See What Your Favorite 80s Stars Are Up To Today


During the 80s, everything was big. During such a decade of excess, stardom seemed more natural than ever. It made sense to look up to stars of stage and screen that seemed downright unapproachable as if they weren’t even human beings like the rest of us. As such, it’s only natural to be curious about what has happened to the greatest stars of the 1980s. Are the stars from such a colorful decade still as legendary as they once seemed? What have the best actors, actresses, musicians, and media personalities been up to in the decades since? Read on to fiƒlind out.

Katharine Ross Then

Katharine Ross, actress and wife of Sam Elliot, has starred in some of the most popular films of the time. These include “The Graduate” where she played Elaine Robinson, “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” where she played Etta Place and, “The Stepford Wives” where she played Joanna Eberhart.

Katharine Ross Now

Nowadays, Katherine Ross still appears on our screens. In 2015, she appeared in the series, “A Conversation With” and in “Love Letters,” along with her husband Sam Elliott. She continued to appear with him on screen in 2017 where she played Elliot’s ex-wife in the film “The Hero.”

Kathleen Turner Then

As a soap opera actress in The Doctors, an off-Broadway theater star, and of course, an 80s icon on the silver screen, Kathleen Turner sparkled wherever she went. She even won a Golden Globe for her performance in Prizzi’s Honor, which is proof of her impressive talent level.

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Kathleen Turner Now

As the 80s neared their end, Turner was just picking up steam, earning an Oscar nomination for Peggy Sue Got Married. Then, she took the improbable role of Chandler Bing’s cross-dressing dad on Friends She got divorced from Jay Weiss in 2007 and also has a pair of Tony Award nominations under her belt.

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Dianne Wiest Then

Dianne Wiest has long been considered one of the more talented actresses in Hollywood. She won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1986 for Hannah and Her Sisters and was frequently featured in Woody Allen films during the 1980s. She also earned an Academy Award nomination for her role in Parenthood.

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Dianne Wiest Now

In the 1990s, Dianne Wiest continued to be a hot commodity in Hollywood, earning a big role in Edward Scissorhands and starring with Robin Williams in The Birdcage. She has repeatedly appeared on Law & Order. Today, Wiest lives in New York City with her adopted daughters.

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Kirstie Alley Then

Kirstie Alley is best known as the bombshell brunette that frustrated all the guys on Cheers. She got her breakthrough role in 1982’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. She was recognized for her role in Cheers with a Golden Globe and Emmy Award win.

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Kirstie Alley Now

In the 90s, Kirstie focused more on films, including Drop Dead Gorgeous and Shoot to Kill. She then moved on to reality TV in the new millennium. More recently, she appeared on Scream Queens as a regular cast member. She’s now a grandmother, as well!

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Lisa Marie Presley Then

It was around 1980 that the young Lisa Marie Presley became the full shareholder of Graceland, her deceased father’s mansion. This officially put her on the map. She made further headlines in the 1990’s by oddly marrying Michael Jackson. Shortly after the marriage took off it failed. Amidst her suffer marriage she released her first song, a tune called Don’t Cry Daddy. It was a duet with her father.

Lisa Marie Presley Now

After her divorce from Jackson and the success of her hit single, Lisa decided to follow in her father’s footsteps and go full time into music. Her first album, To Whom It May Concern was released in 2003 to quite the reaction. She released two albums following her debut. She has caused controversy recently due to her association with The Church of Scientology.



Danica McKellar Then

Already at the age of seven, McKellar started acting classes in LA. Later on, in her teens, she played Gwendolyn “Winnie” Cooper on the TV comedy-drama “The Wonder Years.” The show ran for a total of six seasons and landed a spot on the Nielsen Top 30 list. TV Guide described it as one of the best shows of the ’80s.

Danica McKellar Now

Currently, McKellar acts as the voice of Miss Martian on the animated show “Young Justice.” In 2015, she played several roles on the Netflix original series, “Project Mc².” Besides acting, McKellar is also skilled in mathematics and even has a degree in the field. She has written five books about math, including “Math Doesn’t Suck” and “Kiss My Math.”

