched under the music record label, ‘Red Hill Records.’

Unfortunately, the album was not a successful one.

In 2004, Perry was signed to Ballard’s label, ‘Java,’ which was then affiliated with ‘The Island Def Jam Music Group.’

In 2005, the film ‘The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants’ included a song sung by Katy Perry.

She was also a backing vocalist for songs, such as ‘Old Habits Die Hard’ and ‘Goodbye for Now.’

In 2006, she was featured in the video of a song titled ‘Learn to Fly.’

In 2008, her songs ‘I Kissed a Girl’ and ‘Hot n cold’ from the

album ‘One of the Boys’ hit the music stores and they were received well by the listeners.

The songs topped several music charts in many countries.

In 2009, her live music album named ‘MTV Unplugged’ was produced.

It included five singles from the album ‘One of the Boys’ and also had two new songs.

Perry was also featured in the remix version of the song ‘Starstrukk’ along with the band ‘3OH!3.’

In February 2017, Perry released the lead single ‘Chained to the Rhythm’ featuring Skip Marley from her fifth studio album, ‘Witness.’

The song reached number one in Hungary and number four in the United States.

The album’s singles, ‘Bon Appétit’ and ‘Swish,’ peaked at number 59 and 46 respectively in the United States.

Her album ‘Witness’ was released in June 2017 to mixed reviews, and debuted at number one in the United States.

She hosted the 2017 ‘MTV Video Music Awards.’ Perry signed

a $25 million contract to serve as a judge on ABC’s revival of ‘American Idol,’ which premiered in March 2018.

In June 2019, Perry appeared in the music video of Taylor Swift’s song ‘You Need to Calm Down.’


MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year (2011)

Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist (2009)

 MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video (2014 Dark Horse)

Billboard Music Award for Top Female Artist (2014)

MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction (2012 Wide Awake)

Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Female Artist (2013, 2011)

NRJ Music Award for International Song of the Year (2013 · Roar)

MTV Video Music Award for Best Visual Effects(2011 · E.T.)

American Music Award for Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock (2014, 2012)

MTV Video Music Award for Best Collaboration (2011 · E.T.)

People’s Choice Award for Favorite Music Video (2014, 2013, 2012 ·

Roar, Part of Me, Last Friday Night) (T.G.I.F.)

NRJ Music Award for International Album of the Year (2009 · One of the Boys)

Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer: Song (2010 · California Gurls)

YouTube Music Award (2015)

MTV Australia Award for Best Breakthrough (2009)

21. Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama

First Life

Michelle Obama was born on 17 Jan 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, Michelle’s father,

Fraser Robinson, was a city pump operator and a captain in the Democratic Quarter.

Her mother, Marian, was a secretary with Spiegel but then stayed at home to raise Michelle and her older brother, Craig.

Just 21 months apart, Craig and Michelle were often mistaken for twins.

The Robinson family lived in a small bungalow south of Chicago.

Michelle and Craig shared the accommodation, sleeping in the living room with a sheet that serves as a makeshift room divider.

It was a close-knit family, usually sharing meals, reading, and playing together.

Professional Life

After law school, Obama became a partner in the Chicago office of the law firm Sidley & Austin, where she met her future husband Barack.

Within the firm, he worked in marketing and intellectual property law.

In 1991, she held public sector positions in the city of

Chicago government as assistant to the mayor and assistant planning and development commissioner.

In 1993, she became Executive Director of the Chicago Office of Public Allies, a non-profit organization that encourages

young people to work on social issues in non-profit groups and government agencies.

He worked there for almost four years and set fundraising records for the organization,

which was still standing 12 years after his departure.

Obama was a paid member of the board of directors of Treehouse Foods, Inc., a major supplier to Wal-Mart, shortly

after her husband was in the Senate until she cut ties shortly after that her husband announced her candidacy to the presidency;

 He criticized Wal-Mart’s labor policies at an AFL-CIO forum in Trenton, New Jersey on May 14, 2007.

He also served on the board of the Chicago Global Affairs Council.


Glamor Special Recognition Award (2009)

Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album (2020)

Special Shorty Award for GIFStar (2013)

Shorty Prize for Literature (2019)

NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work – Biography / Autobiography (2019)

Audie Prize for autobiography/memories (2020

20. Lindsay Lohan

 Lindsay Lohan

Early life

Born on July 2, 1986, Lindsay Morgan Lohan was part of a family closely related to the entertainment world.

His father Michael, a former child actor, had several careers;

He owned a pasta business, worked in finance as a Wall Street merchant, and produced films.

Lohan’s mother Dina has also been shown to have many talents.

The former professional dancer, one of the Rockets of the famous Radio City Music Hall,

also worked as an analyst on Wall Street and later became the manager of her daughter.

Lohan’s younger brother, also named Michael, is also an actor,

as he made his film debut in a small role in The Parent Trap. Lohan has two other younger brothers, Aliana and Dakota.

Professional life:

The role of Lohan took place in 2002 when she was chosen as teenage girl Anna Coleman in another Disney remake, Freaky Friday.

Lohan plays a teenage girl involved in constant conflict with her widowed mother, Tess Coleman, played by Jamie Lee Curtis (1958–).

Anna and Tess hardly understand each other Tess complains

about her daughter’s loud music, punk-rock clothes, and a love for children.

Anna regrets her mother’s plans to remarry, her attempts to

control the details of her daughter’s life, and her refusal to take Anna’s musical ambitions seriously.

