Everyone wants to look good in their yearbook pic (pssst – here’s 8 ways for you to be a rock star for the camera).
Well, because when you become famous, US Weekly, People, InTouch, and Lovelyish will be flaunting your high school glam shots for all to see!
FYI: This is totally the reason why I’m not famous: there’s no need for anyone to see my awesome green flannel shirt and huge glasses I rocked during my most awkward stage of life.
Here are some other celebrity yearbook shots you might not have seen:
You rock those feathered bangs, Liz Lemon! Before she became one of my idols, Tina Fey walked the halls of Pennsylvania’s Upper Darby High School, where she played tennis, sang in the choir, and was predictably a member of the drama club. Athletic and musical, thick eyebrows should not have been a dealbreaker, guys!
Dating the smart one: excellent advice for boys everywhere.
I feel like Ryan Seacrest should be saying “O’Doyle rules” and is probably holding a football in his lap. But, kudos to Ry for shedding the baby fat, becoming a huge star, and picking up a gorgeous girlfriend. Saying classmates teased him for his glasses, braces, and hefty frame, looking good (and making bank) is the best revenge for the Dunwoody High School alum.
You may know her as mom to Cara, Mady, Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel, but back at Pennsylvania’s Mount Calvary Christian School, Kate Gosselin was just Katie Kreider. After high school, she became a nurse, which comes in handy when you have eight kids running around.
Before he was #WINNING at life, Carlos Estevez, better known to you and me as Charlie “Tiger Blood” Sheen, he was definitely winning in the looks department at Santa Monica High School. Seriously, Charlie Sheen was a hottie! Nice teeth, good eyebrow grooming, shirt and tie. My kind of man!
I think I see the makings of a mullet on Paul Rudd. SmartTech’s angriest employee wasn’t the only person to attend Shawnee Mission West High School in Kansas. Fellow funny-man Jason Sudeikis also was a SMWHS Viking.
When I first saw this picture, I had absolutely no idea who this was. But, before Jonathan Mortimer Smith (aka Lil Jon…YEAAAAAH!) got low, he rocked large glasses and the bow tie for his senior picture at Douglass High School in Atlanta. As time went on, he traded in the specs for gold grillz and dreads.
Would you be thrilled or mortified if any of your high school yearbook pictures hit the Internet?