Geena Davis Then

Although she’s known for her acting ability, Geena Davis actually started out as a model. She did have a bachelor’s degree in drama from Boston University, which helped her land a role in Tootsie in 1982. Her biggest role early in her career was certainly in Thelma & Louise.

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Geena Davis Now

Since the 1980s, Geena went on to star in films such as A League Of Their Own and eventually, win a Golden Globe for Commander in Chief. These days, Geena focuses more on her family as a mother of three children and a wife to plastic surgeon Reza Jarrahy.

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Kelly McGillis Then

You’ll certainly remember Kelly McGillis from her role as Charlie Blackwood in Top Gun, where she was quite a match for Tom Cruise. She was a Julliard University graduate and studied drama at the prestigious college. After Top Gun, she starred opposite Harrison Ford in Witness, earning a Golden Globe nomination.

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Kelly McGillis Now

Following her peak years as an actress, Kelly began a singing career that didn’t see her conquering the world, but helped her build a loyal fan base. She joined the cast of The L Word in 2005 in a move that foreshadowed her decision to come out as a lesbian in 2009. She and her partner of 11 years, Melanie, broke up in 2011.

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Christina Applegate Then

The shortlist of biggest female 1980s heartthrobs has to include Christina Applegate, who wooed boys all over the nation as Kelly Bundy in Married…With Children. She also took a number of big screen roles early on in her career, including a starring role as Hollywood icon Grace Kelly.

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Christina Applegate Now

In the 1990s and beyond, Christina kept the momentum going and continued to act. She took part in various films including Anchorman and most recently, the Bad Moms film series. She has battled breast cancer in the past and underwent a double mastectomy in 2008.

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Linda Ronstadt Then

Linda Ronstadt first rose to fame in the 1970s, and her star continued to shine well into the 80s, as she was blossoming from a country sensation to an all-around pop and rock star. Linda even was able to make a cameo role in The Simpsons, which is a real feather in the cap of any late 80s star.

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Linda Ronstadt Now

In total, Linda was able to mount 31 gold and platinum records on the wall. She was critically acclaimed to the tune of 10 Grammy Award wins, also. Unfortunately, she has been unable to perform since her 2013 diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. She recently released the biography, “Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir.”

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Goldie Hawn Then

The bubbly comedic actress Goldie Hawn was not afraid to show off her lively and outgoing personality, which helped her become one of the leading ladies of the 80s. She also dominated the tabloids and celebrity magazines as she began her long-standing relationship with Kurt Russell early in her career.

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Goldie Hawn Now

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have been together since 1983, and they have two children, including actress Kate Hudson. She recently made her first on-screen appearance in 15 years in Snatched, which also features comedian Amy Schumer, who was certainly influenced by Goldie while growing up.

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Pam Grier Then

As the belle of the 1970s blaxploitation films, Pam Grier went into the 1980s with all kinds of momentum. Throughout the decade, she starred in films while also making appearances in hit shows such as The Love Boat, Night Court, Miami Vice, and The Cosby Show.

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Pam Grier Now

Pam enjoyed a bit of a career resurgence with her role in the 1997 film Jackie Brown. More recently, she was in the hit series The L Word and played Amanda Waller in Smallville. She continues to act and is in the forthcoming film Old School Gangstas.

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Linda Gray Then

Everyone knew Mrs. Robinson from The Graduate, but you may not know that Linda Gray was the body double for the character! She first stepped into the limelight for real, however, as Sue Ellen in Dallas, which was one of the biggest shows of the 80s, or any other decade.

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Linda Gray Now

Years later, Gray would reprise her role in the Dallas remake. She also has appeared in quite a few movies, including Hidden Moon, Expecting Mary, and of course, The Entertainers. Her TV roles include her appearances on Hollyoaks in 2016.

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Kim Basinger Then

There was likely no bigger sex symbol in cinema during the 1980s than Kim Basinger herself. From her role in 9 1/2 Weeks to her sultry performance in the superhero hit Batman at the end of the decade, Kim was the focal point of many young men throughout the 80s.

