Amid the collapse of the entire world’s economic system crumbling, people’s normality of life being taken away, and Coronavirus plaguing our planet, these celebrities must spend their birthdays in quarantine, and its such a shame!
Born in the year 1990, this country singer is well known for his several number one hits, including “It Goes Like This” and “Get Me Some of That.” He studied at Lipscomb University and released his first two Top 30 country music singles, “Something to Do with My Hands” and “Beer with Jesus,” in 2012. His father, Rhett Akins, also had a successful career as a country western singer and songwriter.
Born in Seville, Spain in 1986, this Spanish defender became a longtime fixture of Real Madrid and Spain’s national team, joining both squads in 2005. He helped Spain with the World Cup Championship in 2010. He was named the La Liga Best Defender four consecutive years from 2012 to 2015. He won the 2010 FIFA Cup with teammate David Villa.
This 27 year old, Brazilian reggaeton singer and dancer rose to fame after her single “Meiga e Abusada” became one of the most popular Brazilian singles of 2013. Her much-anticipated self-titled debut album, released later that year, went on to go Double Platinum. She’d go on to release additional albums titled Ritmo Perfeito, Bang and Kisses. She was a judge on La Voz México’s seventh season and her stage name was inspired by the title character of the mini-series Presença de Anita.
This Oakland born Rap icon is credited with bringing rap music to the mainstream with his hit 1990 singles “U Can’t Touch This” and “2 Legit 2 Quit.” He is known for his flashy choreography and Hammer pants. He was the first hip-hop artist to have a Diamond selling album. He was good friends with fellow rap icon Tupac Shakur. Both rappers were signed to Death Row Records and MC Hammer was in Las Vegas with Tupac on the night of his tragic death.
This All-Pro NFL cornerback who became one of the league’s top shutdown corners shortly after joining the Seattle Seahawks in 2011. He won Super Bowl XLVIII with the Seahawks while leading the Legion of Boom, the Seahawks’ physical and greatly feared defensive secondary. In 2018, he signed with the San Francisco 49ers. He became known for starting feuds and angering other NFL players.
This 70 year old Scottish actor is best known for playing the role of Hagrid in the Harry Potter film series. He got his start in British TV comedy, appearing initially in A Kick Up the Eighties. He also played Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky in the James Bond films Golden Eye and The World Is Not Enough and voiced the character Lord Dingwall in the 2012 animated feature Brave.
Bengali-American singer-songwriter who is a jazz vocalist and the daughter of Ravi Shankar. She released the hit single “Don’t Know Why.” She played the alto saxophone in her school band and carried home five Grammy awards in 2003 and later collaborated with Ray Charles. She collaborated with eclectic alt-country musician Ryan Adams on the song “Dear John.”
This 49 year old Spanish actor starred as Mateo on the soap opera All My Children and had a recurring role on American Horror Story: Asylum. He later starred in FOX’s Pitch and The CW’s Riverdale. He alternated living in Italy and the United States while growing up and is fluent in Italian. He married TV host Kelly Ripa. He co-starred with Vivica A. Fox in the Canadian TV series Missing from 2003 to 2006.
This 55 year old snarky British journalist, TV talent judge, and talk show host starred on America’s Got Talent and became the replacement for Larry King. He worked as an editor for The Sun and News of the World tabloids and was the winner of Donald Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice & replaced Larry King on his interview show.
Musician, singer, and songwriter who is widely considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time. He was a member of The Yardbirds, Derek and the Dominos, and Cream, and also found success as a solo artist. He got the nickname Slowhand because he played the guitar with such ferocity that his strings would break and as he replaced them onstage, the audience would slowly clap their hands. He collaborated with Bob Dylan on the 1976 album No Reason to Cry.
This Cleveland born, 57 year old multi-platinum-selling and four-time Grammy Award-winning musician sang “Talkin’ ’bout a Revolution” and “Baby Can I Hold You.” She started playing the guitar and writing songs when she was eight years old and had started playing ukulele five years earlier. She is politically active and has been the special guest and performer for many charitable events, including Make Poverty History.