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5 Celebs who went from ugly to HOT

5 Celebs who went from ugly to HOT

George Clooney

George Clooney is part of many women dreams around the world since he showed up at the RV Series ER. During years, he was the most desirable bachelor in Hollywood and the actor is still very charming now that he is 56-year-old. In fact, he is the most attractive man in the world, according to science. In 2016 they analyzed several faces using the Greek golden ratio. And who are we to disagree with science?

t is hard to picture George Clooney defined as someone not handsome and stylish, but let’s be honest. He probably wasn’t the most popular boy in high school with those big glasses and reddish hair and bowl cut. Who could tell who this kid would become when he grew up?

January Jones


January Jones has a classic beauty and flawless looks. When she first appeared in the TV series Mad Men, she was compared with no less than Grace Kelly. The actress is also the face of Kérastase. So she never had problems with her looks, right? Not really. January often posts pictures of her childhood when she had a mullet haircut.

The actress is not ashamed of it at all ( and why she should be?): "I don’t think that young girls should be worried about that s*** [how they look]. I was just taking risks, like I wanted a cool haircut, it was the ’80s, we were doing all kinds of funny stuff, and I had a bowl cut for my school pictures”, told January in an interview to Cosmopolitan.

"I wasn’t aware of my own beauty or lack thereof until I was in high school, and it made me extremely insecure when I became self-aware," added. "So it was such a treasure to have that childhood where I wasn’t worried about how I looked. I think that so many girls are more aware now because of the digital age, and I wish that experience — that lack of self-awareness when it comes to looks — for them."’

Russell Brand

Before Russell Brand arrives in Hollywood, become a household name and dating stars like Kate Moss and Katy Perry, the actor had a completely different life. He was a chubby child growing up in London and the actor defines his childhood as “utterly lonely”. When he was 11-year-old he suffered from bulimia and the problem returned years later.

’I didn’t master the bulimia, obviously.’ Seriously, does he feel sorry for the child he was? ’I’ve realized that I do,’ he says. ’Of course, I’ve been through lots of therapy. But I do feel a sense of "you poor little sod". I loved my mum madly, but I had a lot of prohibiting, inhibiting things around. My feeling about my childhood was that it was lonely and difficult.’

Kate Moss

We all know Kate Moss is one of the most iconic names in fashion. The model was more than 30 times on the cover of Vogue Magazine and the career of the 43-year-old model is still doing very well.

If you went to school with this somehow awkward girl, with a toothy smile and funny hair ( this one you can blame on the 80s, not her fault), it was hard to imagine she would become a supermodel one day. In fact, this yearbook picture was on the cover of the first edition of L’officiel Spain featuring “Kate the Great”. And, of course, the image got a lot of attention!

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner did have a geek look during high school. And the funny thing is that she does look like the girl who played her younger version on “13 going on 30”. And she did look like a sweet girl, right?

“I was a real nerd,” the actress told The Mirror. “I wasn’t the popular one, I was one of those girls on the edge of the group. I never wore the right clothes and I had a kind of natural geekiness. I was in the school band and I think that has a bit of a stigma at the age of 13. If you’d asked me what I wanted to be, I would have said something like a librarian.”

As we know, she not only didn’t become a librarian, but is one of the most beloved actress in Hollywood and was married to one of the hottest guys on showbusiness.

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