Celebrity Game Face Season 4 - Don't Miss This All-Star Roster!

Celebrity Game Face Season 4 - Don't Miss This All-Star Roster!


Dont Miss This AllStar Roster for Celebrity Game Face Season 4

Celebrity Game Face Season 4 - Don't Miss This All-Star Roster!

If you're a fan of celebrity game shows like Celebrity Game Face, then be sure to take a look at this all-star roster. It features plenty of celebrities and some of hockey's greatest players in history.

Kane Brown, Cordae and Diamond DeShields have been announced as notable additions. Additionally, pop star Everett Osborne and former NHL player Ozuna are in the running as well.

1. Kane Brown

Kane Brown first gained notoriety in 2015 with the release of his debut single "Used to Love You Sober." Since then, he has achieved several hits and is quickly becoming a rising star within country music.

He has been candid about his battles with depression, encouraging others to explore their own difficulties as well. Additionally, he donates regularly to Boys & Girls Clubs across America.

He was born in Georgia but raised in Tennessee, spending his early years living in Rossville, Fort Oglethorpe and LaFayette before eventually relocating to Red Bank, Tennessee. While attending Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School he sang for their choir while also excelling as a standout athlete on their football, basketball and track teams.

2. Cordae

Celebrity poker offers plenty of competition, but few rival the star power of this year's all-stars. From Ice-T and Coco Austin to Elle King and Dierks Bentley, Chloe & Halle Bailey, Rita Ora with sister Elena, Kandi Burruss & Todd Tucker as well as The Miz & Maryse...this team should not be missed if you're a Chicagoans fan! Plus they all seem to get along great when it comes to drinks & jewelry too so why wait? Click play now and experience some good vibes! We'll see you in April! oh yeah...and thanks for reading too - let us know which stars were stars at your sexy soiree by leaving comments below!

3. Diamond DeShields

Diamond DeShields made her first WNBA All-Star in her second season and helped the Chicago Sky win their inaugural title. But then the guard faced an unimaginable setback: a tumor in her spine.

She was playing abroad in Italy when doctors detected the growth. Following a lengthy recovery process that included surgery, she is now back with her team.

She signed a three-team deal with the Phoenix Mercury this offseason, but it was her comeback story that earned her an ESPY nomination. ESPN's Holly Rowe recently interviewed her about her struggle to stay healthy.

4. Everett Osborne

On February 17th, you won't want to miss watching celebrities compete in the Ruffles 2023 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, Utah!

At the 2023 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, several notable celebrities will be in attendance: rapper 21 Savage, actress Sinqua Walls and Bollywood star Ranveer Singh. Other participants include WNBA star Arike Ogunbowale, singer Kane Brown, YouTuber Jesser and rapper Ozuna.

Honorary captains for both teams will be Utah Jazz team governor Ryan Smith and minority owner Dwyane Wade. Giannis Antetokounmpo and Alex Bregman are serving as head coaches of each squad.

5. Ozuna

This season, the Celebrity Game Face clan has their work cut out for them. With an unprecedented 10 celebs to choose from, there's plenty of competition for the title of best pugilist and winner of the prize. As if that weren't enough, each contestant must also perform against each other on a tight budget! We don't know which team will come out on top yet but can't wait to congratulate them in person at this year's big game! Here are our picks for the top five and some other finalists you should check out yourself:

6. Guillermo Rodriguez

Fans of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" will recognize Guillermo Rodriguez from his comedic roles on the show as Kimmel's sidekick.

He began as a parking lot security guard at the studio in 2003 and has since become a staple on late night show Late Night with Seth Meyers. Additionally, he's often invited to sports events like NBA Finals or Super Bowl.

Guillermo has also featured in several remote segments, such as playing soccer on the roof of El Capitan Theater with Neymar Jr. and riding SkySlide - a clear plexiglass slide extending from 70th floor of U.S. Bank Tower in Los Angeles.

7. Ronnie 2K

On Friday night, the NBA All-Star weekend begins with Celebrity Game Face. A star-studded lineup of celebrities will take to the stage including Ice-T, Coco Austin, Elle King, Dierks Bentley, Chloe and Halle Bailey, Rita Ora with her sister Elena, Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker as well as The Miz and Maryse.

Ronnie 2K may be the face of NBA 2K, but he's also known in the gaming community as "Ronnie 2K," who gets annoyed when NBA stars text him about their player ratings in-game. Singh - or Ronnie 2K as he's affectionately known in the gaming community - serves as 2K's digital marketing director and social media sage.

Ronnie can be found at four distinct locations within The City and rewards players with various items each time they find him. This includes being able to choose a custom spawn point for The City, receiving an image-printed shirt, and being granted a rebirth reward upon hitting 90 overall player ratings.

8. Katelyn Ohashi

Katelyn Ohashi achieved fame on YouTube after scoring an incredible 10 in her UCLA floor routine, becoming an instant internet sensation. Now the former elite gymnast is pursuing photography, writing and brand partnerships that bring her joy outside of gymnastics - a sport she once loved so much.

Katelyn experienced body shame while competing as a gymnast; pressure to maintain her athletic performance and weight were often put before mental wellbeing. She was often told "win at all costs" which ultimately lead to emotional turmoil.

Eventually, her body gave out and she was no longer able to compete at an elite level. After years of emotional and physical strain, she chose a different path in life which has proved rewarding; now she finds joy in entrepreneurship while not missing the sport that once caused her pain.

9. Lil Rel Howery

Celebrity Game Face returns with another star-studded season this April on E!, featuring Ice-T and Coco Austin, Elle King and Dierks Bentley, Chloe And Halle Bailey, Rita Ora and her sister Elena, Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker plus The Miz and Maryse.

With such a star-studded cast, there are bound to be some OMG moments. In addition to the standard challenges, there are new at-home games like "Flip It Good" and "Celeb Face Game," in which participants place an image of someone or something over their own face and must guess who it is.

Chicagoans will be well represented on this all-star team, featuring local celebrities Common, Bad Bunny and Ronnie 2K. We can't wait to see how they fare in their debut show!

10. Anthony “Spice” Adams

Social media users likely have seen Anthony "Spice" Adams somewhere. He's a former NFL nose tackle who has become an influential influencer through his YouTube channel, where he stars as his alter ego Cream E. Biggums and does sketch comedy videos.

Growing up in a single parent home, Spice's mother encouraged him to pursue football. That support has allowed him to blossom into an impressive NFL player and was instrumental in his development as an athlete.

He played five seasons for the Chicago Bears and finished his career with 121 games. Throughout that time, he recorded 144 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and three fumble recoveries. Nowadays he remains active on social media alongside NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal and Nischelle Turner in their production company; additionally appearing on The Big Podcast with Shaq as a social media influencer.

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