After having dinner in a Chinese restaurant one evening, Anna and Tess receive identical messages on their makeshift cookies,

a sign of the mysterious event which causes the mother and daughter to wake up in each other’s bodies the next morning.

In a role created in 1976 by the famous actress and director Jodie Foster (1962–),

Lohan graciously managed what amounts to a double role: Anna, the teenager, and Tess, the mother imprisoned in the body of a teenager.

The film, released in 2003, became a success, its combination

of crazy comedy and comforting family ties having seduced adults and its younger target audience.


2006, Screen Actors Guild Awards — Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture: Nominee

2007, the Best Acting Ensemble: Nominee Critics’ Choice Awards.

2005, Critics’ Choice Awards — Best Young Actress: Nominee

19. Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson

Early Life

Jessica Ann Simpson was born Joseph “Joe” Simpson and his wife Tina Ann on 10 July 1980, in Abilene, Texas.

She has a younger sibling, Ashlee Simpson, who is also an actress and singer-songwriter.

Jessica enlisted in J. In Richardson, Texas, J. Pearce High School, where she became involved in theatre.

In her junior year, however, she left school to study music and later completed the GED exam.

The family often moved when she was a child to work for her father, but eventually settled in Richardson, Texas.

As a child, she sang in the church choir, and when she was 11, she discovered her passion for becoming a musician.

Professional Life

At 12, Jessica Simpson successfully auditioned for a worldwide talent hunt for ‘The Mickey Mouse Club,’ singing ‘Amazing Grace’ and dancing to ‘Ice Ice Boy.’

She eventually won the different levels to become one of the six finalists, along with Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Justin Timberlake.

Still, She failed to perform due to nervousness at the final audition.

Luckily, her second chance came in a couple of weeks when she was singing in a church choir.

A guest speaker about to launch a gospel label invited her for an audition and signed her after listening to her interpretation of the version of ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston.

She collaborated with Proclaim Records for the next few years to record her debut album, ‘Jessica,’ which in the end remained unreleased as the record label went bankrupt.

Her grandmother personally sponsored the release of a few copies of the album in 1994, to be submitted as a demo to different record labels.

In July 1997, Columbia Records head Tommy Mottola signed her as a contrast to contemporary singers Spears and Aguilera.

She stormed with her debut single, ‘I Wanna Love You Forever’ in the music industry on September 28, 1999, which reached No.3 on the US ‘Billboard Top 100’ list.

Her debut studio album, ‘Sweet Kisses,’ was released on November 23, 1999. Her then-boyfriend, Nick Lachey, starred on the ‘I Think I’m in Love with You’ single and the title track, ‘Warm Kisses,’ charted on ‘Billboard 200’ at 25.

Following her record label’s suggestion, she expected a polished image for her second album, ‘Irresistible,’ released in May 2001.

The album debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at No.6 but was less commercially successful, and criticized for sexual themes on its lead single.

In 2006, she signed a new record contract with Epic Records and released her fifth studio album, ‘A Public Affair,’ which was the last of her collections to achieve moderate commercial success.

She went on to release two additional studio albums, ‘Do You Know’ (2008) and ‘Happy Christmas’ (2010), both considered to be flops.

Around this time, she also appeared in a few movies — including ‘Employee of the Month’ (2006), ‘Blonde Ambition’ (2007), and ‘Private Valentine: Blonde & Dangerous’ (2008)— all of which struggled at the box office.

But her 2010 VH1 documentary show, ‘The Price of Beauty,’ which saw her travel around the world in various cultures finding various definitions of beauty, was a success.


18. Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

Early Life

Sarah Louise Heath was born in Sandpoint, Idaho, on 11 February 1964.

She moved to Alaska at the age of 3 months when she employed her parents to work in Skagway, southeast Alaska.

Charles, the father of Sarah Palin, was a science teacher and a track coach.

Her mom, Sally, was a secretary at the school.

Palin grew up in Wasilla’s small town, about 40 miles north of Anchorage.

She played on the Basketball team of state champion girls at

Wasilla High School in 1982, picking up the nickname “Sarah Barracuda” for her competitive style of playing.

An outdoor lover, Palin grew up as an amateur hunter and

the National Rifle Association’s lifetime leader, eating moose hamburgers and riding snowmobiles.

Professional Life

Palin agreed to move into the political arena in 1992.

Running on the Republican ticket, she won a seat on the Wasilla City Council by opposing tax increases and was

elected mayor of Wasilla four years later, knocking off three-term incumbent John Stein from 651 to 440.

Palin, as mayor, reduced property taxes, and cut spending.

To create a famous sports complex and bring more money into public safety, she also increased the city sales tax by half a percent.

According to the independent advocacy organization Taxpayers for Common Sense, Mayor Palin has successfully used the congressional earmarking scheme, receiving $26.9 million in such funding.

In 2002, Palin ran her first statewide campaign in a Republican nomination bid for lieutenant governor but lost by less than 2,000 votes.

Then, in 2003, Alaska Governor Frank Murkowski appointed Palin to preside over the Oil and Gas Management Commission.

A year later, she resigned in protest at what she viewed as

the “lack of integrity” of fellow Alaskan Republican officials, including Republican Party Chairman Randy Ruedrich.

In 2006, Palin beat Murkowski, winning the Republican primary for Governor.

She went on to win the November 2006 general election by beating former Democratic Governor Tony Knowles, 49 to 41 percent.

Palin made history with her election as Alaska’s first female Governor, as well as its youngest Governor.

She was also the first governor of the state to be born in 1959 after Alaska gained statehood.


17. Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey

Early Life

Carey was born on 27 March 1970 to Alfred Roy Carey, a Venezuelan aeronautical engineer in Huntington, Long Island,

New York, and Patricia Carey, a voice teacher, and opera singer. She has two older siblings: Morgan, a brother, and Alison, a niece.

Once she was three years old, Carey’s parents divorced.

She shocked her mother by imitating her operatic singing as

early as she was two years old, and she took singing lessons starting at age four.

Carey would eventually grow a voice that spanned five octaves.

Carey moved to Manhattan after graduating from Harborfields High School in Greenlawn, New York, in 1987,

where she worked as a waitress and coat check girl and studied cosmetology while writing songs and actively pursuing a night music career.

Professional Life

Carey and her sister, singer Brenda K. Starr, had gone to a party hosted by CBS Records when she was 18. Starr asked Carey to bring one of her demo tapes along.

She wanted to send the tape to Jerry Greenberg from Columbia.

Still, it was intercepted by Tommy Mottola, the president of Columbia Records (later Sony), before she could hand it to Greenberg.

After listening to the tape from the party on the way home, Mottola instantly signed Carey and put her to work on her

first album, Mariah Carey (1990), which included four single No. 1: “Dream of Love,” “Love Takes Time,” “Any Day,” and “I Don’t Wanna Cry.”

Her second album, Emotions, was released in 1992; the title track became her fifth single No. 1 and featured the hits “Can’t Let Go.”


16. Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez

Early Life

Born July 24, 1969, Lopez started her career as a dancer in the Bronx, New York, and starred in stage musicals and numerous music videos.

She won a national competition in 1990 and won a spot dance as one of the “Fly Ladies” on the popular Fox comedy television show In Living Color.

Several small acting jobs followed, including parts in two more plays and a TV film, Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7, in 1993.

Professional Life

In 1995, the critically acclaimed Mi Familia, or My Family, was Lopez’s first feature film. She also starred in Money

Train (1995), alongside Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson, and in Jack (1996), directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Robin Williams.

In 1997 Lopez made her debut in Selena, the biopic of Tejano’s pop singer Selena Quintilliana-Perez who was murdered by a fan in 1995, when she was chosen to play character.

Lopez has received widespread recognition for her performance, including a nomination for the Golden Globe.

The same year Lopez starred opposite Jack Nicholson in the forgettable Anaconda and Blood and Wine.

Her role as federal marshal Karen Sisco in Out of Reach of Steven Soderbergh, a film based on the novel Elmore

Leonard and co-starring George Clooney, further enhanced her reputation as a bankable film star.


15. Megan Fox

Megan Fox

Early Life

Megan Fox was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on 16 May 1986.

At five years of age, she started to learn how to sing and dance, which she went on to St Petersburg, Florida, at ten years of age with her family.

At 13, she entered her range of modeling classes.

In 1999, at the American Modeling and Talent Festival, Fox won many awards.

This success prompted her to leave high school, and just a few years later, at the age of 16, she moved to Los Angeles.

Professional Life

In the 2001 Olympic twins comedy, Holidays in the Sun, Fox landed her first big break as a bratty inherited.

The movie was made to a DVD directly with a massive cult fanbase.

Fox continued to be involved in guest roles on TV over the next couple of years.

Her next appearance was in the Swedish-produced Ocean Ave soap opera in 2002.

That same year Fox was invited to show what I like about you in the WB network, starring Amanda Bynes.

2004 for Fox was a perfect year.

She was a frequent actress at the short-lived WB sitcom The Aid and appeared at Two and one-Half People, which

starred both Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer.

She also took part in the ABC sitcom of Hope and Faith,

where her second and third seasons were played by the daughter of Faith Ford’s character.

In 2005, she was nominated for the Young Artists Award. Also,

Fox returned to the film work in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen that year when she won the role of Carla Santi, a rival to Lindsay Lohan’s character.


14. Oprah


Early Life

On 29 January 1954, Winfrey was born in Kosciusko, a rural town in Mississippi.

Winfrey moved to Nashville to live with her father and barber, Vernon,

after tumultuous teenage years in a small farming community

where she was sexually assaulted by a number of her mother’s relatives and friends.

Winfrey joined the State University of Tennessee in 1971.

In Nashville, she began working for radio and television.

Professional Life

In 1976, she moved to Baltimore, Maryland, where she was hosting the People Are Talking TV chat show.

The series was a success, and Winfrey remained there eight years later and was hosting A.M., her morning show, from a Chicago TV station. Phil Donahue was his biggest rival in the time slot.

Winfrey’s open warm personal style, over several months from last to the beginning, had earned her 100,000 more viewers than Donahue and laid the Oprah Winfrey Show as a cohesive nationwide network for 25 years up until 2011 in 1986.

In 1986 the Oprah Winfrey Show was introduced. At the very end of its first year, Winfrey earned $30 million in gross sales from 120 outlets and an audience of 10 million people.


13. Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie

Early Life

Actress and humanist Angelina Jolie Voight were born, actress Jon Voight and actress Marcheline Bertrand, on 4 June 1975 in Los Angeles, California.

She started to act at a young age, and in her early years, she studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre School.

Jolie attended the University of New York later.

Professional Life

Angelina Jolie became a popular performer in the 1990s.

In 1998, she starred in the television film Gia, based on Gia Marie Carangi’s brief and dramatic life, and won Golden Globe’s best actress.

Her rapid climb with the success of Child, Disrupted (1999), the rebels of a traditional group of young people, was the best-supporting actress in her career.

