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Carmindy Kathryn Bowyer, known professionally as Carmindy, is a celebrity makeup artist best known for her appearances on the TLC network television show "What Not To Wear." She has been a regular beauty expert on "Good ...

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Although speculation ran high that Paul Teutul, Jr. from the TLC network's reality show "American Chopper" would get his own show when "American Chopper" was canceled in 2012, that has not happened. Teutul is no longer p...

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While the specific mechanics of each celebrity dress-up game differs based on each game's overall theme and purpose, most generally involve choosing different clothing, hair and makeup options for various celebrities. Th...

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Monica Crowley, conservative American columnist, author, TV and radio personality best known for her Fox News appearances, is single and has never been married, as of 2015. Crowley does not have any children.

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Tom Netherton is a baritone singer best known for his appearances on the Lawrence Welk Show from 1973 to 1982. His singing voice, combined with his good looks and likeable personality made him one of the most popular sin...

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