I'm doing some cleanup work per Wikipedia:Disambiguation, which says "Lists of articles of which the disambiguated term forms only a part of the article title don't belong here. Disambiguation pages are not search indices. Do not add links that merely contain part of the page title (where there is no significant risk of confusion)."
This disambiguation page lists many people that are likely not just known by their forenames, so I'd like to get rid of most of them on this page. Unfortunately, I don't know most of them, and some of them may in fact be known by just their forenames. If that's the case for a person listed below, please cut-paste them back onto the disambiguation page.
- Gisele Abramoff, vocalist of the Brazilian musical group Dalimas
- Giselle Blondet, Puerto Rican actress and show host
- Gisele Bündchen, Brazilian supermodel
- Giselle Fernández, an American television journalist
- Giselle Gonzales, Australian host of the Pinoy TV Music Lounge tv show
- Gisele Jackson, American house music diva
- Giselle Khoury, Lebanese talk show host and widow of Samir Kassir
- Giselle Laronde, won the 1986 Miss World representing Trinidad and Tobago
- Giselle Loren, sometimes credited as Giselle Achecar, a voice-over actress in video games and animated series
- Gisele MacKenzie, Canadian singer
- Gisele Miro, Brazilian tennis player
- Giselle Yum, Filipino pornographic star
The articles on What links here only mentions pornography, so I guess Giselle Yum is the only person likely at this moment to accidently be referred to on this disambiguation page, so I'm leaving her in. – sgeureka t•c 21:01, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
- I have cleaned up other disambiguation pages in the meantime where the differentiation for the names is not as clear or even not encouraged (e.g. Frost (disambiguation) and Camille). MoS:DAB#Examples of individual entries that should not be created allows the creation of pages à la Giselle (given name) or List of people named Giselle, so if someone sees the need for such a page, please do so and add the new page's name to the "See also" section here. – sgeureka t•c 16:45, 21 March 2007 (UTC)