Erin Andrews - 34 (ESPN reporter and "Dancing With the Stars" chick Last year, she was secretly videotaped in a hotel room curling her hair and doing squats NAKED. .)
Will Arnett - 42 (GOB from "Arrested Development"!!! One of the funniest actors working today )
Mary Beth McDonough - 51 (Erin Walton on "The Waltons". She suffers from the Lupus . . . which sheblames on her bad boobie implants.)
Randy Travis - 53 (He WAS Billy Wheeler in two episodes of "Matlock" and has the highest forehead in country music)
Lynne Spears - 57 (Britney and Jamie Lynn's annoying mother.)
PIA ZADORA!!! - 58 (thick-lipped original famewhore.) (Her first film? 1964's sci-fi holiday classic, "Santa Clause Conquers the Martians"!!! her hubyb bought her a GOLDEN GLOBE for her antics with a Garden hose)
Jackie Jackson - 61 (Eldest brother in Tito Jackson & The Jackson 5.)
Stella Parton - 62 (Dolly's less-famous, country-singing sister. She was also in teh 9-5 tv series)
Dick Dale - 75 (The "King of Surf Guitar".) (Two of his biggest jams are "Pipeline" and "Misirlou" . . . which was featured in "Pulp Fiction" and is also sampled by the Black Eyed Peas in their song "Pump It".)
Audrey Hepburn - (1929 - 1993) woulda been 83
Keith Haring (May 4, 1958 – February 16, 1990) was an artist and AIDS activist whose work responded to the New York City street culture of the 1980s.
Nickolas (nick) Ashford (May 4, 1941 – August 22, 2011) (Half of ASHFORD & SIMPSON.) (Some of the famous jams they've written include . . . "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", "I'm Every Woman" AND "Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing".)
Laci Peterson - Should have been 36 - (1975 - 2002) (Except her husband, Scott, offed her. )
Paul Gleason - Would have been 72 - (1939 - 2006) (Principal Richard Vernon in "The Breakfast Club" AND Deputy Police Chief Dwayne T. Robinson in "Die Hard".)
In honor of PIA..
1927 - THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES was founded. They're the people who have given out Oscars
1959 - The FIRST ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS were held. There were two simultaneous, untelevised ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York . . . because they didn't think recording artists would want to travel just to get an award.
1964 - The soap opera "Another World" premiered on NBC. It lasted for 35 seasons and featured performances from Morgan Freeman, Lindsay Lohan, Luke Perry, Brad Pitt and Kelsey Grammar before anyone had heard of them.
1968 - One small step for man, one giant, out-of-breath waddle for chubbykind: The BIG MAC debuted at McDonald's.
1970 - One of the most notorious tragedies in recent memory happened at KENT STATE UNIVERSITY in Ohio, when Ohio National Guardsmen opened fire on anti-war protesters, killing four students and wounding nine others.
2001 - BONNY BAKLEY was shot and killed in ROBERT BLAKE'S car outside Vitello's restaurant in Studio City, California. Blake was found not guilty in 2005, and didn't even have the courtesy to lie about spending the rest of his life searching for the "real killers".
2005 - Former "American Idol" contestant COREY CLARK claimed on ABC's "Primetime Live" that PAULA ABDUL was giving him extra coaching behind the scenes of "Idol"
2009 - DOM DELUISE died of kidney failure at age 75. He was cremated.
2010 - "Nude, Green Leaves and Bust" by PICASSO was auctioned off for a record $106 million dollars at Christie's in New York...and was beaten for the higest price by the SCREAM for 120 million