She is possibly the best remembered as the first Pink Ranger and first Pink Ninja Ranger from the first entry of the franchise Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Kimberly is one of the original five Power Rangers chosen by Zordon when Rita Repulsa attacked Earth following her release from containment.
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Read More It all began with a party on Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx.
His dad doesn't trust him (with good reason), although both his parents seem ignorant about his activities. He is a bemused spectator, watching everyone else living wildly.
Nobody realizes that Mike is looking for a little action of his own, and the beast within is just waiting for the chance to appear.
Today, Athena Bass and Lorraine Lewis continue to show us why they are two of the most beautiful and creatively talented people on the planet.
He isn't comfortable around others, even if it's at a party.Just a heads up, if you were thinking this was going to be one of those posts that idolizes “blue-eyed soul singers” or says folks are out here trying to “sound black” (as if there’s one way to sound black), you’re mistaken.This is a list about a few individuals with voices that we accidentally assumed at one point and time belonged to black people.This past January, AXS-TV announced that is had acquired the rights to Season Three of the popular, L. Produced by Femme Fatale's Lorraine Lewis, the series [narrated by Shannon Tweed] follows the exploits of four of the 80’s most dynamically glamorous women: music video goddess and best-selling author, Bobbie Brown (ex-wife of late Warrant frontman, Jani Lane); Sharise Neil (ex-wife of Mötley Crüe star, Vince Neil); Athena Bass (ex-wife of Scorpions drummer, James Kottak and sister of Mötley Crüe drummer, Tommy Lee) and Susan ‘Blue’ Dixon (ex-wife of Warrant bassist, Jerry Dixon).Where “Ex-Wives of Rock” shines is in its ability to prove that not everything we’ve heard about the sex, drugs and rock and roll of the Sunset Strip was roses and rainbows.