Answer: Ryan Gosling
More information: Considering the success he has achieved as a leading male actor in Hollywood, it is unlikely the Ryan Gosling - who is reputed to be a better vocalist than even Justin Timberlake - regretted his decision not to join the Backstreet Boys.
More information: Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch released Save Me From Myself in 2007 which detailed his conversion to Christianity, overcoming drug addiction and leaving the music industry, though he later rejoined Korn in 2013.
Answer: Mariah Carey
More information: The American Idol spotlight was apparently too small for both Minaj and Mariah Carey, so the two had a popular tiff from 2012 to 2013 which more or less ended when they both left the show after only one season.
Answer: Christina Milian
More information: Although Christina Milian already had a notable job in entertainment being the host for a show on the Disney Channel, her first professional singing gig was being featured on Ja Rule's track "Between Me and You" from his 2000 album Rule 3:36.
Answer: The Eurythmics
More information: "Sweet Dreams", a song about the unfulfilled ambitions of men, was released by the British duo the Eurythmics in 1983.
Answer: Space Jam
More information: The soundtrack of Space Jam - a 1996 film featuring basketball star Michael Jordan and cartoon star Bugs Bunny - included Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly", perhaps the most-inspirational song to come out in the 1990's.
More information: In 2001, President Bush directed this unflattering comment to none other than Eminem whose brash, froward lyrics were at the time turning the American music industry on its head.
Answer: The Bee Gees
More information: Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb were all founding members of the Bee Gees, a band they formed in 1958.