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Kim Basinger Now

Since the 1980s, Kim has moved on to take roles that allow her to really flex her acting chops, including L.A. Confidential, for which she earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She most recently appeared in Fifty Shades Darker, an adaptation of the bestselling novel of the same name.

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Barbra Streisand Then

Better known to her fans as “Babs,” Barbra Streisand was a star long before the 1980s began, as her music career started in the 1960s. By the 1980s, she had largely transitioned back from acting to music again, though she would make regular appearances on TV shows and specials.

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Barbra Streisand Now

Barbra has done it all through her career, from duets with contemporary stars like Celine Dion to sold-out shows and raunchy comedies like Little Fockers. Most recently, she made an appearance on Modern Family and is rumored to be a part of the upcoming TV series The Politician.

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Ann-Margret Then

Ann-Margret Olsson, better known as simply Ann-Margret, first became a star through a plethora of TV and movie roles in the late 1960s and 70s. In the 80s, she continued to take high-profile roles in the TV movie version of A Streetcar Named Desire, for which she won a Golden Globe. She also won a Golden Globe for her performance in 1983’s Who Will Love My Children?

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Ann-Margret Now

Ann-Margret has never really stepped away from the limelight for long, with her career really coming back as she was featured as Ariel in Grumpy Old Men and its sequel. More recently, she appeared in episodes of CSI and Ray Donovan. She’s playing Barbara in the upcoming film Papa.

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Susan Anton Then

Bombshell Susan Anton entered the 80s on a hot streak after her performance int he film Goldengirl. She appeared on the TV show The Love Boat as well as the series Murder, She Wrote and the film Cannonball Run II. She also appeared on Quantum Leap.

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Susan Anton Now

Anton’s career took a nice bump when she landed the role of Jackie Quinn on Baywatch. Since then, she has only sparingly acted in films and TV shows, choosing to appear in theater productions and focus on her family, instead. She also enjoys playing golf in her spare time.

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Catherine Bell Then

Catherine Bell was attending UCLA when she was noticed by a modeling agency. She was quickly recruited for gigs in Japan, which she accepted. She dropped out of school her sophomore to pursue the opportunity. Upon returning to the U.S., she decided to try out acting. Her first gig was in 1990 when she landed a role with one line in the series “Sugar and Spice.” Of course, her resume quickly grew and she eventually landed her most prominent role of Sarah MacKenzie in “JAG.”

Catherine Bell Now

Catherine Bell worked on “JAG” from 1996-2005. Ever since her career has consisted of a long list of recurring characters on TV series. After “JAG,” she soon began portraying Denise Sherwood on “Army Wives,” which was subsequently followed by Cassie Nightingale on “Good Witch.” In 2017, she also appeared in several films such as “High-Rise Rescue” and “Christmas in the Air.”

Raquel Welch Then

Since appearing in a fur bikini in “One Million Years BC” in 1996, Raquel Welch has been known as a Hollywood bombshell. Since that film, producers have been constantly knocking at her door. Through the 70s and 80s, she appeared in films such as “The Last of Shelia,” “The Three Musketeers,” and “Trouble in Paradise.”

Raquel Welch Now

Raquel Welch’s reputation as a Hollywood hottie has yet to change since the 1980s and her career reflects this, as it has yet to waver. Since the 1980s, she has appeared in popular productions such as “Legally Blonde,” “House of Versace,” and “Spin City.” Her most recent role was in the 2017 comedy, “How to be a Latin Lover.”

Cheryl Ladd Then

Throughout the 1970s Cheryl Ladd made guest appearances in several sitcoms such as “The Partridge Family” and “Happy Days.” However, he big break came at the end of the decade when she landed the role of Kris Munroe in “Charlie’s Angels.” She played kris until 1981. Her career continued throughout the 80s with roles in films such as “Purple Hearts” and “Millenium.”

Cheryl Ladd Now

Although she has never landed another role as prominent as Kris Munroe, Cheryl Ladd has remained a beauty and acting icon. She continues to appear on both film and TV series. Productions on which she has recently worked include “Ballers,” “American Crime Story,” and “Unforgettable.”

