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British artist Tracey Emin likes to push the boundaries.
Discovered by Charles Saatchi in the early 1990's, she says her autobiographical style of work is all about exposing the kind of things that most people would be too embarrassed to talk about.
Her subjects are often extremely taboo and the type of language she uses to describe different topics is often criticized for being too racy or explicit.
Emin first rose to fame in 1995 when she exhibited an installation that contained the names of the 102 men she had every slept with.
Her next major piece was "My Bed" which was shown at the Tate Gallery and shortlisted for the prestigious Turner Prize in 1999.
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Serbian tennis star Ana Ivanovic was a former number one ranked player and after briefly falling from the heights of glory, Ivanovic is back on the competition trail to reclaim her spot at the top.
Born in Belgrade in 1987, Ivanovic took to tennis from a young age and began training and competing in various tournaments.
Known as an agressive and powerful player, Ivanovic first reached the finals of the junior Wimbledon tournament in 2004. That year marked the start of her international career.
Ivanovic quickly climbed the tennis rankings and on August 18, 2008, Ivanovic claimed the number one spot on the world tennis ladder.
Since then, Ivanovic has fallen from her earlier heights, but this year she's ready for a comeback.
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Responsible for some of the most memorable songs of the 1990's, American rock band the Goo Goo Dolls are still bashing out the big hits and are now out with a new album called "Something for the rest of us."
Formed in Buffalo, New York in 1986, the band is made up of vocalist John Rzeznik, bass guitarist Robby Takac and drummer Mike Malinin.
The trio are responsible for such songs as the 1998 hit "Iris" which was included in the Nicolas Cage movie "City of Angels."
Over the course of nearly a quarter of a century, the band have racked up more than 14 top ten singles and have sold more than 10 million albums globally.
The band is now out with their newest album and hope to repeat some of that success.