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In 2000, Roderick starred as Leigh Dyer in Baywatch. In April 2000, she appeared in Playboy magazine as Playmate of the Month. In 2001, Roderick became the Playmate of the Year. In 2003, she starred in the Bollywood movie Out of Control, as the American wife of an Indian man (played by Riteish Deshmukh) who, on a visit to India, gets pressured by his family into marrying an Indian girl.

Other recent film credits include, Starsky & Hutch, Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror, Club Wild Side 2 and The Nanny Diaries. In addition, she has guest-starred in, Joey, The Parkers, Just Shoot Me!, Fear Factor and Beverly Hills, 90210.

Roderick is also a "Girl of RPS" for the USA Rock Paper Scissors League. In 2006, Roderick was one of six celebrity contestants on the CBS summer series, Gameshow Marathon. She was the runner-up to Kathy Najimy. In 2009, she appeared in the second season of Celebrity Apprentice.[6] Throughout the season, each celebrity raised money for a charity of his or her choice; Roderick selected the California Police Youth Charities. However, on the second to last episode of Celebrity Apprentice 2, she was eliminated along with fellow contestant Jesse G. James from the final four.

As of 2008, Roderick had a networking company named Financially Hung. She described the company as being "like MySpace for adults."

In April 2009, Roderick served as host of the Playboy Shootout reality competition on Playboy TV.

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Boa Kwon (Korean: 권보아, Kwon Boa, born November 20, 1986), commonly stylized and known by her stage name BoA, which is a backronym for Beat of Angel, is a Korean singer, active in South Korea, Japan, and the United States and sometimes referred to as the "Queen of Korean Pop Music".

Born and raised in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, BoA was discovered by SM Entertainment talent agents when she accompanied her older brother to a talent search. In 2000, after two years of training, she released ID; Peace B, her debut Korean album. Two years later, she released her debut Japanese album, Listen to My Heart, becoming the first Korean pop star to break through in Japan following the fall of barriers that had restricted the import and export of entertainment between the countries since the end of World War II.

On October 14, 2008, BoA debuted in the United States with the single "Eat You Up" and released her debut English-language album, BoA on March 17, 2009.

BoA's multilingual skills (she speaks Japanese and English along with native Korean and has recorded songs in Mandarin Chinese) have contributed to her commercial success throughout East Asia. She is the only non-Japanese Asian to have three albums selling more than one million copies in Japan and is one of only two artists to have six consecutive number-one studio albums on the Oricon charts since her debut.

At age eleven, BoA accompanied her older brother to an SM Entertainment talent search. Though her brother was the one who auditioned as a break-dancer, SM talent scouts instead took notice of BoA and offered her a contract on the same night as the auditions. Her parents initially opposed the notion of BoA's leaving school to enter the entertainment business but eventually consented at her older brothers' persuasion. She has said that her early influence as a singer was Seo Taiji.

BoA underwent two years of training (involving vocal, dance, and Japanese lessons), and at the age of thirteen released her debut album ID; Peace B in South Korea on August 25, 2000. The album was moderately successful; it entered the Top 10 of the South Korean charts and sold around 156,000 units. Meanwhile, her Korean record label, SM Entertainment, made arrangements with Japanese label Avex Trax to launch her music career in Japan. She was forced to quit school to prepare and in early 2001, BoA released her first mini-album, Don't Start Now; it sold around 90,000 units. After its release, she took a hiatus from the Korean music industry to focus on the Japanese market at which time she worked to solidify her skills in Japanese.

BoA began her Japanese music career singing at the Avex-owned club Velfarre. In 2001, she released her debut Japanese single, a Japanese version of the song, "ID; Peace B" (originally from the eponymous album). The single reached #20 on the Oricon chart and was followed by "Amazing Kiss", "Kimochi wa Tsutawaru", and "Listen to My Heart"; the last became the singer's first single to enter the Oricon's Top Five. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, BoA recorded the charity single "The Meaning of Peace" with Kumi Koda as part of Avex's Song Nation project to raise funds for charity.

Her debut Japanese album, Listen to My Heart, was released on March 13, 2002. The album was a breakthrough in BoA's career: it became an RIAJ-certified million-seller and debuted atop the Oricon, the first album by a Korean artist to do so. A single, "Every Heart: Minna no Kimochi", was released on the same day as the album. After the release of Listen to My Heart, BoA released her second Korean studio album, No.1, a month later. The album sold around 544,000 units and became the fourth-best-selling record of the year in South Korea. Jumping into the World (a Japanese re-release of the mini-album Don't Start Now) and the Japanese single "Don't Start Now" were released a month later on the same day.

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Bianca Rinaldi (born Bianca de Carvalho e Silva Rinaldi on October 15, 1974 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian actress best known for her roles in telenovelas, especially A Escrava Isaura.

Born in São Paulo, Brazil. She trained as a gymnast from ages 8 to 13. She began her TV career in 1990 when she was chosen to be a "Paquita" for Xuxa's Show. Her career on the show lasted until 1995 when she left to pursue an acting career on Brazilian TV and theater. She received critical acclaim by Brazilian media for her work on Pícara Sonhadora and recently for her work on A Escrava Isaura.

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Bianca Gascoigne Beautiful Pictures

Bianca Gascoigne (born 28 October 1986) is a British glamour model and television personality. Bianca Gascoigne is the stepdaughter of Paul Gascoigne, a former footballer, she has a brother Mason and a half-brother Regan.

In 2006, Gascoigne won ITV's reality TV show Love Island, which was set in Fiji.

In September 2006, Gascoigne appeared on the front cover of Loaded magazine and in January 2007, the cover of Nuts magazine. Bianca Gascoigne has also been featured in Maxim, FHM, Zoo Weekly, and numerous tabloid newspapers. In August 2008, Bianca Gascoigne appeared on the cover of Zoo Weekly.

In July 2008, Bianca Gascoigne competed against glamour model Danielle Lloyd on the TV show Gladiators, in a celebrity special, which Bianca Gascoigne went on to win, supporting a charity for domestic violence.

Gascoigne also presented Big Brother's Big Mouth from 15 July to 18 July 2008, and appeared in an episode of the BBC Three reality programme Snog Marry Avoid?.

Bianca Gascoigne took part in TV series Celebrity Coach Trip partnered with friend Imogen Thomas.

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