Jessica Simpson - 32 ( tone deaf fame whore and mega millionaire clothing designer for fat chicks. just made a ton of cash selling her new babies pics. Who cares? Just the Ignant and uneducated thats who)
Thomas Ian Nicholas - 32 (He was Kevin in "American Pie" . . . the one who got all up in Tara Reid's nasty parts. He's also the 13-year-old kid whose broken arm gets him a spot as a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs in "Rookie of the Year".)
ADRIAN GRENIER - 36 (He was Vincent "Vinny" Chase on "Entourage".)
Elijah Blue Allman - 36 (Cher's son . . . but he now prefers to go by the name P. Exeter Blue for his neo-goth band Deadsy. His dad is Gregg Allman, which is really the only cool thing about him.)
Sofia Vergara - 40 (Colombian model who stars on TV, "Modern Family". does she exaggerate her accent?)
Cindy Sheehan - 55 (George W. Bush's favorite anti-war activist. where is she? )
Robert Pine - 71 (Ponch and John's boss, Sergeant Joseph Getraer on "CHiPs".)
Jake LaMotta - 91 (Boxing legend played by Robert De Niro in "Raging Bull". LaMotta was the World Middleweight Champion from 1949 to 1951.)
David Brinkley - Would have been 92 - (1920 - 2003) (VERY sexy former NBC and ABC News correspondent.)
Arthur Ashe - (1943 - 1993) (The first African-American inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. He died of AIDS . . . but got it through a blood transfusion, not from unprotected sex.)
Adolphus Busch - (1839 - 1913) (Brewer of Anheuser-Busch addicting beverages.)
Don Herbert - (1917 - 2007) (Mr. Wizard)
1938 - Howard Hughes completed a 91 hour flight around the world.
1943 - Arthur Ashe, the first African-American inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame, was born. He had won 33 career titles.
1949 - The first practical rectangular television was presented. The picture tube measured 12 by 16 and sold for $12.
1951 - Sugar Ray Robinson was defeated for only the second time in 133 fights as Randy Turpin took the middleweight crown.
1953 - American forces withdraw from Pork Chop Hill in Korea after heavy fighting.
1962 - The Telstar Communications satellite was launched. The satellite relayed TV and telephone signals between Europe and the U.S.
1962 - Fred Baldasare swam the English Channel underwater. It was a 42 miles and took 18 hours.
1969 - The National League was divided up into two baseball divisions.
1985 - Coca-Cola resumed selling the old formula of Coke, it was renamed "Coca-Cola Classic." It was also announced that they would continue to sell "New" Coke.
1989 - Mel Blanc, the "man of a thousand voices," died at age 81. He was known for such cartoon characters as Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig.
1991 - Boris Yeltsin took the oath of office as the first elected president of the Russian republic.
1991 - U.S. President Bush lifted economic sanctions against South Africa, citing its "profound transformation" toward racial equality.
1992 - In Miami, a federal judge sentenced former Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega to 40 years in prison. He was convicted of drug and racketeering charges.
1992 - In New York, a jury found Pan Am responsible for allowing a terrorist to destroy Flight 103 in 1988, killing 270 people.
1997 - Scientists in London said DNA from a Neanderthal skeleton supported a theory that all humanity descended from an "African Eve" 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.
1998 - The U.S. military delivered the remains of Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Blassie to his family in St. Louis. He had been placed in Arlington Cemetery's Tomb of the Unknown in 1984. His identity had been confirmed with DNA tests.
1998 - The Diocese of Dallas agreed to pay $23.4 million to nine former altar boys who said they had been molested by a priest.
2000 - Justin Pierce commited suicide the day before the premiere of his last movie "Pigeonholed."
2000 - Jean-Claude Van Damme was given three years probation and fined $1,200 for drunk driving and driving without a license. Van Damme had been arrested after he crashed his Mercedes-Benz into a restaurant on September 23, 1999.