Kate Jackson Then

Kate Jackson is best known for portraying Sabrin Duncan in “Charlie’s Angels,” from 1976-1979. Jackson continued her TV career in the 80s with roles in series “Scarecrow and Mrs. King” and “Baby Boom.” Unfortunately. Jackson also battled breast cancer in the late 1980s. From this point and until today, she remains as an active ambassador for breast cancer awareness.

Kate Jackson Now

Unfortunately, Kate Jackson has not landed any big roles since the 1980s. However, she remained active in Hollywood with roles in various TV series and TV movies. However, her last role was in 2007 on an episode of “Criminal Minds.” In 2010, it was announced that Jackson would write a memoir in conjunction with Gallery Books. However, the released date has been pushed back twice, which the new release date set for December 30, 2020.

Jaclyn Smith Then

Jacklyn Smith played Kelly Garrett on “Charlie’s Angels.” She was the only original female lead that stayed in the series throughout its whole run. Smith continued the decade finding most of her work on TV, in both series and TV movies. She finished the decade playing the title role of the short-lived sitcom “Christine Cromwell.”

Jaclyn Smith Now

Jaclyn Smith has continued to be a staple on TV. She has landed roles on series such as “Becker” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” Not to mention, she has played roles in countless TV movies. Her most recent role was in the 2015 TV movie “Bridal Wave.” Smith is also an entrepreneur and designed her own apparel and wig lines.

Ali MacGraw Then

In 1960, Ali MacGraw began working as a photographic assistant at Harper’s Bazaar magazine. It was during this job that several people in the industry noticed her beauty and asked her to move in front of the camera. After working as a model for a few years, she made the jump into acting. By the end of the 60’s, she earned her first Golden Globe award. Other than her modeling and acting, MacGraw is best known for marrying actor Steve McQueen. During her marriage to McQueen, she gave up her career.

Ali MacGraw Now

After her divorce from McQueen, MacGraw got back into acting. In the 80s and 90s, she added a few more roles to her resume including recurring roles on “The Winds of War” and “Dynasty.” She also discovered Yoga and helped create a yoga instructional video. Vanity Fair has credited the film with popularizing yoga in recent years. Although she hasn’t had an on-screen role since 1997, she continues to act on the stage.

Barbi Benton Then

In the 1980s, Barbi Benton was a model, actress, and singer. At the time, she was known for being Hugh Hefner’s girlfriend. You may also recognize her from the comedy series “Hee Haw.” The show, first aired in 1969, combined country music and humor. Benton also released eight albums and achieved some success in that field as well; her record “Brass Buckles” made it to the top five on Billboard’s hit songs list.

Barbi Benton Now

In the mid 80’s already, she retired from show business and focused on raising her children. Nowadays, 68-year old Benton works as an interior designer. She spends her time in Aspen with her husband George Gradow. Her kids, Alexander and Ariana, live in California and are already starting families as well.

Elin Nordegren Then

Elin Nordegren is well known as the ex-wife of professional golfer Tiger Woods. In the early 2000s, Nordegren was the nanny of Swedish golfer, Jesper Parnevik. During the Open Championship of 2001, Nordegren and Woods met and later got married. Nordegren started modeling when she was 20 years old. She was discovered by a well-known photographer named Bingo Rimer and then appeared on the cover of the Swedish magazine “Cafe Sport” wearing a bikini. However, modeling was not her true passion.

Elin Nordegren Now

In 2009, her marriage with Tiger Woods received much media attention as Woods admitted to infidelity. The story shocked America and the two got divorced. Nordegren decided to focus on her career. She learned that modeling was not her true passion and decided to attend university in the hopes of becoming a child psychologist. In 2014, she graduated from Rolling College with a psychology degree and received an Outstanding Senior Award.

Beth Chapman Then

Beth Chapman is the wife of Duane “Dog” Chapman. The two are known for their reality TV series “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” In the show, “Dog” and his family are shown chasing down fugitives in the Hawaiian Islands. “Dog” claims to have caught over 6,000 fugitives during his 20-year career.

