Friday, June 4, 2010

Zebress Hall of Fave II

Super producer Daivd Guetta & wife Cathy
David Guetta was born and raised in France. His mother is of French descent while his father was a restaurateur and of Moroccan Jewish descent.[2] He is married to Cathy Guetta originally from Dakar and has two children, Tim Elvis (born 2004) and Angie (born 2007).

Ericka and Brian Kleinschmidt are excited to be the first married interracial team on The Amazing Race. They have a singular game plan in mind — to win over the hearts and minds of The Amazing Race audience by proving that true love is color blind. They compare their relationship to the Yin-Yang symbol, which represents the philosophy of two total opposites coming together as one to accomplish a common goal.
Ericka and Brian met at a leadership seminar at the University of Central Florida nine years ago, and it was love at first sight for Brian. Ericka, on the other hand, played hard to get for the next five years….but Brian's persistence finally paid off as the couple shared wedding vows over two years ago.
Ericka has lived a very structured, prim and proper life but plans to embrace her true self and expose a vulnerable side of her life beyond Miss America while racing around the world. Her life's goal is to become a country music recording artist.
Brian is an all-American guy who contends that nice guys do not always have to finish last. He has enjoyed life as a standout athlete, singer, actor, and loyal friend.

Gelila Assefa-Puck
Africa plays a key role in the couture creations of Ethiopian fashion designer and philanthropist
Gelila Assefa Puck.

Chilli Admits that she was Wrong: "Farmer D opened up Chilli's eyes to different kinds of men. Watch as she admits to Tionna Smalls that she was wrong!"

Boris Franz Becker (born 22 November 1967) is a former World No. 1 professional tennis player from Germany. He is a six-time Grand Slam singles champion, an Olympic gold medalist, and the youngest-ever winner of the men's singles title at Wimbledon at the age of 17. Tennis Magazine put Becker in 18th place on its list of the 40 greatest tennis players from 1965 to 2005.[1] Since he retired from the professional tour, media work and his personal life have kept him in the headlines. Becker is married to actress and designer Barbara Feltus, the daughter of an African-American father and German mother, who later became a well known photographer in Germany.

Sincerely,Helen Willis, The Zebress

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