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11/19
Kaitlyn Farrington & Mandy Moore
Halfpipe snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington is heading to her first Olympics. She is the first woman to land a backside 1080 in competition. Mandy Moore first rose to prominence as a pop star in 1999 before carving out film roles in "The Princess Diaries," "A Walk to Remember" and more.
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12/19
Keri Herman & Carly Rae Jepson
The uber-energetic and always smiling Keri Herman is heading to her first Olympics to compete in the inaugural freestyle skiing slopestyle event. She's currently the third-ranked women's slopestyle skier in the world. Carly Rae Jepson has taken the music world by storm with her hit song, "Call Me Maybe," which has been viewed on YouTube more than 527 million times.
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13/19
Roberto Luongo & John Turturro
Roberto Luongo, the longtime Vancouver Canucks goalie, is looking for his second straight gold medal after backstopping Canada to the title in 2010. Native New Yorker John Turturro is most known for his Coen brother movie roles, "O Brother Where Art Thou?" and "Barton Fink."
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14/19
Lolo Jones & Rashida Jones
Two-time Summer Olympian Lolo Jones has joined the U.S. bobsled team in the hopes of winning her first medal. Rashida Jones, daughter of Quincy Jones, has become most known for her characters, Karen Filippelli and Ann Perkins, on "The Office" and "Parks & Recreation," respectively.
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15/19
Maddie Bowman & Catherine Reitman
Maddie Bowman, who's a gold medal favorite in ski halfpipe, has won back-to-back X Games titles. Catherine Reitman (daughter of director Ivan Reitman) has become known for her recurring role as Maureen Ponderosa on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," among others.
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