Beth Chapman Now

Recently, Beth was diagnosed with stage two throat cancer. In one interview on “PEOPLE” magazine, she talked about the illness, “I had to keep moving, every day, moving forward. That’s all you can do when you get a diagnosis like this. So I take it each day at a time. And I’ll fight it with all that I have.” Fortunately, during a recent episode on “Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives,” Dog received a phone call: a pathology report stating that Beth no longer shows signs of cancer. Great news!

Barbara Mandrell Then

Barbara Mandrell is both a country music singer and actress. In the 1970s and 1980s, she had a series of top ten hits including Sleeping Single in a Double BedIf Loving You Is Wrong, and Years. In 1980 she also had her TV show Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters. However, she suffered from vocal strain and ended up canceling the show in 1982.

Barbara Mandrell Now

During the peak of her popularity, Mandrell was involved in a serious car crash. She just barely survived. After the crash, she told interviewers the accident made her rethink her life. Later she decided to leave the country music business for good. She sold all her instruments and decided to live a simpler life, enjoying her time with family and friends. In 2009 she was included in the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2008, she was included in the list of “100 Most Beautiful At Any Age” by People magazine.


Cote de Pablo Then

Cote de Pablo is both an actress and a singer. Already when she was ten years old she moved to the USA and began studying acting. When she was only 15, she co-hosted the talk show “Control” with Carlos Ponce. Later on, she attended Carnegie Mellon University where she studied music and theatre.

Cote de Pablo Now

Cote de Pablo was cast for the TV show NCIS. In 2011, she won an ALMA award for her role on the show as Ziva David. However, in 2013 she decided to leave the show after eight years and fans were disappointed. She spoke on “” about her decision, “they were going to send her back to Israel and make her a sad, miserable woman. I said ‘What do I leave all the women that are watching and following the show?’ And I didn’t think it was fair. So I said, ‘Unless someone can really write something fantastic, I won’t go back.”

Mia Sara Then

Mia Sara was one of the most talked about woman of the 1980s. She first made a name for herself in the 1985 dark fantasy film Legend where she played princess Lilly. The film, directed by Ridley Scott, was nominated for several awards especially for its unique make-up and costume design. Later, Mia Sara continued to gain popularity as an actress with her role as Sloane Peterson in the well-known comedy film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Mia Sara Now

After appearing in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Sara spent the next few years acting in various roles including the thriller film A Stranger Among Us, the television series Time Trax, and the action film Timecop. However, she then decided to focus on a different path: writing. Today she is both a writer and poet. She is also married nowadays to Brian Henson-the oldest son of the Muppets creator Jim Henson. The two have one daughter together.

Linda Kozlowski Then

Kozlowski started out by acting on Broadway. In 1984 she played Miss Forsythe on Death of Salesman and a year later played the same role in the film version. However, her big break came a year later when she was cast as Sue Charlton in the film Crocodile Dundee. In the film, she was the lead star along with Paul Hogan. Their on-screen chemistry ended up turning into a relationship in real life.

Linda Kozlowski Now

Linda and Paul ended up marrying and having a son together. They then returned on screen to complete the third Crocodile Dundee film. However, it was less successful. Thirteen years later, Linda and Paul divorced. Kozlowski left acting after publicly stating that “These straight-to-video, schlocky films I was getting were giving me an ulcer, basically because I was the only one on the set that cared about anything… Between that and my biological clock, I decided to give it all away.” Today she lives a calmer lifestyle on California’s Venice Beach.

Linda Lusardi Then

Linda Lusardi was born in Wood Green, London and grew up in Palmers Green. She started out her career as a model back in 1976 when she was 18 years old. At the time, she appeared in The Sun’s page three and later on was even voted as the best page three girl of all times. During the 80s, she married Terry Bailey and the two were often featured on the magazine Sunday. However, the two ended up getting divorced.

