Celebrities are persons easily recognized in a society or culture. Most of today’s celebrities are popular personalities from the movie and music industries. Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Daniel Radcliffe and Robert Pattinson are some of today’s hottest celebrities.
One of the most frequent questions you hear about Grammy-winning
singer Seal is, "What happened to Seal's face?"
Seal is famous for singing "Kiss From a Rose" and other
award-winning songs. But he is also well-known for his visible
facial scarring. Lines of scarring are clearly visible on both
sides of his face. (To see a close-up image of Seal's face, click
on the Related Link.)
Speculating About What Happened to Seal's Countenance
It is easy to speculate about Seal's scars. The raised...
Most celebrities have official fan clubs and official websites
so these should always be your first port of call. On WikiAnswers,
you can find many official fan mailing addresses in specific
questions matching the following:
"What is <celebrity name>'s official fan mail
Official websites are always the most reliable source of
information and many can be found with the following question:
"What is <celebrity name>'s official website?"
Note that a lot of celebrity fan websites are actually run by
the fans themselves, and are...
Kelly Elaine Hoppen MBE (born 1959) is a South
African-born British interior designer and owner of Kelly Hoppen
Hoppen was born in Cape Town, South Africa. Her father worked
in the fashion industry and her mother was a businesswoman
specialising in antique maps of Africa and books. Hoppen began
her career at the age of 16. Her business Kelly Hoppen Interiors
had a turnover of 18 million pounds last year. She is famous for
using muted colours such as taupe.
In 1982, aged...
Leif mentioned on Celebrity Rehab 4 that his heroin addiction
was causing him to pick his skin. His mother showed him his face in
a mirror and that is when he realized that he really needed help
and went to Rehab.
James (Jimmy) Stewart
This is one of my favorite John Wayne movies and the name of the
young actors that played JD Cahill's sons were Gary Grimes and Clay
O'Brien. I thought they both did a great job. When sharing the
screen with someone with the 'presence' that Wayne had could
diminish lessor actors but the boys didn't lose an inch.