During the years of their fame, most celebrities go through a so-called beauty-evolution. But many bright, unique stars leave behind their rebellious image and turn into elegant ladies and mothers.
We at Bright Side are convinced that the most prominent beauties of the 2000s look great in their new, refined looks, and we’ve collected 10 celebrities transformations that are worth admiring.
1. Amy Lee
An entire generation grew up listening to the music of American band Evanescence that featured the singer Amy Lee. In the previous decade, the charismatic singer was famous for her goth image, beautiful singing voice, and sentimental lyrics. Today, Amy is still in the band, is happily married, and is raising a son.
2. Britney Spears
Britney Spears is the youngest American singer to have 6 albums placed as number 1 on the Billboard 200. Her career has had its ups and downs and she’s sold millions of records —complete with scandalous articles about her in the media. Now in 2019, Britney is 38 years old and is really happy. She has 2 beautiful children and a young boyfriend.
3. Avril Lavigne
We all remember Avril Lavigne for her unforgettable songs like “Complicated”, “My Happy Ending”, and “Girlfriend”. All of them topped the charts all around the world. Journalists often called the singer the “princess of pop-punk” because she loved wearing stretched T-shirts, Converse, and bright makeup. People also considered her “anti-Britney” because her image was less commercial and more natural. Just look at how elegant she looks now!
The bright, bold, and inimitable pop singer Pink is 40 years old today and is a loving wife and mother. She’s done quite unusual things in her life. For example, after school, she would work at McDonald’s but was fired because she ate hamburgers non-stop. And once, in 2005 during a motocross race, Pink proposed to her boyfriend Carey Hart by holding up a sign that said, “Will you marry me?” The following year, they actually got married.
5. Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne had to overcome a lot: she battled addiction, lost weight very fast, and tried to build a music career. It was all to prove that she was more than just a daughter of a famous father, rock legend Ozzy Osbourne. She wanted to prove that she was a complete, self-sufficient person. Now, Kelly wears very different clothes and loves elegant looks that highlight her femininity.
Lindsay Lohan became popular back when she was a child when she starred in a TV series at the age of 10. Her amazing career stopped in 2007 when 2 car accidents and 3 visits to rehab made her lose several important roles. For years now, Lindsay has been running a club in Greece. In January 2019, MTV launched a project that featured one of Lindsay’s clubs called Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club.
The hit “Umbrella” that made Rihanna a star was originally composed for Britney Spears but her agents weren’t interested. After that, the song was offered to Mary J. Blige but 30-year-old Jay-Z snagged the track for Rihanna. It’s been more than 10 years since the song was released but the singer is still popular and making fans happy with new songs and concerts in cities all around the world.
Christina Aguilera is not only an American pop-singer famous for her outstanding singing skills, but she’s also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Rolling Stone named her one of the 100 greatest singers of all time — she was the youngest member on the list. At the moment, she still has a solo career and is raising her daughter and son.
9. Katy Perry
Katy Perry was born to a very religious family: her mom and dad were preachers and were extremely strict with their daughter. She left school at the age of 15 and 2 years later, she left home so that no one could stop her from making music. Katy never continued her education and still has trouble with spelling. In February of 2019, she got engaged to actor Orlando Bloom. The singer is enjoying her relationship and isn’t planning on having children at the moment.
10. Lily Allen
Singer Lily Allen was a real bad girl in her childhood: her behavior was terrible, she often got bad grades, and she was regularly expelled from school. In the end, the girl was sent to a boarding school. In one of her interviews, the singer admitted, “Many people benefit from getting an education but it was the other way around with me.” Lily has 2 children, continues to make music, and does a lot of charity work.
Which version of these ladies do you like more — rebellious or ladylike?