Billy Gilman - 25 (Hairless country music twink. has he done anything at all lately?)
Mark Ballas - 27 ("Dancing with the Stars" he whore muffin. Dances like he was designed for C batteries and someone shoved D's up his ass. He seems to scthupp any chick in front of him...)
Tracy McGrady - 34 (Skinny NBA superstar.)
Will Sasso - 38 ("MadTV" genius who impersonated Tony Soprano and Dennis Franz. FUNNY)
Kristin Scott Thomas - 53 (The poor man's Emma Thompson, and star of "Gosford Park" , "Life as a House","The Horse Whisperer" and "The English Patient".)
Rosanne Cash - 58 (Country singer and Johnny's daughter.)
Alfred Molina - 60 (Dr. Octopus in "Spider-Man 2", the narrow-minded mayor in "Chocolat", Salma Hayek's wandering husband in "Frida", the doctor in "Identity" . . . AND Indiana Jones' guide at the beginning of "Raiders of the Lost Ark".and in the Newly cancelled Law and Order LA)
James Cosmo - 65 (Mormont, the leader of the Night's Watch, on "Game of Thrones".
Priscilla Presley - 68 Elvis's ex-wife and Lisa Marie's mother. She WAS Jane Spencer in "The Naked Gun", "The Naked Gun 2-and-a-Half" AND "The Naked Gun 33-and-a-Third"! She als had some really bad Silicone injections)
Patti LaBelle - 69 (Soul and dance music legend behind "New Attitude", "On My Own" and "Lady Marmalade"and stir it up.)
Bob Dylan - 71 (The living example of why it's best to quit when you're on top.He realy can't sing worth shit. I"m not afraid to say so)
Tommy Chong - 75 (In 2003, the DEA arrested 55 people for selling marijuana bongs and pipes. Chong, the only famous one, was also the only one to do time. ATTICA!!!)
GENE ANTHONY RAY - Would have been 51 - (1962 - 2003) (Leroy Johnson on "Fame". He died from a stroke at age 41 and was HIV-positive when he died.)
Heavy D - Would have been 46 - (1967 - 2011) (Chubby old school rapper behind "Now That We Found Love" AND the theme song to "In Living Color".)
1830 - A poet named Sarah Josepha Hale, of Newport, New Hampshire, published a poem called "MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB"
May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, linking Brooklyn and Manhattan, was opened to traffic.
1899 - The first auto repair shop in history opened in Boston and, we assume, instantly started ripping people off and crushing their financial stability.
1964 - On "The Ed Sullivan Show," a taped Beatles performance was played. The Beatles performed "You Can't Do That" from the set of "A Hard Day's Night."
1970 - Peter Green quit Fleetwood Mac.
1974 - On "Midnight Special," Richard Pryor was host to Olivia Newton-John and Boz Scaggs.
1980 - THE B-52'S spectacular song "Rock Lobster" peaked at number 56 on the Billboard charts.
1982 - Christina Samane of South Africa gave birth to the WORLD'S HEAVIEST LIVING BABY . . . a 22-pound, 8-ounce son. In 1939, a woman in Illinois passed a 29-POUNDER through her formerly-tight lady passage, but it died two hours later
1986 - Garth Brooks and Sandy Mahl were married. HTEY ARE D I V O R C E D now.
1986 - Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, and Peter Tork reunited as the Monkees. They kicked off their reunion tour at the Concord Hotel, in New York's Catskills Mountains.
1989 - The Mavis Staples album "Time Waits For No One" was released.
1989 - "Weird Al" Yankovic recorded "Generic Blues," "Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota," "Hot Rocks Polka," "Attack of the Radioactive Hamsters," and "Spam." The five tracks all appeared on the soundtrack to his film "UHF."
1990 - Axl Rose and Erin Everly filed for divorce. They had been married for less than a month. ahh the sanctity of Marriage.
1990 - As a response to the MILLI VANILLI lip-synching scandal, the New Jersey legislature proposed a bill that would REQUIRE MUSIC VENUES TO NOTIFY AUDIENCES WHEN AN ACT LIP-SYNCHS. The bill didn't pass.
1994 Four men convicted of bombing New York's World Trade Center in 1993 were each sentenced to 240 years in prison.
1998 - The first Native American Music Awards took place at the Fox Theater at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CN.
1999 - David Bowie wrote and recorded the song "What's Really Happening" during a live Webcast. The song appeared on the album "hours."
2000 - Chuck D testified to the U.S. Congress about the benefits of Napster and online music distribution.
2000 - Puff Daddy settled the last lawsuit that had arisen from a 1991 stampede at a New York charity event.
2001 Democrats gained control of the U.S. Senate for the first time since 1994 when Sen. James Jeffords of Vermont left the Republican Party and declared himself an independent. and even with all that power..the numb nuts still manage to NOT have a back bone and fight back the GOP