Linda Lusardi Now

Besides modeling, Lusardi also went on to act. She appeared in various shows including The Bill, Emmerdale, and Brookside and several movies such as Oh Minnie and Consuming Passions. You may have also seen her on the show Celebrity Masterchef where she managed to reach the final five.

Loni Anderson Then

Loni Anderson became a big star when she was cast on the hit series WKRP In Cincinati. Her success continued in shows like Partners In Crime and Easy Street and her relationship with Burt Reynolds made her a household name.

Loni Anderson Now

Loni’s career petered out in the 90s. She continued to appear as a guest star in many shows, like Melrose Place and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, but she was no longer considered much of a star. She became a spokesperson against COPD, a lung disease that afflicted many in her family.

Lisa Bonet Then

Lisa Bonet stole America’s heart when she made her screen debut in The Cosby Show. She portrayed Cosby’s second born Denise and was instantly a fan favorite amongst the other children. She then went on to star in the first season of A Different World. After that, she returned to her role on The Cosby Show and remained a huge part of it until the show ended in 1991.

Lisa Bonet Now

Her career never reached the height that it did throughout the 1980’s and early 1990’s. Once The Cosby Show wrapped up, Bonet tried making it in the movies and did garner a few memorable roles in Enemy Of The State and High Fidelity. She also kept herself alive on television by guest starring in multiple TV shows.

Michelle Pfeiffer Then

Michelle Pfeiffer first stepped onto the scene in the late 1970’s She made some TV appearances on shows like Fantasy Island and CHiPs. It was in the 1980’s when her career really started to bloom. She immediately skyrocketed to the top by starring in films like Scarface and Grease 2. She managed to be one of the biggest stars in film all the way until the 2000’s.

Michelle Pfeiffer Now

Long behind are the days when Pfeiffer was blowing our minds by portraying Catwoman in Batman Returns. This doesn’t stop her from keeping her career thriving, She recently had a key role in the film Ant-Man And The Wasp. She has already a secured a role in the next big Avengers film. Recent years have proven that Michelle still has a lot to offer the bustling world of Hollywood.

Paris Hilton Then

Paris Hilton first rose to fame at the age of 19. The socialite was a wild fixture at Hollywood parties and rose to fame via her outrageous behavior. She was soon a big hit in tabloids who wrote a ton of articles about her. Once she became a big name, she got her own reality show in 2003 called The Simple Life. It starred her and Nicole Richie, the daughter of pop artist Lionel Richie.

Paris Hilton Now

Today, unless you go out of your way to find information about Paris Hilton, you probably won’t hear much about her. That said, she is still keeping busy in life. You’ll find that she is opening a lot of lines having to do with fashion and skincare. She is currently 37-years-old and has claimed down significantly since 2006. We’ll definitely never forget the kind of madness she stirred way back in the 2000’s.

Susan Boyle Then

Susan Boyle was already nearly fifty when she came into our lives. Her early life was plagued with bullying and lowly feelings. She was misdiagnosed with Asperger’s as a child and believed she had the illness. That said, she was actually quite normal and had a wonderful singing voice. She would record demos and send them all over the place with very little luck. She would also win a lot of local singing competitions.

Susan Boyle Now

In 2008, the world met Susan Boyle when she showed up on Britain’s Got Talent. While she isn’t a major pop artist, the appearance led to a record deal and eventually some amazing tours. The last ten years have been the best in Susan Boyle’s life. She worked hard with nearly all the odds against her and she became something.

Donatella Versace Then

Donatella Versace was born in 1950s Italy. It was during this time when Italian culture was raising itself out of the wreckage it was left in after the second world war. Italy was everything. It was trendy to listen to some Italian music, eat Italian food and even wear some Italian fashion. By the time the 1970s rolled around Donatella was a monster in the world of fashion design and was changing the way people looked at clothing.

Donatella Versace Now

Donatella delved into the world perfumes in the 1980s and even had one made in her honor by her brother. It was called blonde. She has continued being a giant in the world of fashion design. In 2018 she won the Designer of the Year at the 2018 GQ Men of the Year Awards in both China and the UK. Most would expect someone at the age 63 to be falling off, but it looks like Donatella is going nowhere.