Jesse Camp
American VJ
Jesse Camp
Jesse Camp was the winner of the first Wanna Be a VJ contest on MTV. He beat out Dave Holmes for a VJ job on the popular music video show Total Request Live (TRL), and also hosted the short-lived Lunch with Jesse, which was canceled in 2002.
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Pauly Shore, Daisy Fuentes And More MTV VJs Then & Now (PHOTOS)
The Huffington Post - over 4 years
When we recently came across this photo of Daisy Fuentes palling around with fellow '90s MTV VJ Pauly Shore, it got us thinking: What are all these former cable stars up to now? MTV VJs have taken many forms over the years. Since their introduction in the early 1980s, we would meet the likes of wholesome Martha Quinn, over-the-top Downtown Julie Brown and, in later years, brainy MTV News host Serena Altschul. And who could forget the bizarro phenomenon that was Jesse Camp? More...
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MTV Stars: Where are they now? - Beaumont Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
Jesse Camp: The lanky teen became the first winner of MTV's "Wanna Be a VJ" contest. Although he's definitely not one of the most famous MTV stars, there's something quite memorable about his weird yet sweet onscreen personality
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MTV at 30: Original Veejays, Where Are They Now? - ABC News
Google News - over 5 years
Jesse Camp famously (and inexplicably, given his inability to complete sentences) joined the club after winning MTV's first Wanna Be a VJ contest. Then there were the auxiliary veejays, the news reporters like Tabitha Soren and Kurt Loder who lent an
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Badgers baseball team - Chaffee County Times
Google News - over 5 years
In the middle row are Jared Reynolds, Noah Eglinton, Rosston Sherlock, Lily Mason, Scott Jordan and Brennan Pratt. In the front row are Andy Limoncelli, Jesse Camp, Cody Creek, Dean Mason, Cole Carroll and Danny Cordova
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Search Past 7 days Archives - Boston Herald (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Jesse Camp isn't looking for regional MMA domination with his new promotion Warrior Nation. Don't get him wrong, he feels like he can bring a solid show to the Western part of the state, but he unlike many others is willing to work together
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Watercooler: Teen Wolf Is Howlingly Fun - TV Guide
Google News - almost 6 years
Following the geekploits of high-school nobody Scott (Tyler Posey) after his full-moon brush with a big bad wolf, TW packs in a lot and pulls it off with a style not often equated with the network that gave us J-Woww and Jesse Camp
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One night at: Big Red's Irish Pub & Pong - DesMoinesRegister.com
Google News - almost 6 years
9:26 pm We spot a Jesse Camp (former MTV VJ) look-alike standing at the bar. His highlighted, shoulder-length hair is teased and hair sprayed into a wild, stringy mess atop his head. And though the sun has long set and we're all inside a garden-level
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France Loves Mel Gibson - Gawker
Google News - almost 6 years
... including one called The Fourth Estate from Gideon Yago. Awww, Gideon Yago! Remember him?? Poor Gideon. First the Brian McFayden news and now this. Not a good week for the MTV alums. Eh, somebody maybe wanna check on Jesse Camp? Just to be safe?
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Your Face Is A Mess, But That's Nothing A Little Drinky-Poo Can't Fix - Gothamist
Google News - almost 6 years
Girls defy gravity and cobblestone streets in their towering heels, Jesse Camp pees off of hotel rooftops, and just last week, Tommy Hilfiger built a twee, temporary cottage there. So it really comes as no surprise that fancy-pants nightclub
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Watch The Best Use Of 600 Balloons Since Up! - Gizmodo Australia
Google News - almost 6 years
It may be the best thing to happen at MTV since Jesse Camp crawled back into whatever mouldy hemp lair he came from: a video that tells a weird little tale about Slash and Ozzy Osbourne, by popping roughly 10
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PUBLIC LIVES; Dude's MTV Year Is Up, but Not His Fame
NYTimes - almost 18 years
SINCE last spring, many things have changed in the life of young Jesse Camp, former East Village street punk, hitchhiker and wannabe rock-and-roll god. He has a whole lot of money. He has a nice apartment, not far from where he used to beg for change on Avenue A. He has a huge recording contract as a singer, which promises to make him a real -- and
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THE POP LIFE; Feeling Lucky? It's MTV Time
NYTimes - almost 18 years
We like to believe that we are special, that inside us glows a beautiful, complex ember and if anyone took the time to find it they would understand just how unique we are and how much we have to offer. Yet at the same time we have our doubts about that ember and whether it really exists. So most human beings end up spending their lives seeking the
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From 'Sorta Nowhere' to MTV Pantheon
NYTimes - almost 19 years
After a grueling week of interviews, pop quizzes and a nationally televised popularity contest to pick MTV's newest on-air personality, the winner is: Jesse Camp, 18, from ''sorta nowhere and sorta everywhere.'' Dude. As the announcement was made live on MTV at 6 P.M. yesterday, Mr. Camp, a 6-foot-4 feather of a man with spidery bones and a mop of
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