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Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi is an American entrepreneur and television personality who is best known for starring on “Shahs of Sunset” Bravo’s reality TV series produced is by Ryan Seacrest Productions.

A self-professed fashion diva and shopaholic, she began designing a collection of couture. Gharachedaghi launched “GG’s Extensions”, a brand of hair extensions, with her sister Leila.


Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi Education

While attending high school, G.G. was an accomplished gymnast and trained for placement on the U.S. Olympic team competing in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. After deciding she did not want to pursue a career as an amateur or professional athlete, she graduated from high school and went on to pursue a degree at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. G.G. received her certification in addiction treatment counseling and went on to help establish a halfway house to help people struggling with alcohol and drug dependency.


Shahs of Sunset is an American reality television series that airs on Bravo. The series debuted on March 11, 2012. The series follows a group of Persian Americans living in Beverly Hills (and the greater area known as "Tehrangeles"), who are trying to juggle their active social lives and up-and-coming careers while balancing the demands of their families and traditions. It is the second American reality television show about Iranians after E!'s Love Is in the Heir in 2004.


The show holds a 45 out of 100 score from Metacritic. Mike Hale's review in The New York Times commented that the show's characters "are a more diverting bunch than the high school football coaches and community activists of the well-meaning, admirable but prosaic All-American Muslim on TLC Tom Conroy of Media Life Magazine mentions that the show sparks some interest due to the cultural backgrounds of the cast. Excerpts: Wikipedia



Rose is a former Finalist of NBC’s The Voice, Season 17. She was Gwenn Stefani’s finalist in the Contest. She is currently a fulltime musician, singer, and songwriter.


Rose is from Killeen, Texas. Rose loved music and singing from her very childhood. She spent her early childhood in Germany as her father was in the Military and was stationed there. Her family moved to Killeen, Texas in 1996 and she graduated from Harker Heights High School in 2002, then attended Central Texas College for a short time. Rose started singing when she was 5 years old in Germany, where her father was stationed with the military. She actually wrote her first song in Germany at age 6, titled “Angel.” Growing up, she often performed at community events on the base. After her family moved to Texas, she became involved in choir and theater. She always loved music, but after school, she needed a job that paid the bills, so she took a position at a male maximum-security prison. Rose worked as a Corrections officer for eight years but ultimately quit to focus on music again.

After quitting her job, Rose In 2019 Rose gave the blind audition for “The Voice American Season 17”. She earned chair turns from Kelly Clarkson and Gwen Stefani with her blind audition song “Preach” by John Legend. She selected Team Gwen during the audition. Rose’s best friend and manager Taundra Noel Shaw is the one who encouraged her to audition for The Voice, though Rose didn’t want to at first.

Rose has shared the stage with renowned modern musical artists such as Pretty Ricky, Case, and Bobby Valentino. Her sound is described as being mezzo-soprano charged with a soulful influence carrying listeners beyond mesmerizing lyrics, and into a place soaring with deep emotional harmony. In 2004, Rose won the K-104 sponsored talent competition, Texas Idol in Dallas, which presented her the opportunity to record her first professional demo. A year later, she was requested to sing at the Texas Summer Music Conference in Dallas, where she performed music she had written and composed. At the end of her performance, her audience’s response proved what she had known all along; being on stage was where she was destined to be. Later that fall, Rose auditioned for American Idol and successfully made it all the way to Hollywood Week. Rose is a self-trained singer who followed the music of soulful artists such as Aretha Franklin and Mary J. Blige to help harness her fanatical vocal flexibility.

In 2007, Rose’s childhood dream came true. She had the distinguished honor to demonstrate her love for music on stage at the legendary Apollo Theatre in Harlem, where she held a 3-week winning streak on amateur night.

Rose is a well-rounded entertainer and has been casted in various plays and off Broadway musicals such as; “See how they Run”, “Ain’t Nothing but the Blues”, “The Wiz”, “Buddy Holly”, “To Kill a Mockingbird”, “Crowns”, and “Smokey Joes Café”. In 2010 she starred in the stage play“ The Story Of Us”, and made her first debut in the independent film “Lessons Before Love.” Rose has spread her talents into composing music for several of the plays she has acted in. Her devotion to her zeal for the entertainment industry has taken her to perform at locations in Germany, New York, and Texas where she currently resides.

Rose avidly stays connected to music and her craft through bookings and performances. She is currently working on her EP, and singing when and where the opportunity arises. She says, “I want to be able to share my gift; a gift the Creator Himself has blessed me with, to share with the entire world. I believe it is only a matter of time, faith, and patience that I will be given the opportunity to live out my dream.”

With destiny on her side, Rose is on the brink of achieving that and so much more.

AL Bernstein (born September 15, 1950) is an American sportscaster, writer, stage performer

Journalism career

In the 1970s, Bernstein was a newspaperman, working at Lerner Newspapers in Chicago. He eventually became a managing editor at that newspaper.

In 1978, he wrote Boxing For Beginners, an instructional and historical book on boxing. He also wrote for Boxing Illustrated and The Ring during this period.

In 2012, Bernstein released 30 Years, 30 Undeniable Truths About Boxing, Sports and TV.


Broadcasting

In 1980, Bernstein joined ESPN as boxing analyst for the Top Rank Boxing series. He stayed at ESPN until 2003, and during that time he also worked as a reporter for SportsCenter, covering major boxing matches, Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NFL Draft. He also wrote and hosted the series Big Fights Boxing Hour for ESPN Classic. In 1988, he won the Sam Taub Award for excellence in boxing broadcasting journalism and in 2012 he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.[1][3] It was announced in December 2012 that he would be inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame as one of their inaugural inductees in 2013 in the Media category.

In 1992 and 1996, he served as the boxing analyst for NBC's coverage of the Summer Olympic Games. From 1999–2002, he was a sports anchor for KVVU news in Las Vegas.

Since 2003, Bernstein has served as the boxing analyst on Showtime for Showtime Championship Boxing.

He has been Channel 5's main boxing analyst since 2011. 


Music

In 1988, Bernstein recorded his first album My Very Own Songs, with original songs about television and sports. He released Let The Games Begin in 1996. In 1998, he also began a career as a live musical performer. Since then he has performed at major casinos such as Caesars Palace, the Mandalay Bay and The Riviera, as well as many Indian and Riverboat casinos around the United States.



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