Omarion - 29 Former B2K member and "YOU GOT SERVED"
Anne Hathaway - 31 ("Princess Diaries" and "The Devil Wears Prada". You can see her NAKED in "Havoc" and everyone's favorite cowboy movie, "Brokeback Mountain".-She's the latest Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises".
Cote de Pablo - 34 (Ziva David, Mossad liaison officer on "NCIS".)
Tevin Campbell - 35 (Young urban '90s singer
Mayte Garcia - 40 (Prince's ex wife who was later schtupped by Tommy Lee.)
--TONYA HARDING - 43 (Sexy & classy trailer park queen.)
Sammy Sosa - 45 (Beisabol has been berry, berry good to heeeem.)
Megan Mullally - 55 (Failed daytime talk show host and, much more importantly, Karen, on "Will & Grace".
Neil Young - 68 (His biggest album without Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young is 1972's "Harvest" . . . featuring "Old Man" and "Heart Of Gold".)
--Wallace Shawn - 70 (Vizzini in "The Princess Bride"!! also provided the voice of Rex in the "Toy Story" movies . . . Mr. Incredible's boss in "The Incredibles", and Principal Fetchit in "Chicken Little")
-Judge Mills Lane - 77 (Bald boxing referee. "Let's get it on!" He also did the voice for the referee on "Celebrity Deathmatch".)
--Princess Grace of Monaco / Grace Kelly - (1929 - 1982)
1933 - Hugh Gray, from the British Aluminum Company, was walking along the shores of Loch Ness when the waters erupted and a large creature appeared in the mist. --He was able to take five pictures of the LOCH NESS MONSTER, but after developing the film, four of the pictures were blank. SPOOKY!!!
1954 - ELLIS ISLAND closed after processing more than 20 MILLION IMMIGRANTS since opening in New York Harbor in 1892.
1966 - DONOVAN released "Mellow Yellow". Nowadays, Donovan is working on a new project: Invincible Donovan University . . . a college in Scotland that will teach the principles of transcendental meditation.
1984 - MADONNA released her biggest-selling album ever, "Like A Virgin".
1987 - SLY STONE was arrested for nonpayment of child support . . . during his "comeback" show in Los Angeles.
1987 - The AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION stated that it's unethical for a doctor to refuse a patient solely because that person has AIDS or is HIV-positive.
1993 - MICHAEL JACKSON canceled a world tour, saying that he was addicted to painkillers.
1993 - "The Piano" was released. HOLLY HUNTER won the Oscar for Best Actress . . . and she didn't have a single line in the film. 11-year-old ANNA PAQUIN won Best Supporting Actress, becoming the second-youngest Oscar winner ever.--Now that she's 26, she gets naked and schtupped by vampires almost every week on HBO's "True Blood".)
2004 A jury in Redwood City, Calif., convicted Scott Peterson of murdering his pregnant wife, Laci, and dumping her body in San Francisco Bay. (Peterson was later sentenced to death.)
2006 Gerald R. Ford surpassed Ronald Reagan as the longest-lived U.S. president at 93 years and 121 days. (Ford died the following month.)
2008 Same-sex marriages began in Connecticut, a month after the state Supreme Court ruled that gays had the right to wed.