Our favourite celebrities are usually so glammed up in dramatic costumes and makeup that it’s hard to imagine what they looked like as dimple-cheeked kids. From their perspective, a home video surfacing on YouTube must be like when a proud parent pulls out an embarrassing photo of your first successful potty training lesson to scare your new date (wait, that doesn’t happen to everyone?).
Luckily, these videos aren’t that embarrassing. In fact, they’re pretty adorable.
Without the heavy liquid eyeliner, Kreayshawn is barely recognizable. She posted this video on YouTube a couple days ago with the comment: “I decided to put some old footage of me up so you guys can see a little of how I grew up and some things that inspired me to be who I am today. It is pretty damn hilarious. I have always been a free spirt and I hope this video inspires young girls too. You can do anything you wanna do.”
When I was seven years old I could play “Hot Cross Buns” on the piano but here’s Lady Gaga basically being a little piano prodigy. The video, which was shot in 1993, is short, sweet and foreshadows what was to come… well, except for her daring sense of fashion. Who knew this headband-wearing pianist would later wear a smelly meat dress on the red carpet?
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Selena Gomez is absolutely terrified of Justin Bieber fans after receiving so many death threats from the jealous mob of preteens! Perez Hilton reports that the Biebs has tried to soothe his girlfriend but she’s still worried for her safety.
Bieber, you’re king of twitter! A public tweet condemning fans that threaten other people’s lives would probably do the trick!
Selena’s newest single, “Who Says,” is supposedly in retaliation to all the ‘haters’ the Disney star has had the misfortune of recently acquiring.
Go Selena! Fight off those haters and ride on a white horse into the sunset with the Biebs by your side!
Selena Gomez is a philanthropic pop princess.
According to perezhilton.com, The Wizards of Waverly Place star recently returned from a trip to Ghana, where she was visiting the West African country as part of her duty as an ambassador for UNICEF. Gomez is the youngest-ever agent in the foundations history.
“I got to meet teens, I got to meet children, I got to meet families… It was completely life-changing and eye-opening,” said Gomez on her travels.