Jolie has continued to play a variety of essential roles in the new millennium.

In the Tomb Raider films (2001 and 2003), she portrayed Lara Croft, a Takes Lives FBI profiler (2004), and a Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow squadron commander (2004).

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12. Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Early Life

He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, on December 13, 1989, and grew up in the suburban area of Philadelphia.

Her original 2006 record peaked at 5th on Billboard 200 and was on the list in 2000 for the most weeks.

Professional Life

Swift has also been to Nashville, the home of country music in Tennessee, to pursue her musical career.

She wrote songs there together and tried to reach an agreement on a recording.

To continue Swift’s career, Swift and her family took notice of its dedication and moved to nearby Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Swift was effectively contracted to Scott Borchetta’s Big Machine Records with excellent performance at The Bluebird cafe of Nashville.

Her first single, “Tim McGraw,” was released in 2006, and this song became a top ten hit.

In October of the same year, she also featured on her self-titled debut album with more than 2,5 million copies.

There soon followed more successful songs, including the No.1 country hit “Our Song.” The famous tracks also included “Teardrops on My Guitar,” “Image to Burn,” and “Should’ve Said No.”

In addition to its commercial success, Swift was also widely praised for her debut.

In 2007, she received the Horizon Award for Top New Female Vocalist from the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Country Music Academy Award.

The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection will be published in 2007.

Her versions of “Silent Night” and “Santa Baby” were moderate hits.

Swift received the “Female Vocalist of the Year” Award from the Academy of Country Music, the “Favorite Female Country Artist” award from the U.S. Music Award, and the “Horizon” award from the American Music Association in 2008.

Swift released her next album, Fearless (2008), which reached the top of the country and pop charts and stayed there for 11 weeks.

By the year’s end, Swift became the country’s most sold artist in 2008.

In 2009, her work on Fearless Swift had been awarded several awards, including Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year at CMT Music Awards for Love Story.

On Sept. 13, 2009, Swift became the first country music star to receive the MTV Video Music Award for “Bester Female Video.”

The win was controversial when rapper Kanye West walked on to the stage during Swift’s talk and picked up the micro and denied the award of R&B singer Beyonce to Swift.

The astonished Swift could not speak in favor, and West was removed from the show.

When Beyonce later accepted her “Best Video of the Year” honor, she called Swift for the stage to end her lecture.

West subsequently apologized privately to Swift and apologized for The Jay Leno Show in public.


11. Shakira


Early Life

Shakira was full-time Shakira musician Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, born Feb. 2, 1977, Barranquilla, Columbia,

and was one of the most popular Latin American recorders in both the Spanish and the English markets in the early 2000s.

Professional Life

Belly dance started at a young age and, at the age of 10, began to compose songs and compete with talent.

A local theater producer helped her to hold a 1990 audition with a manager of Sone Corp., followed by a record contract for Shakira.

However, her two first albums, Magia (1991) and Peligro (1993) were only mildly successful.

Shakira resumed her music career with the Pies Descalzos (1995) after breaking from recording to acting in the Latin soap opera The Oasis.

The song made many hits, including ‘I am here,’ ‘I’m thinking about you,’ and ‘A bit about love.’

In 1998 Shakira released ‘Where are the thieves?’, including a variety of unforgettable individuals.

For best vocal female pop (“Ojos así”) and best rock vocal performances (“Octavo día”), she was specially awarded Latin Grammy Awards.

Then she concentrated her energies on the American market.

She received her album MTV Unplugged (2000) in 2001 and released her first English album Laundry Service for the best Latin pop album the same year.

The Grammy Awards was awarded.

While some of her English-speaking skills (Shakira wrote all her text) were challenged, Laundry Service sold over 13 million copies worldwide.


10. Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne

Early Life

She was born in Canada, on September 27, 1984.

She was born in Napanee, Ontario, a small town.

Her French-Canadian parents Jean-Claude and Judy were devout Baptists.

She was exposed to music by the age of two through her mother’s church songs.

Until the age of 12, she was just a singer.

Soon, she started teaching herself to play the guitar and also started writing songs.

Lavigne had its very first taste of success in 1999.

She won a singing contest and took the stage alongside Shania Twain in Canada’s capital, Ottawa.

In 1999, she was spotted by Cliff Fabri, who eventually

became her first professional manager, while she was performing at a bookstore in Kingston, Ontario.

Professional Life

In June 2002, ‘Let Go,’ her first album was released.

It peaked at number two on ‘US Billboard 200,’ and also featured on music charts in the UK, Canada, and Australia.

In 2004, she set out on her second world tour titled ‘Bonez Tour,’ during which she performed in almost all the continents for a year.

In 2006, she performed her popular song ‘Who Knows’ at the closing ceremony of the ‘Torino Olympics.’

In 2007, she released her third album ‘The Best Damn Thing.’

The single ‘Girlfriend’ from the album became popular and rocked the music charts, peaking at number one on the ‘US Billboard.’

Hard-working and smart, Lavigne was well aware of the fact that world tours would increase her popularity.

In 2008, she went on her third world tour ‘The Best Damn Tour’ to promote her album ‘The Best Damn Thing.’

Over the course of her four albums, Lavigne scored a string of hit singles, such as ‘Complicated,’ ‘Sk8er Boi,’ ‘I’m With You,’ ‘Losing Grip,’ ‘Don’t Tell Me,’ ‘My Happy Ending,’

The single ‘Here’s to never growing up,’ from her much-talked-about self-titled album was released in 2013.

