These lucky celebrities will be seeing double fireworks, celebrating both their birthdays and Independence Day.
Independence Day also marks the birthday of our beloved Posty! The singer-rapper -- whose music runs the gamut of influences from country to grunge to rock to R&B -- is a six-time GRAMMY nominee who will be turning 25 on July 4.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
The Jersey Shore star will get to fist pump his way to 37 when he rings in his birthday on Independence Day. After completed a prison sentence for a felony conviction for tax evasion, Sorrentino was back on reality TV for Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.
No longer in the White House, the oldest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama will turn 21 this Fourth of July.
Born Rebecca Sara Newton, the actress is known for her roles on Ugly Betty and Love Bites. She wed fellow actor Chris Diamantopoulos in 2005, and the pair have two children together.
The Brooklyn-born TV personality, who hosted his talk show, Geraldo, from 1987 to 1998, and father of six with turn 76 in 2020.
The Brooklyn-born rapper rose to prominence in the group the Hoodstars, but he also has a successful solo career. He is also a cast member on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. He and wife Erica Mena have one child together.
Born Esther Pauline "Eppie" Lederer, Ann Landers was actually the author's pen name. Born in Iowa in 1947, she was an advice columnist who started the "Ask Ann Landers" column for 47 years, beginning in 1955. She died in Chicago in 2002.
The beloved singer-songwriter died at the age of 81 in March 2020. Withers was known for hits like "Ain't No Sunshine," "Lean on Me" and "Just the Two of Us."
Credited for building the Yankees into the powerhouse we know today, though Steinbrenner is no longer with us, he will go down in baseball history forever.
The German actor will turn 29 in 2020. He is most famously known for his role alongside Kate Winslet in The Reader and in Steven Spielberg's project, War Horse.
The American playwright, who died in 2018, wrote more than 60 plays and screenplays during his career. The Oscar nominated writer also provided his name to the prestigious Broadway theater, the Neil Simon Theatre.