And like SOG, thankfully I don't recognize the girl.
Consider yourself a very lucky man, blackthorn.
The woman with the booze is "Snookie". (Her real name is Nicole Elizabeth "Snooki" Polizzi.) She's the star of the "Reality T.V." shows called "Jersey Shore". To say that the show is quite "sleazy", is a BIG understatement. All you see is people getting emotional or "emo" in the show. There is no acting or story involved, just a lot of random hissy fits being thrown, which boyfriend/girlfriend gets cheated, and who gets to be the most self centered person for the week.
(If someone ever ties me up in a chair and forces me to watch "Jersey Shore", I can gurantee you that within less than 5 minutes, I will start yelling my rank & serial number, and citing the Geneva Convention for humane treatment for Prisoners of War.)
The show is really is THAT bad.
And no, "Snooki" can't dance, can't sing, and can't act, but the amount that she charges for a single appearance would cost several times more than paying the late Carl Sagan or Stephen Hawkins for a single appearance at a show or an event.
"Snooki" was once paid $32,000 to speak at Rutgers University. During her speech to the students, she would ramble on about what it's like to be celebrity, and her most profound "advice" to the students was, "Study hard, but party harder".
And the sad part is that it's likely that she probably made more money than Albert Einstein, Madam Curie, Sigmund Freud, Charles Darwin, Nikola Tesla made in their lifetimes.
And oh yeah..she was also arrested at one time in July 2010 for "disturbing the peace", "disorderly conduct", and "criminal annoyance of others" on Seaside Heights, New Jersey. She was fined $500 & was told to serve a certain amount of community service. In May 2011, she collided into a parked Italian police car in a Florence, Italy, and 2 Italian police officers sustained minor injuries.
The saddest part is that "Snookie" has become the role model for many teens today, and many of them want to become like her. Great men and women like Albert Einstein and Madam Curie are often seen as too "lame" as role model by these teenagers.
But to answer the question...
From first top to bottom:
Marie Skłodowska-Curie or "Madam Curie"
Nikola Tesla (Serbian American inventor)
2nd top of bottom:
Fourth top to bottom:
(I'm still trying to figure out the 3rd top to bottom.)