The album ‘Avril Lavigne’ was released in November 2013 by ‘Epic Records’ and opened at number five at ‘US Billboard 200.’

Her sixth album ‘Head Above Water’ was released in February 2019 by the ‘BMG’ label.

While it peaked at the top 10 positions in countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, and Italy, it opened at number

13 on ‘US Billboard 200,’ making it a moderate success in comparison with her previous albums.


2004    Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture   

2002    Best New Artist in a Video

9. Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton

 Early Life

Hilton, a former actress Kathy Richards and Richard Hilton, was born in Paris on 17 February 1981.

She is the eldest of her other three siblings – Nicholai, Barron, and Conrad. She is of German, Norwegian, Italian and Irish ancestry.

At the age of 14, the family moved to the East Coast and she then attended an array of schools including ‘Convent of the

Sacred Heart’, ‘Provo Canyon School’, ‘Canterbury Boarding School’ and ‘Dwight School’, before dropping out as a high school junior.

She began modeling from very early on and signed her first modeling contract with the agency ‘T Management’ at the age of 19.

She enjoyed modeling, and soon became a frequent face on tabloids and scenes at parties.

Young Paris Hilton gained a ‘socialite’ reputation by 2001 and was known as ‘the leading IT girl in New York.’

The following year, she was given a small role in the horror film, ‘Nine Lives’.

Professional Life

In her very own reality series, ‘The Easy Life,’ she performed with her best friend, Nicole Richie in 2003, her first breakthrough as an actress.

She had incredibly high ratings as Hilton had just recently become a mess with her sex tape.

In 2004, Hilton created its luxury brand and designed an Amazon.com 10-piece collection for sale.

She published her memoir, “A Tongue-in-Chin Peek Behind the Pose Confessions of a Hirt” the same year, and also began her fragrance collection.

In December 2006, she produced and starred in the movie, ‘National Lampoon’s Pledge This!’ which was released directly to the video.

In 2007, she released a hair extensions line called ‘DreamCatchers’.

The same year, her license was once again suspended and she was confined to jail.

From 2012 to 2013, she was involved in many projects including coming up with a new sunglasses line,

 Her new perfume line, ‘Dazzle’, appearing in a Korean music video and bagging roles in the reality shows, ‘Paradise Hotel’ and ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’.

Since then, she has also appeared in the 2013 film, ‘The Bling Ring’.

In October 2013, Paris Hilton came up with the first single from her upcoming second studio album, “Good Time”.

The song also featured rapper Lil Wayne and it debuted at number 18 on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

The second single, “Come Alive”, and the third single “High Off My Love”, from her upcoming second studio album, were released in July 2014 and May 2015, respectively.


In 2009, she won the Fifi Award for ‘Female Celebrity Fragrance of the Year’.

In 2009, she was presented the Fox Reality Award for ‘Innovator of the Year’.

Men’s Health magazine featured Paris Hilton’s name in the list of ‘100 Hottest Women of All-Time’.

8. Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

Early Life

Christened Destiny Hope Cyrus, Miley Cyrus was born on

November 23, 1992, to Billy Ray Cyrus, a country musician, and Letitia Jean Tish in Nashville, Tennessee.

She shared a close relationship with her paternal grandfather.

She was raised in Franklin, Tennessee, where she attended the Heritage Elementary School.

Later in 2001, when she was eight years old her family relocated to Toronto, Canada.

It was while watching her father act in the television series ‘Doc’ that she was inspired to take up acting professionally.

To pursue the same, she started attending singing and acting classes at the Armstrong Acting Studio in Toronto.

She enrolled herself at Options for Youth Charter Schools.

Additionally, she even appointed a private tutor with whom she studied in between shootings, at the sets of the television show.

Professional Life

Her first stint with acting was for the 2001-released family medical drama series, ‘Doc’.

Her father starred in this series and also composed the theme music for the show.

In 2006, she began to star in the Disney Channel television show, ‘Hannah Montana’.

In the show, she played the role of a teenage girl who is a famous pop singer.

The series was a big hit and launched the career of this talented newbie in the entertainment industry.

In February 2008, she starred in the Walt Disney Pictures 3D concert film of the tour, ‘Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert’.

Directed by Bruce Hendricks, the film earned over $31 million at the box office.

In July 2008, she came out with her second studio album, ‘Breakout’.

The album debuted at number one position on the Billboard 200 in its very first week of release.

It not only established her singing career but also gave a

fairy-tale start to her songwriting career, as she co-wrote eight of the ten songs in the album.

In 2009, she starred in the comedy-drama film, ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’, based on the TV show, ‘Hannah Montana’.

The film was a financial success and so was its soundtrack which contained twelve songs performed by her.

She was seen in the third and fourth season of ‘Hannah Montana’ series.

Meanwhile, she released her third studio album, ‘Can’t Be Tamed’ in June 2010.

In 2011, she hosted the Saturday Night Live and appeared on the MTV series Punk’d.

The following year, she starred in a couple of movies

including, ‘Sex and the City 2’, ‘LOL’, ‘So Undercover’, and the 3D concert film, ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’.


2009    Best Song from a Movie

2010    Favorite Breakout Movie Actress   

7. Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber

Early Life

Justin Bieber, born on March 1, 1994, started singing when he was 12 and finished second when he took part in a local singing competition.

At the time, I didn’t take it too seriously, I just would sing around the house, “he remembered.

Professional Life

In November 2009, Bieber’s debut album, My Country, hit stores, selling more than 137,000 copies within a week.

