Britt McHenry is an American media personality, currently serving as a commentator on Fox Nation. The former ESPN personality hosts a show on WTTG Fox 5.
Multi-talented personality Jameela Jamil is a British actress, radio presenter and activist. She was the first solo female presenter of the BBC Radio 1 Chart show.
Colleen Wolfe is an American TV anchor, currently serving as a host on NFL Network. She appears on NFL GameDay, Good Morning Football Weekend, and so on.
Jenson Button is a former British Formula One driver who bagged a Formula One World Championship in 2009. He put a hold to his F1 career in 2017.
Aaron Rodgers is a National Football League quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. He joined the Packers team in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
Kacie McDonnell is an American journalist, currently serving as an anchor on New England Sports Network. She a pre/postgame host for Sporting Kansas City.
The multi-talented personality, Gayle King serves as the co-host of its CBS This Morning, since 2012. She is also an editor-at-large for The Oprah Magazine.
Known for his role in the AMC western drama series, Hell on Wheels, Anson Mount is an American actor. He began his entertainment career in 1999.
Matthew Perry is a Canadian-American writer and comedian best known as Chandler Bing in the NBC sitcom, Friends. He is in the showbiz since 1979.
Jeanine Pirro is an American television host, author, and a former judge, prosecutor, and politician. She hosts the Fox News Channel’s Justice with Judge Jeanine.
Billy Slater is a former Australian rugby player for the Melbourne Storm of the National Rugby League. He played as a fullback from earls 2000s to late 2010s.
Charly Caruso is a WWE announcer, who covers the sports news for (WWE) WWE/NXT. She is also an on-air personality for the ESPN network.
Deirdre Bolton serves as a business correspondent across Fox Business Network’s daily programming. She joined the network as an anchor in February 2014.
Randy Johnson is a former American baseball pitcher who played 22 seasons in the MLB for six different teams. He announced his retirement on 5 January 2010.