Matthew Ryan Kemp is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball . He began his professional career in the Dodgers organization in 2003, and played with the Dodgers from 2006 until 2014. He played for the San Diego Padres in 2015 and 2016 and the Atlanta Braves in 2016 and 2017. He has been named to two All-Star teams and has won two Gold Glove Awards and two Silver Slugger Awards .
Francis Chan is an American preacher. He is the former teaching pastor of a Church in San Francisco, California, a church he and his wife started in 1994. He is also the Founder and Chancellor of Eternity Bible College and author of the best-selling books, Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a Relentless God, which came out in 2009, and most recently, You and Me Forever: Marriage In Light of Eternity, which came out in 2014. He released his second book Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit in August 2009. His other works include Erasing Hell in 2011, Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples in 2012, and the Basic Series by Francis Chan, a DVD series started in 2010. He also sits on the board of directors of Children’s Hunger Fund and World Impact.
Jacqueline Yvonne Harry , better known by her mononymous stage name Jackée, is an American actress, singer, comedian, director, and television personality. She is best known for her roles as Sandra Clark, the sexy nemesis of Mary Jenkins , on the NBC TV series 227 , and as Lisa Landry on the ABC/The WB sitcom Sister, Sister . She is noted for being the first and currently only African-American to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Guy Fieri is an American restaurateur, author, game show host, and television personality. He co-owns three restaurants in California, licenses his name to restaurants in New York City and Las Vegas, Nevada, and is known for his television series on the Food Network. By mid-2010, the Food Network had made Fieri the "face of the network". In 2010, The New York Times reported that Fieri brought an "element of rowdy, mass-market culture to American food television", and that his "prime-time shows attract more male viewers than any others on the network".