Bieber released My World 2.0 in 2010, which offered ten new songs for his growing fan base.

Never Say Never was released in 2011, coming out the same year with a holiday album, Under the Mistletoe.

In 2012, the album Believe sold 374,000 copies in its first

week, a downbeat album without a hit single, until the disappointment of the following year’s Journals.

Bieber made a significant comeback with Purpose in 2015, which by the end of the year had been his fifth million-selling album in the U.S.

The 25-year-old became the youngest artist to have seven albums reach the top spot on the Billboard Hot 200 after the

release of Changes in February 2020, breaking the record once held by a 26-year-old Elvis Presley.


6. Britney Spears

Britney Spears

Early Years

Britney Spears was born on 2 December 1981 in McComb, Mississippi to Lynne Irene and James Parnell Spears.

She was brought up in Kentwood, Louisiana.

In the 1990s, when she was only 8 years old, her mother took her to Atlanta for an audition for Disney’s ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’.

Spears was rejected at the time for being too young, but in the process, she was introduced to a talent agent, Nancy Carson.

Nancy Carson got her enrolled in the Professional Performing Arts School.

Spears moved to New York with her mother and she did a

musical called ‘Ruthless!’, took part in ‘Star Search’, and appeared in many TV commercials.

In 1992, she again auditioned for ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’ and was selected this time along with other child artists like

Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera, etc.

Professional Life

In 1997, Spears was appointed by the senior vice president of A&R to work with the producer Eric Foster who shaped

her voice into more of pop style, and her first album was recorded in Cheiron Studios, Stockholm, Sweden.

In 1999, her debut album ‘Baby One More Time’ was released and it topped the Billboard 200 chart as soon as it came out.

Its title track ranked number one at Billboard Hot 100 and it became the biggest selling album by a teenager.

In 2007, she released ‘Blackout’ which sold 3 million copies all over the world and won Album of the year award at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

She performed on ‘Gimme More’ at MTV VMAs in the same year.

In 2008, her sixth studio album ‘Circus’ was released and became a number one in the Czech Republic and Canada.

She became the youngest female artist to have 5 of her albums on number one in the ‘Guinness Book of World Records’.

In 2011, she released her seventh studio album ‘Femme Fatale’, which ranked number one in the US, Australia, Canada, etc.

In the same year, she toured for ‘Femme Fatale’ and received positive reviews from the critics for it.


1 – 2017 Favorite Female Artist

2 – 2017 Favorite Pop Artist

3 – 2017 Favorite Social Media Celebrity

4 – 2017 Favorite Comedic Collaboration

5 – 2016    Favorite Social Media Celebrity

6 – 2014    Favorite Pop Artist

5. Rihanna


Early Life

Robyn Rihanna Fenty was born on February 20, 1988, in

Saint Michael, Barbados, daughter of Monica Braithwaite, accountant, and Ronald Fenty, a warehouse supervisor.

It is of mixed origin, which explains its exotic aspect.

She has two brothers and three half-brothers.

Her childhood was difficult, marred by constant arguments between his parents and his possible divorce.

Her father was a cocaine-addicted alcoholic who has since overcome his addictions.

She received his education from Broome Memorial Elementary School and Combermere High School.

She loved music from a young age and started singing at the age of seven,

then formed a musical trio with his classmates when she was a high school student.

She had the opportunity to meet the American record producer Evan Rogers in 2003 and performed a few songs in his presence.

The record producer was impressed with the teenager’s talent and invited her to New York to record demo tapes that could be sent to the record companies.

Professional Life

Shortly thereafter, Rihanna signed a contract with DefJam Recordings and released her first album, “Music of the Sun” in 2005.

She debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200 and sold over two million copies in the world despite receiving mixed reviews from critics.

After being more successful in the following months, he undertook the Glow in the Dark tour with Kanye West, Lupe, NERD, and others in 2008.

The concert tour went to Latin America, Asia, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia, and she has received many rave reviews.

In 2009, his long-awaited album “Rated R” was released. She adopted a new musical style on this album which was well received by her fans.

The album peaked fourth in the US Billboard 200 ranking.

USA And it featured the single “Rude Boy”, which dominated the US Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks.

2010 was a very busy year for her.

Her album “Loud” became a super hit, prompting the artist to embark on the Loud Tour to further promote it.

“Loud” has generated many hits, including “What’s My Name”, “Only Girl (In the World)” and y S&M “.

She has also appeared in many hits by other artists, including” Run this Town “by Jay-Z, “Love the Way You Lie” by Eminem, and “All of the Lights” by Kanye West.

Her next album “Talk That Talk”, released in 2011, was a dance/dance crossover pop / R&B album with elements of hip hop, dubstep, electronics, and house music.

The songs on the album revolved around a lustful and romantic nihilist lover.

The album debuted at no. # 3 on the US Billboard 200 USA And she presented the singles “Talk That Talk”, “We Found Love” and “You da One”.

In 2012, she released the album “Unapologetic”, mainly a pop and R&B album which incorporates elements of dubstep, hip hop, EDM, and reggae.

She presented seven singles, including the international hits “Diamonds” and “Stay”. Her latest album is “Home”, released in 2015.

In addition to her musical career, she has also appeared in small roles in films such as “This Is the End” (2013), “Annie” (2014), and “Home” (2015).

She is also an entrepreneur and co-owner, with other musical artists, of the Tidal music streaming service.


