Zendaya - 16 (Rocky Blue on the Disney channel's "Shake It Up!".)
Bianca Ryan - 18 (The adorable girl who won the first season of "America's Got Talent" and no does doodly squat.. Where is she?.)
GLORIA ESTEFAN - 55 (Minority owner of the Miami Dolphins. And by that, I mean she has a very small stake in the team . . . not that she's the owner of the Dolphins AND a minority.)
LILY TOMLIN - 73 (COMEDY GENIUS.)
Alan Dershowitz - 74 (O.J.'s lawyer and the Jewish man who once said he would have defended Hitler at trial . . . and won)
Yvonne De Carlo - (1922 - 2007) (Lily Munster on "The Munsters". Portia de Rossi will play Lily in NBC's "Munsters" reboot, which is called "Mockingbird Lane".)
Conway Twitty - (1933 - 1993)
Boxcar Willie - (1931 - 1999) (Country singing legend.)
Rocky Marciano - (1923 - 1969) (Boxing legend.)
Richard Farnsworth - (1920 - 2000) (Beloved actor you probably remember as
Engelbert Humperdinck - (1854 - 1921) (Not the SUPERSTAR LOUNGE SINGER the composer who wrote the "Hansel & Gretel" opera.)
"Bam Bam" Bigelow - (1961 - 2007) (Former WWF "superstar" who fought New York Giants legend Lawrence Taylor at "Wrestlemania 11"and LOST.)
ERNESTINE the operator meets CHER...
1864 - Yankee General WILLIAM SHERMAN captured Atlanta.
1939 - WORLD WAR TWO began when a bunch of krazy Krauts from Nazi Germany invaded Poland.
1956 - ELVIS bought his big, beautiful mama a big, beautiful pink Cadillac.
1957 - The FORD EDSEL was introduced, with 27 features not available on other cars like a wrap-around windshield, 4 headlights, electric door locks and cruise control. Ford spent $270 million on three model years then discontinued it because of poor sales.
1969 - Maniac MOAMMAR GADHAFI came to power in Libya after a coup against the government.
1972 - BOBBY FISCHER won the international chess crown by defeating Russkie BORIS SPASSKY in their final match. Bobby unleashed another can of chess-like whoop ass on him in 1992.
1984 - TINA TURNER'S "What's Love Got To Do With It" hit #1 on the pop chart.
1998 - DAVID BOWIE launched his online Internet Service Provider (ISP) business, Bowienet. The service offers basic Internet services and EXCLUSIVE BOWIE NEWS AND RELEASES!!!
2002 - SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR married FREDDIE PRINZE JR. Today's their 8th anniversary.
1965 - James Brown and Booker T. & the MG's appeared on "Shindig!"
1967 - Boz Scaggs joined the Steve Miller Band.
1972 - David Bowie released "John, I'm only Dancing" in the U.K. The song was not released in the U.S. until 1976.
1977 - Blondie signed its first major record company contract with Chrysalis.
1979 - INXS made their live debut in Sydney, Australia.
1979 - U2 released their first record "U2-3" in Ireland.
1987 - Mick Jagger's "Let's Work" single was released.
1989 - A judge in Dublin, Ireland, decided not to convict U2's Adam Clayton of marijuana possession, even though he had admitted to the crime. Clayton agreed to contribute money to a women's center in Dublin.
1992 - Gloria Estefan and her husband, Emilio, organized a relief project for victims of Hurricane Andrew in Miami.
1995 - Louis Armstrong was honored on a U.S. postage stamp.
1995 - Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum was opened with a seven-hour concert with dozens of stars.
1998 - David Bowie opened his on-line Internet service provider business, Bowienet. The service offers basic Internet services and exclusive Bowie news and releases.
1998 - Ian Gillan (Deep Purple) was charged with assault and battery for allegedly hitting a security guard in the head with a microphone during a concert in August.
1999 - Van Morrison became the first inductee to the Hot Press Irish Music Hall of Fame (IMHF) in Dublin.