Answer: Marin Cilic
More information: Roger Federer defeated Marin Cilic in the final match of the men's singles 2018 Australian Open tournament.
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More information: About 71% of the Earth's surface is covered by water.
Answer: Milli Vanilli
More information: The infamous Milli Vanilli won this award in 1990 for their outstanding debut album "Girl You Know It's True", though they later returned it after it was revealed they didn't actually perform any of the vocals.
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Answer: Sherlock Holmes
More information: "House" series' creator David Shore intentionally established a number of similarities between Gregory House and Sherlock Holmes, including the two of them having the same address albeit in different countries.
Answer: Howdy Doody
More information: Howdy Doody telecast on the NBC network in the United States from December 27, 1947, until September 24, 1960. It was a pioneer in children's television programming and set the pattern for many similar shows.
More information: Like many of the characters on "Seinfeld", the Soup Nazi was inspired by a real-life person, in this case a soup vendor from New York City.