Bravo Otto – Super Singer – Female (2012, 2011)

Grammy Award for Best Rap Song (2010 · Run This Town

CFDA Fashion Icon Award) (2014)

Grammy Award for Best Video (2013 We Found Love) (extended mix by Calvin Harris)MTV Video Music Award for

Video of the Year (2012, 2007We Found Love (extended mix by Calvin Harris), Umbrella)

4. Beyonce


 Early Life

She is the daughter of Mathew Knowles and Tina.

Her dad was a sales manager while her mother was employed as a hairdresser and the owner of a salon.

She attended St. She also learned to dance at Mary’s Elementary High.

From a young age, she enjoyed singing.

In 1990, she enrolled in Parker Elementary School, a music magnet academy, and before going on to Alief Elsik High

School she attended both the high school for performing and visual arts.

At the age of eight, she auditioned for an all-girl school.

She and Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson were selected, as well as three other girls to compete in a group called Girl’s Tyme.

Through different talent shows the group played and eventually signed a deal with Columbia Records.

Professional Life

In 1993 the girls changed the band’s name to Destiny’s Child and released their first album in 1997.

The album had its first major hit single ‘No, No, No.’

Their second album, ‘The Writing’s on the Wall’ was out in 1999.

It spawned the group’s first No.1 single, ‘Jumpin’ Jumpin’ and also the super hit songs ‘Bills Bills Bills’ and ‘Say My Name’.

The album sold quite 8 million copies worldwide.

Their third album, ‘Survivor’ was an even bigger success than its predecessors.

The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and earned the group several Grammy Award nominations.

The singles ‘Survivor’ and ‘Bootylicious’ became very popular.

Motivated by the success of her girls’ group, Beyonce embarked on a solo career with her debut solo album, ‘Dangerously in Love’ in 2003.

The songs included up-tempos and ballads inspired by R&B and soul genres with elements of hip hop and Arabic music.

The album was an enormous hit that established her as a solo star.

She released her next album, ‘B’Day’ on her 25th birthday, 4 September 2006.

The music style of the album is borrowed from a range of styles like funk, hip hop, and R&B that were popular during the 1970s-80s.

The album was reviewed very positively.

She featured in a combination of slow and midtempo pop and R&B ballads, and more upbeat electropop and Europop genres in her next album ‘I am Sasha Fierce’ in 2008.

The album sold over eight million copies worldwide.

She embarked on the ‘I Am… World Tour’ in March 2009 which consisted of 108 shows.

In bringing out her album ‘4’ in 2011, she also served as the executive producer and co-writer. 

The album was alright received by music critics.

In addition to her music career, she has also appeared in

several movies like ‘Carmen: A Hip Hopera’ (2001), ‘The Pink Panther’ (2006), ‘Obsessed’ (2009), and ‘Epic’ (2013).


Grammy Award for Song of the Year (2010 Single Ladies) (Put a Ring on It)

Grammy Award for Best Music Video (2017 Formation)

MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year (2016, 2009 Formation, Single Ladies) (Put a Ring on It)

MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography (2016, 2011, 2009,

Formation, Run the World (Girls), Single Ladies) (Put a Ring on It),

3. Madonna


Early Life

Madonna was born as Madonna Louise Ciccone to Silvio Ciccone and Madonna Fortin on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan.

She has five brothers named Christopher, Martin, Paula, Melanie, and Anthony.

He lost his mother at a very tender age and affected her a lot.

Her father’s new marriage was unacceptable to her, she became rebellious.

Professional Life

In New York, she participated in various odd jobs as a waitress, nude art model, and also continued her dance training simultaneously.

He became a member of the group “The Breakfast Club” and later formed a group called “Madonna & the Sky”.

In 1979 he starred in the film “A Certain Sacrifice”.

While in 80s, he obtained a solo contract with the company “Sire Records”, owned by “Warner Music Group”.

Initially in 1985 he worked on the film “Desperately Searching for Susan” and also lent his voice to the number “Into the Groove” in the film.

This song was also a great success and was number one on the American dance charts. USA

The same year, he sang “Crazy for You” for the film “Vision Quest” and it was also a success.

Shortly after, he made his first concert tour called “The Virgin Tour”.

In 1989, he signed a sponsorship contract with the company “Pepsi”, but his controversial video “Like a Prayer” led to the cancellation of the contract.

In 1991, his first documentary “Madonna: Action or Truth” was released,

which deals with incidents that occurred during his “Blond Ambition World Tour”.

Between 1993 and 1999, she participated in films such as “Body of Evidence”, “Dangerous Game”, “Blue in the Face”, “Four Rooms” and “Girl 6”.

He also released a few albums such as “Bedtime Stories” and “Ray of Light”, and was part of the “The Girlie Show World Tour” concert tour.

In 1996, she played Eva Perón in the musical drama “Evita” and her award-winning performance was much appreciated by many.

In 2012, he participated in the concert tour entitled “The MDNA Tour”.

In 2015, his album entitled “Rebel Heart” was released and he also embarked on a concert tour of the same name.

He is associated with certain production companies and brands such as “Semtex Girls”, “Hard Candy Fitness”, “Truth or Dare by Madonna”.


