20 Famous Women Who Were In Sororities
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20 Famous Women Who Were In Sororities

20 Famous Women Who Were In Sororities

These famous women are actresses, singers, TV hosts, and designers that we all know and love. We know everything from their most famous movie roles to their number one hits; but what many people don't know is that every woman on this list was a member of a sorority during her college years. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Delta Delta Delta top the list, but check it out to see if your sorority has any famous alum! 

                              1.   Jennifer Garner, actress | Pi Beta Phi 

                              Denison University


                                    2. Sophia Bush, actress | Kappa Kappa Gamma

                                   University of Southern California   


                           3. Carrie Underwood, singerSigma Sigma Sigma

                               Northeastern State University 


                                     4. Jenna Dewan Tatum, actressPi Beta Phi

                                      University of Southern California   


                                       5. Joanna Garcia Swisher, actress | Delta Delta Delta 

                                 Florida State University


                                        6. Tory Burch, designerKappa Alpha Theta 

                                        University of Pennsylvania        


                               7. Elizabeth Banks, actressDelta Delta Delta

                                 University of Pennsylvania


                             8. Mariska Hargitay, actressKappa Kappa Gamma

                                     University of California, Los Angeles


                          9. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, actress Delta Gamma

                          Northwestern University


                 10. Kate Spade, designer Kappa Kappa Gamma

               Arizona State University


          11. Sheryl Crow, singerKappa Alpha Theta 

            University of Missouri  


           12. Kristin Chenoweth, singer/actressGamma Phi Beta

            Oklahoma City University  


13. Lo Bosworth, actress Kappa Kappa Gamma

University of California, Los Angeles  


14. Erin Andrews, TV hostZeta Tau Alpha 

University of Florida


15. Betsey Johnson, designerAlpha Xi Delta



16. Katie Couric, TV host | Delta Delta Delta 

University of Virginia 


17. Jamie Chung, actress Kappa Kappa Gamma

University of California, Riverside


18. Molly Sims, actress Delta Delta Delta



19. Heather Locklear, actressChi Omega

University of California, Los Angeles


20. Condolezza Rice, politician| Alpha Chi Omega 

University of Denver

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