Manny Ramirez - 37 (L.A. Dodgers superstar who may be certifiably insane.)
WYNONNA JUDD - 45 (The chubbiest Judd. Naomi's chubby daughter. Ashley's chubby sister. I'm a chubby-chaser, ya know.)
Ralph Carter - 48 (Michael Evans on "Good Times".)
Ted McGinley - 51 (Cursed actor responsible for the downfall of every series he's ever joined. Think about it. "Happy Days", "The Love Boat", "Dynasty" and "Married With Children" all "jumped the shark" after he joined the cast. He also got "Hope & Faith" cancelled. Ted McGinley is PURE POISON, disguised in a well-chiseled package.)
Marie Fredriksson - 51 (Roxette minx. She's got "The Look".) (Their biggest jams include . . . "Listen to Your Heart", "Dangerous", "It Must Have Been Love", "Joyride", "The Look" and "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)".)
Colm Meaney - 56 (Irish Chief Miles O'Brien on "Star Trek: TNG" and "Star Trek: DS9". He nails an Asiatic minx on the shows. Not sure what his preferred poon is in real life.)
Keir Dullea - 73 ("Dave" in "2001: A Space Odyssey".)
THE GREAT MEL BLANC - (1908 - 1989) (The Voice of Warner Brothers: His amazing voices included Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety and Sylvester, Yosemite Sam , Foghorn Leghorn, and Pepe Le Pew . . . and even Barney Rubble on "The Flintstones".)
Christine Jorgensen - (1926 - 1989) (She was George Jorgensen before undergoing the FIRST-EVER SEX CHANGE OPERATION in 1952.)
1966 - In San Francisco, CA, Jefferson Airplane performed at a benefit for the Haight-Ashbury Legal Organization.
1968 - The Beatles began recording the "White Album."
1972 - Roxy Music played their first major date at England's Great Western Express Festival.
1975 - On "Midnight Special," Joan Baez welcomed Kool & the Gang into the studio.
1980 - On "Midnight Special," the Temptations hosted. The guests were Firefall and Robbie Dupree.
1987 - In Liverpool, England, Adam Horovitz (Beastie Boys) was arrested for allegedly assaulting a female fan during a riot at a Beastie Boys show.
1989 - Prince released the single "Batdance."
1989 - Bobby Brown released "On Our Own."
1990 - Midnight Oil closed down 6th Avenue in New York City as they played a protest concert in front of Exxon's offices. The protest was in reaction to the Exxon Valdez disaster.
1997 - Neil Young canceled his European tour because he had cut his finger while slicing a ham sandwich.
1999 - In London, a bomb threat at a Kenny Rogers concert being held at Royal Albert Hall caused the evacuation of more than 3,000. No bomb was found and no injuries were reported.
1999 - In New Jersey, Lenny Kravitz walked off stage after 40 minutes and collapsed from heat exhaustion. He had been performing in a fur coat.
1999 - Tim McGraw made an unannounced appearance to open a concert for his wife, Faith Hill.