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Everyone has a hero. I have many.
Stanley Tucci: I love his creative mind and sense of style. Oh so much.
Susan B. Anthony: Every time you think your vote doesn't count, remember that someone fought for it.
Dara Torres: Had a baby at 38 and an Olympic medalist at the age of 41. Thanks for proving anything is possible.
Meryl Streep: I can only dream of being such a great and giving actress.
Jackie Kennedy: One of the strongest women of the time.
The Little Rock Nine: Your courage and strength is still remembered today.
Dolly Parton: What an incredible talent and in one of my favorite musicals. The team leader of girl power.
Nancy Kerrigan: Thanks for setting an example to people everywhere that even when someone tears you down, you can always get back up. No matter what.
Erin Brockovich: Need I say more?
Patti LuPone: I can only pray that one day my voice will be as strong as yours.
Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn: You two are the reason "The Philadelphia Story" is my favorite.
Soldiers: Thanks for fighting for my freedom. I'm forever grateful.
Suffragettes: Without you brave souls, life would be so different.
Anne Frank: Your spirit and drive for life makes me want to live to my fullest.
Amelia Earhart: For proving women are just as great as men.
Dick Van Dyke: Mary Poppins was the story of my childhood.
Mary Tyler Moore: Smart, beautiful, funny; Everything a girl should be.
Rosa Parks (With Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the background): Segregation was not an option.
Clara Barton: The founder of the American Red Cross
Kat Von D: I love her story.
Frank Sinatra: I've been singing your songs for 17 years now. Haven't gotten old yet.
Jesus Christ: Without you, life would be impossible.
Abraham Lincoln: For changing the world, one beautiful speech at a time.
Elizabeth Taylor: Phenomenal woman.