As I grow old, I wonder sometimes how each of these megastars looked back then, whom I saw on screen and grew up watching, before they turned celebrities. In many cases, you will notice, that as kids and youngsters, there are many celebrities who would look beautiful and attractive, but later on, they turn to look ugly. On the other hand, as you will see some unbelievable photos of many celebrities looking ugly as kids, but turned out into a megastar looking beautiful and dashing.
Here are some unbelievable before and after photos of celebrities. Have a peek!
1. Leonardo DiCaprio
Though his journey has been long and it was always lauded by other movie celebrities. He is one of the megastars who’s career was quite diverse, starting with low budget horror films to a major teenage heartthrob during the 90’s and now an Oscar winner.
2. Zac Efron
His career started off on stage before he started appearing on television and then he saw fame after starring in the Disney Channel original film ‘High School Musical.’ Thereafter, this bright star co-starred alongside megastars like Robert De Niro in ‘Dirty Grandpa’ and The Rock in ‘Baywatch.’
3. Harry Styles
He was the youngest member of the band ‘One Direction,’ which became very popular as they made it to The X Factor final in 2004. Harry went on to release his solo album which became a huge hit worldwide and has also made his acting debut in the huge blockbuster movie “Dunkirk.”
4. Nicki Minaj
She tasted fame and success with tracks like “Super Bass,” “Starships,” and later “Anaconda”. Before this, she’s had a very difficult childhood, with a drug addict father and plenty of violence. After many years of struggle, today, she is the most successful female rap artists of this generation.
5. Lana Del Rey
Lana is well known for her studio album, ‘Ultraviolence,’ which won several awards for her brilliant performances. Before she could become a megastar, she would sing in the church choir as a child and learned to play guitar, started writing songs, and performed in nightclubs.