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The Q102 Name Game Bracket

They may have the same name, but we know that you like them more for so many different reasons! It's time to vote in the Q102 Name Game Bracket. It's simple, vote now and often to keep your favorite in the competition.

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    Adam Hicks is a Disney mainstay, having starred in How to Eat Fried Worms, "Zeke and Luther", Lemonade Mouth, "Jonas L.A.", and "Pair of Kings". He has recorded two interesting cover songs - a version of MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This" and a remix of Mungo Jerry's "In the Summertime", a Top 10 hit in the early 70s.
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    6ABC Action News meteorologist Adam Joseph has been with the station since 2005. Before moving to Philly, he worked in West Virginia on two different networks and won an award for his work on Charleston, West Virginia's WSAZ. Adam was voted "Philadelphia's Best Meteorologist" by Philadelphia Magazine.
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    Adam Lambert's album Trespassing debuted in the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 album charts - the first openly gay artist to achieve this position. Recently Lambert delivered an amazing performance (shown here) at the iHeartRadio Music Festival with Queen. He first worked with Queen during the season finale as a competitor on "American Idol", then again in 2011 at the MTV Europe Music Awards. They've been working together regularly since.
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    Fun fact: Adam Levine's original band, Kara's Flowers, appeared on a 1995 episode of "Beverly Hills 90210". Levine has continued with television work along side his main career as the massively successful vocalist of Maroon 5 - most prominently as a judge on "The Voice" but also as a recurring character on "American Horror Story: Asylum".
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    Trivia: McFly's Harry Judd briefly dated Lindsay Lohan in 2006 while filming the teen comedy Just My Luck. Judd spoke of his romance in 2011 saying they spent the night together. "We did things teenagers do. We went far enough but not the full home run," Judd commented.
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    Harry Styles auditioned for "The X Factor" in 2010 singing Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely". Despite positive reviews at both his audition and at boot camp, he was rejected from the competition. Through the show he was added to what became One Direction. Styles himself came up with the band name saying that it would sound good when "The X Factor" announcer Peter Dickson read it at live shows. Despite their massive popularity, One Direction only finished third on their season of "The X Factor".
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    Jared Followill plays bass with his brothers Caleb (lead vocals) and Nathan (drums) and his cousin Matthew (lead guitar) in the Grammy winning Kings of Leon. All members of Kings of Leon go by their middle names. As children, the Followills traveled all over the Deep South and their home state of Oklahoma with their father, a tent revival preacher.
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    Thirty Seconds to Mars' front man Jared Leto splits his time between being a rock star and a popular actor that has appeared in many films and TV shows indie to blockbuster, including his big break as a 90s teen idol in "My So-Called Life", Fight Club, The Thin Red Line, Girl Interrupted, Requiem for a Dream, and American Psycho. Also, attention Philly Jared fans! He attended University of the Arts to study painting. Coincidentally, like Justin Timberlake, next on our Name Game list, Jared dated Cameron Diaz for years.
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    As the lead singer of New Kids on the Block, one of the most successful boy bands ever, Jordan Knight is known for his distinctive falsetto voice, inspired by the likes of 70s soul group The Stylistics. Knight joined the New Kids in 1984 when he was 14, along with his older brother Jonathan. During the group's initial period of phenomenal success, he taught himself piano and wrote several original songs, ones that unfortunately were not featured by Maurice Starr, the New Kids' founder, then manager and producer. After years of false starts, the New Kids' very successful reunion and subsequent tours began in 2008.
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    At 17, Jordin Sparks won the sixth season of "American Idol", the youngest winner in the show's history. She then notably performed at President Obama's Inaugural Ball in 2009. In the years since winning "Idol", in addition to her ongoing music career, Sparks has branched out into acting (Sparkle), endorsements (Avon, Wet Seal), and business woman with her own fragrances (Because of You... and Fascinate).
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    Justin Bieber taught himself how to play the piano, drums, guitar and trumpet. The oft-told story of his discovery starts with his mother posting a video to YouTube of a 12-year-old Bieber placing second in a talent show performing Ne-Yo's "So Sick", first of several performances uploaded by his mom. Music executive Scooter Braun clicked on one of Bieber's YouTube videos by accident. Impressed, Braun tracked him down and signed Justin to a label run jointly by Braun and Usher. Allegedly, the other Justin - Timberlake - lost out on signing Bieber in a bidding war.
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    Justin Timberlake shown performing at the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival. Timberlake's work has earned him six Grammys and four Emmys. Besides his hugely successful career as a singer and actor, his other ventures include record label Tennman Records, the 901 brand of tequila, several golf courses (he's an avid golfer), a share of the Memphis Grizzlies basketball team, fashion label William Rast, and the restaurants Destino and Southern Hospitality.
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    Kendall Jenner is the half sister of the Kardashian sisters. She's the oldest child from Kris Jenner's second marriage to retired athlete Bruce Jenner. Since age 14, Kendall has worked as a model. She has been the face of Forever 21 and has a PacSun clothing line with her sister Kylie. Shown here, she also begun runway modeling. She has not one but two shades of O.P.I. nail polish named after her - "All Kendall-ed Up" and "Kendall on the Katwalk".
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    Kendall Schmidt may be best known for playing Kendall Knight in "Big Time Rush", but he had several small TV roles on shows such as "ER", "Without a Trace", "Ghost Whisperer", "Gilmore Girls", and "Frasier" prior to landing his gig as lead singer of the boy band. As a child actor, he was hired at age 9 to be Haley Joel Osment's stand-in and body double in A.I. Artificial Intelligence.
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    Nick Carter was one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2000 and Cosmogirl magazine's "Sexiest Man in the World" in 2002, beating out such competition as Brad Pitt and Justin Timberlake for the title, launching a media-hyped "rivalry" between Timberlake and Carter, culminating in an amicable 2009 meeting off camera on the set of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" where Carter defeated Timberlake in an arm wrestling match.
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    You may not know that Nick Jonas was diagnosed with Type I diabetes at the age of thirteen. He developed the Change for the Children Foundation, a partnership with five different charities to raise money and awareness for the disease. Since 2008, Bayer Diabetes Care has partnered with Jonas as a diabetes ambassador to promote diabetes management for young people. Nick testified in the U.S. Senate to promote more research funding for the condition.
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