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9 Celebrities That Have Their Own Idols Just Like Us

We all have our idols. Some people buy films and music made by their favorite celebrities, and others even wear the same clothes as they do. An there are also people who try to hide the fact that they have idols. All of this made us wonder if celebrities have their own idols that they look up to. After all, they’re real people, just like us. The only difference is that it’s easier for them to meet the people they’re fans of.

Bright Side decided to do an investigation. And believe it or not, some celebrities have opened up from an unusual angle. And at the end of the article, there’s something really interesting for you to see.

Jennifer Lawrence — the Kardashians

Who would’ve thought that Jennifer Lawrence loves watching Keeping Up with the Kardashians? She has said, many times, that she likes watching the show and that she supports the family.

Billie Eilish — Justin Bieber

As it turns out, Billie Eilish has been a fan of Justin Bieber since she was a child. Her mother said that the young Eilish cried when she heard the song, “As Long as You Love Me.” And the girl’s dream came true at the Coachella 2019 festival. Bieber noticed Eilish and hugged her. These two people, who happen to be idols to millions, became friends and even released a version of Eilish’s hit, “Bad Guy” together.

Anne Hathaway — Leonardo DiCaprio

Is there anyone that doesn’t like Leonardo DiCaprio? Even actress Anne Hathaway is a fan of his. Of course, many fans fell in love with DiCaprio after seeing him in Titanic. But the actress confessed to liking DiCaprio since his days on Growing Pains and revealed in one of her interviews that even she confused the show with the other hit sitcom, Who’s The Boss?

Miley Cyrus — Hilary Duff

In a conversation between Miley Cyrus and Hilary Duff, the star of Hannah Montana said that she was a huge fan of Hilary. Cyrus said that she went to her concerts when she was 11. She wore similar skirts and Uggs as Duff. And she sincerely hoped that Duff would notice her. She was obsessed with her T-shirt that had “Nashville” written in rhinestones on it.

Adele — Beyoncé

During the 2017 Grammy Awards, Adele said some very moving words that made Beyoncé cry. She said that she was very grateful and moved, that her life dream was to meet Beyoncé, and that her best album, in her opinion, was Lemonade. She said that the album was amazing and that Beyoncé’s soul was poured into it.

Taylor Swift — Justin Timberlake

It was never a secret that Taylor Swift has known all of Justin Timberlake’s song lyrics ever since she was a child. And finally, during The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she got to meet her idol. Since then, they’ve become friends.

Blake Lively — Emma Bunton

Blake Lively posted her childhood photo from the Spice Girls concert where she was dressed like Emma Bunton. The future actress convinced a 5-year-old girl near her that she was Bunton. Blake really wanted to be like her idol, pretending to be someone else since 1997. “Sorry not sorry that I tricked you into thinking I was Emma,” the actress said. Bunton has since seen the photo and even complimented it.

Emilia Clarke — Matt LeBlanc

When the star of Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke, and Joey from Friends were on The Graham Norton Show together, nobody expected Clarke to say that she was a big fan of the famous sitcom. Clarke even asked the actor to say his famous line, “How you doin’?”

Rita Ora — Madonna

According to Rita Ora, she was really scared before she got to meet her idol, the queen of pop music, Madonna. During a charity event, the eccentric Madonna even asked Ora to kneel on the floor next to her.

Bonus: Sophie Turner and Ryan Gosling

We don’t know if Sophie Turner is a fan of Ryan Gosling, but she wrote, “Sorry boys. I’m off the market,” under the emotional photo taken at the 2016 SAG Awards.

Were you surprised to learn that these stars have their own idols?

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