Most Beautiful Celebrities Pose With Younger Versions of Themselves

2006: Angelina Jolie

Right around award season time, People.com released a great set of photoshopped images that showed Oscar nominees posing with younger versions of themselves. While People is known as a weekly magazine made up of celebrity and human-interest stories, it makes worldwide headlines for its special yearly issues like “World’s Most Beautiful People”, “Best & Worst Dressed”, and “Sexiest Man Alive”.

To bring attention to the unveiling of its 2014 list of the “World’s Most Beautiful”, set for April 23, People bring us back in time showing us what some of the best looking celebrities looked like years or even decades before. Each year since 1990, People has shined a spotlight on a particular beauty, and though, during that particular year that celebrity seemed to win the world over with their stye and grace, when paired next to their younger selves, you can’t help but see what incredible transformations they’ve had to go through to win that coveted title.

Above: Angelina Jolie in 1980 and 2014
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1992: Jodie Foster

Jodie Foster in 2012 and 1977
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1993: Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford in 2013 and 1989
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1994: Meg Ryan

Meg Ryan in 2013 and 1986
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1995: Courteney Cox

Courteney Cox in 2013 and 1987
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1997: Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise in 2013 and 1983
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2001: Catherine Zeta-Jones

Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2013 and 1992
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2002: Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman in 2013 and 1988
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2003: Halle Berry

Halle Berry in 1989 and 2013
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2004: Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston in 2013 and 1990
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2007: Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore in 1984 and 2013
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2008: Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson in 2014 and 1989
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2009: Christina Applegate

Christina Applegate in 2013 and 1987
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2011: Jennifer Jopez

Jennifer Lopez in 2014 and 1990
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2012: Beyonc Knowles

Beyonc Knowles in 2013 and 1999
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2013: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow in 2014 and 1985
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via [People]



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