BEYONCE – Queen B – Artist With The Most Grammy Awards

Beyonce was announced as the female artist with the most win. Her singing talent was discovered by a dance instructor named Darlette Johnson. She came into the limelight through her defunct "Destiny Child" group, where she was lead the lead singer and began to draw attention for her melodious voice after releasing their first single, "No No No" in 1997.

PARIS HILTON – The Real Life Tragic Story


Morgan Freeman, a prominent American Actor, Narrator and Director; and has a reputation for his deep narrating voice. Freeman took a job as a dancer in 1964 World’s Fair, became a member of Opera Ring musical theatre group, and acted in “The Royal Hunt of the Sun” which kick-started his career. He gave more successful films like “The Shawshank Redemption,” which he narrated, “Bopha,” “Outbreak,” “Seven”, “Long Way from Home,” also played as narrator, and many more.

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EMINEM – Rap God

Eminem was raised alone by his mother after his father left them, because he had other children. Eminem became more of a loner and quitted school after failing 9th grade twice. However, his ability to tell a story through music was a talent he had since childhood. He began to walk into greatness after losing the 1997 Los Angeles Rap Olympics. Hearing a passionate voice rapping, Dr. Dre tracked him down and gave his first major record deal. He released his official record label album “The Slim Shady LP”.

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SHAHRUKH KHAN – King Of Bollywood

Shahrukh Khan was born in a Muslim family. His parents were so poor, that they had no money, to send him to theaters to watch movies. And suffered many failures at the beginning of his career. With the aid of theatre and television, he successfully entered into the film industry. He got his first act in television serials titled Fauji in 1988 and then Circus in 1989. This announced his entry into Bollywood. And now he became a King of Bollywood.

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Michael Jackson was an American singer, songwriter and dancer. Began his music career with his brothers in a group known as ‘The Jackson 5.’ He won lots of awards including Grammys, was included in several Halls of fame, and also Guinness Book of Record awards. Michael Jackson will forever be remembered for his electric dance moves, known as “Break Dance” and the moonwalk.

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Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone grew up with negativity around him. Facing many problems and traumatic past he still managed to stand tall and become an actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and artist. Stallone cleaned tables, theaters and worked as an extra in films until he hit his remarkable success as an actor, when he performed in a role of a boxer Rocky Balboa, in the blockbuster film Rocky.

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Lata Mangeshkar – The Nightingale of India

Lata Mangeshkar was the oldest child in the family, from the four siblings. Her father, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar was a well known Marathi classical singer and theatre actor. Right since the time she was 5 years old, she had been trained by her father in classical singing. At the young age of 13, she recorded her first song. She also started working in her father’s plays from a young age. In the 1940s, when Lata was a teenager, she struggled to support her family as a struggling performing artist and singer. In 1949, Mangeshkar recorded the song “Uthaye ja unke sitam” for the movie “Andaz”, she became a hit all over the country.

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