Grammy Award for Best Music Video (1999 Ray of Light)

Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song (2012WE, Masterpiece)

Billboard Music Woman of the Year Award (2016)

MTV Video Music Award for best photography (1993, 1990, 1989Rain, Vogue, Express Yourself)

Danish Music Prize for International Album of the Year (2001 · Music)

GLAAD Media Award for Defender of Change (2019)

Billboard Music Award for Best Dance / Electronic Album (2013MDNA)

Juno Prize for an international single of the year (1991 · Vogue)

MTV Europe Music Award for best electronics (2000)

Billboard Music Award for the best tourist artist


MTV Europe Music Award for the best woman

(2000, 1998)

NME Prize for the Sexiest Woman (2006)

NRJ Music Award for international female artist of the year (2006, 2001)

Porin Prize for the best foreign rock/pop album (1999 Ray of Light)

MTV Europe Music Award for Best Album (1998 Ray of Light)

Award of Excellence from Music Artist Billboard (1996)

World Music Award for the best-selling American artist in the world (2008, 2006)

2. Kesha


Early Life

Kesha was born on March 1 1987, in the USA, to Patricia Rose Sebert.

Her mother was a well-known singer-songwriter and renowned music business leading Kesha to pursue a star in music somehow quickly.

Kesha accompanied her mother to her performances while she took care of her backstage during the shows.

Patricia moved to Nashville, Tennessee, when Kesha was four years old when she got a contract from a music label for her song-writing skills.

She saw the interest of Kesha in the art and continuously urged her to sing songs whenever she felt sad or deprived.

Kesha heeded the advice and accompanied her mother to all her recordings to learn the basics.

She attended Franklin High School and Brentwood High school and has admitted that her classmates severely bullied her for her unconventional style sense.

Kesha admits that she was a good student and secured excellent marks in SATs, but she dropped out of college to pursue a career in music.

She then put all her attention and effort into music while performing with her brother’s band.

Professional Life

At the age of 18, Kesha was signed on by Dr Luke’s Kemosabe Entertainment for her first big breakthrough.

Dr Luke was impressed by her demo recordings and said that he saw an artist with furious energy and skills to make it big in the music world. 

These small gigs were getting her in touch with the big stars, but her claim to fame came when she provided vocals for

‘Right Round’ by Flo Rida, which was produced by Dr Luke in 2008.

The song was a groundbreaking success, and the stage was set for Kesha to become a star musician. 

In 2010, she released her debut album ‘Animal,’ an enormous success,

with an especially one song on the album ‘Tik Tok’ that set on fire all music charts and Kesha became an instant celebration.

Kesha signed on with RCA. 

The song, to this day, holds the record to be among the most downloaded digital singles in history.

She delivered her very first extended play ‘Cannibal’ to her fans later in 2010.

In a variety of chart stories, it featured nine songs and two songs called “We R Who We R’ and “Blast.”

She followed this overwhelming success with the release of ‘I am the dance commander; I command you to dance’ in 2011.

In 2012, she was invited to collaborate on an album titled ‘The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends’,

where she worked with Biz Markie on a track titled ‘2012’.

Kesha then went on to a world tour with Pitbull, and the duo

later came together for a single titled ‘Timber’ which quickly became her third top single.

She returned to performing in April 2016, when she performed at ‘Coachella’ for ‘True Colours’.

The studio version of the song was released later that year.


Bravo Otto – Super Singer – Female (2010)

MTV Europe Music Award for Best New Act (2010)

iHeartRadio Music Award for Best Collaboration (2014 · Timber)

Eska Music Awards: Best International New Artist (2010)

MTV Europe Music Award for Best Pop (2010)

1. Lady GaGa

Lady GaGa

Early Life

Gaga was born in Manhattan on 28 March 1986 to Joseph Anthony Germanotta Jr and Cynthia Louise.

She was initially christened Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, by her parents.

Stefani was admitted to a Roman-Catholic institution named

‘Convent of the Sacred Heart’ when she was eleven years old.

 The girl was a good student who excelled both in academics as well as extra-curricular activities.

Her first tryst with music at the age of four, when she was introduced to the piano.

She moved to the renowned ‘New York University’s ‘Tisch School for The Arts’ after graduating from school,

since the institution encouraged music by offering training classes in musical theater. 

However, only one year after she joined the institution, she stopped her studies.

Professional Life

Stefani wanted to try her luck to get a break in the music industry after taking a Sabbatical at school in 2005.

She collaborated on an audiobook project for children for the first time along with the American hip-hop artist Melvin Grover.

During the same year, she also founded a band called ‘SG Group,’

where she joined hands with several friends, such as Alex Beckmann and Eli Silvermann, who were both New York City graduates.

The band started making waves in New York, after it began to performing at various nightclubs around the city,

such as the ‘Mercury Lounge’ and ‘The Bitter End’. 

The band’s talent was noticed by a musician named Wendy Starland in 2006.

This man even introduced Stefani to a music producer named Rob Fusari at around the same time.

She started shuttling between New York and New Jersey quite often from then on, in a bid to record new songs which she had written for Fusari. 

The singer and the producer even entered into business and started a firm named ‘Team Lovechild’.

They created unique pieces of music together, which are primarily of the genre Synthpop.

Unfortunately, Gaga’s relationship with the record label ended within a short period,

after which she started working with a tag named ‘Interscope Records’, in 2007. 

Gaga came back to South Korea in the year 2012, after experiencing success with her previous release, titled ‘Born That Way,’ with her second official musical album.

Even while she was busy with the ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour, this singer released her third album titled ‘Artpop’ in 2013

and sold approximately 2,60,000 copies at the time of its release.

If sources are to be believed, the celebrity singer would be releasing her next album in 2015


Billboard Music Award for Top Artist (2010)

Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song (2019 · Shallow)

Grammy Award for Best Music Video (2011 · Bad Romance)

Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album (2011 · The Fame Monster)

Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance (2019 · Joanne)

MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year (2010 · Bad Romance)

Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress (2019 · A Star is Born)